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For the first time in history online technologies have made it possible to see, in real time, how people are using their digital dictionaries. Peter Sokolowski, a lexicographer at the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, discusses the usage patterns of America's iconic dictionary to illustrate how politics, media and language intersect in our daily lives. T…
 
In this episode Prof. Paddy Lyons, Emeritus Research Associate in English Literature (University of Glasgow) and long-time friend of our Institute of English Studies (University of Warsaw) talks about metatheatricality in 18th-century English theatre, which produced effects not unlike Brecht's famous V-Effekt, a kind of theatrical alienation intend…
 
This talk by Dr. Nicholas Johnson (Trinity College Dublin) was about the boundary-crossing nature of Samuel Beckett's oeuvre. Looking at histories of performance practices across different cultures, Dr. Johnson examined the resulting tensions in the work of Samuel Beckett, especially his work for the theatre, existing between strict or mathematical…
 
This episode features Dr. Pamela Howland, concert pianist and Fullbright Visiting Scholar at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Pozna?, who gave a talk entitled "A Four-Hundred-Year Musical Adventure". The talk touched on some of the main immigrant traditions in American music, with live music illustratations of the various stylistic developments. T…
 
This episode is a keynote lecture on "Victorian Body Politics, Neo-Victorian Body Poetics: The Contested Body of the Wife in Mid-Victorian Divorce Trials" by Prof. Ann Heilmann (Cardiff University) as part of the Warsaw Literary Meetings: Rising Stars conference. The lecture was delivered on 20 April 2018 in the Reading Room of the Institute of Eng…
 
In this episode Anna-Lena Oldehus (Leibniz Universität Hannover) talks about the queer dimension in contemporary African fiction (queerness being understood broadly as "a disruptive force that challenges static identity formations"), notably in Taiye Selasi's Ghana Must Go (2013). She gave the talk at the Institute of English Studies, University of…
 
In this episode of "Program rozszerzony" R?ta Šlapkauskait? (University of Vilnius) talks about Fifteen Dogs (2015): an exuberant, award-winning fantasy by the Canadian writer André Alexis. The talk was given at the Institute of English Studies, University of Warsaw on 10 April 2018. Follow this link to get to R?ta's page. Image by James Joel on fl…
 
This week we bring you a discussion of early American nature writing, a talk given by Prof. Marek Wilczy?ski (University of Gda?sk) and Prof. Mark Burrows, an academic, writer and poet, who discussed Thoreau and other poets as part of The Power of the World, a translation workshop they taught at the Institute of English Studies, University of Warsa…
 
Wyk?ad "O pere?kach i obdartych s?mieciach, czyli niemieckoje?zycznych re?kopisach z dawnej Biblioteki Za?uskich (1747-1795) w zbiorach Biblioteki Narodowej", który 17 stycznia 2018 r. wyg?osi?a Anna Just (Instytut Germanistyki UW) w czytelni Biblioteki Instytutu Anglistyki UW na zaproszenie Zespo?u "Badania nad Kultur? Dawn?" Moniki Opali?skiej i …
 
This week on our podcast Prof. Glenda Norquay (Liverpool John Moores University) explores the dialogues in contemporary Scottish women's poetry and highlights their political engagements. Her talk, Daughterlands, was held on 17 January 2018 at the Institute of English Studies, University of Warsaw. Also in our show notes, some of the online content…
 
Dr Anna Gutowska (UJK) opowiada o ?yciu i twórczo?ci George Eliot (Mary Anne Evans, 1819-1880), jednej z wa?niejszych postaci na kulturalnej mapie dziewi?tnastowiecznej Wielkiej Brytanii, której powie?ci zalicza si? do szczytowych osi?gni?? literackich epoki. Ranking najlepszych powie?ci angielskich: http://www.bbc.com/culture/story/20151204-the-10…
 
Regu?y gry: O (nie)wierno?ci przek?adu teatralnego. Z prof. Markiem Pary?em (IA UW) rozmawia Ma?gorzata Semil - absolwentka Instytutu Anglistyki UW, t?umaczka teatralna od 1966 roku zwi?zana z miesi?cznikiem “Dialog”, od 1995 roku równie? z Teatrem Powszechnym im. Zygmunta Hübnera w Warszawie; przet?umaczy?a na j?zyk polski kilkadziesi?t sztuk auto…
 
Wyst?pienie prof. UW dr hab. Anny Cetery-W?odarczyk na temat przek?adu teatralnego przed spotkaniem z t?umaczk? teatraln? Ma?gorzat? Semil. Spotkanie zorganizowa?a 24 listopada 2017 roku dr hab. Klaudia ??czy?ska w ramach wspó?pracy mi?dzy Instytutem Anglistyki a Teatrem 6.pi?tro wokó? polskiej prapremiery sztuki Torbena Bettsa pt. "Niezwyci??ony".…
 
Wyk?ad polemiczny, który Ma?gorzata Grzegorzewska wyg?osi?a 22 listopada 2017 roku na temat ksia?ki Stephena Greenblatta "The Swerve: How the World Became Modern" (po polsku w przek?adzie Magdaleny S?ysz "Zwrot: Jak zacz?? si? renesans"). Ksi??ka to nagrodzona m.in. nagrod? Pulitzera opowie?? o zwi?zkach mi?dzy narodzinami renesansu i wspó?czesno?c…
 
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