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Recenzent

Recenzowane prace habilitacyjne

  • 2015 Katarzyna Sokołowska Metafizyka i sztuka w twórczości Virginii Woolf, Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej; Wydział Humanistyczny

Recenzowane prace doktorskie

  • 2014 Instytut Anglistyki Uniwersytet Warszawski – mgr Agnieszka Ceren The Hybridity and Monstrosity of the Siren Figure in Literature and Culture (promotor: prof dr hab. Jacek Wiśniewski)
  • 2013 Instytut Anglistyki Uniwersytet Warszawski – mgr Patrycja Austin ‘In Words and Music: Glocal Imaginaries in Salman Rushdie’s The Ground beneath her Feet, Vikram Seth’s A Suitable Boy and An Equal Music, and Amit Chaudhuri’s a Strange and Sublime Address, Afternoon Raag and The Immortals (promotor: prof dr hab. Jacek Wiśniewski)
  • 2012 Instytut Anglistyki Uniwersytet Warszawski – mgr Magdalena Popiel Presentation of art and Artists in Ian McEwan’s Fiction (promotor prof dr hab Andrzej Weseliński)
  • 2012 Instytut Anglistyki Uniwersytet Warszawski – mgr Tobiasz Cwynar Literature as a Drama of Deliverance. A Study of David Gascoyne Writings 1936-1943 (promotor prof UW dr hab Jerzy Jarniewicz)
  • 2009 Instytut Anglistyki Uniwersytet Warszawski – mgr Paulina Kupisz The Art of Re-creation: Postmodern Parodic Modes in A. S. Byatt’s Fiction (promotor prof dr hab Andrzej Weseliński)

Recenzowane prace magisterskie

2014

  • Joanna Godlewska Science and the Supernatural in Bram Stoker’s Dracula (promotor: prof. dr hab Małgorzata Grzegorzewska)
  • Alicja Urbanik The Presentation of Madness in Contemporaty British Fantasy Novel (promotor: dr hab. Bartłomiej Błaszkiewicz)

2013

  • Paweł Wróbel The theme of the human and post-human in British, Canadian and American cyberpunk (Philip K. Dick’s Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, William Gibson’s Neuromancer and Paul J. McAuley’s Fairyland) (promotor dr Maria Błaszkiewiczowa)
  • Kinga JęczmińskaThe Concept of the Fairyland in Selected Novels by C.S. Lewis, N.Gaiman and S. Clarke (promotor: dr hab. Bartłomiej Błaszkiewicz)
  • Marta Swora A Comparison of Selected Fantasy Novels and their Film Adaptations: The Chronicles of Narnia, Stardust and A Game of Thrones (promotor: dr hab. Bartłomiej Błaszkiewicz)
  • Kinga Rutka The Concept of the Fellowship in the Work of J. R. R. Tolkien, George R. R. Martin and J . Piekara (promotor: dr hab. Bartłomiej Błaszkiewicz)

2012

  • Michał Kopczyński Anglo-Saxon and Modern Attitudes to Monstrosity: The Portrayal of Grendel and Grendel’s Mother in ‚Beowulf’ and its Adaptations (promotor: prof. UW dr hab. Barbara Kowalik)
  • Jakub Ozimkiewicz The Influence of Feminism on the Twentieth- Century Popular Fantastical Literature (promotor: prof. UW dr hab. Barbara Kowalik)
  • Judyta SolińskaJourney through a looking glass: the motif of travelling and tourism in selected novels of Douglas Adams and Terry Pratchett. (promotor: dr hab. Bartłomiej Błaszkiewicz)
  • Katarzyna Michalska The Portrayal of the Psychopath by three Twentieth Century Novelists: John Fowles, Graham Greene and Doris Lessing (promotor: dr hab. Bartłomiej Błaszkiewicz)

