Katarzyna Bojarska

an art and literature critic, a translator
Katarzyna Bojarska

(born in 1981) – art and literature critic, translator. Assistant professor at the Institute for Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences in the Late Modernity Literature and Culture Research Group, member of the Franz Kafka Muri University in Warsaw. Laureate of the Fulbright Scholarship (Cornell University). Author of the texts and translations, interested in relations between art, literature, history and psychoanalysis, translator of Michael Rothberg’s Multidirectional Memory. Remembering the Holocaust in the Age of Decolonization (Warsaw, 2016) and Susan Buck-Morss’ Hegel, Haiti, and Universal History (Warsaw, 2014). Author of the book Wydarzenia po Wydarzeniu: Białoszewski – Richter – Spiegelman (Warsaw, 2012). From 2011 and 2014, she was a member of the editorial team of Teksty Drugie, as well as co-founder and editor of Widok. Theories and practices of visual culture.

Pic.: Krzysztof Pijarski