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Andrea F. de Carlo – professor, The “Orientale” University of Naples, Italy.
E-mail: afdecarlo@unior.it

Sonia Caputa – PhD, Assistant Professor at the Institute of Literary Studies at the University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland.
Sonia Caputa holds a Ph.D. in American literature from the same university, she is a fellow of 2014 and 2016 Salzburg Seminar American Studies Association Symposium, a participant of the summer Fulbright scholarship “The United States Department of State 2015 Institute on Contemporary U.S. Literature” (University of Louisville, Kentucky) and a member of the Polish Association for American Studies. She is a guest coeditor of RIAS Online Journal (Review of International American Studies Association): Wor(l)ds Apart: Navigating Differences, and a co-editor of the upcoming volume of Wielkie tematy literatury amerykańskiej: Miłość [Grand Themes of American Literature: Love] (Silesian University Press). She teaches contemporary American ethnic literature and the survey courses of the history of American literature, her interests include but are not limited to: ethnicity, assimilation as well as stereotypes in literature and films.
E-mail: sonia.caputa@us.edu.pl

Sungeun Choi (Estera Czoj) – professor, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul, Republic of Korea.
E-mail: estera90@naver.com

Przemysław Chojnowski – PhD, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland.
E-mail: pch@amu.edu.pl

Wiktor Choriew – professor (prof. dr hab.), Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia.

Joanna Ciesielska – PhD, Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovak Republic.
E-mail: ioanac@wp.pl

Nina Cieślik – post-graduate student, University of Rzeszów, Rzeszów, Poland.
E-mail: ninacieslik@interia.pl

Linda Cracknell – independent scholar and writer, Highland Perthshire, Scotland.
Linda Cracknell is a writer of fiction, non-fiction and occasional radio drama as well as a selfemployed teacher, mentor and facilitator of creative writing in various settings which have included a children’s hospital and the former home of poet Hugh MacDiarmid. Landscape (cultural and physical), place and memory are key themes in her work. Her last two published books (Freight Books, 2013 & 2014) have been a novel, Call of the Undertow, about a cartographer working in isolation in Caithness, and Doubling Back: Ten Paths Trodden in Memory, an account of a series of walks, each of which follow a story from the past. Her latest novel, The Other Side of Stone, has been published in March 2021 by Taproot Press. Linda lives in Highland Perthshire in Scotland.
E-mail: lcracknell0@gmail.com

Romuald Cudak – professor (dr hab. prof. UŚ), University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland.
E-mail: romuald.cudak@us.edu.pl

Olga Cybienko – PhD, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia.
E-mail: cybenko@mail.ru

Barbara Czarnecka – PhD, Nicolaus Copernius University in Toruń, Poland.
E-mail: bwitch@wp.pl

Raczo Czawdarow – assistant professor (doc. dr), Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen, Bulgaria.
E-mail: d.tchavdarova@gmail.com

Maria Czempka-Wewióra PhD, School of Polish Language and Culture, University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland.Her interests focus on cognitive cultural and glottodidactic issues, as well as the possibilities of using speech therapy theory and practice in the process of teaching Polish as a foreign language. She is the author of academic articles on the category of remembrance in language and literature and on teaching Polish as a foreign language. She has lectured at universities in Bulgaria, Germany, Slovakia, Ukraine and Italy. Since 2017, she has been a certified examiner for the State Commission for the Certification of Proficiency in Polish as a Foreign Language.
E-mail: maria.czempka-wewiora@us.edu.p

Tamara Czerkies – PhD, Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland.
E-mail: tamaraczerkies@wp.pl

 

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