columnist, Gazeta Wyborcza, Warsaw, Poland (Lyle and Corrine Nelson International Journalism Fellow)
Domoslawski was born in Warsaw, Poland, studied philosophy at the Catholic University in Warsaw and earned a master’s degree in drama, literature and theater from the Theatre Academy in Warsaw. He did post-graduate study in the Center for Latin American Studies at Warsaw University, and has made numerous trips to Latin America. He began his journalism career in 1991 as a reporter and editor at Gazeta Wyborcza, the leading daily newspaper in Poland covering politics, parliament, legal issues and the Catholic Church. In 1996, he moved to TVP SA, Poland’s state-owned television station, where he was a senior editor of the Opinion and Documentary Department and a screenwriter and director of documentaries. In 1997, he returned to Gazeta Wyborcza as a columnist and writer covering globalization, Latin America, intellectual trends and more. He has written three books, including “Christ Without a Rifle,” about the pontificate of John Paul II; “A World Not for Sale” published in 2002 about anti-globalists movement, which was named “Book of the Summer 2002,” by the Raczynski Family Library, and “The Latin American Fever” published in 2004 about his Latin American journeys, for which he was awarded the Warsaw Premiere of Literature award by the Association of Polish Booksellers.
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