E-mail: magdalena.wroblewska@ khi.fi.it
2004 Masters Degree in Art History at the University of Warsaw. 2005-2006 Postgraduate Studies in the Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw. Since 2005 assistant in the Institute for Art History, University of Warsaw. Since 2007 member of Art Historians Association in Poland, co-organizer of "Interpreting Photography" conference in 2007, "Jan Białostocki" methodological seminar in 2008, "Big and Little Histories of Photography" in 2009. 2010 Visiting Fellow in Lieven Gevaert Research Centre for Photography, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. Currently working on PhD thesis "Pictures of knowledge and memory. Photographic reproductions of artworks in archives and narrations of art history". Since May 2012 Fellow of the project "Connecting Art Histories in the Museum. The Mediterranean and Asia 400-1650", directed by Gerhard Wolf and Hannah Baader in collaboration with Staatliche Museen zu Berlin.
• History and Theory of Photography
• Artwork Reproduction
• Historiography of Art History
Between Artefacts and Their Representations. Ruins and Antiquities in 19th Century Photography
Connecting Art Histories in the Museum