Jednostki i pracownicy - książka adresowa

dr Elżbieta Perkowska-Gawlik

Stanowisko
adiunkt
Jednostki
KATEDRA ANGLISTYKI I AMERYKANISTYKI

Adres

Nowa Humanistyka, parter 23B Pl. Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej 4
20-031 Lublin

O sobie

Zainteresowania naukowe:

współczesna literatura anglojęzyczna, w szczególności akademicka powieść kryminalna

 

 


Działalność naukowa

Wybrane publikacje:   

  • Perkowska-Gawlik, E. “Victimization in Academic Mystery Fiction.” Small World: Campus Fiction – Regional or Global? Edited by Dieter Fuchs & Wojciech Klepuszewski. Leiden, Boston: Brill Rodopi, 2019, pp. 111-121.
  • Perkowska-Gawlik, E. “A Criminal Heterotopia of University Libraries or the Doubling ‘Of Other Spaces’ in Academic Mystery Fiction.” Crime Fiction – A Critical Casebook, edited by Stephen Butler and Agnieszka Sienkiewicz-Charlish, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2018, pp. 277-288.
  •  Perkowska-Gawlik, E. “Between Pure Entertainment and Informative Guidance: The Heterotopia of Rehab Institutions in Elizabeth Zelvin’s Cozy Mystery  Death Will Get You Sober.”Acta Humana,vol.8, Wydawnictwo UMCS, 2017, pp. 195-206

  • Perkowska-Gawlik, E. “Investigating different aspects of solidarity: Brook Farm in Adele Fasick’s historical mystery A Death in Utopia.” Beyond Philology Quarterly,vol.14, no.4, Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Gdańskiego,2017, pp. 125-140. 

  • Perkowska-Gawlik, E. “The Multiple Identities of Norman N. Holland in Postmodern Mystery and Academia.” Academia in Fact and Fiction. Ludmiła Gruszewska-Blaim / Merritt Moseley (eds.), Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang,  2016, pp.105-113.
  • Perkowska-Gawlik, E. “The Taming of Dystopia in Progress: A Collage of Narrative Strategies in Barry J. Gardner’s Webcomic Hyperbolic Dystopia(Im)perfection Subverted, Reloaded and Networked: Utopian Discourse across Media, edited by Barbara Klonowska, Zofia Kolbuszewska, Grzegorz Maziarczyk, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang,  2015, pp. 195-208.
  • Perkowska-Gawlik, E. “Character in the Academic Mystery: The Raven and the Nightingale by Joanne Dobson.”  Jadwiga Węgrodzka, ed. Characters in Literary Fictions. Frankfurt am Mein: Peter Lang, 2015, pp. 184-197.
  • Perkowska-Gawlik, E. “The Quest For Identity In Academic Mystery Fiction.” Agnieszka Sienkiewicz-Charlish, Urszula Elias, eds. Crime Scenes: Modern Crime Fiction in an International Context. Gdańsk Transatlantic Studies in British and North American Culture. Vol.6. Frankfurt am Mein: Peter Lang 2014, pp. 53-64.