Teaching Experience

Supervisor for about 70 Bachelor and Master Thesis (finished) and an ancillary supervisor for 1 PhD student (Łukasz Gemziak; he also got the first award in the competition for the best Bachelor’s thesis, Faculty of Languages, Nicolaus Copernicus University in 2009 written under my supervision). Reviewer for about 80 theses.

2002-18

POSTCOMER / Institute of Slavonic Philology [ISP] Nicolaus Copernicus University [NCU], Poland:

Undergraduate (Balkan Studies): History of Serbian and Croatian Literature, History of the Culture of the Balkans, BA seminar.

Undergraduate (Russian Studies): Literary Studies – Introduction, BA seminar.

Undergraduate (Slavic Studies): Literary Studies – Introduction, History of Serbian and Croatian Literature, History of Serbian Literature, History of Czech Literature, Czech Culture.

Graduate (Balkan Studies): The Balkans Art in the 19th-21st centuries, Balkan Literatures in Comparison, Post-Socialism: Identity of the Transformation Era, Cultural and Literary Studies – Introduction, Political Changes in the Balkans in the Second Half of the 20th century, The Balkans Political and Social Thought, Slavic and the Balkans Political and Social Thought, The Balkans Ethnology, Balkan Literatures in Comparison, Cultural Studies – Introduction, Cultural and Literary Studies – Introduction, MA seminar.

Graduate (Russian Studies): Russian Philosophical Thought, Political Philosophy in the 20th Century, Theory of Literature, Russia and Slavs.

Graduate (Slavic Studies): Slavic Literatures, Slavic Literatures in Comparison, Slavic and Balkan Cultures.

Open ISP lecture: The 20th Century Canon of Serbian and Croatian Literature, Bakhtin Reads Krleža.


2014-18

Laboratory for Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies, NCU:
Undergraduate (Comparative Literary & Cultural Studies): Methodology of Comparative Studies, Workshop on Comparative Studies, World Literature, Comparative Literatures.


2012/13

Open university lecture, NCU: Bitter Patriotism: Slavic Literatures and Identities on the Crossroad.


2010/11

Institute of Slavonic Philology [ISP], Adam Mickiewicz University [AMU], Poznań, Poland:
Undergraduate (Slavic Studies): History of the 19th Century Serbian and Croatian Literature, South Slavs’ Literature in the Balkans Cultural Context.

Open ISP lectures (Slavic Studies): Bitter Patriotism: Slavic Literatures and Identities on the Crossroad, Slavic and the Balkans Political and Social Thought.


2007/08

Institute of International Studies (now Faculty), NCU:
Undergraduate (International Studies): Slavic Political and Social Thought.


2006/07

Faculty of Social Sciences and Journalism, University of Lower Silesia, Wrocław, Poland:
Undergraduate: Intercultural Class.