Antoni Głowacki – PhD candidate at the Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw. He completed his studies at MISH UW and EHESS in Paris. He specialises in sociology and anthropology of religion, and he has conducted research on Catholicism in Poland and France. His most recent publication is an article in the Qualitative Sociology Review (“‘To Each His Own Way to Live His Faith.’ Models of Religiosity in Parisian Catholic Parish,” vol. 15(1), 2019)
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