- Institute of the Middle and Far East, Jagiellonian University
- Research Areas:
- political and cultural history of China, India, and China-India relations
See Antonina’s CV
Antonina Luszczykiewicz, PhD, is an assistant professor at the Institute of the Middle and Far East, Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland. Educated as a specialist in political and cultural history of China, India, and China-India relations, she received international scholarships and grants to support her research from the American–Polish Kosciuszko Foundation, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China (ROC), and the Confucian Scholarship of the People’s Republic of China (PRC). In 2022, she received the prestigious Fulbright Senior Award to carry out her research at East Asian Studies Center, Indiana University in Bloomington. Her project focuses on cultural nationalism in China-India relations and its implications for the U.S. Indo-Pacific strategy. It is Antonina’s third research stay at Indiana University.
Antonina published three books and a wide range of articles focusing on China–India relations and the United States, the image of Indians and Chinese in literature and film, and the Cold War discourses and narratives in the Asian context. Most recently, together with Professor Michael C. Brose she co-edited a multi-authored volume Sinology during the Cold War (Routledge 2022). In cooperation with experts on public and international policy issues, she also published numerous articles in The Harvard International Review, The SAIS Review of International Affairs, The National Interest, South China Morning Post, and The Diplomat.
Apart from Indiana University, Antonina served as a visiting scholar and carried out her research projects at the University of Cambridge (UK), University of Göttingen (Germany), University of Bucharest (Romania), as well as Academia Sinica and Tamkang University in Taipei (ROC). She is currently a non-resident fellow of the Taiwan Center for Security Studies at the National Chengchi University in Taiwan.