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Dyscyplina naukowa i prowadzone badania:
literaturozawstwo- literatura średnioangielska - mediewalizmy

Przebieg kariery naukowej:
2014 doktor habilitowany nauk humanistycznych w zakresie literaturoznawstwa
2005 doktor nauk humanistycznych w zakresie literaturoznawstwa
2001 magister filologii angielskiej

Publikacje:

Monografie:

  1. Inscription on the Body: Monstrous Children in Middle English Literature (Katowice: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego, 2009).
  2. Fantasies of the Other’s Body in Middle English Oriental Romance (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2013).

Artykuły:
- opublikowane:

  1. “Marienburg, Polish Gentry Forays, and Barragon Cloth in Przemysław Mroczkowski’s Translation of Chaucer’s Knight’s Tale”. In The Light of Life: Essays in Honour of Professor Barbara Kowalik. Ed. Maria Błaszkiewicz and Łukasz Neubauer. Kraków: Wydawnictwo Libron, 2017. 81-92.
  2. “Litanic Verse in Of on that is so fayr and bright and the Harley Ms The Five Joys of Mary”. Terminus. Vol. 18. No 1 (2016), 1-16.
  3. “Hail! The Heaven-born Prince of Peace!”: The Eighteenth- Century and Romanticism in England”. In  Litanic Verse II. Britannia, Germiania et Scandinavia. Ed. Witold Sadowski, Magdalena Kowalska and Magdalena Maria Kubas. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2016. 87-106.
  4. “‘That order of apostles is widely honoured by the nations’: Pre-Chaucerian English Poetry”.  In Litanic Verse II. Britannia, Germiania et Scandinavia. Ed. Witold Sadowski, Magdalena Kowalska and Magdalena Maria Kubas. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2016. 9-30.
  5. “Boundaries and Laughter in the Chester Noah’s Flood”. In Polytropos. Na drogach Tadeusza Sławka/Tracing Tadeusz Sławek’s Roots. Ed. Piotr Bogalecki, Zbigniew Kadłubek, Alina Mitek-Dziemba, Karolina Pospiszyl. Katowice: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego, 2016. 277-289.
  6. “Honourable Slave Traders and Aristocratic Slaves in Middle English Floris and Blancheflour”. Acta Philologica. Vol. 49 (2016), 79-90.
  7. “Risus mediaevalis in George R.R. Martin’s Song of Ice and Fire”. Histories of Laughter and Laughter in History: HistoRisus. Ed. Rafał Borysławski, Justyna Jajszczok, Jakub Wolff, and Alicja Bemben. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016. 213-224.
  8. “Chaucer’s Knight’s Tale and Emotions in the Epic”. Kwartalnik Neofilologiczny. Vol. LXIII. No 3 (2016). 330-340.
  9. “Chaucer’s Legend of Good Women and the Reading and Writing of Sacrifice”. The Music of Chance: Exploring the Principles of Cosmic Governance and Happenstance. Ed. Stephen Butler and Łukasz Neubauer. Jastrzębie-Zdrój: Black Unicorn, 2015. 97-110.
  10. ‘’Ethnically Different Mothers-in-Law in Chaucer’s Man of Law’s Tale and Its 2003 BBC Adaptation”. In Marvels of Reading: Essays in Honour of Professor Andrzej Wicher. Ed. Rafał Borysławski, Anna Czarnowus, and Łukasz Neubauer. Katowice: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego, 2015. 103-113.
  11. “Ich mot wende in mi way”: The Construction of Masculinity through Travelling in Le Pèlérinage de Charlemagne and the Stanzaic Guy of Warwick”. In Reciprocities: Essays in Honour of Professor Tadeusz Rachwał. Ed. Agnieszka Pantuchowicz and Sławomir Masłoń. Katowice: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego, 2014. 60-73.
  12. “Margaret Atwood’s Gendered Pasts in Moral Disorder”. In Traverser les frontières. Mélanges offerts au Professeur Krzysztof Jarosz/Crossing Borders. Studies in Honour of Professor Krzysztof Jarosz. Ed. Anna Czarnowus et Joanna Warmuzińska-Rogóż. Katowice : Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego, 2014. 181-193.
  13. “The Other Worlds of George R.R. Martin’s Song of Ice and Fire”. In “A Song of Ice and Fire” and the Medieval Literary Tradition. Ed. Bartłomiej Błaszkiewicz. Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, 2014. 95-114.
  14. “The Mongols, Eastern Europe, and Western Europe: The Mirabilia Tradition in Benedict of Poland’s Historia Tartarorum and John of Plano Carpini’s Historia Mongalorum”. Literature Compass. Vol. 11. No 7 (2014). The Global Middle Ages. Ed. Geraldine Heng and Lynn Ramey. 484-495.
  15. “‘A foreign language in a familiar country’, or Language, Genealogy, and the City in Marianne Ackerman’s Jump”. TransCanadiana Vol. 6 (2013). 157-167.
  16. “The Holy and the Unholy in Chaucer’s Squire’s Tale”. Studia Anglica Posnaniensia. Vol. 47 (2013). No 2-3. 115-128.
  17. “Judas, a Medieval Other?”. Terminus. Półrocznik poświęcony tradycji antycznej w kulturze europejskiej. Vol. XIII. No 24 (2011). 15-30.
  18. “Girlhood, Disability, and Liminality in Barbara Gowdy’s Mister Sandman”. Romanica Silesiana. Vol. 5 (2010). Les Transgressions. 222-234.
