dr hab. Zofia Kolbuszewska, prof. UWr

dr hab. Zofia Kolbuszewska, prof. UWr
Position Associate Professor
Department Department of American Literature and Culture
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Office hours http://www.ifa.uni.wroc.pl/dla-studenta/office-hours/?lang=pl
Biography


Zofia Kolbuszewska teaches about American literature and culture, media as well as forensic imagination. She also taught at SUNY, University at Buffalo, USA. Her research interests include American Gothic, postmodernism and neobarque, ekphrasis as remediation, anthropology of culture, media archaeology, utopian studies as well as relations between science and literature and between literature and art (history). She received her doctoral (1998) and postdoctoral (2008) degrees from the Catholic University of Lublin.  

 

 

 

 




 

 

 

 

Publications

 

Books

 * (Im)perfection Subverted, Reloaded and Networked: Utopian Discourse across Media. Ed. Barbara Klonowska, Zofia Kolbuszewska, Grzegorz Maziarczyk. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2015.

 * Thomas Pynchon and the (De)Vices of Global (Post)Modernity. Ed. by Zofia Kolbuszewska. Lublin: Wydawnictwo KUL, 2012 (appeared 2013)

 * Echoes of Utopia: Notions, Rhetoric, Poetics. Ed. by Barbara Klonowska, Zofia Kolbuszewska, Grzegorz Maziarczyk. Lublin: Wydawnictwo KUL, 2012.

 Margins and Centers Reconsidered: Multiple Perspectives on English Language Literatures. Ed. Barbara Klonowska and Zofia Kolbuszewska. Lublin: The Learned Society of the Catholic University Press, 2008.

 * The Purloined Child: American Identity and Representations of Childhood in American Literature 1851-2000. Lublin: Wydawnictwo KUL (KUL Publishers), 2007. [reviewed in: The Americanist 25 (2009-2010): 185-191]

 * The Poetics of Chronotope in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon. Lublin: The Learned Society of the Catholic University Press, 2000. [reviewed in: Pynchon Notes 46–49 (2000–2001): 239–43]

Articles and chapters in collections

 * “Posthumanistyczny realizm Roberta Coovera: ożywione obrazy, ekfraza i materialność w powieści Pinocchio in Venice (Pinokio w Wenecji) [Robert Coover’s Posthumanist Realism: Living Pictures, Ekphrasis and Materiality in Pinocchio in Venice].” Barth, Barthelme, Coover. Red. Zuzanna Ładyga. Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, 2015. 181-197.


* “From Philip K. Dick’s Dystopian World to Hollywood Utopian Vision: ‘We Can Remember It for You Wholesale,’ Wunderkammer, Memory and Total Recall.” Mediated Utopias: From Literature to Cinema. Ed. Artur Blaim and Ludmiła Gruszewska-Blaim. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2015. 155-167.

* “An Abject Guide to America: CSI Lab Autopsy and Stomach Contents as an (Ironic) Index of Interiorizing the Global and the Local.” Eating America: Crisis, Sustenance, Sustainability. Ed. Justyna Kociatkiewicz, Laura Suchostawska, Dominika Ferens. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2015. 82-91.

 * “Dlaczego ostatnie słowo nie należy do sędziego Holdena, czyli rzecz o dziecku i neobarokowej apoteozie materialności (Krwawy południk)” [Why the Last Word Does Not Belong to Judge Holden: Of the Kid and Neobaroque Apotheosis of Materiality (Blood Meridian)]. Cormac McCarthy. Ed. Marek Paryż. Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, 2014.

  “Gothic Automata and the Kunstkammer Island: The Pianotuner of Earthquakes by Quay Brothers. Expanding the Gothic Canon: Studies in Literature, Film and New Media. Ed. Anna Kardela and Andrzej Kowalczyk. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2014. 231-245.

 * “Gothic metalepsis and Ekphrastic Horror: Self-Conscious Reflection on the Ambivalent Cultural Status in Stephen King’s ‘The Road Virus Heads North.’” All that Gothic. Ed. Agnieszka Łowczanin and Dorota Wiśniewska. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2014. 37-44.

