Articles in Journals

Nina Witoszek and Bartlomiej Nowotarski (2022) „Polonia Restituta. W strone demokracji 2.0.” in Almanach 2022/2023, ed. Jacek Zakowski, Warsaw: Collegium Civitas Foundation

Witoszek, Nina and Bartlomiej Nowotarski (2022) „Democratic Transitions: Polish Ways to and from Democracy” in Transition in Iran, eds. Mahmood Amiry-Moghaddam and Kambiz Ghafouri,  part 1 and 2, Eastleigh: Mehri Publications.

Witoszek, N. (2021) “Humanism Under Siege: The Janus Face of Modern Revolution of Dignity”, The Humanist Review Nr 1, (472), 2021, pp. 7-24.

Witoszek, N. (2021) “Reenchanting Modernity East and West: Comparative Perspectives on the Legacy of 1968.” In East European Politics and Societies and Cultures: A Symposium, no 20, pp. 8-43.

Witoszek, N. and Mueller, M.L. (2021a) “The Ecological Ethics in Nordic Children’s Tales: From Pippi Longstocking to Greta Thunberg” Environmental Ethics, vol. 43, issue 1, 2021, pp. 61-78.

Witoszek, Nina and Atle Midttun (2019) “The Joys and Hazards of Synergic Research, or Taking the Sin out of Synergy”, Cliodynamics, Vol. 9, Iss. 2.

(ENG) Midttun, Atle, Witoszek, Nina (2019) “The Competitive Advantage of Collaboration: Throwing New Light on the Nordic Model”, in New Political Economy, 18 September

Witoszek, Nina (2019 )“The profits and pitfalls of prosociality: cultural-evolutionary perspectives on Scandinavia, in The Relational Nordic Welfare State Between Utopia and Ideology, Eds. Sakari Hänninen, Kirsi-Marja Lehtelä and Paula Saikkonen. pp 50-73. London: Edvard Elgar, ISBN: 978 1 78897 464 6

Witoszek Nina, (2019) “Rewolucja godnosci i jej sily napedowe,” In Almanach: Concilium Civitas , ed. Jacek Zakowski, Warszawa: Fundacja Collegium Civitas, pp. 317-338, ISBN 978-83-954712-0-9

Peter Turchin, Witoszek, Nina, et al. (2019). “A History of Possible Futures: Multipath Forecasting of Social Breakdown, Recovery, and Resilience.” Cliodynamics. ISSN 2373-7530. 9(2), s 124- 139.

(ENG) Peter Turchin, Nina Witoszek, et al. (2018) “A History of Possible Futures: Multipath Forecasting of Social Breakdown, Recovery, and Resilience.” Cliodynamics 9 (2): 124-39.

(ENG) Nina Witoszek ‘Historians as Dissidents: Intellectual ‘Eros’ in Action, in The Engaged Historian, Perspectives on the Intersections of Politics, Activism and the Historical Profession, ed. Stefan Berger, New York, Oxford Berghahn Books, 29. 2019.

(ENG) Nina Witoszek ”Evolutionary Theory and the Relational Nordic Model (2019) In: The Relational Nordic Welfare State, eds. Sachari Häninen, Kristi-Marja Lehtelä et al. London: Edward Elgar Publishing.

(ENG) Nina Witoszek and Atle Mittun, “Competitive Advantage of Collaboration” in: New Political Economy, 2019.

(ENG) Peter Turchin, Nina Witoszek, et al, “A History of Possible Futures: Multipath Forecasting of Social Breakdown, Recovery, and Resilience”, Cliodynamics, Vol. 2, issue 1, 2019.

(ENG) Nina Witoszek, “Ecomodernity as a Cultural Programme: Combining Green Transition with an Educational Paradigm Shift” in Forum for Development Studies, London: Routledge, vol. 43 nr 1. 2016.

(NO) Nina Witoszek: “David Sloan Wilsons humanistiske biologi” in Finnes det altruisme? Kultur, gener og andres velferd. Oversatt av Eivind Lilleskjæret, Oslo: Cappelen Damm, 2015.

(NO) Nina Witoszek “Intellektuelle som et moralsk felleskap”: en glemt historie om Komiteen for Arbeideres forsvar (KOR), in Ø. Sørensen, B. Hagtvet and N. Brandal (eds), Demokratisk beredskap: Intellektuell motstand mot totalitære fristeleser. Oslo: Dreyer, 2015.

(ENG) Nina Witoszek, The Beauty of Getting to Norway, in Social Evolution Forum

(ENG) Nina Witoszek, “Leonardo our Contemporary?: Ecological Wisdom of the Renaissance Sages” Worldviews , Cambridge, Vol. 16 nr 3, 2014.

(ENG) Nina Witoszek (ed.) Religious Innovation for a Sustainable Future: Perspectives from Norway, Ghana, China and India. Special issue of Nature and Culture. Winter 2013, Vol. 8, No. 3.