Agnieszka Jezyk

Maria Kott Endowed Assistant Professor of Polish Studies
Agnieszka Jezyk

Contact Information

PDL A-215
Office Hours
Spring 2024 - Fridays 1:30 - 2:30 p.m. in person, and by appointment online


Ph.D., Slavic Studies (specializing in Polish), University of Illinois at Chicago, 2019
M.A., Polish Literature (specializing in Culture Studies), Jagiellonian University, Kraków, 2009
B.A., Polish Literature (specializing in Culture Studies), Jagiellonian University, Kraków, 2007
Curriculum Vitae (165.04 KB)
Agnieszka Jeżyk earned her Ph.D. from the University of Illinois at Chicago for her thesis on the excessive matter in Bruno Jasieński’s poems. She is working on a manuscript discussing marginal subjectivities in the 1920s Polish avant-garde poetry. Her other project focuses on the representations of deadly technologies in various Central European avant-garde works. Agnieszka Jeżyk’s research interests also include critical theory with an emphasis on psychoanalysis, Slavic horror, material culture in Cold War Central Europe, and European avant-gardes. She worked at the University of California at Los Angeles, and the University of Toronto. Agnieszka Jeżyk is currently appointed as Assistant Professor of Polish Studies at the Slavic Department of the University of Washington, Seattle.

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Professional Affiliations
University of California, Los Angeles 2017-2019, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON 2019-2022