Research & teaching assistant
I am interested in English literature and culture. My research relates to the nineteenth-century, in particular the Victorian era and gender studies. Currently, I am focusing on the condition-of-England novel and its historical importance.
Krajewska, A. (2013): Social and literary significance of John Brown’s text: The Memoir of Robert Blincoe; the images of exploitation and suffering.
Krajewska, A. (2012): Word as an instrument of manipulation in John Brown’s text: The Memoir of Robert Blincoe; the images of exploitation and suffering.
September 2016 – Decay, Disease, Death in Literatures, Cultures, and Languages – University of Opole
December 2014 – “Iluzje / Deziluzje. Literatura – Język – Kultura” – Faculty of Philology, University of OpoleJuly 2014 – IV Transdisciplinary Summer School, Nieborów, Poland
April 2014 – PASE Conference The vision of the brotherhood of men in Charles Kingsley’s novel Alton Locke – Maria Curie-SkłodowskaUniversity in Lublin, Poland
November 2013 – “Metamorfozy świata: język – literatura – kultura” – Faculty of Philology, University of Opole, Poland
September 2013 – From Queen Anne to Queen Victoria readings in 18th and 19th century British literature and culture, The condition of England in Charles Kingsley’s novel ‘Alton Locke’ – Warsaw University, Poland
Noveber 2012 – Phd Conference Słowo jako instrument manipulacji w tekście Johna Browna „Memoir of Robert Blincoe” – University of Opole, Poland
April 2012 – PASE Conference Social and literary significance of John Brown’s “A Memoir of Robert Blincoe – Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland