Dr Julia Lewandowska is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of “Artes Liberales”, University of Warsaw. Between 2010-2015 she was a National Science Centre-funded doctoral fellow; between 2010-2011 and 2013-2014 she has held long term research scholarships at the Centre for Women’s History (now ADHUC) at the Universitat de Barcelona and at the Superior Council of Scientific Research (CSIC) in Madrid. Her primary field of scholarly specialization is women’s cultural and literary history in early modern Spain and colonial Latin Americas with a focus on sociocultural notions of religiosity, authority, and gender. Areas of teaching and research interest include: feminist theology, literary authority and authorship in early modern culture; history of emotions in religious discourses. She has published in scientific journals, as: Itinerarios, Terminus, Teksty Drugie, and publishing houses as: Iberoamericana, Renacimiento, Cambridge Scholar Publishing, Tirant Lo Blanch. She is a fellow member of PRO RHETORICA Interdisciplinary Centre of Applied Rhetoric (IBL PAN); Female Spirituality Project (Women´s Archive Project, IBL PAN), Polish Association of Hispanists (PSH), and European Society for Women in Theological Research (ESWTR).