Justyna Jaworska (1975) – Assistant Professor in the Section for Film and Visual Culture. She directs the Team for Fashion and Design Research. Her main fields of interest include history of Polish culture in the nineteenth and early twentieth century in terms of image, visual anthropology, history of customs, popular culture, history and theory of fashion. Currently, she is working on a book about Polish 1970’s cinema from the perspective of consumerism. Editorial team member of the journal „Dialog”. At the Institute of Polish Culture, she teaches anthropology of visual culture, 19th and 20th century cultural history, Polish popular culture in Poland and a critical writing workshop. She is the author of the book Cywilizacja „Przekroju”. Misja obyczajowa w magazynie ilustrowanym [The Civilisation of the „Przekrój” Illustrated Magazine. A Lifestyle Mission] (2008), which was nominated for the Gdynia Literary Award in the category of essay; and a co-author of the book Obyczaje polske. Wiek XX w krótkich hasłach [Polish Customs. 20th Century in Short Entries] (2008). She has published in numerous academic journals, including „Kultura Współczesna”, „Przegląd Humanistyczny”, and „Dialog”. Member of research projects: „Expositions of Modernity. National and Thematic Expositions 1821-1929 and Experiencing Modernity” and „The History of Polish Popular Culture in the first half of 20th Century from the Perspective of Transmedia”.