UNSW Art & Design E109
- University of Oxford, DPhil History, 2018
- Kingston University & Design Museum, MA Curating Contemporary Design, 2010
- University of Łódź, Poland, MA History of Art, 2008
- Associate Fellow of The Higher Education Academy (UK), 2017
Kasia Jezowska is a Lecturer at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, where she develops teaching and research programme in history and theory of design. Her academic interests centre on the 20th century social and cultural history.
She earned her doctorate in History from the University of Oxford where she researched the intersection between political and design narratives during Cold War. Her doctoral research formed the backbone of a thematic exhibition Back to front. Polish exhibition on show, which was presented in the Triennale Design Museum in Milan in April 2018. Currently she is working on a manuscript of her first book that explores the process of formation of Poland's national identity at the international exhibitions during the Cold War period.
Before joining UNSW in the early 2019, she worked as an Associate Lecturer at the University of the Arts, London across Central Saint Martins, London College of Communication and Chelsea College of Art and was a Visiting Lecturer at the Royal College of Art.