Dr. Jasmina Šuler-Galos
Jasmina Šuler Galos was born in Kranj, Slovenia in 1961. She holds a doctorate in Humanities. In 1984, she obtained a masters degree in Russian and Slovenian Studies from the University of Ljubljana. Since 1984, she has been working at the position of Language Lector of Slovenian in Poland, first at the Jagiellonian University of Kraków, and starting from 1993, at the University of Warsaw's Institute of Western and Southern Slavic Studies. In 2003, she finished a postgraduate course in Cultural Studies at the Polish Academy of Science, and in 2009 an analytical course on the Polish language at the University of Warsaw, followed by a course in 20th Century Philosophy at Collegium Civitas' Tadeusz Gadacz School of Philosophy three years later. In 2010, under the supervision of dr Nikolaj Jež and dr Alojzija Zupan, she obtained her PhD title with the thesis entitled Polish and Slovenian novel after 1989: writing a new dictionary and creating new worlds. Her professional interests are numerous, including the history of ideas in Central Europe and the Balkans. She is the co-author of The lexicon of rmigrating ideas in the Slavic Balkans, book translator and interpreter at conferences, as well.
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