 * “’Between Hell and Purgatory’: From Baudelaire’s Allegory of Commodified Female to Pynchon’s Neobaroque in V.” Thomas Pynchon. Ed. Benedicte Chorier-Fryd and Gilles Chamerois. Montpellier: Presses Universitaires de la Méditerranée (PULM), 2014. 271-283.

 * “Ożywione obrazy malarskie w utworach Stephena Kinga” [Alive Paintings in Stephen King’s Works]. Inne Bębny: różnica i

niezgoda w literaturze i kulturze amerykańskiej [Other Drums: Difference and Dissent In American Literature and Culture]. Red. Ewa Antoszek, Katarzyna Czerwiec-Dykiel, Izabella Kimak. Lublin: Wydawnictwo UMCS, 2013.

 * “Forensic Imagination and the Materiality of Experience.” American Experience – The Experience of America. Ed. Andrzej Ceynowa and Marek Wilczynski. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2013. 37-49.

 * “A Graphic Story of Writing a Novel: (Pe)R(e)verse Ekphrasis in Edward Gorey’s ‘The Unstrung Harp.’” The Lives of Texts: Exploring the Metaphor. Ed. Andrzej Kowalczyk and Katarzyna Pisarska. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012. 51-60.

 * „Transpokoleniowy fantom, krypta, kryptonimia i anasemia: w kręgu neo-freudowskiej herezji Nicolasa Abrahama i Marii Torok” [Transgenerational Phantom, the Crypt, Cryptonymy and Anasemia: Of neo-Freudian Heresy of Nicolas Abraham and Maria Torok] Psychoanalityczne Interpretacje literatury: Freud-Jung-Fromm-Lacan [Psychoanalytical Interpretations of Literature: Freud-Jung-Fromm-Lacan]. Ed. Edward Fiała i Ireneusz Piekarski. Lublin: Wydawnictwo KUL, 2012. 301-312.

 * “Wstęga Möbiusa jako trajektoria amerykańskiego mitu (Americana Ratner’s Star)” [Moebius Strip a a Trajectory of the American Myth (Americana Ratner’s Star)] Mistrzowie Literatury amerykańskiej: Don DeLillo [Masters of American Literature: Don DeLillo]. Ed. Marek Paryż. Warszawa: Wydawnictwa Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, 2012. 15-31.

 * “Anamorphosis and Paramorphosis: Thomas Pynchon’s (Neo)Baroque Strategies of Figuring the Surplus of Sense in V. and Against the Day.” The Language of Sense, Common-Sense and Nonsense. Ed. Ewa Borkowska,Tomasz Burzyński, Maciej Nowak. Bielsko-Biała: Wydawnictwo Wyższej Szkoły Ekonomiczno-Humanistycznej, 2011. 65-72.

* “Childhood as a Metaphor: Motif and Narrative Device in Mason & Dixon.” Pynchon Notes 56-57 (2009) [published  2011]  : 229-241.

 * “Of Dystopia, Desire and Death: Goto, the Island of Flies.” Imperfect Worlds and Dystopian Narratives in Contemporary Cinema. Ed. Artur Blaim and Ludmiła Gruszewska-Blaim. Frankfurt a/ Main: Peter Lang, 2011. 31-44.

 * “The Discontents of Applied Teratology: A Crisis of Monstrosity in Charles Brockden Brown’s ‘Somnambulism: A Fragment.’” Polish Journal for American Studies 2 (2008): 17-29. Poznań: Wyd. UAM, 2009.

 * “Looping Out of a Postmodern Vicious Circle: White Noise, (neo)Romantic Child and Autopoetics.” Structure and Uncertainty. Ed. Ludmiła Gruszewska-Blaim and Artur Blaim. Lublin: Maria Curie-Skłodowska University Press, 2008. 47-64.

 * “Pynchon, Kant, Lyotard, and the Sublime.” Approaches to Teaching Pynchon’s The Crying of Lot 49 and Other Works. Ed. Thomas H. Schaub. New York: The Modern Language Association of America, 2008. 163-168.

* “Killing of the (Inner) Child,  Auto-American-Biography and American Sublime in Joseph Heller’s Something Happened.” Literary Childhoods: Growing Up in British and American Literature. Ed. Šárka Bubíková et al. Pardubice: Pavel Mervart & Pardubice Univerzita, 2008. 115-130.

