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0704-f1ENG3S-BA Course page

The aims of the Bachelor Seminar are:

-) to develop skills connected with the choice of field of study;

-) to develop the ability of writing a bachelor's thesis in agreement with the requirements for this type of work;

-) to develop the knowledge and academic skills in accordance with the field of study of the particular seminar group


The course will prepare students for choosing a research topic and a theoretical framework for the analysis of a selected literary or audiovisual translation. In the winter semester, an overview of major issues in translation studies will be presented, with special regard to their usefulness in translation studies research. Theoretical readings will be supplemented with exercises in translation and translation evaluation designed to hone skills in critical translation analysis.

0704-f1ENG3S-PE Course page
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0704-f1ENG3S-SS2 Course page

The seminar is designed to familiarize the students with the key reference points within the frameworks of Text Linguistics and Cognitive linguistics and the relevant application of these in stylistic analysis

0704-f1ENG3S-SS3 Course page
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0704-f1ENG3S-SS4 Course page

(in Polish) The seminar presents the work of William Shakespeare from a variety of perspectives (theatrical, film, literary, translation). Focusing on King Lear, the students will discover the richness of possible interpretations of the play and its influence on European and American culture.

0704-f1ENG3S-SS1 Course page

Reading and writing of American poetry

The seminar focuses on the experience of reading and writing American poetry. A selection of poems from the 19th to the 21st cent. will be explored in class in the context of social and literary history. We will also address reception and translation of American poetry and try to “unlock the poet within.” We will seek to invite contemporary poets to share their work and comment on poetry writing.

0704-f1ENG3S-TLSP Course page
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