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Lecture "Brechtian Dimensions in Eighteenth Century Theatre"

Dear Colleagues and Students,

We cordially invite you to attend the lecture of Professor Paddy Lyons (University of Glasgow) entitled "Brechtian Dimensions in Eighteenth Century Theatre." The lecture is held at the Institute of English Studies in room 113 (library) on May 25 (Friday) at 10.00 am.
 
You can read more about the lecture here:
 
 
The lecture begins the 8th Warsaw Literary Meeting Conference.
 
On behalf of the Organizers,
 
Magdalena Pypeć
Conference Coordinator
 
Lecture Poster Prof. Lyons-page-001

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Student Essay Prize 2018 - 2 competitions

Our Institute is organising two competitions this year - for Institute and University students. See Student Essay Prize for terms and conditions and good luck!

Introduction to Linguistics I Retake

In response to recent instances of disinformation spread through assorted social media, which may result in a much undesired disruption of Institute affairs, the faculty would like to remind those whom it may concern that

The Introduction to Linguistics I Retake

will take place on

March 6th (Tuesday), at 2:00 p.m. (14:00 HRS), in room 335.

The final test retake follows the same organizational rules (i.e. exam mode) as the first final (i.e. it is taken/sat collectively and not as separate tests in tutoring groups).

Student Essay Prize TST

INSTITUTE OF ENGLISH STUDIES STUDENT ESSAY PRIZE

funded by Griffin Real Estate Sp. z o.o.

First Prize: 5.000

Distinctions (2): 500

Entries are invited for the 2017 Institute of English Studies Student Essay Prize on the following subject:

“Electronic books make specialist departmental libraries obsolete." Discuss this statement in relation to your own experience at the University of Warsaw.

Guidelines:

1. The essay must be written in English.

2. We are looking for originality and clarity of thought, a logical argument, excellent written communication, and evidence of reading and thinking outside your current academic syllabus.

3. The essay must be between 1,500 and 1,800 words (including footnotes and captions).

4. You must acknowledge and cite all sources you refer to or get ideas from, including websites, magazines, and podcasts. These can be referenced as footnotes or in the text in brackets.

5. You must provide a bibliography, detailing the sources you have referred to or drawn from – including websites consulted. This is not included in the word limit.

6. You must type your essay in font Times New Roman, size 12, using 1,5 line spacing and standard margins (2,5 cm).

DEADLINE: 31 May 2017

pdfWARUNKI KONKURSU/Terms and Conditions

docxFORMULARZ ZGŁOSZENIOWY/Application Form

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WINNERS:

Filip Boratyn, Ośrodek Studiów Amerykańskich

Adam Łukasiak, Instytut Anglistyki

CONGRATULATIONS!

Both essays will be published in Folio. A Students Journal # 4 (17) 2018.