Institute of English Studies University of Warsaw

Aneta Dybska

dr Aneta DybskaTitle: Assistant Professor
Office: 231
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Degrees:

  • M.A., University of Warsaw, 1998
  • Ph.D., University of Warsaw, 2005
  • Postdoctoral degree (habilitacja), University of Warsaw, 2017

Research interests:

  • Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century American Social History
  • American cultural studies:
    • African-American studies
    • urban studies
    • race and ethnicity studies
    • gender and queer studies
    • nationalism studies

Selected publications:

  • Dybska, A. (2011) “History and Heterotopia in Gloria Naylor’s Novel Linden Hills (1985)” in: Tomasz Basiuk, Sylwia Kużma-Markowska, Krystyna Mazur [Eds.], The American Uses of History: Essays on Public Memory. The New Americanists in Poland Vol.1.  Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.
  • Dybska, A. (2011). “From the Prison-House of Soledad: The Forging of Black Nationalism and Masculinity in Solitary Confinement.” The Americanist, Issue on Gender and Sexuality Vol.26 (pp. 133-147).
  • Dybska, A. (2011).  “Gentrification and Lesbian Subcultures in Sarah Schulman’s Girls, Visions and Everything.” Polish Journal of American Studies Vol.5 (pp. 99-110).
  • Dybska, A. (2010). Black Masculinities in American Social Science and Self-Narratives of the 1960s and 1970s. Hamburg: Peter Lang.
  • Dybska, A. (2010). “Bobby Seale’s Autobiographical Writings: From Revolutionary to Hegemonic Masculinity.” in: Bożenna Chylińska [Ed.], Revolutions, Evolutions, and Devolutions in Europe, America, and Elsewhere. Warsaw: Institute of English Studies, University of Warsaw (pp. 95-123).
  • Dybska, A. (2009). “Nacjonalizmy Malcoma X.” in: Ewa Łuczak and Andrzej Antoszek [Eds.], Czarno na białym. Afroamerykanie, którzy poruszyli Amerykę. Warszawa: WUW (pp. 142-172).
  • Dybska, A. (2009). “Intervention into the Ideologies of Race, Poverty, and Masculinity: Claude Brown’s Success Story Manchild in the Promised Land” in: Bożenna Chylińska [Ed.], The Ideology and Rhetoric: Constructing America. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press (pp. 99-109).