 * “Performativity as an Instrument of Revenge: Kressmann Taylor’s ‘Address Unknown’ and Speech Act Theory.” Texts in/of Texts. Ed. Artur Blaim i Joanna Kokot. Lublin: Maria Curie-Skłodowska University Press, 2007. 109-119.

*“Shirley Jackson’s Witch Children: Celebrating The American Myth By Subverting The Cult Of The Child And  Disrupting The Narratives Of Domesticity.” Conformity and Resistance in America. Red. Jacek Gutorow and Tomasz Lebiecki. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007.127-137.

 *”Thomasa Pynchona (neo)barokowa filozofia tekstyliów” [Thomas Pynchon’s (Neo)baroque Philosophy of Textiles]. Pejzaże kultury. Prace ofiarowane Prof. Jackowi Kolbuszewskiemu w 65 rocznicę Jego urodzin [Landscapes of Culture: Essays Offered to Prof. Jacek Kolbuszewski on his 65th Birthday] Red. Władysław Dynak i Marian Ursel. Wrocław: Wyd. Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego, 2005. 559-568.

 * “What’s Really Haunting King Yrjö’s Estate? : The Uncanny and the Discourse of Waste in Thomas Pynchon’s ‘The Secret Integration.’” Memory, Haunting Discourse. Red. Maria Holmgren Troy and Elisabeth Wennö. Karlstadt: Karlstadt University Press, 2005. 255-264.

 * “Ekphrastic Tension between Verbal and Visual Representation in ‘Pictures of the Artist’: Bernard Malamud’s Synthesis of  the Western and Judaic Traditions.” Texts of Literature, Texts of Culture. Ed. Ludmiła Gruszewska-Blaim and Artur Blaim. Lublin: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej, 2005. 151-166.

 * “A Rewriting of a Canonical Text as an Exploration of the Unspeakable: A Comparison of the Chronotopes of Henry James’s The Turn of the Screw and Joyce Carol Oates’s ‘Accursed Inhabitants of the House of Bly,’” in: Paradoksy humanistytki: Księga pamiątkowa ku czci Profesora Andrzeja Zgorzelskiego, ed.  Ola Kubińska and David Malcolm. Gdańsk: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Gdańskiego, 2001. 181-188.

 * “Edward Gorey’s Beastly Babies, Gashlycrumb Tinies, and Hapless Children,” in: Local Colors of the Stars and StripesBritish and American Studies, vol.3, ed. Marta Wiszniowska. Toruń: Wydawnictwo Uniw. Mikołaja Kopernika, 2001. 395-408.

 * "The Frontier Reinscribed: (Hiero)glyphs in Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon," in: Crosscurrents: Literature, Culture and Language. Essays in honour of Professor Irena Dobrzycka, ed. Andrzej Weseliński i Jerzy Wełna. Warszawa: Wydawnictwa Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, 2000. 57-66.

 * "Thomas Pynchon's Modification of the Gothic Convention in Mason & Dixon," in: Systems, Genres,   Conventions, ed. Andrzej Zgorzelski. Lublin: Folium, 1999. 91-118.

 * "'It Has to Be More Than the Simple Conditioning of a Child, Once Upon a Time': The Use of the Child in Gravity's Rainbow,"  Pynchon Notes 42-43 (Spring-Fall 1998):111-120.

 * “Vineland: The Bakhtinian Chronotope of a Postmodernist Novel,” in: Approaches to Fiction, ed. Leszek Kolek. Lublin: Wydawnictwo Folium, 1996. 99-124.

 * “Amerykański mit drogi, góry, Zen i świadomość ekologiczna” [The American Myth of the Road, Mountains, Zen and Ecological Consciousness], in: Góry, literatura, kultura, [Mountains, Literature, Culture] ed. Jacek Kolbuszewski, vol 2. Wrocław: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego, 1996. 115-124.

 * “Gothic Elements in Thomas Pynchon's Vineland,” in: America's Cultural CrossroadsBritish and American Studies, vol. 2, ed. Marta Wiszniowska. Toruń, Wydawnictwo Uniw. Mikołaja Kopernika, 1996. 37-55.

