Piotr Sobolczyk

Polish Academy of Sciences (Warsaw, Poland).

Piotr Sobolczyk is a professor of literary theory and Polish literature at the Institute of Literary Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw. He graduated from Jagiellonian University where he also obtained his PhD title (2008). He obtained his habilitation at the University of Silesia in 2019. He published two books in English: Polish Queer Modernism (2015) and The Worldview - the Trope - and the Critic. Critical Discourses on Miron Białoszewski (2018), and five books in Polish: Tadeusza Micińskiego podróż do Hiszpanii (2005), Dyskursywizowanie Białoszewskiego (vol. I 2013, vol. II 2014), Queerowe subwersje (2015), and Gotycyzm - modernistyczny sobowtór odmieńca (2017). In 2020 he published his translation of Baltasar Gracián's treatise on conceit with his anthology of Spanish Siglo de Oro Poetry. He is also a co-editor in chief of "MiroFor" yearly (a journal on Miron Białoszewski). He published essays in, among others, "Slavic Review", "Foucault Studies", "Teksty Drugie", "SQS. Journal of Queer Studies", "InterAlia".

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