My name is Wojciech Paszynski, I’m a scientist, writer, booklover and sportsman. My books include:
The Incredible Poles — Vandalia — Sarmatians and Scholars
On a daily basis, I am a lecturer at AGH University in the field of the history of economic thought. I promote the knowledge about the achievements of Poles. I write about the phenomenon of Lechia (Lechism), Sarmatia (Sarmatism) and Vandalia (Vandalianism) in the Old Polish tradition (c. 1200-1795) and later references. After half a thousand years (since Krantz) I brought Vandalia back into scientific discourse and coined the term Vandalianism to describe the Vandal phenomenon. The list of my publications can be found in the Books tab in the menu above. I also encourage you to support my portal (III Millenium) and scientific research. This can be done by PayPal or by making a traditional transfer (bank account number: 60 1870 1045 2078 1061 9422 0002).
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Wojciech Lucjan Paszyński – historian, lecturer, writer, artist, athlete, traveler.
Dr. Wojciech Paszyński (ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8213-4667; https://nauka-polska.pl/#/profile/scientist?id=271210&_k=6lzz87)
AGH University of Science and Technology
Dr. Wojciech Paszyński, born July 5, 1985, Warsaw, Poland. Doctor of humanities (PhD) in history, specializing in the field of history of science. He defended his doctoral thesis at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań (AMU), in November 2015. He graduated in history (2011) and archeology (2008) at the Faculty of History, Jagiellonian University. He also studied American Studies at the University of Warsaw (2011-2012) and Latin American Studies at the Jagiellonian University (2012-2013). From 2016-2019 he lectured on the history of medicine at the English-speaking medical studies at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow University (AFMKU), as well as classes in the international relations (all lectures in English) at that university. Currently, he is a lecturer in the history of economic thought and investment philosophy at the AGH University of Science and Technology (2019-). Author of three books and about twenty scientific articles. He speaks six languages (Polish, English, German, French, Spanish, Russian).
Research interests: history of science, history of economic thought, stock market investing: history and methodology, history of medicine, Old Polish historiography.
Other interests: belles-lettres, politics, sport, painting, genealogy and heraldry, classical and film music, cinema, foreign languages.
List of conducted lectures:
1. Milestones of Economic Thought
2. Philosophy of Intelligent Investing from Benjamin Graham to Warren Buffett
3. Titans of Business. The Secret of Millionaires’ Success
4. History of Medicine
Contact for academic purpose: email@example.com
Wojciech Paszynski’s III Millenium. From History to the Future. Click below for the newest:
- Paszyński W., The Incredible Poles, 2023.
- Paszyński W., Sarmatia and Vandalia. Introduction to the Polish Paranational Concepts, [in:] Słowiańszczyzna dawniej i dziś – język, literatura, kultura. Monografia ze studiów slawistycznych, vol. 5, A. Kołodziej, M. Ślawska, A. Ursulenko, B. Juszczak (Eds.), Wrocław 2022, pp. 371-377.
- Paszyński W., “Edeljude” and the Miraculous Salvation — the Case of a Close Relationship Between Adolf Hitler and the Jewish Doctor Eduard Bloch (1872–1945), „Radzyński Rocznik Humanistyczny”, vol. 19 (2021), pp. 89-98.
- Paszyński W., Mystery of Success, Fame and Fortune: The perfect life guidebook with famous quotes ever!, Las Vegas 2020.
- Paszyński W., Confessions of a Doctor from Thirty-Three Centuries Ago. Mika Waltari’s The Egyptian in the Reading Public Opinion and Scientific Reception, [in:] Doctor as an Author and Literary Figure, E. Białek & D. Lewera (Eds.), Wrocław 2019, pp. 161-184.
- Paszyński W., Vandalia. The Oldest Vision of Poland’s Prehistory, Sandomierz 2019.
- Paszyński W., Poland as Vandalia. Vandalian Concept in the Polish Historiography of Medieval Times, „Orbis Linguarum” vol. 51/2018, pp. 357-390.
- Paszyński W., Sarmatians and Scholars. Dispute over the Origin of the Poles, Kraków 2016.
