Born 1981. Assistant professor in the Department of Cultural Studies of the SWPS University in Warsaw. In 2008-2012 worked as assistant and 2012-2019 as assistant professor in the Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences, in the Department of Late Modernity Literature and Culture. Author of articles and translations interested in the relations of art, literature, history and psychoanalysis. Translated among others Michael Rothberg's Multidirectional Memory. Remembering the Holocaust in the Age of Decolonization (Warsaw 2016). Author of a book Wydarzenia po Wydarzeniu: Białoszewski – Richter – Spiegelman [Events after the Event: Białoszewski – Richter – Spiegelman] (Warsaw 2012). Editor and one of translators of Ernst van Alphen's book Criticism as Intervention: Art, Memory, Affect (Krakow 2019). Receipient of numerous research grants and awards. Currently involved in the international research project RePAST within Horizon2020.