Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Institut für Europäische Ethnologie

Publications

Monographs and Edited Volumes

  • Buchczyk, M. (forthcoming). Weaving Europe, crafting the museum. Bloomsbury Academic. 
  • Facer, K. and Buchczyk, M. (2019). Special Issue of Oxford Review of Education on "Learning Cities: Towards a New Research Agenda".

 

Book Chapters 

  • Buchczyk, M. (in preparation) Weaving through uncertainty – intangible heritage, collaboration and resilience in Europe. Ashton, J. (Ed.). The Routledge International Handbook on Heritage and Gender. Routledge. 

  • Buchczyk, M. (in preparation) Weaving between the home, the museum and the art studio. Chen-su Huang, J., Moskowitz, M. and Richmond, V. Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of World Textiles (Volume 7). Bloomsbury Academic.
  • Urdea, A. and Buchczyk, M. (forthcoming) "Folk" material culture in rural Romania. Beissinger, M. (Ed.). Oxford Handbook of Slavic and East European Folklore. Oxford University Press.
  • Buchczyk, M. (2021). Becoming heritage smart, negotiating the dilemma of craft practice in a ceramic center. In: Craft and heritage: Intersections in critical studies and practice. Paterson, E. and Surette, S. (Eds.) Bloomsbury Academic. 
  • Buchczyk, M. (2021) Pandora’s box? Transforming everyday collections. In: What's missing? Collecting and exhibiting Europe. Edenheiser, I., Tietmeyer, E. and Boersma, S. (Eds.). Reimer Verlag. 
  • Buchczyk, M. (2020). Learning in the cat's cradle: Weaving learning ecologies in the city. In: Ecologies for learning and practice: Emerging ideas, sightings, and possibilities. Barnett, R., & Jackson, N. (Eds.). Routledge.
  • Facer, K. and Buchczyk, M. (2018) Walking in the city: A method for exploring everyday public pedagogies. In: Learning beyond the school. Sefton - Green, J. & Erstad, O. (Eds.). Routledge.  

 

Journal Articles

  • Buchczyk, M. (2020). Making certainty and dwelling through craft. The Journal of American Folklore, 133(528), 178-192.
  • Buchczyk, M., & Facer, K. (2020). The stuff of contention and care: Affective materiality and everyday learning in Bristol, UK. City & Society, 32(3), 603-623.
  • Facer, K., & Buchczyk, M. (2019). Understanding learning cities as discursive, material and affective infrastructures. Oxford Review of Education, 45(2), 168-187.
  • Facer, K., & Buchczyk, M. (2019). Towards a research agenda for the ‘actually existing’ Learning City. Oxford Review of Education, 45(2), 157-167.
  • Buchczyk, M. (2018). Ethnographic objects on the Cold War front: The tangled history of a London museum collection. Museum Anthropology, 41(2), 159-172.
  • Buchczyk, M., Nicolescu, G., & Urdea, A. (2017). Forging folklore, disrupting archives: Curatorial explorations between tradition and innovation. MARTOR. The Museum of the Romanian Peasant Anthropology Review.
  • Buchczyk, M. (2016). Dressing and undressing the house: Rethinking objects in and out of households. Home Cultures,13(3), 255-282.
  • Buchczyk, M. (2015). Heterogenous craft communities. Journal of Museum Ethnography, (28), 28-49.
  • Buchczyk, M. (2014). To weave or not to weave: Vernacular textiles and historical change in Romania. Textile, 12(3), 328-345.
  • Buchczyk, M. (2014). Encounters in the workshops: Reconsidering pattern, plot and space of Horezu pottery. Annuaire Roumain d'Anthropologie, 51, 115-130.

 

Conference Proceedings

  • Buchczyk, M. (forthcoming). Reframing knowledge, remaking relations: Apprenticeship in cultural heritage research. In: Cultural Heritage: At the Intersection of the Humanities and the Sciences Proceedings of the Humboldt-Kolleg (Jordan, 16-18 April 2019). Hani Hayajneh (Ed.). Reihe: Archäologie: Forschung und Wissenschaft. Bd. 7, Berlin: LIT-Verlag.
  • Buchczyk, M., & Facer, K. (2018). Exploring lifelong learning in the everyday city. Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning, 20(1), 199-206.