  19. “Mohammad in Hell, or Dante and William Langland on the Prophet’s Afterlife”. Medieval English Mirror. Vol. 7. Thise Stories Beren Witnesse: The Landscape of the Afterlife in Medieval and Post-Medieval Imagination. Ed. Liliana Sikorska and Katarzyna Bronk. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2010. 31-42.
  20. “Mary, Motherhood, and Theatricality in Old Polish Listen, Dear Brothers and Chaucer’s Man of Law’s Tale”. Laments for the Lost in Medieval Literature. Ed. Jane Tolmie and M.J. Toswell. Turnhout: Brepols, 2010. 129-148.
  21. “Gawain and Bertilak's ‘Forbidden Friendship’: The Masculine Subtext in Sir Gawain and The Green Knight’. Studies in English Philology, No 1 (3) (2010). 41-50.
  22. "Feminine Acedia in Robert Henryson’s Testament of Cresseid". Medieval English Mirror. Vol. 5. The Laurer of Oure Englische Tonge. Ed. Liliana Sikorska and Łukasz Hudomięt. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2009. 115-125.
  23. “Graceful Pre-Raphaelites and Pre-Raphaelite Grace: Victorian Visual Arts in Margaret Atwood’s Alias Grace”. Romanica Silesiana. La littérature et les arts. Vol. 4 (2008). 68-81.
  24. “’Stille as Ston’: Oriental Deformity in The King of Tars”. Studia Anglica Posnaniensia. Vol. 44 (2008). 463-474.
  25. “Rewriting Chansons de Geste: Wasting Food and Saving Souls in Middle English Firumbras”. Rubbish, Waste and Litter: Culture and Its Refuse/als. Ed. Tadeusz Rachwał. Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Szkoły Wyższej Psychologii Społecznej ,,Academica”, 2008. 122-134.
  26. "Artificial Discourse of National Belonging: The Case of Anglo-Saxonism". Medievalisms. The Poetics of Literary Re-Reading. Ed. Liliana Sikorska and Joanna Maciulewicz. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2008. 43-54.
  27. "Oriental Despotism in The Sowdone of Babylone". Medieval English Mirror. Vol. 4. The Propur Langage of Englische Men. Ed. Liliana Sikorska and Marcin Krygier. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2008. 133-147.
  28. “Chaucer’s Clergeon, or Towards Holiness in The Prioress’s Tale”. Studia Anglica Posnaniensia. Vol. 43 (2007). 251-264.
  29. ‘"Happy is he who has no children, for babies mean nothing but crying and stench": Medieval Ambivalence over Childhood”. In Studies in English Drama and Poetry, vol. I, Reading English Drama and Poetry. Ed. Joanna Kazik. Łódź: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, 2007. 45-54.
  30. “Feminine ‘vule lete’: the Discouse of Deformity in The Owl and the Nightingale”. Civitas Mentis. Vol. II. Ed. Zbigniew Kadłubek and Tadeusz Sławek. Katowice: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego, 2007. 17-30.
  31. „Tam przez przypadek w tłumie innych ludzi/ Spotkał Lajosa i go zamordował: Edyp średniowieczny w Oblężeniu Teb Johna Lydgate’a”. Terminus. Półrocznik poświęcony tradycji antycznej w kulturze europejskiej. Vol. VIII. No 1 (2006). 97-114.
  32. ,,Pożądanie olbrzyma: o wątku homoerotycznym w starofrancuskim romansie Lancelot”. In Parametry pożądania. Kultura odmieńców wobec homofobii. Ed. Tomasz Basiuk, Dominika Ferens, and Tomasz Sikora. Kraków: Universitas, 2005. 239-252.
  33. "The Politics and Poetics of Laughter in De la Bourgoise d’Orliens and Dame Sirith". In Civitas Mentis, vol. I. Ed. Zbigniew Kadłubek and Tadeusz Sławek. Katowice: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego, 2005. 140-154.
  34. "Invisible Walls of Perception: The Foreigners in Chaucer’s Prioress’s Tale". In Narrating the Other: Cultures and Perspectives. Ed. Wojciech Kalaga and Marzena Kubisz. Częstochowa: Wydawnictwo Wyższej Szkoły Lingwistycznej, 2005. 13-24.
  35. "Pearl’s Body: Spotting an Identity" . In The (trans)Human: Bodies, Spaces, Virtualities. Ed. Wojciech Kalaga. Katowice: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego, 2005. 163-182.
  36. "'Fayre Fannand Fax Unbefoldes His Schulderes' (‘Fair Flapping Locks Enfolding His Shoulders’): The Treatment of Effeminate Hairstyles in Medieval Latin and Middle-English Literature". Terminus. Półrocznik poświęcony tradycji antycznej w kulturze europejskiej. Vol. VI. No 1 (2004). 99-114.
  37. "The Medieval Child Translated: On the Appropriation of the Concept". In Wor(l)ds in Transition: Studies in Language, Culture and Literature. Ed. Ewa Borkowska and Andrzej Łyda. Katowice: Wyższa Szkoła Zarządzania Marketingowego i Języków Obcych, 2004. 135-146.
  38. "My cours, that hath so wyde for to turne,/ hath moore power than woot any man": The Children of Saturn in Chaucer’s Monk’s Tale”. Studia Anglica Posnaniensia. Vol. 40 (2004). 299-310.
  39. "A Saint Who Never Existed: Extrahistorical Texts About St Wilgefortis". In In the Space of Arts: Interdisciplinarity, Identity and (post)Modernity. Ed. Ewa Borkowska. Katowice: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego, 2004. 33-43.

