Katarzyna Bojarska

an art and literature critic, a translator
Katarzyna Bojarska

(b. 1981) – art and literature critic and translator. Assistant professor at the Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences (Culture and Literature of Late Modernity Research Group), member of the Franz Kafka University of Muri. Holder of the Fulbright Scholarship (Cornell University). Author of texts and translations focused on relations between art, history, and psychoanalysis. Translated Michael Rothberg’s Pamięć wielokierunkowa. Pamiętanie Zagłady w epoce dekolonizacji (Warsaw 2016), Susan Buck-Morss’ Hegel, Haiti i historia uniwersalna (Warsaw 2014) and other books. Authored the book Wydarzenia po Wydarzeniu: Białoszewski – Richter – Spiegelman (Warsaw 2012). In the years 2011-2014 a member of the editorial team of „Teksty Drugie”; co-founder and editor of „Widok. Teorie i Praktyki Kultury Wizualnej” magazine.

Pic.: Krzysztof Pijarski