"It is a truism to say that considering almost every area of European culture one could start with the sentence:" already ancient Greeks "because the contribution of ancient Greece to the development of our civilization cannot be overestimated Papuci-Władyka E. 2001, The Art of Ancient Greece, Polish Scientific Publishers PWN, Warsaw.
Director of Paphos Agora Project since 2011, and supervisor of students' field training in Paphos. She has extensive experience in the exploration of Nea Paphos, since in the years 1988-2010 she was regular member of the University of Warsaw mission that explores the villa district known as Maloutena. Director of the grants awarded by the National Science Center: OPUS for 2011-2014 and for the years 2015-2019 MAESTRO, both for financing Krakow research in Paphos.
Head of the Department of Classical Archaeology of the Jagiellonian University Institute of Archaeology (IA UJ). Specialist in the archaeology of Greece, Cyprus and the Black Sea region. She led the Polish team in Polish-Ukrainian excavations in Ukraine: in Koshary (1998-2008, in cooperation with the Archaeological Museum in Odessa) and in Akra (2009-2010, in cooperation with the Donetsk National University and the State Ermitage Museum in St. Petersburg). Takes part in the THALES-EPKA programme of the National and Kapodistrian University in Athens, in which she leads the team of researchers studying Hellenistic pottery from the excavations of the sanctuary of Apollon in Halasarna (modern Kardamena) on the island of Kos. Author and co-author of number of books, e.g. Nea Pafos. Studia nad ceramiką hellenistyczną z polskich wykopalisk (1965-1991) [Nea Paphos. Studies on Hellenistic Pottery from Polish Excavations] (1995) and Sztuka starożytnej Grecji [Art of Ancient Greece] (2001) and over 130 articles. She participated in many intership, scholarships and over 30 national and international conferences. She took part in excavations in Poland, England, Cyprus, Greece and Ukraine. Her scientific interests focus on ancient pottery; she coordinates a preparation of Polish volumes of the international series Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum. Its recent volume, Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum, Poland 11, Cracow 1 (Jagiellonian University Institute of Archaeology and Museum collections) was published by her in 2012, next volumes are in preparation.