Websites / Profiles:
- B.A. in English, the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, 2002
- M.A. in Anglo-Irish Literature and Drama, University College Dublin, Ireland, 2004
- Ph.D. in History, the University of Zielona Góra, 2016
- mass culture, popular culture
- mass media
- tensions and interplay between popular and elite (or folk) culture
- “highbrow” and “lowbrow” culture in 19th and early-20th century America
- The British Independent Movement
- Modernism in literature and criticism
- TEFL at academic level
- The USA: the past and the present (US Studies/Introduction to the United States)
- Selected Elements of the History and Culture of Anglophone Countries
- Practical English: Speaking, Listening, Writing, Reading & Writing
- Preparatory Seminar for B.A. students
- Diploma Seminar for B.A. students
- Introduction to Grammar
- Academic Writing
Papers read at International Conferences:
- „Edukacja obywatelska w USA (Wirginia Zachodnia) a w Polsce - podobieństwa i róznice.” (“Civic education in the USA (West Virginia) and in Poland – Similarities and Differences.”) co-authored with Prof. Bogumiła Burda and delivered in Polish at the International Conference Parlament - konstytucja - demokracja w edukacji historycznej i obywatelskiej. 17.9.2011 organized by the Polish Historical Society, the Institute of History and Archivists of the Nicholas Copernicus University and the General Polish Center for Training of History Teachers by the S.O.P., Łagów, 17 September 2011.
- „Troubled” History, Camps: The Camps of the Second World War in History Textbooks („Trudna historia,” obozy: obozy drugiej wojny światowej w podręcznikach do nauczania historii), delivered in English at the International Conference „Difficult History” and its European Dimension in Education – „Trudna historia” i jej wymiar europejski w edukacji” by the Department of Didactics of History, Zielona Góra 8-11 September 2013.
- „Współczesna edukacja historyczna w szkołach stanu Wirginia Zachodnia (The Education System In Contemporary West Virginia)” Jeremy Pomeroy, delivered in Polish at the International Conference Edukacja-Kultura-Społeczeństwie 22.9.2011 organized by the Department of Didactics of History and Social Studies of the Institute of History of Wrocław University, Wrocław, Sept. 22nd, 2014.
- „The Elusive Blood in the Poems of Allen Tate,” delivered in English at the International Conference Konferencji VI Dni Kultury Amerykańskiej organized by the Institute of American and Polish Studies of Jagielloński University, Kraków, 2-4 April 2014.
- „The Phenomenon of Americanization in Poland: an Analysis of Internet Publications” („Zjawisko amerykanizcji w Polce: analys publikacji internetowej”), co-authored by Danuta Nowak and delivered in English at the International Conference Communication&Culture 21-22 May 2014, organized by the Academic Circle of Sociology Students of Wrocław University, under the auspices of the Department of Social Sciences’ Institute of Sociology, Wrocław, 21-22 May 2014.
- "The Cohabitation of Pennsylvania and Alabama: James Buchanan and William Rufus King," delivered in English at the International Conference Interdisciplinary views on the English language, literature and culture, organized by the Department of English of the University of Zielona Góra, Zielona Góra, 1-2 December, 2016.
- “Reaching an American Readership: the Mediators and the Accessibility of Zbigniew Herbert’s Poetry to the U.S. Literary Public,” delivered by proxy at the Interdisciplinary Scientific Conference (with international participation) devoted to the Days of Slavic Writing and Culture”, Kolomna, Russia, 16-17 May 2017.