Joanna Kot

Research Interests

Polish gender studies, and Polish and Russian modernist drama

Selected Publications

Books

  • Complicating the Female Subject: Gender, National Myths, and Genre in Polish Women’s Inter-war Drama. Academic Studies Press, 2016.
  • Distance Manipulation: The Russian Modernist Search for a New Drama. Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1999.

Recent Articles

  • “Wokół rodziny w dramacie kobiecym lat trzydziestych” in Polonistyka wobec wyzwań współczesności, ed. Stanisław Gajda and Irena Jokiel, vol. 1 (Opole: University of Opole Press, 2015): 528-537.
  • “‘Non-recognition’ and ‘Mourning’: A Means of Change in a Few Polish Inter-War Dramas,” Polish Review, 59, 1 (2014): 53-67.
  • “Rodzina w dramacie kobiecym: po przełomie 1989 roku, a w latach 30, XX wieku,” Postscriptum Polonistyczne, 2, 8 (2011): 143-157.
  • “Nieuznanie i żałoba – droga do przemiany. Wokół paru dramatów dwudziestolecia międzywojennego” in Przemiany dyskursu emancypacyjnego kobiet, ed. Jarosław Ławski and Anna Janicka, Barbara Olech, vol. II (Białystok: Wydawnictwo Alter Studio, 2017): 545-555.

Joanna Kot
Professor
Office: WH 312
P: 815-753-6460
jkot@niu.edu

Education

Ph.D., The University of Chicago, Polish and Russian literature
M.A., State University of New York at Stony Brook, comparative literature
B.A., The University of Chicago, Polish and Russian language and literature

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