Marek Kucharski

Marek Kucharski, MA, is a graduate of the Institute of English Studies of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków . He has also completed the Postgraduate Studies of Public Relations at the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology PAN in Warsaw. Currently he is a doctoral student in the Philological Department of the Jagiellonian University.

For the past twenty years or so, he has been active in professional areas directly and indirectly related to the English language and culture. As a journalist, translator, and the author of numerous English coursebooks and methodological publications, he has been involved in promoting the knowledge of English in an innovative way, vigorously displaying his own passion for the language and its culture as well as igniting genuine emotions and stimulating the craving for cultural discovery in the recepients of his output, whether written or spoken. A master of spoken narration, Marek shows his interest in and commitment to exploring those cultural areas that are believed to enjoy the alleged exhaustion of potential for new discovery, thus exceeding the bounds of regular research.

On a daily basis, Marek works as an English teacher in the school “Wierchy” in Kraków; he also runs courses in English as a foreign language, and British and American Studies as well as British and American History at the Institute of English Studies of the Jagiellonian University. His research and the subject of his PhD dissertation focus on the intermedial and intertextual relationships between modernist and postmodernist English literature and visual arts.

He is an author of over twenty scientific and methodological publications as well as four English as a Foreign Language coursbooks. 


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