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Please include the following information on the first page:
- Title (centered) in Polish and English
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- Summary in a Slavic language ( 500 characters with spaces)about the literaturethepaper deals with along with keywordsin that language;
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- Indexes: separately authors and translators;
- Short biographical note: type of degree, name and surname, date and place of birth, place of employment, research interests, the latest publications.
Template of a biographical note:
Leszek Małczak – born in 1971 in Lubliniec, Assistant Professor in the Department of the Theory of Literature and Translation in the Institute of Slavic Philology (IFS) at the University of Silesia; researcher of South Slavic literatures, mainly deals with Croatian literature and culture, his research interests revolve around: the phenomenon of regionalism, Polish-Croatian cultural contacts, comparative literature and culture studies and the history, theory and practice of translation. He published, inter alia, the monograph entitled Wind in Croatian literature. On the literary figure of wind in the nineteenth- and twentieth-century Croatian literature of the Mediterranean zone (2004) (Wiatr w literaturze chorwackiej. O figurze literackiej wiatru w XIX- i XX-wiecznym piśmiennictwie chorwackim strefy śródziemnomorskiej (2004)) and Croatica. Croatian literature and culture in Poland in the years 1944-1984 (2013) (Croatica. Literatura i kultura chorwacka w Polsce w latach 1944-1984 (2013)); he co-edits the selection of the contemporary Serbian drama Serbian Roulette (2011) (Serbska ruletka (2011)) as well as the selection of the contemporary Croatian drama The Croative Ones (2012) (Kroatywni (2012)).
Bożena Tokarz, born in 1946 in Łódź; Full Professor at the Institute of Slavic Studies of the University of Silesia; researcher of the twentieth-century Polish and Slovenian literature; studies the theory of literature, comparative studies, the theory of translation, historical poetics. She has authored the following books: The theory of literature. The methodology of literary research. Katowice 1980. pp. 329 (co-authored by S. Zabierowski) (Teoria literatury. Metodologia badań literackich. Katowice 1980. ss. 329 (współautor: S. Zabierowski)); A literary myth. From the myth of reality to the change of the substance of poetry. Ed. “Śląsk”. Katowice 1983, pp. 327 (Mit literacki. Od mitu rzeczywistości do zmiany substancji poetyckiej. Wyd. „Śląsk”. Katowice 1983, ss. 327); The poetics of New Wave. Ed. UŚ Katowice 1990, pp. 231 (Poetyka Nowej Fali. Wyd. UŚ Katowice 1990, ss. 231); Pattern, likeness, resemblance. (From the studies on artistic translation). Wyd. Śląsk. Katowice 1998, ss. 163 (Wzorzec, podobieństwo, przypominanie. (Ze studiów nad przekładem artystycznym). Ed. Śląsk. Katowice 1998 pp. 163; Between destruction and construction. On Srečko Kosovel’s poetry in the constructivist context. Ed. UŚ. Katowice 2004, pp. 227 (Między destrukcją a konstrukcją. O poezji Srečka Kosovela w kontekście konstruktywistycznym Wyd. UŚ. Katowice 2004, ss. 227); Encounters. The spacetime of artistic translation. Ed. UŚ. Katowice 2010, pp. 274 (Spotkania. Czasoprzestrzeń przekładu artystycznego Wyd. UŚ. Katowice 2010, s. 274). She is also the editor of the translation series Translations of Slavic Literatures (Przekłady Literatur Słowiańskich).
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J. Kowalski: The History of Upper Silesia. Warszawa 2008, s. 35.
(J. Kowalski: Historia Górnego Śląska. Warszawa 2008, p. 35.)
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Adamczyk A.F., 1990: Wpływ górnictwa na wody podziemne. „Socjologia” v. 32, pp. 41–46.
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