Publications

Journal Articles

  1. Masculinity, Nostalgia and Polishness in Somers Town. Journal of British Cinema and Television 10(4), 890-908.
  2. Ambiguity and Change: Post-2004 Polish Migration to the UK in Contemporary British Cinema. Journal of Contemporary European Studies 20(2), 215-227.
  3. ”Wielka Brytania, wielkie nadzieje”: wizerunek polskiej migracji w Londyńczykach. Images
  4. Europe is Ageing: The Oedipal Trajectory and its Social Implications in Alumbramiento. Short Film Studies 1(2), 195-198.
  5. ‘Great Britain, Great Expectations’: The Representation of Polish Migration to Great Britain in Londyńczycy/Londoners. Critical Studies in Television: The International Journal of Television Studies 6(2), 127-140.
  6. Transnational Subjectivity: Trauma and Displacement in Roman Polański'sRepulsion. Journal of British Cinema and Television 8(3), 337-356.
  7. Beyond the Nation State: ‘'New Europe' and Discourses of British Identity in Pawel Pawlikowski's 'Last Resort' (2000). Journal of Contemporary European Studies 17(1), 91-107.
  8. Imagining Englishness: the mapping of identity inMy Summer of Love(2004) by Pawel Pawlikowski. New Cinemas: Journal of Contemporary Film 7(2), 119-136.
  9. & Gendered discourses of nation(hood) and the West in Polish cinema. Studies in European Cinema 4(3), 187-198.
  10. The Patriarchal Unconscious: The Difficulty of Oedipal Trajectory in Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo. International Studies. Interdiciplinary Political and Cultural Journal 7(2), 69-86.

Books

  1. The Cinema of Pawel Pawlikowski: Sculpting Stories. Columbia University Press.
  2. & (Eds.). Representing Gender in Cultures. E.H.Oleksy, J. Rydzewska (Ed.), Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.

Book Chapters

  1. & Developments in Eastern European Cinema since 1989. In R. Stone, P. Cooke, S. Dennison, A. Marlow-Mann (Ed.), The Routledge Companion to World Cinema. Routledge.
  2. Transnarodowosc, postsekularyzm i tajemnica winy w Idzie Pawla Pawlikowskiego/Transnationalism, Postsecularism and the Enigma of Guilt in Pawel Pawlikowski's Ida (2013). In S. Jagielski, M. Podsiadlo (Ed.), Kino polskie jako kino transnarodowe. (pp. 23-40). Krakow: Universitas.
  3. Krzysztof Kieslowski TV series Decalogue (encyclopaedia entry). In Adam Bingham (Ed.), The Directory of World Cinema: Eastern European Cinema.
  4. Krzysztof Kieslowski's Blind Chance (1981) (encyclopaedia entry). In Adam Bingham (Ed.), The Directory of World Cinema: Eastern European Cinema.
  5. Roman Polanski's Cul-de-Sac (1966) (encyclopaedia entry). In Adam Bingham (Ed.), The Directory of World Cinema: Eastern European Cinema.
  6. Zbigniew Cybulski (encyclopaedia entry). In Adam Bingham (Ed.), The Directory of World Cinema: Eastern European Cinema.
  7. Re-Visioning Feminism: Progressive Text, Genre and Female Experience in Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore. In E.H.Oleksy, D. Golanska (Ed.), Teaching Visual Culture in an Interdisciplinary Classroom. -54). Utrecht: ATHENA.
  8. Poland: Gender Relations in the 'New Europe'. In Men and Masculinities in Europe. (pp. 189-211). London: Whiting and Birch.
  9. Erin Brockovich and Female Subjectivity. In E.H.Oleksy, J. Rydzewska (Ed.), Representing Gender in Cultures. (pp. 215-228). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.

Other Research Outputs

  1. (2014). Anna, Ida et Wanda en Pologne (Ida de Pawel Pawlikowski) (Review of Ida (2013) by Pawel Pawlikowski). (Contreligne No. Juin 2014).