Polish Studies

Series Editor: Halina Filipowicz (University of Wisconsin, Madison)

This series welcomes proposals in Polish studies, including literature, film, performance studies, gender and women's studies, cultural and intellectual history, folklore, and critical theory. Open to different methodological approaches, interpretive perspectives, and historical frameworks, the series is designed to showcase the richness of Polish studies in the twenty-first century. It aims to offer new interpretations of familiar texts and practices; to take roads less traveled in Polish studies to look for fresh insights and extend available knowledge about a complex and controversial culture; to chart new directions in scholarship on Polish topics; and to open up cutting-edge interdisciplinary and comparative perspectives.


Editorial Board:

  • Robert Frost, University of Aberdeen

  • Christopher Garbowski, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Lublin

  • Elwira Grossman, University of Glasgow

  • Irena Grudzinska Gross, Princeton University; Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw

  • Beth Holmgren, Duke University

  • Andrzej Karcz, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw; Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University, Warsaw

  • Joanna Michlic, University College London

  • Ryszard Nycz, Jagiellonian University, Krakow; Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw

  • Neal Pease, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

  • Ursula Phillips, University College London

  • Bozena Shallcross, University of Chicago

  • Kris Van Heuckelom, University of Leuven


Current Titles in Polish Studies: