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Lukasz Wodzynski

Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream
Polish Language, Literature and Culture

121 St. Joseph Street, Room 423
416-926-1300 ext. 3255

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Research Interests:

19th and 20th century Polish and Russian literature and culture, modernism, adventure narratives, sociology of literature, popular culture, genre studies.



Adventures of Modernity: Quest-Romance in Polish and Russian Modernist Traditions
(book manuscript, in preparation)

Romance as an Experimental Mode in Polish and Russian Early Modernism  (Ph.D. Dissertation, 2015) 


“Evgenii Zamiatin’s We and Western Traditions of Romance” (in preparation)

“The Prodigal Son of Polish Literature: Michał Witkowski and the Art of Self-Fashioning” (in preparation)

“Modernism Romanced: Imaginary Geography in Jerzy Żuławski’s The Lunar TrilogySlavic Review (Fall 2018, forthcoming).

"The Quest for 'Pure Fame': Fedor Sologub's A Legend in the Making and the Modernist Ambiguity About Literary Celebrity" Slavic and East European Journal 61-4 (2018), 778-801.  


Ph.D., Comparative Literature, University of Toronto, 2015
M.A., Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Toronto, 2008 
Honours B.A., Slavic Languages and Literatures/Computer Science, University of Toronto, 2007


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