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Author Biography

Anna Kowalcze-Pawlik, University of Lodz, Poland

Anna Kowalcze-Pawlik, Ph.D., Assistant Professor at the Department of the British and Commonwealth Studies at the Faculty of International and Political Studies, University of Lodz, where she teaches literary and cultural studies, serves as the academic secretary of International Studies: Interdisciplinary Political and Cultural Journal and works in the International Shakespeare Studies Centre. Dr Kowalcze-Pawlik is a board member of the Polish Shakespeare Society, where he has been serving as the vice president since 2018. She is also an active member of the British, American, European and International Shakespeare Societies (BSA, SAA, ESRA, ISA) as well as the American Renaissance Society (RSA); she also belongs to the International Society for Translation and Intercultural Research (IATIS). Her main fields of research are literary studies and (post-)translation studies: revenge in literature, early modern women writers, Shakespeare in performance and Shakespeare in translation. She is currently working on the history of the Polish reception of Shakespeare’s The Tempest.


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Chowaniec, Ula (Urszula), Ewa Mazierska and Richard Mole. “Queer(ing) Poland in the 21st Century: How Was It at the Beginning of the Millennium? Introduction to This Special Issue on Queer Culture and the LGBTQ+ Movement in Poland.” Central Europe, 2021: 1-13.
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How to Cite

Kowalcze-Pawlik, A. (2021). Theatre Reviews. Multicultural Shakespeare: Translation, Appropriation and Performance, 23(38), 219–225.