International Conference "Interdisciplinarity in Security Studies – theoretical and legal perspectives
Interdisciplinarity and multidimensionality of research in the field of Security Studies sheds lights on not only new areas of exploration but also the need to search new research instruments. War Studies University in cooperation with other higher education institutions is organizing this conference that will focus on the appraisal of theoretical and methodological premises of Security Studies taking into account the influence of new scientific disciplines on this field of study. The purpose of this conference is to identify and implement innovative research and educational perspectives using multi-disciplinary approach to Security Studies in particular methodology, paradigm, research and education.
Date: Warsaw, 26 April 2017
War Studies University
al. gen. A. Chruściela 103
Building No 56 (Club)
8.30-9.30 Participants registration
9.30-10.10 Opening Conference:
COL Tomasz Kośmider, Assoc. Prof. - Director of Security State Institute
Prof. Tomasz Żyro, Assoc. Prof. - Dean of Natonal Security Faculty
Prof. Aleksander Bobko - Secretary of State in the Ministry of Science and Higher Education
Prof. Andrzej Misiuk, Assoc. Prof. - Chairman of the Central Commision Section on Degrees and Titles
Prof. Mieczysław Poniewski, Assoc. Prof. - President of Association of Copyright Collective Administration for Authors of Scientific and Technical Works KOPIPOL
10.10-13.30 PANEL I
(Simultaneous Translation PL-EN-PL)
National Models of Security Studies
Moderator: Prof. Ryszard Szpyra, Assoc. Prof.
10.10 Specific of Polish Model of Security Studies - Prof. Andrzej GLEN, Assoc. Prof.
10.30 Swedish Model of Societal Security Studies - Lars Hedstrom
10.50 Security Studies in Baltic Region - Olavi Janes
11.10 Creating and Reacting to Cyber-Threats: Comparing National Models of Cyber Security - Dr Alexander Niedermeier
11.50-12.10 Coffee break
12.10 Research Subject in Police Studies - LTC Krzysztof Łojek, PhD
12.30 Challenges and problems in security education in Bulgaria - COL Svilen Stefanov, Prof.
12.50 Critical approaches to security: theorizing or relevance for practice? - Dr Kateřina Tvrdá
13.10 The identity of the security studies - in the direction of securitology - Assoc. Prof. Andrzej Urbanek
13.30 Discussion and Summarise
14.40-17.30 PANEL II
IN POLISH ONLY
Security as a Subject of Science Cognition
Moderator: COL Tadeusz Szczurek, Assoc. Prof.
15.00 The Security Studies as a source of Security Science Research - Prof. Waldemar Kitler, Assoc. Prof.
15.20 Society - Nation - State. Borders of Sociological Reduction in the Interdisciplinary Model of the Security Studies - Prof. Leszek Korporowicz, Assoc. Prof.
15.40 Interdisciplinarity needs in Security Studies - Prof. Stanisław Sulowski, Assoc. Prof.
16.00 Political Science and Security Science - Mutual influence on the Identity of Discipline - Assoc. Prof. Robert Łoś
16.20 Object of study and object of cognition - perspective of Security Studies. Attempt to find a methodological model - Dr Krzysztof Cebul
16.40 Cultural security in the hybrid world. Theoretical and methodological aspects - Dr Sylwia Jaskuła
14.40-17.30 Parallel seminar
The civil defence in non-military preparations
Moderator: LTC Andrzej Soboń, PhD
15:00 Introduction - Assoc. prof. Marian KULICZKOWSKI
15:15 The model of the Study of the Russian Security problems in connection with the Donbass war - Assoc. prof. Sokolov Boris
15:35 Non-military defence preparation in the scope of Polish security environment – LTC Andrzej Soboń, PhD
15:55 The civil defence in Czech Republic – BG (ret.) Prof. Ing. Rudolf Urban
16:30 The civil defence from Romanian approach - BG Ghiţă Bârsan, Prof.
16:45 Bulgarian approach to non-military defence preparation - COL Svilen Stefanov, Prof.
17:00 Interdisciplinary Approach in Security Education - Assoc. prof. Juliana Karakaneva
17;20 Summarizing - LTC Andrzej Soboń, PhD
17.30 Closing Conference
Prof. Waldemar Kitler, Assoc. Prof.
COL Tomasz Kośmider, Assoc. Prof.
War Studies University – National Security Faculty, Warsaw, Poland
Matej Bel University – Faculty of Political Sciences and International Relations, Banská Bystrica, Slovakia
New Bulgarian University – National and International Security Department, Sofia, Bulgaria
Silesian University in Opava, Czech Republic
“Vasil Levski” National Military University, Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria
“Nicolae Balcescu” Land Forces Academy, Sibiu, Romania
Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw – Faculty of Historical and Social Sciences, Poland
University of Warsaw - Faculty of Political Science and International Studies, Poland
Police Academy in Szczytno – Faculty od Internal Security, Poland
The purpose of this conference is the appraisal of theoretical and methodological premises of security studies taking into account the influence of new scientific disciplines on this field of study.
• National models of Security Studies
• Interdisciplinary approach to Security Studies
• The civil defence in non-military preparations
Prof. Waldemar Kitler – War Studies University, Warsaw, Poland – general chair
BG Ghiţă BÂRSAN, Prof. - Nicolae Balcescu" Land Forces Academy Sibiu, Romania
COL Vasile CARUTASU, Prof. - "Nicolae Balcescu" Land Forces Academy Sibiu, Romania
Prof. Hristo GEORGIEV - New Bulgarian University, Sofia, Bulgaria
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Jaroslav UŠIAK - Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica, Slovakia
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Rastislav KAZANSKÝ - Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica, Slovakia
COL Svilen STEFANOV, Prof. - "V. Levski" National Military University Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria
LtCol Nevena ATANASOVA - KRASTEVA, Assoc. Prof. - "V. Levski" NMU Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria
LTC Eng Laurian GHERMAN - "Henri Coanda” Air Force Academy Brasov, Romania
Assist. Prof. Liliana Miron, PhD - "Henri Coanda” Air Force Academy Brasov, Romania
Dr Kateřina TVRDá, Ph.D. - Silesian University in Opava, Czech Republic
COL Grzegorz SOBOLEWSKI, Prof. – War Studies University, Warsaw, Poland
Prof. Tomasz ŻYRO – War Studies University, Warsaw, Poland
Prof. Jacek PAWŁOWSKI – War Studies University, Warsaw, Poland
Prof. Radosław ZENDEROWSKI - Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw, Poland
Prof. Andrzej MISIUK - University of Warsaw, Poland
COL Bogdan GRENDA, Assoc. Prof. – War Studies University, Warsaw, Poland
COL Tomasz KOŚMIDER, Assoc. Prof. – War Studies University, Warsaw, Poland
COL Dariusz MAJCHRZAK, Assoc. Prof. – War Studies University, Warsaw, Poland
Assoc. Prof. Stanisław SULOWSKI - University of Warsaw, Poland
Assoc. Prof. Sławomir ZALEWSKI - Police Academy in Szczytno, Poland
Assoc. Prof. Cezary SMUNIEWSKI – War Studies University, Warsaw, Poland
Assoc. Prof. Marian KULICZKOWSKI – War Studies University, Warsaw, Poland
Assoc. Prof. Wojciech JAKUBOWSKI - University of Warsaw, Poland
Assoc. Prof. Karina MARCZUK - University of Warsaw, Poland
LTC Andrzej SOBOŃ, PhD – War Studies University, Warsaw, Poland
LTC Krzysztof ŁOJEK, PhD – Police Academy in Szczytno, Poland
Dr Marzena ŻAKOWSKA – War Studies University, Warsaw, Poland
Dr Jarosław SZCZEPAŃSKI – War Studies University, Warsaw, Poland
COL Tomasz KOŚMIDER, Assoc. Prof. - Chairman
Assoc. Prof. PhD. Juliana KARAKANEVA
LTC Andrzej SOBOŃ, PhD
Dr Krzysztof GĄSIOREK
MAJ Krastu KRASTEV, PhD
Dr Aleksandra ZIĘBA
Dr Jakub BIENIEK
Dr Krzysztof CEBUL
Dr Mariusz KURYŁOWICZ
Dominika KOSÁROVÁ, MA
Dr Dorota Domalewska – secretariat (email@example.com)
Registration is closed.
Papers accepted for the conference will be published in the conference proceedings. Papers should be sent as MS Word attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org by 31 May 2017.
31.03.2017 r. – registration and abstract submission
31.05.2017 r. – paper submission for publication