Globalization and global history, democratization and democratic backsliding, post-communist transformation in Poland, women’s studies, peace studies, EU/V4-China relations, politics of memory
Visegrad countries with focus on Poland
Polish – mother tongue
English – proficient
German – fluent
Russian and French – basic
Website and Social Media
First professional experience gained through internships at the Polish Embassy in London, Delegation of the European Union to Ethiopia and the Polish
Permanent Representation to the UN in Vienna. Since 2011 volunteer translator at Amnesty International Poland.
Specialist for international cooperation at the Polish Academy of Sciences – Vienna Office (2014-2018), Public Diplomacy Officer at the Polish Embassy in Vienna (2018-2019).
Magister in English Studies from the University of Łódź (Poland). European Joint Master in Global Studies and Global History from the University of Leipzig and University of Vienna.
Research and exchange semesters in China (Fudan University Shaghai), Ethiopia, Germany (University of Leipzig), Hungary (Eötvös-Loránd-Universität Budapest) and the United Kingdom.
Recipient of the OSCE/UNODA Scholarship for Peace and Security (2019), alumna of intensive summer trainings: 1. “How democracies emerge and survive” (2021) from the University of Oslo and 2. “Peace Research” (2022) from the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO)/University of Oslo.
“Endlich frei von der Ideologie werden!” (EN: To break free from an ideology!), IDM Info Europa 2/2022: “Aufbruch im Lokalen”, July 7, 2022
“Polen: RegierungskritikerInnen im Visier der Geheimdienste” (EN: Poland: government critics as targets of secret services), DerStandard and EastBlog, May 2, 2022
“Women’s Voices in Media: A look at Central Europe” with Sofiia Shevchuk, Linda Tothova, Zsofia Biro, Nikoleta Nemeckayova, 2022
“Covid-19 situation in Austria”, a podcast interview for Gazeta Wyborcza/Radio Tok Fm, April 21, 2020