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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.



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

Courses Taught:

SLA216H Introduction to Polish Culture
SLA226H Film and Ethics: Polish Cinema
SLA236H Polish Culture in 10 Images (online)
SLA252H Russian Short Story
SLA266H War and Culture
SLA306H Conversations - Inspirations: Polish for Communication
SLA336H Let’s Talk! Advanced Polish
SLA346H Communism and Culture
SLA356H What’s New? Contemporary Polish Culture
SLA426H Polish Culture for the Curious
SLA486H Escape from Utopia: European Science Fiction

SLA1308H History on Endless Trial: The Modernist Formation in Polish Culture
SLA1320H Postcommunism – Postcolonialism – Postdependency
SLA1330H Literature and Science (graduate)

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121 St. Joseph Street
Alumni Hall (AH), Room 431
Toronto, Ontario ~ M5S 1J4

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