Project managerAnna Wojtyńska is a doctoral student at the University of Iceland. She received her M.A degree from University of Warsaw. Her research focus is on Polish migrants in Iceland with emphasis on migrants’ transnational practices and their participation in the labour market. In the last years, she took part in various research projects studding migration to Iceland, for example “Leisure practices and perception of nature: Polish tourists and migrants in Iceland” and “The participation of migrants in civil society and labour market in the economic recession”.
Publications & Public presentations (Recordings)
(Im)mobility patterns among Polish unemployed migrants in Iceland navigating different welfare regimes
Wojtyńska, Anna and Unnur Dís Skaptadóttir, (forthcoming). (Im)mobility patterns among Polish unemployed migrants in Iceland navigating different welfare regimes, in Oleksandr Ryndyk, Brigitte Suter and
Rice, J. & Wojtynska, A. (2019). Ambiguous spaces: the charity-NGO nexus in Iceland. Journal of Organizational Ethnography, 8(1), 82-94. https://doi.org/10.1108/JOE-03-2018-0013
Wojtynska, A. (2016). Becoming a tourist in the home country: Polish migrants visiting home. In D. Rancew- Sikora & U. D. Skaptadóttir (eds.), Mobility to
Wojtyńska, Anna. (forthcoming). Black Protests in Iceland: Transnational flows and entanglements, in Kristín Loftsdóttir, Unnur Dís Skaptadóttir and Sigurjón Baldur Hafsteinsson (eds.), Mobility and Transnational
Wojtynska, A. (2011). “From Shortage of Labour to Shortage of Jobs: Polish Unemployed Migrants in Iceland”, in Ásgeirsdóttir, Á.G., Björnsdóttir, H & Ólafs, H. (Eds.),