2011

  • Wojciech Krużyński The Motif of Isolation in Joseph Conrad’s „Heart of Darkness” and Lord Jim (promotor: dr Maria Baszkiewicz)
  • Remigiusz ZawadzkiCritique of Social and Cultural Trends in the Dystopian Fiction of the Twentieth Century (promotor: dr Maria Baszkiewicz)
  • Michał Podziomek Shapeshifters: the Definition, Genesis and Functions of the Physically Dynamic Character. A Theoretical Study Illustrated by Examples of Ancient, Medieval and Modern Texts (promotor: prof. UW dr hab. Barbara Kowalik)
  • Mikołaj Malanowski Rites of Passage in the Poetry of Seamus Heaney (prof. UW dr hab. Jerzy Jarniewicz)
  • Daria RybickaTerry Pratchett’s Idea of ‘Anthropomorphic Personification’ in Selected Discworld Novels (promotor: dr Maria Baszkiewicz)
  • Marek Lewandowski Faces of evil in selected novels by Bram Stoker (Dracula, The Jewel of Seven Stars, The Lady of the Shroud, The Lair of the White Worm) (promotor: dr Maria Baszkiewicz)
  • Klaudyna Cwynar The spiritual path of Ursula Brangwen in The Rainbow by D. H. Lawrence (promotor: prof. dr hab. Jacek Wiśniewski)

2010

  • Jakub Bartoszewicz The Intertexts of Peter Ackroyd: Historiographic Metafiction as a Means of Preserving Collective Cultural Memory (promotor: prof. dr hab. Jacek Wiśniewski)
  • Mariusz Gild Dwarves in the novels of Terry Pratchett and J. R. R. Tolkien (promotor: dr hab. Bartłomiej Błaszkiewicz)
  • Maciej Reszotnik (The Concept of the Fairyland in the works of Terry Pratchett, Neil Gaiman and Susanna Clarkepromotor: dr hab. Bartłomiej Błaszkiewicz)
  • Anita Sierawska The Theme of Love in the Prose of Neil Gaiman (promotor: dr hab. Bartłomiej Błaszkiewicz)
  • Ewa StawnaElements of the Gothic in the novels of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett (promotor: dr hab. Bartłomiej Błaszkiewicz)

2009

  • Sylwia Bućko The Presentation of Dragons in the Works of J. R. R. Tolkien, T. Pratchett and J. K. Rowlings (promotor: dr Bartłomiej Błaszkiewicz)
  • Wojciech Roguszczak The Motif of Gods and Religious Belief in the Fiction of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett (promotor: dr Bartłomiej Błaszkiewicz)
  • Łukasz Uziębło The Postmodern Condition and the Contemporary Problem of Historical Episteme in „A History of the World in 10 1/2 Chapters” by Julian Barnes (promotor: dr Bartłomiej Błaszkiewicz)
  • Magdalena Słysz Love, loss and loneliness in Katherine Mansfield’s short stories (prof. UW dr hab. Jerzy Jarniewicz)
  • Krzysztof Wiśniewski The Concept of Time Travel and Parallel Universes in Contemporary British Fiction (promotor: dr Bartłomiej Błaszkiewicz)
  • Joanna Jodłowska Various critical responses to Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World (promotor: prof. dr hab. Andrzej Weseliński)
  • Zofia Dzierżawska History and Memory in Contemporary Irish and Spanish Fiction. A Case Study of Seamus Deane’s „Reading in the Dark” and Juan Marse’s „The Fallen” (promotor: prof. UW dr hab. Jerzy Jarniewicz)

2008

  • Kaja MarczewskaThe Uses of Fairy Tale – Fairy Tale Tradition in Postmodern Fiction on the Example of Angela Carter’s „The Bloody Chamber”, Margaret Atwood’s „Bluebeard’s Egg” and Donald Bartheleme’s „Bluebeard” (promotor: prof. dr hab. Jacek Wiśniewski)
  • Ewa Czajkowska Symbolic imagery, metaphor and myth in the selected novels by Iris Murdoch (promotor: prof. dr hab. Andrzej Weseliński)
  • Anna Koralewska Female Mythologies in John Fowles’s Novels: „The Collector”,”The Magus”and „The French Lieutenant’s Woman” (promotor: prof. UW dr hab. Jerzy Jarniewicz)
  • Agnieszka Okoń The use of parody in the presentation of history and historiography in „A History of the World in 10 1/2 Chapters” by Julian Barnes (promotor: dr Maria Błaszkiewicz)

2007

  • Ewa Hinz A psychoanalytical study of two postmodernist novels „The White Hotel”and „Atonement” (promotor: prof. dr hab. Andrzej Weseliński)
  • Katarzyna Krawczyk Literary voyeur and his gaze. Power relations between the looker and the object looked at in the chosen fiction of John Fowles,Louise Welsh, Iris Murdoch and Angela Carter (promotor: prof. dr hab. Jacek Wiśniewski)
  • Zofia Janowska Reinterpretations of the Story of Noah’s Ark. Historiographic Metafiction in the novels of Barnes, Winterson and Roberts (promotor: prof. dr hab. Jacek Wiśniewski)

