Piotr Mazurkiewicz is Professor in Political Science at the Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw (UKSW), Member of the Scientific Council at the Institute of Political Studies of the Polish Academy of Science, and Editor-in-Chief of the Christianity-World-Politics Journal.
Michal Gierycz is a political scientist, Associate Professor at the UKSW, Dean of the Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences, and Deputy Editor of the Christianity-World-Politics Journal.
Krzysztof Wielecki is Professor of Sociology at the UKSW, member of the Pontifical Academy of Social Science, and member of the International Association for Critical Realism, the Polish Sociological Association, the International Sociological Association and the Polish Philosophical Society.
Mariusz Sulkowski (PhD) is a political scientist, Lecturer at the Institute of Political Science and Administration of the UKSW, and Secretary of the Editorial Board of the Christianity-World-Politics Journal. His research interests include Islam, European identity, multiculturalism, relations between religion and politics, the work of Eric Voegelin and totalitarianism.
Marcin Zarzecki (PhD) is a sociologist, Head of the Numerical Methodsand Statistical Analyses Laboratory at the UKSW, and Head of the Department of Methodology and Sociological Analysis Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences of the UKSW. He has been awarded the first-grade LUMEN Leaders in University Management Prize by the Polish Rectors Foundation.