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Katarzyna Bazarnik

 
Katarzyna Bazarnik is a literary theorist, translator, and co-author of “liberatic” books. She studies the work of James Joyce at the Jagiellonian University’s Institute of English Studies, where she is an Assistant Professor.
 
She is the editor of the Liberature series published by Ha!art and a co-founder of the Liberature Reading Room in Kraków. Along with Zenon Fajfer, Bazarnik published the triptych Oka-leczenie (2000–2009) and (O)patrzenie (2003), launching a liberatic publishing series. She is the author of numerous articles on Liberature, published in Poland and abroad. She is the editor and co-editor of Wokół Jamesa Joyce’a (1998), Od Joyce’a do liberatury (2002), James Joyce and After. Writer and Time (2010), and two issues of Literatura na Świecie devoted to the work of James Joyce (2004) and B.S. Johnson (2008). Her translation of the B.S. Johnson novel The Unfortunates won a distinction at the 2008 Wrocław Book Fair. She recently submitted her book Joyce and Liberature for publication, and is currently working on a monograph devoted to Liberature. Her articles and lectures in Polish and international journals and conferences introduced the concept of Liberature to academia. She is half of the duo “Zenkasi.”

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Sunday, September 18, 2011 - Tuesday, October 11, 2011
New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Oakland

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