English papers

Andrzej Dąbrówka

Professor at the Faculty of Artes Liberales, Warsaw University (Since 2022). From 1976-2000 teaching German Linguistics and (since 1990) Dutch Language and Literature at the Inst. for German Studies of the Warsaw University. Since 2001-2019 scholar at the Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences, 2007-2019 heading the Medieval Literature Section. Since 2012 Head of the Team of Editors of the Collected Works of Jan Kochanowski.

Writings and scholarly editions (12 volumes) cover medieval literary theory, early drama and theatre, theory of historiography and literary history, medieval chronicles, preaching, Netherlandic studies, literary medievalism, and digital humanities. Author of, among others: Słownik pisarzy niderlandzkich [Companion to Literature of the Netherlandic Area] (1999); Teatr i sacrum w średniowieczu. Religia – cywilizacja – estetyka [Theatre and the Sacred in the Middle Ages. Religion – Civilization – Aesthetics (Eng. Transl. Berlin 2019), and an academic textbook on medieval literature in Poland Średniowiecze. Korzenie [The Middle Ages. The Roots] (2005). (Co)editor of 10 collective monographs (2009-2018) on medieval chronicles, drama, preaching, medievalism, historiography, and modern digital humanities.

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Papers/chapters in English online

Anything But a Game: Corpus Christi in Poland, in: „Quaestiones Medii Aevi Novae” 7, 2002 p. 245-270.

 Medieval theatre of schools. Educational beginnings of early drama; Conf. „School and theatre”, Miskolc, Hungary, 5-7 IX 2002) [never printed],

Polish Saint Plays of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries [in:] The Dramatic Tradition of the Middle Ages, C. Davidson (red.), (New York: AMS Press) 2005 pp.216-44.

Rhetorical implications for metaphysics, XIIth International Congress of Medieval Philosophy (SIEPM), Uniwersalizm rozumu – pluralizm filozofii w średniowieczu, XII Międzynarodowy Kongres Filozofii Średniowiecznej, Palermo, 16-22 września 2007. [not published]

The Theatre of Death in Early Polish Drama, “European Medieval Drama” 11, 2007: 161-186

The Middle Ages after the Middle Ages. Medievalism in the Study of European Drama and Theatre History [in:] K. