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Dr hab. Zbigniew Mazur

Assistant Professor
Telephone number
+48 81537 2648
E-mail address
Faculty of Humanities, Room 504. Office hours in summer semester 2020/2021: Tuesday, 12-1pm, and by appointment.

Personal information

Dr. hab. Zbigniew Mazur specializes in the cultural history of English and American culture as well as contemporary popular culture. He is the author of three books and numerous scholarly articles.  Dr. Mazur was a Fulbright scholar at the McNeill Center for Early American Studies of the University of Pennsylvania. He is a member of the editorial boards of The Polish Journal for American Studies i The European Journal of American Studies. He is an active member of the Polish Association for American Studies, the Polish Association for the Study of English, the Organization of American Historians, and a member of the scientific committee of  the European Early American Studies Association.

Select publications

  1. Oswajanie Innego: Obraz Polski i Polaków w prasie brytyjskiej w latach 2002-2007 (Taming the Other: Representations of Poland and Poles in the British Press, 2002-2007, with Irmina Wawrzyczek, Hanna Szewczyk and Alan Bairner). Lublin: Wydawnictwo Gaudium, 2010.
  2. The Power of Play: Leisure, Recreation, and Cultural Hegemony in Colonial Virginia. Lublin: Maria Curie-Sklodowska University Press, 2010.
  3. Settlers and Indians: Transformations of English Culture in Seventeenth-Century Virginia. Lublin: Maria Curie-Sklodowska University Press, 1995. 
  4. "New Europe, Old Games: Making Sense of Anglo_Polish Media Coverage of England versus Poland Football Matches". Sport in Society 12.2 (2009). s. 141-155 (co-author).
  5. “The Global Jordanspace,” (with B. Carrington, D.L. Andrews, and S.J. Jackson), in: D.L. Andrews, ed., Michael Jordan Inc.: Corporate sport, media culture, and late modern America. Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 2001): 177-216.
  6. “Popular Recreations and the Formation of White Male Identity in Eighteenth-Century Virginia,” in: Cornelis A. Van Minnen and Sylvia Hinton, eds., Federalism, Citizenship, and Collective Identities in U.S. History. Amsterdam: VU University Press, 2000: 75-88.