- złożone do druku:

  1. “The Legend of Janosik and the Polish Novel about Robin Hood as Continuations of the Medieval Outlaw Tradition” in Robin Hood and the Outlaw(ed) Canon, ed. Lesley A. Coote and Alexander Kaufman (New York and London: Routledge).
  2. “Lancelot and Gunevere in the Inter-War Period, or the Medievalisms of Evelyn Waugh’s Handful of Dust and Ezra Pound’s Canto VI” in Unattended Moments: The Medieval Presence in the Modernist Aesthetic, ed. Carole Cusack and Simone Marshall (Leiden: Brill).

Granty i projekty badawcze:

  1. Wykonawca w grancie NCN Wiersz litanijny w kulturze regionów Europy DEC-2012/07/E/HS2/00665.
  2. Współpracownik Interdyscyplinarnego Zespołu Badawczego Badania nad Kulturą Dawną (Wydział Neofilologii Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego).
  3. Członek zespołu Trzecia Kultura: Laboratorium Animal Studies.

Referaty wygłoszone na krajowych i/lub międzynarodowych konferencjach naukowych:

  1. Middle Ages in the Modern World (MAMO III), Manchester (czerwiec-lipiec 2017) / Greening the Anglo-Saxons in Paul Kingsnorth’s “The Wake”
  2. Medieval Fantasy Symposium, “Reges quondam regesque futuri’: Various Aspects of Royal Power in Medieval and Modern Fantasy Literature”, Unieście (czerwiec 2017) / The Queen’s Two Bodies: Female Rulers in Elżbieta Cherezińska’s “A Crown of Snow and Blood”
  3. 5th Old English Student Conference “Warriors and Wanderers. The Anglo-Saxons Across Time”, Kraków (maj 2017) / Guest lecture: Anglo-Saxons in Paul Kingsnorth’s “The Wake”
  4. „Epos: od Homera do Martina”, konferencja Interdycyplinarnego Zespołu Badawczego ,,Kultura Dawna”,Warszawa (luty 2017) /,,I choć srodze ucierpiał Palamon/ To Arcyta co najmniej tak samo’’: Teoria afektu w ,,Opowieści Rycerza’’ Chaucera
  5. CLASH/Medieval and Medievalist Studies Symposium, Poznań (grudzień 2016) / Community and Melancholy in Seamus Heaney’s Translation of Henryson’s “Testament of Cresseid”
  6. “Tradition or Myth? The Reception of Medieval European Topics in the Anglo-American and European Spheres”, Bamberg (lipiec 2016) Participation in the round table organized by the International Association of Robin Hood Studies: When “angland was still angland”: Paul Kingsnorth’s The Wake, Anglo-Saxonism, and Ecocriticism
  7. Medieval Fantasy Symposium, “‘History is a wheel’: A Song of Ice and Fire as a Contemporary Mosaic of Themes, Motifs and Conventions of Predominantly Medieval Origin”, Unieście (maj 2016) Plenary lecture: The (Non-)Medievalist Emotional Economy of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire
  8. International Medieval Congress, Leeds (lipiec 2015) The Renewal of Litanic Verse in Middle English Lyrics
  9. Medieval Fantasy Symposium, “Maedium Aevum Novum: The Middle Ages Reinvented, Reimagined and Reinterpreted”, Unieście (maj 2015) Aspects of Medieval Laughter in George R.R. Martin’s “Song of Ice and Fire”
  10. International Conference of Middle English 9, Wrocław (maj 2015) Marienburg, Polish Gentry Raids, and Barragon Cloth in Przemysław Mroczkowski’s Translation of Chaucer’s “Knight’s Tale”
  11. “(Histo)Risus: Laughter in History and Narrative”, Katowice (listopad 2014) Risus mediaevalis in George R.R. Martin’s “Song of Ice and Fire”
  12. “Unattended Moments: The Medieval Presence in the Modernist Aesthetic”, Otago, Dunedin, NZ (kwiecień 2014) Lancelot and Guenevere in the Inter-war Period, or the Medievalism and Orientalism of Evelyn Waugh’s “Handful of Dust”
  13. Medieval English Studies Symposium, “Between Nostalgia and Hope: The Waning of the Middle Ages”, Poznań (listopad 2013) Old Empires and New Chivalry in John Lydgate’s “Guy of Warwick”
