Under Foreign Stars. Australian Diaspora and Narratives
Literary Views on Cosmopolitan Europe
Geneza świadomości narodowej Slowaków w kręgach interlingwalnych a interkulturowych
Rola pamięci w literaturze autobiograficznej
Roses by Other Names: The Issue of Creativity and the Status of Originality in the Translation of Metaphor
The Task of the Translation Industry:Audiovisual translation and the limits of the flow metaphor of cultural globalization
Agenda of the West and Arvind Adiga’s The White Tiger
Crossing the Borders in Charotte Brontë’s Fictional Autobiographies
Giselinde Kuipers (Poland, Netherlands)
Humor and cultural references translated: audience's attitude towards different methods of audiovisual translation and different translation strategies
Choosing an Identity. Autobiography as the Reconstruction of the Individual
When the West becomes the home: the portrayal of Bangladeshi immigrants in Monica Ali’s “Brick Lane”
When drama meets music – on the semantic possibilities of opera.
Writing Beyond the Nation: Philosophies of Migration and National Identity in the Latest Work of Caryl Phillips
Asylum, or life in legal limbo? Chechen refugees in post-national France
Zadie Smith’s Imaginary Homelands
„Out of the Margin”: Ethnic Minority Achievement Support
Fictions and truths of self-representation in Jonas Hassen Khemiri ‘s Montecore. Un tigre unique
Embracing Diversity in Teacher Training
Cross-cultural challenges in studying humour: Contemporary social attitudes and conventions about the use of humour in Australia, Japan and China
through space in the works by South Asian American women writers
Facts and Falsehoods in In the Name of the Father by Jim Sheridan.
Between my own culture and the target culture. English language teachers as cultural mediators.
And Ana Kokkinos’s
Colm Toibin’s Brooklyn – the Experience of Emigration as Double Life
The fun component in EFL teaching
The Man Who Made Lincoln Laugh: The Life and Times of Artemis Ward
Linguistic aspects of brand names - global approach
The Issue of Evaluating Intercultural Competence
Tragedy of Incomprehension and Solitude in Joseph Conrad's Amy Foster
American Dream Demythologized: Ignited American Pastoral
A Letter to Shareholders as a Tool of Language Communication in The World of Global Economy
The range of learners' autonomy in a Polish Undergraduate Extracurricular English Integration Project
Eastern European Labour Migrants, Cross-cultural Encounters and the Imperialism of Literary Imagination in Marina Lewicka’s Two Caravans
Black British Masculinities in Recent Fiction
Liminality as the feature determining the position of female characters in novels
Taste Cultures and Taste Publics: Analyzing Humour on Slovak Television
Cohesion in Romani and Bulgarian
Humour, stereotypes and social attitudes in British sitcoms.
Mandeville’s Way to the Saracen Other
The Trojan Diaspora and the Making of Medieval Europe
Beckett's Philosophy of Language.
“Na stojaka” Polish stand-up – new or old form of humor?