Assistant Professor in the Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology at the University of Warsaw. Her main research areas include interactions between Muslims and Christians in post-Ottoman territories, religious (anti)syncretism, sacrificial rites, embodied religion, sensory religious imageries, agency of things, healing practices, material religion, secularization, post-secularism, anthropology of Orthodox Christianity, anthropology of Islam. Author of Muslims and Christians in Bulgarian Rhodopes. Studies on Religious (Anti)syncretism (2015) published by De Gruyter Open and journal articles in “Ethnologia Balkanica”, “Anthropological Journal of European Cultures”, “Lud”, “Ethnologia Polona”, “Slavia Meridionalis”.
Magdalena Lubańska, Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, University of Warsaw