Anna is a cultural historian of Modern Europe (Phd, Adam Mickiewicz University 2019, MA, University of Michigan 2015, MA, Adam Mickiewicz University 2004); a museum specialist (Graduate Certificate in Museum Studies, University of Michigan 2014) cooperating with historical museums in Poznań; Polish-English translator of texts in the humanities (e.g. the translator of the book ‘Contemporary Lives of the Past’ by Julkowska and Werner), and the owner of an English language school in Poland where she also teaches. Her research interests and most of her publications focus on Visual Studies, War Photography, Memorials, Museums. She has worked on the visual dimensions of the Balkan conflict, war in Vietnam, second world war, and anti-communist uprising in Poznań in 1956. Currently she is working on her book entitled ‘Memory and Visuality. Representations of the Second World War in Poznań in the 20th and 21st centuries’. The questions of visual truth, visual literacy and visual rhetoric are in the center of her reflections.
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