Dr hab. Adam Izdebski

Forschungsgruppenleiter
PS&H Forschungsgruppe
+49 3641 686-780

Forschungsinteressen

Humanökologie

Umweltgeschichte

Seuchenforschung

Komplexe Systeme und Resilienztheorie

Griechische und römische Antike

Mittelalter

Frühmoderne Europa

Paläoklimatologie

Paläoökologie

aDNA und Isotopenanalyse in historischen Anwendungen

Vita

2020: Habilitation in Geschichte, Jagiellonen-Universität in Krakau

2018-heute: Max-Planck-Institut für Menschheitsgeschichte, Jena: Max Planck Independent Research Group Leader (W2-Stelle)

2012-heute: Jagiellonen-Universität in Krakau, Institut für Geschichte: Dozent (beurlaubt)

2017-2018: Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton: Mitglied (School of Historical Studies)

Frühjahr 2017: Universität Warschau, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences: Gastprofessor

Frühjahr 2016: Princeton University, Fachbereich Geschichte: Gastprofessor im Council of the Humanities

2011-2012: Freie Universität Berlin, Fachbereich Philosophie und Geisteswissenschaften: Postdoc-Stipendiat der Humboldt-Stiftung

2011: Universität Warschau, Fakultät für Geschichte: Doktor

2008: Universität Oxford, Fakultät für Geschichte: Master of Studies

2008: Universität Warschau, Fakultät für Psychologie: Magister

2007: Universität Warschau, Fakultät für Geschichte: Magister

 

Wichtigste Veröffentlichungen

Monographien und Sammelbände

Izdebski A., Ein Vormoderner Staat als Sozioökologisches System: Das Oströmische Reich 300-1300 [= Forschungen zur Geschichte und Kultur des Östlichen Mitteleuropa 59]. Dresden: Sandstein, 2022.

Izdebski A., Filipkowski P., Haldon J. (eds.), Perspectives on public policy in societal-environmental crises. What the future needs from history. [= Risks, Systems, Decisions]. Cham: Springer, 2022.

Izdebski A. & Szmytka R. (ed.), Krakow. Ecobiography. Pittsburgh 2020: Pittsburgh University Press.

Izdebski A. and M. Mulryan (eds.), Environment and Society during the long Late Antiquity, Late Antique Archaeology 11 & 12 (Leiden, 2018), 2 vols.

Gogou A., Holmgren K., Izdebski A. (eds.), Special Issue: Mediterranean Holocene Climate, Environment and Human Societies, Quaternary Science Reviews vol. 136, Springer 2016.

 

Diese Bücher wurden rezensiert von:

T. Newfield & I. Labuhn, in The Journal of Interdisciplinary History 48 (2017) 211-240.

R. Ousterhout in The Journal of Interdisciplinary History 45 (2014) 223-224;

V. La Salvia in The European Journal of Post-Classical Archaeologies 4 (2014) 482-483;

H. Elton, Byzantinische Zeitschrift 107 (2014) 903-905;

N. Tsivikis, Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2015.03.53;

V. La Salvia in Medieval Archaeology 59 (2015) 349.

 

Zeitschriftenartikel und Buchkapitel

Izdebski A., Guzowski P., et al. Palaeoecological data indicates land-use changes across Europe linked to spatial heterogeneity in mortality during the Black Death pandemic. Nature Ecology and Evolution 6 (2022) 297-306.

Izdebski A., Bloomfield K., et al., L’émergence d’une histoire environnementale interdisciplinaire. Une approche conjointe de l’Holocène tardif / The emergence of interdisciplinary environmental history: bridging the gap between the humanistic and scientific approaches to the Late Holocene, Annales HSS 77/2 (2022) 1-48.

Haldon J., Izdebski A., et al., SDG 13: Climate Action. How Societies Succeeded or Failed to Respond to Environmental Disruption. In: Gorman D., Gutmann M., Before the SDGs. A Historical Companion to the UN Sustainable Development Goals, Oxford 2022, Oxford University Press, in press.

Dagomar D., Anchukaitis K., Bauch M., Burnham J., Carnegy F., Cui J., de Luna K., Guzowski P., Hambrecht G., Huhtamaa H., Izdebski A., et al. Towards a Rigorous Understanding of Societal Responses to Climate Change. Nature 591 (2021): 539–50.

Zanchetta G., Bini M., Bloomfield K., Izdebski A., et al. Beyond One-Way Determinism: San Frediano’s Miracle and Climate Change in Central and Northern Italy in Late Antiquity, Climatic Change 165 (2021): 25.

Haldon J., Binois-Roman A., Eisenberg M., Izdebski A., Mordechai L., Newfield T., Slavin P., White S., Wnęk K. Between resilience and adaptation: a historical framework for understanding stability and transformation of societies to shocks and stress. In: I. Linkov, J. M. Keenan, B. Trump (eds.), COVID-19: Systemic Risk and Resilience. Cham 2021, Springer, 235-268.

Izdebski A., Persian Christians. In: E. Wipszycka, Monks and hierarchic church in Egypt and the Levant in Late Antiquity, JJP Supplement, Peeters 2021, in press (as appendix).

Izdebski A., Słoczyński T., Bonnier A., Koloch G., Kouli K., Landscape Change and Trade in Ancient Greece: Evidence from Pollen Data, Economic Journal (2020): 10.1093/ej/ueaa026.

Mordechai L., Eisenberg M., Newfield T., Izdebski A., Kay J., Poinar H, The Justinianic Plague: An inconsequential pandemic?, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116/51 (2019): 25546-25554.

Izdebski, A., L. Mordechai, S. White. The Social Burden of Resilience: A Historical Perspective. Human Ecology, 46 (2018) 291-303.

Haldon, J., L. Mordechai, T.P. Newfield, A.F. Chase, A. Izdebski, P. Guzowski, I. Labuhn, N. Roberts. History Meets Palaeoscience: Consilience and Collaboration in Studying Past Societal Responses to Environmental Change. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 9 March 2018, 201716912.

Izdebski A., Jaworski M., Üstündağ H., Sołtysiak A., Bread and class in medieval society: foodways in Anatolia, Journal of Interdisciplinary History 48:3 (2017) 1-23.

Izdebski A., Pickett, J., Roberts N., Waliszewski T., The environmental, archaeological and historical evidence for climatic changes and their societal impacts in the Eastern Mediterranean in Late Antiquity, Quaternary Science Reviews 136 (2016) 189-208.

Izdebski A., Koloch G., Słoczyński T., Wolicka M., On the Use of Palynological Data in Economic History: New Methods and an Application to Agricultural Output in Central Europe,
0--2000 AD, Explorations in Economic History 59 (2016) 17-39.

Izdebski A., Holmgren K., Weiberg E., Stocker S., Büntgen U., Florenzano A., Gogou A., Leroy S.A.G., Luterbacher J., Martrat B., Masi A., Mercuri A.M., Montagna P., Sadori L., Schneider A., Sicre M.-A., Triantaphyllou M., Xoplaki E., Realising consilience: how better communication between archaeologists, historians and geoscientists can transform the study of past climate change in the Mediterranean, Quaternary Science Reviews 136 (2016) 5-22.

Izdebski A., Koloch G., Słoczyński T., Exploring Byzantine and Ottoman economic history with the use of palynological data: a quantitative approach, Jahrbuch der Österreichischen Byzantinistik 65 (2015) 67-110.

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