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Dr Monika Smialkowska

Senior Lecturer

Department: Humanities

Monika SmialkowskaI did my first degree (a Polish MA) in English, choosing early modern literature as the focus of my final dissertation. I continued that interest at a postgraduate level. My first job was at the University Centre Doncaster (2002-2009), first as a part-time research fellow in poetry and drama, and then as a full-time teaching research fellow. I joined Northumbria University in March 2009 as a lecturer. I have published several articles concerning early modern literature and twentieth-century American appropriations of Shakespeare.

Campus Address

Office: Lipman 409



Qualifications

English Literature PhD June 30 2002

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Celebrating Shakespeare: Commemoration and Cultural Memory, Smialkowska, M. 18 Jan 2017, In: English
  • Reviving English Folk Customs in America in the Early Twentieth Century, Smialkowska, M. 30 Jul 2017, English Ethnicity and Culture in North America, University of South Carolina Press
  • Tercentenary Shakespeare: Britain and the United States, 1916, Smialkowska, M. Feb 2016, The Cambridge Guide to the Worlds of Shakespeare, Cambridge University Press
  • Shakespeare in the North: regionalism, culture and power, Hansen, A., Smialkowska, M. Jan 2015, Shakespeare on the Global Stage: Performance and Festivity in the Olympic Year, London, Bloomsbury
  • Introduction: Mobilizing Shakespeare During the Great War, Smialkowska, M. Sep 2014, In: Shakespeare
  • Patchwork Shakespeare: Community Events at the American Shakespeare Tercentenary (1916), Smialkowska, M. Nov 2014, OuterSpeares: Shakespeare, Intermedia, and the Limits of Adaptation, Toronto, University of Toronto Press
  • Julius Caesar. Directed by Gregory Doran for the Royal Shakespeare Company at the Theatre Royal, Newcastle, Smialkowska, M. Apr 2013, A Year of Shakespeare: Re-living the World Shakespeare Festival, London, Bloomsbury
  • West Side Story, by Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim, directed and choreographed by Will Tuckett for the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Open Stages and The Sage at Hall One, The Sage, Gateshead, Smialkowska, M. Apr 2013, A Year of Shakespeare: Re-living the World Shakespeare Festival, London, Bloomsbury
  • An Englishman in New York? Celebrating Shakespeare in America, 1916, Smialkowska, M. May 2012, Locating the English Diaspora, 1500-2010, Liverpool, UK, Liverpool University Press
  • Conscripting Caliban: Shakespeare, America, and the First World War, Smialkowska, M. 2011, In: Shakespeare

PGR Supervision

  • Inmaculada Sánchez García Shakespeare and European Cinema: Thresholds, Borders, Connections Start: 07/10/2014
  • Megan Holman Incorporeal Shakespeare: Emotional Identity and Expression in Contemporary Disembodied Adaptation Start: 07/10/2014


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