Joining a student organization can impact your career and student experience in a many positive ways. It presents many opportunities to develop soft skills, meet new people and learn how to work in a team, organize events and manage projects. You may expand your resume, get networking opportunities and, most importantly, have lots of fun!

Join the Students’ Union by participating in the elections that will take place on October 20-22, 2021. 

More information below:
http://ukw.samorzad.uw.edu.pl/

How to submit your candidacy?
http://ukw.samorzad.uw.edu.pl/index.php/elektroniczne-skladanie-kandydatur/

How to vote in the elections?
http://ukw.samorzad.uw.edu.pl/index.php/wybory-elektroniczne/

Contact for further questions: komisjawyborcza@samorzad.uw.edu.pl

News

The ASC is switching to remote-only teaching

December 2, 2021

Due to the worsening pandemic situation, the ASC is switching to remote-only teaching from Monday, December 6 until December 17, 2021.

News

Happy Thanksgiving!

November 25, 2021

The ASC Director’s wishes all students and workers good health, loads of optimism, and every success!

American Studies Colloquium Series

December 2: ‘Ain’t I a woman?’: Sojourner Truth, Feminist Theory, and the Unstable Category of ‘Woman’

November 22, 2021

Katrin Smiet’s lecture is devoted to the unstable category of ‘womanhood’ discussed from the perspective of power structures. This talk traces the feminist thinkers of the late 20th century to discover different answers to Sojourner Truth’s question: ‘Ain’t I a woman?’

American Studies Colloquium Series

December 9: Sham Ruins, A User’s Guide

November 21, 2021

What is it that sham ruins ruin? This talk focuses on a number of American sham ruins, and new meaning they impose. The reevaluation of sham ruins helps in understanding what makes a freshly minted broken object attractive in any period.

American Studies Colloquium Series

November 18: Studying Authorial Fingerprints – On Stylometric Study of American Literature

November 18, 2021

In this talk, Michał Choiński will demonstrate how stylometric study of literature may help more traditional, qualitative approaches to American literature by regrouping texts based on their regional affiliation, tracing an editor in a text and solving the issue of problematic authorship.