Małgorzata Głowacka-Grajper, Ph.D. hab. is the sociologist and social anthropologist. She works as an associate professor in the Institute of Sociology at the University of Warsaw. Head of the Social Memory Laboratory (2018-2020). Her main interests are contemporary developments in ethnic and national identity and problems of social memory and tradition. She conducted her fieldwork in Poland, Lithuania, Slovakia and in the Siberian part of Russia. She published books and articles on ethnic minorities in Poland, ethnic identity and social memory in post-Soviet countries and on the memory of resettlements. Her last books are: Transmisja pamięci. Działacze “sfery pamięci” i przekaz o Kresach Wschodnich we współczesnej Polsce (Transmission of memory. Activists of „memory sphere” and transmission of the memory of former Eastern Borderlands in contemporary Poland), 2016, Milieux de mémoire in Late Modernity. Local Communities, Religion and Historical Politics, 2019 (with Zuzanna Bogumił). In the ECHOES project, she participates in the work package on City Museums and Multiple Colonial Pasts.