- Paszyński W., The Ethos Extincted or Alive Forever? Nobility and Chivalry versus Media Culture, [in:] Nature – Human – Culture, Katarzyna Potyrała, Andrzej Kornaś, Małgorzata Kłyś (Eds.), Kraków 2017, pp. 143-154.
- Paszyński W., Poland as „Antemurale” and „Homeland of Saints”. Theme of 'Bulwark’ in the 'New Athens’ by Benedict Chmielowski, „Nasza Przeszłość” 2017/1, vol. 127, pp. 185–199.
- Paszyński W., Celnik H., Wood Tar in the Polish Medical Treatment, „Medycyna nowożytna. Studia nad kulturą medyczną” 2016/2(22), pp. 109-125.
- Paszyński W., Father Benedict Chmielowski – the life and work of Firlejow’s Diogenes, „Nasza Przeszłość” 2015/2, vol. 124, pp. 105–136.
- Paszyński W., Tarnished Reputation of 'New Athens’ (first Polish encyclopedia) by Benedykt Chmielowki and Attempts of Restoring It, „Prace Historyczne UJ” 2014/1(141), pp. 37–59.
- Paszyński W., The Birth of Medicine, „Vita Medium” 2011/10, pp. 58–59.
- Paszyński W., Medicine of Primitive Tribes, „Vita Medium” 2011/11, pp. 50–51.
- Paszyński W., Medicine of Ancient Mesopotamia, „Vita Medium” 2012/12, pp. 46–47.
- Paszyński W., Medicine of Ancient Egypt, „Vita Medium” 2012/13, pp. 48–49.
- Paszyński W., Medicine of Ancient India, „Vita Medium” 2012/14, pp. 50–51.
- Paszyński W., Medicine of the Far East, „Vita Medium” 2012/15, pp. 32–34.
- Paszyński W., Medicine of Pre-Columbian America, „Vita Medium” 2012/16, pp. 34–35.
- Paszyński W., Medicine of Ancient Greeks and Romans, „Vita Medium” 2012/17, pp. 29–31.
- Paszyński W., Nowacki Ł., Medicine of Monks, Saints and Kings, „Vita Medium” 2013/18, pp. 29–31.
- Paszyński W., Medicine of the Early Modern Times, „Vita Medium” 2013/19, pp. 28–31.
• University of Wrocław, 23-24 February 2023
Lecture: Enigmatic Lechia. Between Traditional Naming and Post-Vincentian Prehistory
• University of Wrocław, 21-22 October 2021
Lecture: Sarmatia and Vandalia. Introduction to the Polish Paranational Concepts
• University of Wrocław, 25 October 2019
Lecture: “Edeljude”. Miraculous Survival of Doctor Eduard Bloch
• Polskie Towarzystwo Historii Medycyny i Farmacji, Oddział Wrocławski, 7-8 December 2018
Lecture: “Sinuhe the Egyptian” – the Ancient Court Physician in Mika Waltari’s Novel
• Uniwersytet Medyczny im. Karola Marcinkowskiego w Poznaniu, 7-8 December 2017
Lecture: A View on Ars Medica in the first Polish Encyclopedia. Medical Tradition Versus Empiria in the “New Athens” by Benedict Chmielowski
• Polskie Towarzystwo Historii Medycyny i Farmacji, Oddział Wrocławski, 28 October 2017
Lecture: An Oil Panacea. Wood Tar in the Nineteenth-Century Literature
• University of Wrocław, 17 March 2017
Lecture: Slavia-Sarmatia. The Cradle of Slavs in the Light of Old Polish Science
• Pedagogical University of Kraków, 19 May 2015
Lecture: The Ethos Extincted or Alive Forever? Nobility and Chivalry versus Media Culture
• A. Mickiewicz University, Poznan, 7–9 May 2015
Lecture: Aliens through the Eyes of „Hermit of Firlejow Forests”. World and Its Inhabitants in the Pages of „New Athens”
• Jagiellonian University, Cracow, 23 April 2015
Lecture: When the Poles-Sarmatians Vandalians were called. The Vandalian Theory versus Medieval Fate of 'Sarmatia’ Conception
• A. Mickiewicz University, Poznan, 8–9 May 2014
Lecture: Poland as „Antemurale” and „Homeland of Saints”. Theme of 'Bulwark’ in the 'New Athens’ by Benedict Chmielowski