Maria Jóźwicka, PhD

13.05.2020 | 28.10.2020

Assistant Professor

History of Exact Sciences Research Unit

Room: A02

Phone: +48 22 65 72 836

Office hours: Monday, Wednesday, 11am–1pm

E-mail: m.r.jakubowska@gmail.com

ORCID: 0000-0002-4459-3560

M.Jakubowska

Academic interests

  • Philosophy and theology in the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance
  • Editing and publishing; translatology

Education, academic degrees and titles

  • 2009 MA at the Institute of Classical Studies, University of Warsaw [within the College of Inter-area Individual Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences (MISH)]
  • 2012 Postgraduate studies in Editing and Publishing at the Institute of Literary Research, Polish Academy of Sciences
  • 2015 PhD at the Faculty of Polish Studies, University of Warsaw

Employment

  • 2010–2012 teacher of Latin at the Sisters of the Resurrection Secondary School in Warsaw
  • 2016–2019 The National Library of Poland, Early Printed Books Department
  • 2019– Institute for the History of Science, Polish Academy of Sciences – Assistant Professor

Participation in national and international research projects

  • Principal Investigator: Analiza językowa i stylistyczna przekładu łacińskiego „In calumniatorem Platonis” kardynała Bessariona [Analysis of language and style of Cardinal Bessarion’s Latin translation of In calumniatorem Platonis] (financed by the National Science Centre, Poland; Preludium 2011/01/N/HS2/01343; 2011–2013)
  • Team member: Corpus Philosophorum Polonorum (financed by the National Programme for the Development of Humanities [NPRH], Principal Investigator: prof. dr hab. Mikołaj Olszewski; 2017)

Membership in scientific societies and organisations

  • Polish Philological Society, member

Selected publications

Authored and co-authored books

  • Jan Gerson, O teologii mistycznej, with the introduction and translation by M. Jakubowska, Wydawnictwo Marek Derewiecki, seria Ad fontes, Kęty 2012, ss. 299.

Articles

  • Bessarion, Rozważanie nad wersetem Ewangelii św. Jana: „Jeśli chcę, aby on pozostał, aż przyjdę, cóż ci do tego?” (J 21,22), with the introduction, translation, and notes by M. Jakubowska, „Przegląd Tomistyczny”, XVIII (2012), s. 141–166.
  • Wincenty z Aggsbach, Traktat przeciw Gersonowi, with the introduction and translation by M. Jakubowska, „Studia Antyczne i Mediewistyczne”, 9 [44] (2011), s. 130–144.
  • Bartolomeo Scala, List o sławniejszych szkołach filozoficznych i o różnicy między nimi; with the introduction, edition, and translation by M. Jakubowska, „Studia Antyczne i Mediewistyczne”, 8 [43] (2010), s. 189–215.

Review essays and reviews

  • Giuseppe L. Coluccia, Basilio Bessarione. Lo spirito greco e l’Occidente, review by M. Jakubowska, „Odrodzenie i Reformacja w Polsce”, LV (2011), s. 410–413.

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