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Kazimiera Szczuka

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Kazimiera Szczuka (Polish pronunciation: kaźi'mjera-'szczuka; born 22 June 1966 in Warsaw) is a Polish historian of literature, literary critic, feminist, journalist and television personality, known from the Polish edition of The Weakest Link. Life and career She was born on 22 June 1966 to father Stanisław Szczuka, a lawyer and a political dissident in the times of PRL, and mother Janina (née Winawer), a doctor from an assimilated Polish-Jewish family. She is a great-great-granddaughter of chess player Szymon Winawer. She is a graduate of the University of Warsaw where she obtained her MA degree under supervision of Maria Janion. She published articles in such newspapers and magazines as Gazeta Wyborcza, Res Publica Nova, Teksty Drugie and Zadra. She also taught gender studies at the Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN). She has collaborated with the Krytyka Polityczna circle of intellectuals and Feminoteka women's rights organization. In
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