I obtained a BA in English and Comparative Literature from the University of Warwick (2019), and an MSt in Comparative Literature and Critical Translation from St Cross College, University of Oxford (2021). Throughout my studies at Warwick and Oxford, I wrote on English, French, German, and Polish modernist literature and theatre.
In my doctoral thesis, I focus on the writings of Stefan Themerson, Józef Czapski, and Maria Kuncewicz in the light of their treatment of the notions of Polishness (and Polish art) and cosmopolitanism (and world art).
My DPhil research is generously supported by the Rawnsley Graduate Studentship at St Hugh's College.
I am also the co-convenor of the Oxford Comparative Criticism and Translation (OCCT) Research Centre Discussion Group, and of the Polish Studies Working Group.