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dc.contributor.authorKrawczyk-Wasilewska, Violetta
dc.contributor.authorMeder, Theo
dc.contributor.editorKrawczyk-Wasilewska, Violetta
dc.contributor.editorMeder, Theo
dc.contributor.editorRoss, Andy
dc.identifier.citationKrawczyk-Wasilewska V., Meder T., Preface, [in:] Shaping virtual lives. Online identities, representations, and conducts, Krawczyk-Wasilewska V., Meder T., Ross A. (eds.), Lodz University Press, Lodz 2012, pp. 7-8, DOI: 10.18778/7525-671-0.01pl_PL
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dc.publisherLodz University Presspl_PL
dc.relation.ispartofKrawczyk-Wasilewska V., Meder T., Ross A. (eds.), Shaping virtual lives. Online identities, representations, and conducts, Lodz University Press, Lodz 2012;
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dc.subjectsecond lifepl_PL
dc.subjectsocial mediapl_PL
dc.subjectcultural studiespl_PL
dc.typeBook chapterpl_PL
dc.contributor.authorAffiliationDepartment of Ethnology and Folklore, University of Łódź, Polandpl_PL
dc.contributor.authorAffiliationMeertens Instituut, Amsterdam, The Netherlandspl_PL
dc.contributor.authorBiographicalnoteKrawczyk-Wasilewska, Violetta has been head of the Folklore Department at the University of Łódź, Poland, since 1991. She graduated in Literature (M.A.), History (Ph.D.) and Ethnology (habilitation thesis) and has been a Professor in Humanities (President of the State, Warsaw) since 2002. She specialises in the anthropology of culture and folklore. She is a member of several international research societies (SIEF since 1971, ISFNR since 1973, IOV since 1986, IUAES since 1996), a full member of the Folklore Fellows (nominated by the Finnish Academy of Sciences and Letters in 1991), and since 2004 has been a European Commission expert and evaluator. In 1987, she was a finalist for the international prize in Anthropological Studies, University of Palermo, Italy; in 1993 she was awarded a grant from University College London; in 1996 she won a grant from the Open University of Central Europe (Budapest and Prague); and in 2003 she was awarded the Tomaso Crudeli medal for human rights activity (Poppi, Italy). She has been a guest lecturer at many universities and published seven separate books and over 150 articles and papers of an interdisciplinary character. She is the editor of the international proceedings on Ecology and Folklore (1992, 1994, 1998). Her works include: Contemporary Studies on Folklore (Warsaw, 1986) and AIDS: An Anthropological Study (Łódź, 2000), both of which are in Polish but include full English summaries. Web:
dc.contributor.authorBiographicalnoteMeder, Theo (1960) studied Dutch language and literature at the University of Leiden and has worked since 1994 at the Meertens Instituut (Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences) in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, as a folk narrative researcher. He is coordinator of the online Dutch Folktale Database and author of books and articles concerning Dutch folktales and narrative culture. In 2007, he published The Flying Dutchman and Other Folktales from the Netherlands. He has been on the scientific board of Fabula since 2010 and he is a member of the Société Internationale d’Etnologie et de Folklore (SIEF), the International Society for Contemporary Legend Research (ISCLR), and the International Society for Folk Narrative Research (ISFNR) – in ISFNR he is the coordinator of the Committee for Folktales and the Internet. Since 2012 he has been leader of the computational project FACT (Folktales as Classifiable Texts) and co-leader of the e-humanities project Tunes & Tales. Web:
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