  14. Medieval Fantasy Symposium, “Dancing with Wolves, Dragons and Devils”, Unieście (maj 2013) The Other Worlds of George R.R. Martin’s “Song of Ice and Fire”.
  15. 7th Congress of the Polish Association for Canadian Studies, “The Peaceble Kingdom? Cultural and Language Communities in Canada and the Rule of Law”, Poznań (kwiecień 2013) A foreign language in a familiar country”, or Language and the City in Marianne Ackerman’s “Jump”.
  16. “The Music of Chance”, Unieście (maj 2012) Chaucer’s “Legend of Good Women” and the Reading and Writing of Sacrifice.
  17. Medieval English Studies Symposium 10, “Princes and Paupers: Class, Money and (Social and Physical) Otherness in Medieval and Medievalist Literature in English”, Poznań (listopad 2011) Honourable Slave Traders and Aristocratic Slaves in Middle English “Floris and Blancheflour”.
  18. International Medieval Congress, Leeds (lipiec 2011) The Holy and the Unholy in Historia Tartarorum” and Chaucer’s “Squire’s Tale”
  19. 6th Congress of the Polish Association for Canadian Studies, “Towards Critical Multiculturalism: Dialogues Between/ Among Canadian Diasporas”, Kraków (październik 2010) (uczestnik bez referatu).
  20. Medieval English Studies Symposium: Literature 2009, “The Landscape of the Afterlife in the Medieval and Postmedieval Imagination”, Poznań (listopad 2009) Mohammad in Hell, or Dante and William Langland on the Prophet’s Afterlife.
  21. Medieval English Studies Symposium 6, Poznań (listopad 2007) Feminine acedia in Robert Henryson’s “The Testament of Cresseid’’.
  22. International Medieval Congress, Leeds (lipiec 2007) "Fourtoun is fikkil": Spiritual Bequest in Robert Henryson's "The Testament of Cresseid".
  23. 4th Congress of the Polish Association for Canadian Studies, "Canadian Ghosts, Hopes, Values", Puławy (kwiecień 2007) Oneiric Carnality and Spiritualized Past in Margaret Atwood's "The Handmaid's Tale".
  24. Medieval English Studies Symposium 5, Poznań (listopad 2006) Oriental Despotism in "The Sowdone of Babylone".
  25. "Rubbish, Waste, and Litter. Culture and Its Refuse/als", Warszawa (listopad 2006) Rewriting Chansons de Geste: Wasting Food and Saving Souls in Middle English “Firumbras".
  26. "Metamophoseon Synagogae", Katowice (listopad 2006) Rycerz peregrynujący w ,,Pielgrzymce Karola Wielkiego''.
  27. Medieval English Symposium 4, Poznań (listopad 2005) "In Asye, in a greet citee", or the Jews, the Orient, and a Child in Chaucer’s "Prioress’s Tale".
  28. "British Drama Through the Ages", Łódź (październik 2005) Virago and Semiramus: Racialization of Powerful Women in Chaucer’s "Man of Law’s Tale".
  29. Medieval English Studies Symposium 3, Poznań (listopad 2004) "A Rond of Flesche", or the Oriental in The King of Tars.
  30. Medieval English Studies Symposium 2, Poznań (listopad 2003) "My cours, that hath so wyde for to turne,/ hath moore power than woot any man": The Children of Saturn in Chaucer’s Monk’s Tale.
  31. "Modern British Drama and Medieval Studies", Łódź (październik 2003) ‘"Happy is he who has no children, for babies mean nothing but crying and stench": Medieval Ambivalence over Childhood.
  32. "Parameters of Desire", Bielsko- Biała (czerwiec 2003) O wątku homoerotycznym w starofrancuskim romansie ,,Lancelot''.
  33. "In the Space of Arts", Szczyrk (maj 2003) A Saint Who Never Existed: Extrahistorical Texts About St Wilgefortis.
  34. "Difference and Identity: Queer Culture Reacts to Homophobia", Warszawa (grudzień 2002) The Question of Cross- Dressing/ Gender in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.
  35. "Multicultural dilemmas", Ustroń (wrzesień 2002) Invisible Walls of Perception: The Foreigners in Chaucer’s Prioress’s Tale.
  36. "The (trans)human: bodies, spaces, virtualities’" Szczyrk (maj 2002) Pearl’s Body: Spotting an Identity.

