Przemysław Osiewicz is an associate professor at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland, specializing in EU policy toward the MENA region, Iran, and Turkey, a Fulbright Senior Award Visiting Scholar at Georgetown University, Washington D.C., from 2016-2017. Additionally, he authored and co-authored four monographs and over 70 book chapters and articles in political science including "Transformation Processes in Egypt After 2011 – The Causes, Their Course and International Response," R. Fiedler, P. Osiewicz (eds), Logos Verlag, Berlin 2015. 

Previously, Osiewicz served as Secretary of Research Committee RC-18 of the International Political Science Association (IPSA) and served as board member of the International Studies Association (ISA), the Polish International Relations Association (Poznań), and the Asia & Pacific Association. Alongside these roles, Przemysław served as scholar and visiting lecturer at the following Universities: Eastern Mediterranean University (North Cyprus), Chinese Culture University (Taiwan, 2008), National Taipei University (Taiwan, 2009), Selçuk Üniversitesi (Turkey, 2010), Linneaus Univerisity (Sweden, 2011), Konya Üniversitesi (Turkey, 2011), Hogeschool Ghent (Belgium, 2012), the Ministry of Interior (Cyprus, 2012), the Institute for Political and International Studies (Iran, 2013), the University of Nicosia (Cyprus, 2014), University of Nevada in Reno (USA, 2016), Cleveland State University (USA, 2016), Texas State University (USA, 2017), Georgetown University, Washington D.C. (USA, 2015, 2016-17). 

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