Ewa Mazierska

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Ewa Mazierska
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Ewa Mazierska
- Wrocław (Poland), July 25, 2010
Born1964
NationalityPolish
Occupationfilm

Ewa Mazierska (born 1964 in Włocławek, Poland) is a reader in Contemporary Cinema, in the Department of Humanities of the University of Central Lancashire.[1] Her publications include various articles in Polish and English and a number of monographs. She also co-edited Relocating Britishness (co-authors: John Walton, Susan Sydney-Smith, and Steven Caunce; Manchester University Press, 2004).

Education:

  • 1987; Masters in philosophy, Warsaw University, Poland[1]
  • 1995; Ph.D., Lódz University, Poland[1]

Film critic Michał Oleszczyk writes she is one of the two Poland-born scholars leading the field of Polish films studies outside Poland (the other one being Marek Haltof).[2]

Selected bibliography[edit]

In English[edit]

  • 2003 - From Moscow to Madrid: European Cities, Postmodern Cinema (co-author: Laura Rascaroli)
  • 2004 - Dreams and Diaries: The Cinema of Nanni Moretti (co-author: Laura Rascaroli)
  • 2006 - Crossing New Europe: Postmodern Travel and the European Road Movie
  • 2006 - Women in Polish Cinema (co-author: Elżbieta Ostrowska [pl])
  • 2007 - Roman Polanski: The Cinema of a Cultural Traveller
  • 2007 - Polish Postcommunist Cinema: From Pavement Level
  • 2008 - Larks on a String: Masculinities in Polish and Czech and Slovak Cinema
  • 2010 - Jerzy Skolimowski: The Cinema of a Nonconformist

In Polish[edit]

  • 1999 - Człowiek wobec kultury: James Ivory i jego filmy (Oficyna Wydawnicza ER, ISBN 83-900494-1-4)
  • 1999 - Uwięzienie w teraźniejszości i inne postmodernistyczne stany: Twórczość Wong Kar-Waia (Książka i Prasa, ISBN 83-909696-7-X)
  • 2007 - Słoneczne kino Pedra Almodóvara (Słowo/Obraz Terytoria, ISBN 978-83-7453-732-2)[3]
  • 2010 - Pasja. Filmy Jean-Luca Godarda (Korporacja Ha!art, ISBN 978-83-61407-23-2)[4][5]

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