Anna G. Piotrowska’s main research interests are the sociological and cultural aspects of musical life. She is a prolific author, having published several books, in both English, including Gypsy Music in European Culture (2013) and Polish, and numerous articles, in Polish, English, German, Slovak, and Georgian. She has been the recipient of a number of internationally renowned fellowships and awards, including Fulbright Fellow at Boston University, International Fellow at the New Europe College, the Moritz Csáky Prize of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, and the Mellon Fellowship at Edinburgh University. Anna G. Piotrowska has taken an active part in numerous international conferences and workshops. Currently, she takes part in the Towards a Global History of Music Balzan Musicology Project, directed by Reinhard Strohm. Piotrowska is professionally associated with the Institute of Musicology of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland.
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