Anthropology, post-socialism, aesthetics
You Weren’t Standing Here, Sir!, Przekrój, 2020
The Calvert Journal, 2016 and re-published in Przekrój, 2020
American dreams. How colourful kitsch overtook eastern Poland post-1989 (the edited version of the original guest essay for Paulina Korobkiewicz's book Disco Polo re-published in the Calvert Journal), 2016
Data and technology
When Technology Becomes Political, Ethics Becomes Imperative, technovirtuism, 2020
Data visualisation: truth or interpretation?, 360Giving, 2018
Questions you want open data to answer, 360Giving, 2018
Challenge Fund – seven weeks in, 360Giving, 2018
The 360Giving forum – a place for discussion, 360Giving, 2018
Women in Poland are fighting for their reproductive rights, HUCK magazine, 2016
Social media: women's movements go viral, Womankind Worldwide, 2016
“One day, the old mothers came to perform the ritual. I was told not to cry”, Womankind Worldwide, 2016
Moving Mountains on International Women's Day and every day, Womankind Worldwide, 2016
Travel by Art, 2013 - I researched and wrote content for the Travel by Art mobile app by Ermellino Ltd., a Paris travel guide presenting the stories of its famous visitors, including artists, writers, philosophers, intellectuals.
I am a London-based writer and researcher working in policy and strategy development. I received my MSc in Local Economic Development from The London School of Economics and Political Science and my BA in Anthropology and Media from Goldsmiths, University of London.
My interests include economic development strategies, ICT4D, smart cities, civic data, gender, sustainable tourism, post-socialism and urban anthropology.
I am skilled in strategy, policy analysis and development, qualitative research, writing, communications; and available for copywriting, researching, editing, and creative collaboration.