dr hab. Bogumiła Lisocka-Jaegermann

bjlisock@uw.edu.pl

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Room 112

Office hours: Thu 15:30 – 16:30 | Zoom

Bogumiła Lisocka-Jaegermann is a Latin Americanist, with a master degree in Iberian and Latin American studies and Ph.D in Earth sciences within the field of social geography. She received her post doctoral degree (habilitacja) at the Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies at the University of Warsaw. She was a Fullbright scholar at the University of Florida, Gainesville and took part in scholarship programs in Cuba, Great Britain, Germany and Mexico. Her research interests span the fields of geography and cultural studies. She has worked on changes taking place in Latin American rural areas (including migratory movements of rural population), being the author of a monograph “Culture in local development: cultural heritage in socio-economic strategies of Latin American rural communities” based on the results of research conducted in Ecuador, Peru, Argentina, Chile and Mexico. Currently she is working on Latin American Transformative Initiatives.

Role at the ASC

Development Dilemmas in Latin America and the Caribbean Research Group – Lead 

Achievements

Institute of Development Studies , Sussex University – visiting professor under the  Leverhulme  Visiting  Fellowship (1984)

Fulbright Visiting Scholar in the Center for Latin American Studies, University of Florida, (1991-92)

Visiting Scholar in the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Florida International University, Miami (1992)

Visiting Scholarships at Freie Universitat Berlin (1997) and Oxford University School of Geography (1998)

Publications

Lisocka-Jaegermann B., 2021 Do SDGs have a transformative power? 2020 Human Development Report: The next frontier. Human development and the Anthropocene as a new perspective to view Sustainable Development Goals in: Czerny M., Serna Mendoza C. A., (editors) UW (forthcoming)

Lisocka-Jaegermann B., 2019 Geografia i literatura piękna – spojrzenie na Amerykę Łacińską [Geography and Literature – Latin American perspective] Prace i Studia Geograficzne t. 64.4, ss. 7-18

Lisocka-Jaegermann B., 2019 Debates on Women and Femininity in Cuban Santería: Postcolonial Interpretations, Studia Religiologica. Zeszyty Naukowe Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego Studia Religiologica, 52, No 3, pp. 177-190

Lisocka-Jaegermann B., Skoczek M., 2019 Migration Within Latin American Rural Communities’Livelihood Patterns,  Brazil-Poland: Focus on Migration,  Sarmiento E., Siuda-Ambroziak, R. (eds.) Niterói, RJ: ASOEC-UNIVERSO; Warsaw: ASC-UW

Lisocka-Jaegermann B., 2018 Territorio, territorialidad y recursos en las estrategias locales de cambio alternativas: el caso de las áreas rurales andinas. América Latina: últimas décadas: procesos y retos,  Cebrián Abellán F., Jover Martí F.J., Lois González R. C., (red.) Ediciones de la Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, pp.1061-1070

Lisocka-Jaegermann B., 2016 Geografia wobec krytycznej teorii społecznej: doświadczenia i perspektywy. Czy w Polsce potrzebujemy geografii krytycznej? Podstawowe idee i koncepcje w geografii, t. 9 Nowe i stare perspektywy oraz ujęcia w geografii na przełomie XX i XXI wieku, Maik W., Suliborski A., Wójcik M., Wyd. UŁ, pp.141-153

Lisocka-Jaegermann B., 2016 Introducción de las actividades turísticas en las comunidades rurales. El papel del contexto social y cultural”,  Referentes teóricos del turismo alternativo. Enfoques en comunidades rurales , Serie Ciclos y Tendencias en el Desarrollo de México, núm. 44, Velarde Valdez M., Maldonado Alcudia A.V., Gómez Nieves S., (eds.), Universidad de Guadalajara, Universidad de Occidente, UCLA Program on Mexico, Profmex/World, Juan Pablos Editor, Guadalajara/Los Mochis/Los Ángeles/México., pp. 101-128

Courses (selected)

Human Geography of the United States, 

American Environmental Issues: Inventing the Future

U.S. Regions: Toward a Sustainable Future

Migration, Race and Ethnicity in Latin America

Afro-Latin Americans in the 21st Century

Hobbies/non-academic interests

Getting closer to non-human beings