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Aleksandra Achtelik Doctor habilitatus, Institute of Culture Sciences, University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland.
Deputy Head of the School of Polish Language and Culture (since 2006), teacher of Polish as a foreign language. Her research interests revolve around issues related to urban anthropology and the anthropology of literature. For several years she has also been involved in the methodology of teaching Polish as a foreign language and teaching Polish culture to foreigners. She is the co-author of the textbooks: Miło mi panią poznać. Język polski w sytuacjach komunikacyjnych [It’s nice to meet you. Polish in communication] and Bawimy się w polski 1. Podręcznik do nauki języka polskiego dla dzieci [Let’s play Polish 1. Polish textbook for children] (Katowice 2009), as well as the publication entitled Bądź na B1. Zbiór zadań z języka polskiego oraz przykładowe testy certyfikatowe dla poziomu B1 [Be at B1. Collection of Polish tasks and sample certificate tests for B1], and the co-editor of the volumes: Sztuka czy rzemiosło? Nauczyć Polski i polskiego [Art or craft? Teaching Poland and Polish] (Katowice 2007, together with Jolanta Tambor) and Sztuka i rzemiosło. Nauczyć Polski i polskiego [Art and craft. Teaching Poland and Polish] (Katowice 2010, together with Małgorzata Kita and Jolanta Tambor), as well as numerous academic articles published in collective volumes.
E-mail: aleksandra.achtelik@us.edu.pl

Irina Adelgejm Doctor habilitatus, Institute of Slavonic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia.
She is the author of several monographs
(Польская проза межвоенного двадцатилетия: между Западом и Россией. Феномен психологического языка, 2000; Поэтика „промежутка”: молодая польская проза после 1989 года, 2005; Травма вре­мени, терапия повествования. О польской прозе 1990–2000-х гг. – in print) and many articles on Polish literature, mainly on Polish literature of the 20th and 21st centuries. Her primary academic interests include the relationship between literary language and psychological mechanisms, problems of private, historical, and cultural memory, and issues of translation and reception. Sha has translated the works written by, e.g., G. Herling­-Grudziński, T. Różewicz, M. Tulli, P. Huelle, A. Stasiuk, O. Tokarczuk, E. Kuryluk, M. Bieńczyk, H. Krall, J. Korczak, J. Hen, M. Wilk, W. Tochman and others.
E-mail: adelgejm@yandex.ru

Natalia Ananiewa Professor, Faculty of Philology, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia.
She is the author of numerous publications in the field of linguistics; she has published the following articles in Polish: Fleksja czasownika w gwarze wsi Maćkowce i Szaróweczka na Podolu [Verb inflection in the dialect used in the village of Maćkowceand Szaróweczka in Podolia] (in: Rieger J., ed., 1995,
Studia nad polszczyzną kresową, vol. VIII, Warsaw), O niektórych typach polskich gwar na Ukrainie [On several types of Polish dialects used in Ukraine] (in: Rieger J., ed, 1996, Język Dawnych Kresów Wschodnich, Warsaw), Wykrzykniki i wyrazy o charakterze wykrzyknikowym w nauczaniu polszczyzny w środowisku rosyjskojęzycznym [Exclamation marks and exclamatory words in teaching Polish in the Russian-speaking community] (in: Nycz R., Miodunka W., Kunz T., ed., 2010, Polonistyka bez granic, vol. 2, Glottodydaktyka polonistyczna – współczesny język polski – językowy obraz świata
, Kraków).
E-mail: ananeva.46@mail.ru

Desisława-Dewora Atanasowa Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen, Bulgaria.
She completed her specialisation studies in Moscow and in Poland. She is a member of the Polish Club in Varna and the Slavonic Club in Shumen. Shee has published works in the field of linguistics and cultural studies.
E-mail: desislava_devora_shu@abv.bg

Nina AugustynowiczPhD, Institute of Literary Studies, University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland.
Augustynowicz is a literary scholar who specialises in critical food studies. She has completed her PhD dissertation on the subject of conceptual metaphors of food in Victorian literature. She has published on the significance of eating in the works of Charlotte Brontë, George Eliot, and Charlotte Perkins Gilman, and in popular culture. Her current research continues to focus on the exploration of foodscapes, especially in terms of the reproduction of femininity through alimentary practices.
E-mail: nina.augustynowicz@us.edu.pl

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