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BIO Lucyna Aleksandrowicz Pedich2


Lucyna Aleksandrowicz-Pędich



Institute of Humanities
Faculty of Humanities
Department of English Studies


Professor Lucyna Aleksandrowicz-Pędich retired in October 2020, however she still collaborates with SWPS University, mainly on teaching projects. She continues her research into the 20th century American poetry and prose, Jewish culture, cultural memory studies, and inter-cultural communication in the context of education and business relations.

Professor Aleksandrowicz-Pędich has written numerous publications, including books, such as Literatura amerykańska w kształceniu nauczycieli języka angielskiego (American Literature in Education of Teachers of English) (2003), Międzykulturowość na lekcjach języków obcych (Cultural Differences in Teaching Foreign Languages) (2005), Memory and Neighborhood: Poles and Poland in Jewish American Fiction after World War Two (2013), Między Freudem a Bogiem. Życie i twórczość Anne Sexton (Between Freud and God. The Life and Work of Anne Sexton) (2020). She edited a series of books on canonical American prose (2007-2011) and co-edited a series on American female poets (2005-2011). She is also an editor of the “Studies in Jewish History and Memory” series at Peter Lang Publishers.

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