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0704-p2ENG2S-STSFA-L Course page

The aim of the lecture Semiotics and Textual Spaces: Focus on Australia is an extensive exploration into such areas as the Conceptual Universe of Aboriginal Australians, the rise of Australia after settlement (1788) and Identity Construction of Anglo-Australians along with Australian English and Australian Literature in English and Visual Arts.

0704-p2ENG2S-TE-L Course page

The aim of the course in the second semester is to discuss selected aspects of text editing tools as well as showing their use in the analysis of editorial constitution of MA projects and case studies.

0704-p2ENG2S-MA Course page

TRANSLATION STUDIES (dr Dorota Guttfeld)

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 summer semester, students will submit parts of their diploma project and receive individual feedback.

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MA SEMINAR IN CULTURAL AND LITERARY STUDIES (dr hab. Edyta Lorek-Jezińska)

The aim of the MA seminar is to assist students in the process of researching and writing their MA theses in the field of cultural studies.

0704-p2ENG2S-PE Course page

(in Polish) Practical English course is a block of classes consisting of 4 courses: Academic Writing, Grammar, Reading and Vocabulary and Speaking/Laboratory. The general aim of the course is is to master students' competence at C1 (+) level.

0704-p2ENG2S-SSATL-I Course page
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0704-p2ENG2S-SSL-I Course page
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0704-p2ENG2S-SSGM-II Course page

The goal of the MA seminar in linguistics (Image and meaning construction in the language of the public sphere) is to provide the students with the basic tools for the analysis of public discourse public sphere, in such domains as journalism, politics, sport, art, music, etc. In term one is to carry out a thorough revision of theoretical distinctions and methodological prerequisites, and a consolidation of the above elements towards the materialization of a selected research project.

0704-p2ENG2S-SSTS-II 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-p2ENG2S-SSCA-I Course page
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0704-p2ENG2S-SSIL-I Course page

The course will apply key paradigms within translation studies (linguistic view on translation, functionalist theories of translation, descriptive translation theories, cultural turn in translation studies, translation and ideology) to literary translation. Students will produce, examine and evaluate translation of literary texts, developing skills in critical translation analysis.

0704-p2ENG2S-SSEI-II Course page

The goal of the seminar in linguistics (Explorations into Cultural Spaces/Image and meaning construction in the language of the public sphere) is to provide the students with the basic tools for the analysis of public discourse public sphere, in such domains as journalism, politics, sport, art, music, etc. In term one is to carry out a thorough revision of theoretical distinctions and methodological prerequisites, and a consolidation of the above elements towards the materialization of a selected research project.

0704-p2ENG2S-SSMT-II Course page
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