 Published conference papers:

 * “Child Abduction as a Gothic Palimpsest of Discourses in Toni Cade Bambara’s Those Bones Are Not My Child.”  American Freedoms, American (Dis)Orders vol. II. Red. Zbigniew Lewicki. Warszawa: Ośrodek Studiów Amerykanistycznych, 2006. 31-40.

 * “’Naked Nude’: A Portrait of the Artist as a Thief in Bernard Malamud’s Pictures of Fidelman.”Perspectives on Literature. Red. Leszek S. Kolek, Aleksandra Kędzierska, Anna Kędra-Kardela.Lublin: Wydawnictwo UMCS, 2004. 147-154.

 * “An Artist’s Progress: Athur Fidelman’s Journey to the Limits of Western Art in Bernard Malamud’s ‘Pictures of the Artist’”,Traveling Subjects: American Journeys in Space and Time ed. by Dominika Ferens, Justyna Kociatkiewicz, Elżbieta Klimek-Dominiak. Kraków: Wyd. Rabid, 2004. 219-230.

 * “’Naked Nude’: A Portrait of the Artist as a Thief in Bernard Malamud’s Pictures of Fidelman”, Perspectives on Literature, ed. By Leszek S. Kolek, Aleksandra Kędzierska, Anna Kędra-Kardela.Lublin: Wydawnictwo UMCS, 2004. 147-154.

 * “Fiction Squared: The Gothic Dream within a Dream in Ambrose Bierce’s

‘The Death of Halpin Frayser’”, Conventions and Texts ed. By Andrzej Zgorzelski. Gdańsk: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Gdańskiego, 2003. 174-186.

*  “Between ‘The Book of Daniel,’ Freud, and Jung: The Apocalyptic Child in Stephen King’s The Shining,” in: Proceedings of the 1999 PAAS Conference in Łódź, ed. Agnieszka Salska and Zbigniew Maszewski. Łódź: Wyd. Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, 2001. 225-235.

 * “Fraktale w literaturze” [Fractals in literature], in: Przestrzeń w nauce współczesnej [Space in Contemporary Science], ed. Stefan Symotiuk and Grzegorz Nowak. Lublin: Wyd. UMCS, 2000. 59-68.

 * "From the Text as a Child to the Child as a Text: Representations of the Child in American Literature," in: Proceedings of the East-West American Studies Conference 14-17 October, 1998, ed. Christa Buschendorf, Astrid Franke, and Thomas Clark. Frankfurt am Main: Center for North American Studies, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, 2000. 40-53.

 * "Postmodernistycznego podwieczorku model Learyczny" [The Learical Model of a Postmodernist Tea Party], in: Oczywisty urok biesiadowania [The Obvious Charm of Feasting], ed. Piotr Kowalski. Wrocław: Towarzystwo Przyjaciół Polonistyki Wrocławskiej, 1998. 235-241.

 * "The Double Chronotope of V.: Postmodernism and Modernism in Thomas Pynchon's First Novel," in: PASE Papers in Literature, Language, and Culture. Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Conference of the Polish Association for the Study of English, Puławy, April 1997, ed. Edmund Gusssmann and Bogdan Szymanek. Lublin: The University Press of the Catholic University of Lublin, 1998. 217-228.

 * “An Artist’s Progress: Athur Fidelman’s Journey to the Limits of Western Art in Bernard Malamud’s ‘Pictures of the Artist’”,Traveling Subjects: American Journeys in Space and Time ed. by Dominika Ferens, Justyna Kociatkiewicz, Elżbieta Klimek-Dominiak. Kraków: Wyd. Rabid, 2004. 219-230.

 * “’Naked Nude’: A Portrait of the Artist as a Thief in Bernard Malamud’s Pictures of Fidelman”, Perspectives on Literature, ed. By Leszek S. Kolek, Aleksandra Kędzierska, Anna Kędra-Kardela.Lublin: Wydawnictwo UMCS, 2004. 147-154.

 * “Fiction Squared: The Gothic Dream within a Dream in Ambrose Bierce’s

‘The Death of Halpin Frayser’”, Conventions and Texts ed. By Andrzej Zgorzelski. Gdańsk: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Gdańskiego, 2003. 174-186.

*  “Between ‘The Book of Daniel,’ Freud, and Jung: The Apocalyptic Child in Stephen King’s The Shining,” in: Proceedings of the 1999 PAAS Conference in Łódź, ed. Agnieszka Salska and Zbigniew Maszewski. Łódź: Wyd. Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, 2001. 225-235.

 * “Fraktale w literaturze” [Fractals in literature], in: Przestrzeń w nauce współczesnej [Space in Contemporary Science], ed. Stefan Symotiuk and Grzegorz Nowak. Lublin: Wyd. UMCS, 2000. 59-68.

 * "From the Text as a Child to the Child as a Text: Representations of the Child in American Literature," in: Proceedings of the East-West American Studies Conference 14-17 October, 1998, ed. Christa Buschendorf, Astrid Franke, and Thomas Clark. Frankfurt am Main: Center for North American Studies, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, 2000. 40-53.

 * "Postmodernistycznego podwieczorku model Learyczny" [The Learical Model of a Postmodernist Tea Party], in: Oczywisty urok biesiadowania [The Obvious Charm of Feasting], ed. Piotr Kowalski. Wrocław: Towarzystwo Przyjaciół Polonistyki Wrocławskiej, 1998. 235-241.

 * "The Double Chronotope of V.: Postmodernism and Modernism in Thomas Pynchon's First Novel," in: PASE Papers in Literature, Language, and Culture. Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Conference of the Polish Association for the Study of English, Puławy, April 1997, ed. Edmund Gusssmann and Bogdan Szymanek. Lublin: The University Press of the Catholic University of Lublin, 1998. 217-228.

  * "A Narcissistic or an Innocent Narrator? Creating Autobiography in the Novels of Jerzy Kosiński," in: Jerzy Kosiński. Man and Work at the Crossroads of Cultures, ed. Agnieszka Salska and Marek Jedliński. Łódź: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, 1997. 69-78. Tekst przełożony na język polski jako (the text translated into Polish as): "Narrator narcystyczny czy niewinny? Kreacja autobiografii w powieściach Jerzego Kosińskiego" in: Jerzy Kosiński: Być tu i tam [Jerzy Kosiński: To Be Here and There]. Warszawa: Wyd. Da Capo, 1997. 79-90.

  * "Swoi i Obcy w przestrzeni wirtualnej" [Friends and Aliens in Virtual Space], in: Swoi i obcy w literaturze i kulturze [Friends and Aliens in Literature and Culture], ed. Elżbieta Rzewuska. Lublin: Wydawnictwo UMCS, 1997. 149-157.

 * “Thomas Pynchon as a Neo-baroque writer: Instability, Disorder and Fractal Spaces in The Crying of Lot 49 and Vineland,” in: Canons, Revisions, Supplements in American Literature and Culture. Proceedings of the Conference of Polish Association for American Studies, Poznań, October 26-28 1995, ed. Marek Wilczyński. Poznań: Wydawnictwo Bene Nati, 1997. 151 - 167.

 * “The Search for Identity in Robert Pirsig's Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: America and the Frontiers of Western Culture,” in: Literature and American Identity: Immigration, Assimilation, and the Frontier. Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Fulbright Conference on American Literature and Culture. Poznań, USIS, 1995. 19-24.

 * “Discontent with Democracy in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon,” in: Polish-American Literary Confrontations, ed. Joanna and Jerzy Durczak. Lublin: Maria Curie-Skłodowska Univ. Press, 1995. 75-80.

  * “Thomas Pynchon's Treatment of Space in Vineland,” in: Literature, Politics, and Society in America: Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Fulbright Conference on American Literature and Culture. Poznań: USIS, 1994. 83-90.Reprinted in: Home Thoughts From Abroad, British and American Studies, vol 1., ed. Marta Wiszniowska. Toruń: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Mikołaja Kopernika, 1995. 201-219.

 Reviews:

 *  Review of Sascha Pöhlmann's  Pynchon's Postnational Imagination, Universitätsverlag Winter, 2010. Polish Journal for American Studies 5 (2011): 200-205.

