Ewa Domanska holds her permanent position as professor of human sciences in the Department of History, Adam Mickiewicz University at Poznan, Poland and she is cooperating with Stanford since 2000. Her teaching and research interests include comparative theory of the human and social sciences, history and theory of historiography, ecological humanities, genocide and ecocides studies.
She is the author and editor of 20 books and numerous articles and essays published internationally in several different languages. Her more recent publications include: Necros: An Introduction to the Ontology of Human Dead Body and Remains (in Polish, 2017); “Animal History”, History and Theory, vol. 56, no. 2, 2017: 265-285; “The Eco-Ecumene and Multispecies History: The Case of Abandoned Protestant Cemeteries in Poland,” in Multispecies Archaeology, ed. by Suzanne E. Pilaar Birch. New York: Routledge, 2018: 118-132; “Posthumanist History”, in Debating New Approaches to History, ed. by Marek Tamm and Peter Burke. London, Oxford: Bloomsbury, 2018: 327-352. While at Stanford, she will teach course: “Animism, Gaia and alternative approaches to the environment” (Anthro 154C, Anthro 254C, Archlgy 154, Archlgy 254). See Syllabus.