Polish Journal of English Studies


Numer: 6.1 (2020)

Redaktorzy: Jacek Fabiszak, Krzysztof Fordoński

This issue of Polish Journal of English Studies addresses unsettling issues found in selected works of fiction and a period in the history of Britain which is rarely analysed in history coursebooks...



Numer: 5.2 (2019)

Redaktorzy: Merritt Moseley, Bożena Kucała

The academic novel (or university, college, or campus novel) is of course a subgenre. It may be statistically unimposing if compared to, say, the mystery or science fiction or romance varieties (though all these are represented in academic fiction)...



Numer: 5.1 (2019)

Redaktorzy: Jacek Fabiszak, Krzysztof Fordoński

We would like to welcome you wholeheartedly to the first issue of the Polish Journal of English Studies in 2019. It is time for us to celebrate a minor jubilee as we begin the fifth year of our activity, hoping it is one of many more to come. For this issue we have prepared a selection of four scholarly articles dealing with literature from the United Kingdom and New Zealand...



Numer: 4.2 (2018)

Redaktor: Michał Lachman

The current issue of the Polish Journal of English Studies offers a selection of scholarly articles which cover the time period of almost the entire twentieth century. Starting with an analysis of E.M. Forster’s Howards End, through two studies devoted to Samuel Beckett, and one article on Tom Stoppard’s radio plays, finishing with a look at a contemporary American documentary film...



Numer: 4.1 (2018)

Redaktor: Katarzyna Mołek-Kozakowska

This volume is devoted exclusively to showcasing the work of young people, who, despite being “victims of certain circumstances,” have proven that they are not strangers to doing critical reading, to analyzing socially relevant issues, to delving into history, theory and methodology, and to presenting their reasoning and conclusions in a lucid and academically appropriate way.



Numer: 3.2 (2017)

Redaktorzy: Anna Kwiatkowska, Heiko Zimmermann

The present issue of the Polish Journal of English Studies was originally conceived in the end of September 2016 in Olsztyn during the international conference "The World of E.M. Forster - E.M. Forster and the World" organised by the International E.M. Forster Society...



Numer: 3.1 (2017)

Redaktorzy: Jacek Fabiszak, Krzysztof Fordoński

We would like to welcome you wholeheartedly to the first issue of our journal in 2017 – the third year of our activity. For this issue we have prepareda selection of four scholarly articles dealing with cultural and literary topics. We also have three conference reports – one of which was organisedby our society – and two book reviews.



Numer: 2.2 (2016)

Redaktor: Paweł Stachura

The distinction between core and periphery in historical and cultural research can be compared to the military distinction between direct and indirect approach in strategy, as proposed by B.H. Liddel-Hart in the 1940s. This parallelism provides for a new and, arguably, useful interpretational perspective in reading war fiction...



Numer: 2.1 (2016)

Redaktorzy: Jacek Fabiszak, Krzysztof Fordoński

We would like to welcome you to the first issue of our journal in 2016 – the second year of our activities. [...] For this issue we have prepared a selection of five scholarly articles, most of them dealing with cultural and literary topics. We also begin a completely new section in our journal...



Numer: 1 (2015)

Redaktorzy: Jacek Fabiszak, Krzysztof Fordoński

On behalf of the Board of the Polish Association for the Study of English (a branch of the European Society for the Study of English), myself and that of the co-editors, Jacek Fabiszak and Krzysztof Fordoński, I am delighted to present the first issue of the Polish Journal of English Studies...



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