Silesian Studies in Anglophone Cultures and Literatures

ISSN: 2197-4438

The "Silesian Studies in Anglophone Cultures and LIteratures" series will
explore various aspects of contemporary Anglophone cultures and literatures
with a particular emphasis on postcoloniality, deconstruction, class, race
and gender as signifying processes in texts produced in Britain and other
Commonwealth countries. The series welcomes submissions from a variety of
disciplines, especially comparative and interdisciplinary studies. The language
of the publications is English. Authors are welcome to submit manuscripts of
monographs and collections of essays.


  • Title: Lessons from the East

    Lessons from the East

    Representations of East Asia in Contemporary Anglophone Films and Novels
    Volume 7
    by Stankomir Nicieja (Author) 2018
    ©2018 Monographs 292 Pages
  • Title: Production of Emotions

    Production of Emotions

    Perspectives and Functions
    Volume 6
    by Teresa Bruś (Volume editor) Marcin Tereszewski (Volume editor) 2016
    ©2016 Edited Collection 203 Pages
  • Title: Spectrum of Emotions

    Spectrum of Emotions

    From Love to Grief
    Volume 5
    by Wojciech Drąg (Volume editor) Ewa Kębłowska-Ławniczak (Volume editor) 2016
    ©2016 Edited Collection 227 Pages
  • Title: Visions and Revisions

    Visions and Revisions

    Studies in Literature and Culture
    Volume 4
    by Grzegorz Czemiel (Volume editor) Justyna Galant (Volume editor) Anna Kędra-Kardela (Volume editor) Aleksandra Kędzierska (Volume editor) Marta Komsta (Volume editor) 2015
    ©2016 Edited Collection 338 Pages
  • Title: Poisoned Cornucopia

    Poisoned Cornucopia

    Excess, Intemperance and Overabundance across Cultures and Literatures
    Volume 3
    by Ryszard Wolny (Volume editor) Stankomir Nicieja (Volume editor) 2014
    ©2015 Edited Collection 341 Pages
  • Title: Literary Spaces in the Selected Works of J.M. Coetzee

    Literary Spaces in the Selected Works of J.M. Coetzee

    Volume 2
    by Katarzyna Karwowska (Author) 2014
    ©2014 Monographs 133 Pages
  • Title: Writing from the Margins of Europe

    Writing from the Margins of Europe

    The Application of Postcolonial Theories to Selected Works by William Butler Yeats, John Millington Synge and James Joyce
    Volume 1
    by Rachael Sumner (Author) 2014
    ©2014 Monographs 310 Pages