Affiliation : Jagiellonian University, PolandORCID ID : 0000-0002-9842-1676
Agata is an expert in the field of Linguistics - Turkish Studies at the Faculty of Philology of Jagiellonian University. She has authored a PhD dissertation on the Ottoman Turkish and Turkish music terminology and numerous publications on this and related topics. She is a confident presenter and teacher, able to impart complex information to audiences of all levels. She is a speaker at numerous Polish and international conferences in the fields of Oriental Studies, Linguistics and Musicology. Agata is also a trained classical singer which combined with expertise in Turkic linguistics gives her a unique perspective for research in the interdisciplinary field of music terminology used by musicians and researchers in the regions of Middle East and Central Asia.
2022 she was awarded with a prestigious scholarship START 2022 for outstanding young researchers funded by The Foundation for Polish Science.
2019-2023 she was a Principal Investigator in a research grant funded by The National Science Centre, Poland entitled "Musical Culture of the Ottoman Sultan’s Court in 17th Century Based on Writings of Wojciech Bobowski (vel. Ali Ufki, Bobovius)" (ID: 2018/29/N/HS2/01686).
Since 2015 she teaches Turkish language on BA and MA programmes at the Institute of Oriental Studies - Chair of Turkology (Jagiellonian University).
In 2014 she graduated cum laude from the Jagiellonian University in the field of Oriental Studies – Turkish Studies. Her Master thesis was entitled “Musial Terminology in Modern Turkish. Classical Music”.
In 2015 she graduated from The Karol Lipiński Academy of Music in Wrocław, Poland in the field of Vocal Studies. Her Bachelor thesis was entitled “Orientalism in music”.
During her studies she was being awarded by the Dean of the Faculty of Philology and the Rector of the Jagiellonian University with multiple scholarships and funding for her research purposes. From 2016 she actively supported PhD students at the Jagiellonian University as a board member of the PhD Students Association and also as PhD Candidates' representative in the Faculty Board (Faculty of Philology) and in the Board of the Institute of Oriental Studies.