Andrzej Pankalla

Dr hab., assistant professor at the Department of General Psychology and Psychodiagnostics, Institute of Psychology, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań (specialty: cultural psychology, including: psychology of contemporary culture, psychology of religion and myth), owner of the Science Academy “Inkantacje” (including Institute of Applied Cultural Psychology) that specializes in psycho-cultural training courses, member of the Scientific Council and co-founder of the Institute of Psychology of Myth in Warsaw. Member of the Society of Aboriginal Cultures, Sociedad de Etnopsicologia Aplicada and the editorial board of Journal of Psychology and Personality. Coordinator of the research and film expeditions (Ecuadorian Amazon, Africa, Mexico, North Korea, Thailand, Buryatia, Guatemala Amazonia Ekwadorska, kraje Afryki, Meksyk, Korea Północna, Tajlandia, Buriacja, Gwatemala).

Co-editor (with R. Stachowski) of Studies in the History of Social Sciences (1995), author of Psychologia mitu (2000), Mitocentryczna psychologia kulturowa Ernesta Boescha (2011), Kultura psychologów (2014), co-author (with Z.W. Dudek) of Psychologia kultury. Doświadczenia graniczne i transkulturowe (2005/2008), (with A. Kilian) Psychescapes. Tożsamość naszych czasów (2007), (with Z. Klaus) Mitoterapia. Historia, teoria, praktyka (2010), (with B. Piskor-Świerad) Mit miłości w kulturoterapii (2010), editor of Homo religiosus a psychologia (2015).

Author and co-author of psycho-cultural documentaries (with A. Milcarz): Ekwador 12/12 (2000), Yage (2001), Urgyel (2009), El Corazon del Cielo (2015). Author of a number of articles in, among others: Studia Psychologica, Czasopismo Psychologiczne, Roczniki Psychologiczne, Człowiek i Społeczeństwo.

Instructor and coordinator of lectures and courses for institutions and enterprises in cultural psychology, cultural skills and intercultural communication.