Inna działalność naukowa:

Opieka nad doktorantami:
Mgr Marcin Gliński

Członkostwo w towarzystwach naukowych:

  1. Polskie Towarzystwo Badań Kanadyjskich
  2. New Chaucer Society
  3. International Association for Robin Hood Studies

Nagrody i odznaczenia:

  1. 2010 Nagroda III Stopnia Jego Magnificencji Rektora Uniwersytetu Śląskiego
  2. 2015 Nagroda II Stopnia Jego Magnificencji Rektora Uniwersytetu Śląskiego

Inne:

STYPENDIA

2009 stypendium rządu Kanady na przeprowadzenie badań
1996 stypendium programu Tempus

WYKŁADY GOŚCINNE

Universidade de Vigo (2010) LPP Erasmus
Universidad de Granada (2011) LPP Erasmus
Universidad de Extramadura, Caceres (2012) LPP Erasmus
Otto-Friedrich Universitaet, Bamberg (2012) LPP Erasmus
Universidade de Vigo (2013) LPP Erasmus
Universidade de Vigo (2014) LPP Erasmus
Universidade de Vigo (2015) LPP Erasmus +
Queen Mary, University of London (2015)
University of Warwick (2015)
Łódzkie Towarzystwo Naukowe (2016)
Otto-Friedrich Universitaet, Bamberg (2016) LPP Erasmus +
Universidade de Vigo (2017) LPP Erasmus +