 * “Between the Said-ness, Ipseity of the Same and Amphibology of the Saying’s Trace: Zuzanna Ładyga’s Levinasian Exploration of Donald Barthelme’s Ethics of Referentiality.” Review of: Zuzanna Ładyga Rethinking Postmodern Subjectivity: Emmanuel Levinas and the Ethics of Referentiality in the Work of Donald Barthelme, Peter Lang, 2009. Polish Journal for American Studies 3 (2009): 173-177.

 * “Z. Kolbuszewska on Kenneth Millard’s Coming of Age in Contemporary American Fiction.” European Journal of American Studies [Online], Reviews 2008, document 5, Online since 01 December 2008, connection on 17 December 2011. URL : http://ejas.revues.org/3523 

* Review of: Mark G. Spencer, David Hume and Eighteenth-Century America. Rochester, NY:  University of Rochester Press, 2005. Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik 31.1 (2006): 109- 112.

 *  “An Elated Eye: Scandinavian Perspectives.” Rev. of  Blissful Bewilderment: Studies in the Fiction of Thomas Pynchon, ed.by Anne Mangen and Rolf Gaasland. Pynchon Notes 50-51 (2002 [published 2004]) : 136- 153.

 * Review of: Maria Holmgren Troy, In the First Person and in the House:The House Chronotype in Four Works by  American Women Writers. Uppsala: Uppsala University Press, 1999. In: American Studies in Scandinavia, Vol. 35.2 (2003):110-117.

 * Słowo jako list (The Word as a Letter). Rev. of Danuta Piestrzyńska's translation of Emily Dickinson's letters List do świata(A Letter to the World). Kraków: Znak, 1994. Akcent 61-62 (1995): 175-177.

 

 Translations

 * Pagin, Peter. "Interpretacja radykalna a struktura kompozycyjna języka" (Radical Interpretation and Compositional Structure) (with Anna Stanisławska) Dyskusje z Davidsonem o prawdzie, języku i umyśle. Ed. U.Żegleń. Lublin,:TN KUL, 1996, 178-202. 

 * Cappelen, Hermann and Ernie Lepore. "Odmiany wyrażeń cudzysłowowych" (Varieties of Quotation) (with Anna Stanisławska) Dyskusje z Davidsonem o prawdzie, języku i umyśle. Ed. U.Żegleń. Lublin: TN KUL, 1996, 223-249.

* Thomas Baldwin. "Jacques Derrida - intencjonalność jako różnia" (Jacques Derrida—Intentionality as Differance) (with Anna Stanisławska). Filozofować dziś. Z badań nad filozofią najnowszą. Ed. Andrzej Bronk. Lublin: TN KUL, 1995. 19-37.

 * John Chandler. "Feminizm a epistemologia" (Feminism and Epistemology) (with Anna Stanisławska). Filozofować dziś. Z badań nad filozofią najnowszą. Ed. Andrzej Bronk. Lublin: TN KUL, 1995. 141-159.

 * Marian Borowski. "On Physical, Psychical, Ideal and Fictitious Objects"(O przedmiotach fizycznych, psychicznych, idealnych I fikcyjnych). Philosophy of Mind in the Lvov-Warsaw School. Ed. Urszula M.Żegleń. Axiomathes 1 (April 1995): 59-77.

 * Kazimierz Twardowski. "Remarks on the Classification of Views on the             Relation of the Soul and the Body"(W sprawie klasyfikacji poglądów na wzajemny stosunek duszy I ciała). Philosophy of Mind in the Lvov-Warsaw School. Ed. Urszula M. Żegleń. Axiomathes 1 (April 1995): 25-29. 

* Michael Llewellyn Smith. “Etyka a stosunki międzynarodowe” (Ethics and International Relations) (with Rafał  Wierzchosławski). Roczniki Filozoficzne XLII (1994), 2: 17-31.

* William Watkin. “Zmęczenie biegiem: O'Hara, Pollock i upadek awangardy” (Tired Legs: O'Hara, Pollock and the Decline of Avantgarde). Kresy 16(1993): 208- 213.

 

 

 

 






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American literature exam retake (lecture) DSL1 & DSL2,

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A retake of the exam in American literature (lecture) for DSL1 & DSL2 will take place on Sept. 6, 2017  at 12:00 in room 214.