Grażyna Jurkowlaniec (PhD 2000, habilitation degree 2009) is Assistant Professor (since 2000) and Director (since 2012) of the Institute of Art History at University of Warsaw. She specializes in art and artistic patronage between the thirteenth and sixteenth century in Europe.
In 2005 she visited the Wissenschaftskolleg in Berlin with Andrew W. Mellon East-Central European Research Fellows Program. In 2007 she was a guest scholar at Geisteswissenschaftliches Zentrum Geschichte und Kultur Ostmitteleuropas (GWZO) an der Universität Leipzig and in 2010 she was granted a Humboldt Research Fellowship for Experienced Researchers. Twice she was awarded a Lanckoronski Foundation scholarship (2003 and 2007) for her research in Rome.
In 2004-2013 she was a co-editor of Ikonotheka, a journal published by the Institute
of Art History, University of Warsaw. In 2013 she joined the editorial board of the Journal of the National Museum in Warsaw. New Series. Since 2013 she has also been a member of the board of the Polish-German Scientific Award COPERNICUS,
a common undertaking between the Foundation for Polish Science and Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, and since 2014 – a member of the board of the National Program for the Humanities (Narodowy Program Rozwoju Humanistyki – NPRH) appointed by the Minister of Science and Higher Education (MNiSW).
She is an author of the first Polish translation of Erwin Panofsky's Die Perspektive
als „symbolische Form“ (2008).