Ania Rolewska was born in Poland in 1987, but since 2007 she has been living in Aberystwyth, Wales. She graduated from Aberystwyth University with a First Class BA Honours degree in Celtic Studies, followed by MA (Distinction) in International Politics, Welsh Politics and Society. Her interests encompass a wide range of academic subjects, including languages, linguistics, sociology of minority cultures and intellectual history. Her research to date focused specifically on the impact of devolution on political ideologies, and its implications for language policy and planning.
Ania is currently working at Aberystwyth University as Mercator Institute Project Coordinator. In addition to Literature Across Frontiers, she coordinates a number of other projects in the Institute’s portfolio, including Mercator LEARNMe, Wales Literature Exchange, ReDraw, and many more. She is also engaged as the Welsh Language Commissioner Policy Officer .
Ania speaks fluent Polish, English and Welsh and has some knowledge of Irish and Latin.