Wypromowani doktorzy

Warszawa 2015
dr Paulina Kamińska
temat: Manifestations of Trauma in the Works of Doris Lessing
zamknięcie przewodu doktorskiego: 12 stycznia 2015

Warszawa 2013
dr Dominika Lewandowska temat: City. Photo. Text. Iain Sinclair’s Photographic Writing and His Vision of London
zamknięcie przewodu doktorskiego: 29 stycznia 2013


  • mgr Marcin Gołąb – od 1 października 2010 otwarcie przewodu doktorskiego: listopad 2012 temat: Jean Baudrillard’s Theories of Simulations Applied to Recent Crime Fiction
  • mgr Piotr Olański – od 1 października 2010 otwarcie przewodu doktorskiego czerwiec 2013 temat: Isherwood’s Camera. Cinematic Technique in the Novels of Christopher Isherwood
  • mgr Marcin Sroczyński – od 1 października 2012
  • mgr Katarzyna Fetlińska – od 1 października 2014

Wypromowane prace magisterskie


  • Denver Harrington The Moral Standards of Science Fiction Authors.The Influences of Science-Fiction Narratives in Huxley, Shelley, Dick and Hubbard Regarding the Contemporary World
  • Agata Bal Heart of Darkness Redux – the presence of Joseph Conrad’s novella in contemporary culture
  • Milena Tomzik ‚England has always been disinclined to accept human nature.’ Juxtaposition of the portrayals of homosexual men in E. M. Forster’s „Maurice” i Christopher Isherwood’s „A Single Man”.
  • Urszula Klicka The image of Afghanistan in the works of Anglo-Afghans written after 2001. English-Language Fiction and Non-Fiction by Khaled Hosseini, Saira Shah, and Suraya Sadeed.
  • Joanna Zawada Perception, experience, and society in Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf


  • Dominika Jędrzejczyk The modernist concept of the Self on the basis of selected novels by Virginia Woolf, Joseph Conrad, and James Joyce
  • Katarzyna Fetlińska Tom McCarthy’s Remainder and Iain Banks’s Transition as Neo-Baroque Novels
  • Anna Goliszek In search of reality. Magic realism in contemporary British and Japanese fiction : Fay Weldon, Jeanette Winterson, and Haruki Murakami
  • Ewa Rajkowska Between Wonderland and England. Coexistence of the fantastic and realistic world in J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series


  • Irena Markuszewska Images of Light and Darnkness in the Descriptions of War and Solitude in the Selected 20th Century Fiction
  • Anna Tenderenda Detective Story Tradition and Formal Innovations in the Selected Novels by Agatha Christie
  • Wiktoria Jopek Contemporary British Families and their Problems as Reflected in the Novels of Nick Hornby
  • Magdalena Gałach The Life of Immigrants in the Turn of the 21st Century Great Britain as Reflected in Zadie Smith’s „White Teeth”
  • Kamil Kurtek A clash of tradition and modernity in James Joyce’s „Ulysses”
  • Tomasz Rejniak „Alternate History” as a Popular Genre on the Example of Robert Harris’s „Fatherland and its Film Adaptation
  • Aleksandra Zielińska Making choices – the role of translator in shaping readers’ response to a translated text. The analysis based on two Polish translations of Virginia Woolf’s Orlando


  • Marcin Sroczyński The mind-forged manacles and how to shake them off. The analysis of discourses of power in Jeanette Winterson’s Written on the Body, Lighthousekeeping, and The Stone Gods
  • Aleksandra Kołomecka James Joyce’s A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man in Poland. An Analysis of the Two Polish Translations
  • Anna Bornsztajn Humans versus Animals in The Island of Doctor Moreau by H.G. Wells, Wasp Factory by Iain Banks, and Under the Skin by Michel Faber
  • Ilona Krupa Juxtaposition as the Source of Humour in the Writings of Evelyn Waugh
  • Julita Sawicka Children as Heroes, Villains and Victims in Selected 20th Century Texts of Culture
  • Joanna Żukowska The Development of Bildungsroman on the Basis of Great Expectations and David Copperfield by Charles Dickens, and Atonement and The Cement Garden by Ian McEwan
  • Weronika Dżygadło The Journalist and the Writer. Depiction of Violence in Selected 20th Century Non-Fiction
  • Magdalena Rzedarska The Social and Legal Status of Upper and Middle Class Women Between 1837 and 1937 in the Selected Writings of George Eliot and Virginia Woolf
  • Katarzyna Bąba Through the Irish Eye. Poetic Relations between Seamus Heaney and Czesław Miłosz and Zbigniew Herbert


  • Agnieszka Choińska-Stefańska Anita Brookner’s Portait of Unique Loneliness – an analysis of five lonely characters in five recent books by Anita Brookner
  • Joanna Klatka The Origins and Forms of Evil in Ian McEwan’s Fiction as the Subject for Ethical Analysis
  • Cezary Albin Struggle Against the System in Film Adaptations of Selected British Dystopian Novels
  • Jakub Bujakowski The Motif of Dreams in Contemporary English and American Dark Fantasy Literature, Based on Selected Authors’ Works
  • Agnieszka Szymańska The Absurd of World War II as presented in the works of J.G. Ballard, John Fowles, Kurt Vonnegut, Joseph Heller and Graham Swift
  • Paweł Kowal Speculations on Social Control in the Dystopian Fiction of George Orwell and Philip K. Dick


  • Krzysztof Dudek Jasper Ffordee in Polish Culture. Possible Problems in Understanding and Solutions for a Successful Translation
  • Marta Chrzan Identity Formation in British Black Literature as Exemplified by Zadie Smith’s “White Teeth” and Andrea Levy’s “Never far from Nowhere”.
  • Michał Antosiuk The City as Fantasmagoria. The selected Examples from the Works of J.G. Ballard and Philip K. Dick
  • Magdalena Bulińska The Urban Space in Jeanette Winterson’s “The Passion” and “Sexing the Cherry” in the context of selected magical realistic novels by Italo Calvino and Gabriel Garcia Marquez
  • Marcin Gołąb “The Chapters of Coming Forth from the Day.” Ancient Egyptian Mythology from the Papyrus of Ani in James Joyce’a “Finnegans Wake”.
  • Piotr Olański 20th Century Prosperos. The author and the act of creation in the 20th century rewritings of William Shakespeare’s The Tempest.
  • Piotr Kazimierczuk. Different faces of Camp in British literature from the 18th to the 20th century.
  • Olga Włodarczyk. Virginia Woolf’s “To the Lighthouse” as an instance of modernist ekphrasis.
  • Lidia Ożarowska „The double-headed monster of damnation and salvation” versus „le temps délivré”. The notion of time in the works of Samuel Beckett and Lawrence Durrell.


  • Anna Modzelewska The role of Agatha Christie’s Jane Marple in Contemporary British Culture.
  • Halszka Dmowska-Głażewska Continuity and Change. The Weaving of Nigerian and European Influences in Ben Okri’s fiction.


  • Ewa Wilkos The Postmodern Rendering of History in Virginia Wolf „Orando”and Salman Rushdie’s „The Moor’s Last Sight”.
  • Zofia Bliźniak George Orwell’s Negative Portrait of the Middle Class and Its Literały Echoes
  • Paulina Kamińska „What Am I doing in his place and who Am I?” – Jean Rhys’s heroines Struggle for Identity
  • Anna Czubak „Since I Cannot change the world, I will change myself” – Female transformation in Fay Weldon’s fiction seen through the texts of traditions.
  • Magdalena Dryll Concepts of good and evil in modern British children’s literature- on the basis of selected works of Roald Dahl and “His Dark Materials” by Philip Pullman.