Born 1986. She defended her PhD, entitled Życie rzeczy w powojennej Polsce (1945-1949) (The Life of Things in Post-War Poland), at the Institute of Polish Culture, University of Warsaw. Author of articles in numerous academic journals, including:, „Konteksty”, „Kultura Współczesna”, „Kultura Popularna”, „Kwartalnik Filmowy”, „Czas Kultury”, „Fashion Theory”, „Critical Studies in Fashion and Beauty”. In 2020, she received a Kosciuszko Foundation Fellowship (2021). In 2019, she was a Post-doc Fellow at The University of Chicago, Department of Anthropology. Agata was a visiting scholar at Indiana University Bloomington (2016), at University College London (2014), and Carleton University in Ottawa (2011). She was the recipient of individual grants PRELUDIUM (2015–2019) and ETIUDA (2017–2018) from the National Science Centre in Poland. She was a member of the research team in the Horizon 2020 project: “Re-Past – Revisiting the Past, Anticipating the Future.” Her research interests lay in material culture, property relations, critical theory, and cultural history of the 20th century. She is currently working on the experience of ownership changes in socialist and post-socialist transitions in Poland.