2006

  • Patrycja Austin Crossing Frontiers: The Migrants’ World in Salman Rushdie’s „The Moor’s Last Sigh” and „The Ground Beneath Her Feet” (promotor: prof. dr hab. Jacek Wiśniewski)
  • Renata Hyrycz „to dream is to have power” – Cinematic Inspirations in „The Moor’s Last Sigh” by Salman Rushdie (promotor: prof. dr hab. Jacek Wiśniewski)
  • Agnieszka Gerwatowska „Night at the Circus” by Angela Carter and „The Passion” by Jeanette Winterson – „Demythologising” on the Level of Characters, Setting and Narration (promotor: prof. dr hab. Jacek Wiśniewski)
  • Maria Hertel The Aestheticism of the late 19th c. Prose. The Influense of Style and Stylisation upon Fin-de-Sieclce Conscionsuess (promotor dr Tadeusz Pióro)

2005

  • Magdalena Kamińska A Comparison of Married Couples in “Juno and the Paycock” by Sean O’Casey and “Chicken Soup with Barley” by Arnold Wesker. (Promotor: prof. Jadwiga Uchman)
  • Elżbieta Soszyńska Money and Moral Choices in Selected Plays by G.B. Shaw. (Promotor: prof. Jadwiga Uchman)
  • Małgorzata Kowalska Betrayal in Selected Plays of Harold Pinter: a Study of “Collection”, “The Lover”, “Old Times” and “Betrayal”. (Promotor: prof. Jadwiga Uchman)
  • Magdalena Burs Ambiguity of Characters in “Look Back in Anger” by John Osborne. (Promotor: prof. Jadwiga Uchman)
  • Adeniyi Ige Form and Content in George Bernard Shaw’s “Saint Joan” and T.S. Eliot’s “Murder in the Cathedral”.(Promotor: prof. Jadwiga Uchman)

2004

  • Katarzyna Melon Correspondences between Literature and Visual arts: John Fowles’s “The French Lieutenant’s Woman”, “The Ebony Tower” and Angela Carter’s “Nights at the Circus”. (Promotor: prof. Jacek Wiśniewski)
  • Anna Pyzara Angela Carter Revives Shakespearean Drama: Shakespeare’s Motifs of Cross-dressing and the Use of Songs in Angela Carter’s Fiction. (Promotor: prof. Jacek Wiśniewski)
  • Sabina Czyżewska Post-colonial Literature: the Question of Women and Language in Contemporary India as Presented in the Works of Arundhati Roy, Anita Desai and Mira Nair. (Promotor: prof. Jacek Wiśniewski)
  • Paulina Pindor The (Im)perfection of the Motif of Gender Transgression in “The Passion of New Eve” by Angela Carter and “Art and Lies” by Jeanette Winterson. (Promotor: prof. Andrzej Weseliński)

2003

  • Karolina Berezowska “Midnight’s Children” and “The Mahabharata”. The Impact of Ancient Indian Epic on Salman Rushdie’s Novel. (Promotor: prof. Jerzy Jarniewicz)
  • Urszula Puciłowska The Quest for the Self: Symbolism of Light and Darkness in the Two Selected Novels by D.H. Lawrance “The Rainbow” and “Women in Love”. (Promotor: dr Anna Cetera)

2002

  • Joanna Sobierajska Echoes of the Summer of Love. The Image of the Hippies as Presented in the Works of Selected Writers. (Promotor: prof. Jacek Wiśniewski)
  • Magdalena Powierża The Function of the Setting in Angela Carter’s Fiction. (Promotor: prof. Jacek Wiśniewski)
  • Justyna Płachta Female Characters in Wilkie Collins’s Novels (“Woman in White” and “Armadale”). (Promotor: prof. Grażyna Bystydzieńska)

2001

  • Ewa Muir Juvenile Protagonists In Selected Stories by Frank O’Connor and Elizabeth Bowen. (Promotor: dr Anna Kędzierska-Kardela)
  • Dorota Mazur The Suspense of Existence: Thriller and Detective Conventions in The Selected Works of John Fowles. (Promotor: prof. Jacek Wiśniewski)

2000

  • Aneta Jarosz James Joyce’s “Dubliners”: Dimension of Paralysis. (Promotor: dr Anna Kędzierska-Kardela)