Ewa Majewskaa feminist philosopher, a cultural theoretician and an activist
(b. 1978) – a feminist philosopher, a cultural theoretician and an activist. The author of books Feminizm jako filozofia społeczna. Szkice z teorii rodziny [Feminism as a Social Philosophy. Essays on the Theory of Family, 2009] and Sztuka jako pozór? Cenzura i inne formy upolitycznienia kultury [Art as Pretence? Censorship and Other Forms of Political Impact on Culture, 2013], the editor and a co-author of an anthology on political & social transformation Zniewolony umysł 2. Neoliberalizm i jego krytycy [An Enslaved Mind 2. Neoliberalism and its Critics; with J. Sowa, 2007] and Futuryzm miast przemysłowych. Wolfsburg i Nowa Huta [Futurism of Industrial Cities. Wolfsburg and Nowa Huta; with K. Szreder and M. Kaltwasser, 2007]. In the years 2009-2010, she was a visiting scholar at the University of California in Berkeley, then a scholarship holder at Örebro University (Sweden), the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna (2013-2014) and the Institute of Cultural Inquiry in Berlin (2014-2016). In the years 2011-2013, she was an assistant professor at the Chair of Modern Culture of the Jagiellonian University; in 2003, she became a lecturer at the Gender Studies Department of the University of Warsaw. She has published texts, among others, in: Signs. Journal of Women in Culture, e-flux, Transverse, Praktyka Teoretyczna, Widok, Czas Kultury, Etyka, Krytyka Polityczna, Zadra and Przegląd Filozoficzny.