The ASC’s Gender/Sexuality Research Group is proud to share the second season of their very own podcast! “Oswoić gender,” hosted by Dr. Anna Kurowicka and Dr. Marta Usiekniewicz, aims to present research in gender and sexuality studies done at the University of Warsaw.

The first season of this Polish-language podcast features conversations with ASC facult and is available at the Gender/Sexuality Research Group’s website

In the second season the authors talked to researchers working at various UW faculties: Agnieszka Kościańska, Rafał Majka, Iwona Kurz, Zu Jusińska, Marta Rawłuszko, Paweł Frelik, Jay Szpilka, as well as Michał Sobczak and Łukasz Mikołajewski.

Each new episode will be released on Wednesday (starting February 22) and available on platforms including Spotify, Anchor fm, Apple Podcasts, Pocket Casts, Google Podcasts, and YouTube.

Episodes will be also published on the Gender/Sexuality Research Group’s dedicated website.

Subscribe to the podcast in your favourite podcast app not to miss any of the episodes.

Year 2022/2023

June 16: Forecasting & Prediction – Necessary Skills for the 21st Century Leadership

June 3, 2023

Leadership Studies Research Group has the pleasure to invite for a lecture by Dr. Sam Potolicchio on skills neccessary in 21-century leadership.

OZN Open Academic Sessions grade

Getting your OZN grade

May 29, 2023

Collected all the OZN points required by your program of studies? See what you need to do to get your grade.

Year 2022/2023

May 29: Persephone & Demeter: A Workshop on “Lore Olympus”

May 26, 2023

Join this workshop on the current reiterations of the Persephone and Demeter myth and take part in a little knowledge-production experiment.

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American Studies Colloquium Series

June 1: Reckless Shelter: Contemporary Ecopoetic Practice

May 25, 2023

In this lecture, Karen Holmberg — a poet, writer and academic —will talk about the engagements with environmental and ecological initiatives at Oregon State that have shaped her and her recent work, while sharing and discussing sample poems that show her lifelong preoccupations with language as a living matter and one of the chief tools humans have for “being toward and becoming with” the natural world.

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American Studies Colloquium Series

May 25: English Language Bias and the Generalizability Problem in the Face of Global Linguistic Diversity

May 18, 2023

According to different sources, there are between 6,000 to 8,000 languages spoken in the world today. However, many academic fields tend to rely on English as a model language and do not question the generalizability of findings from studies done with English speakers. This talkwill illustrate how English is in some respects unusual and how focusing on it exclusively might provide a biased picture of language and the human mind.