Professor Nina Gładziuk obtained her Ph.D in political philosophy at the University of Warsaw in 1992 and her post-doc degree at the Institute of Political Studies (Polish Academy of Sciences) in 2006 where she works continuously since 1990. She was a lecturer at the University of Warsaw, Warsaw School of Economics, Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski University and currently Collegium Civitas in Warsaw. She was awarded Katarzyna Kalwinska Fellowship at the New School for Social Research (1986-88), Fulbright Research Senior Grant (1994-95) and Research Grant at the International Center for Jefferson Studies (2002). Her books include: study of archetype of polis in Hannah Arendt’s writings; analysis of the relationship between classic Greek political theory and Aristotelian gynecology; and complex monograph focused on the 17th-century English political thought. In her free time she enjoys outdoors activities and experimentation in cooking.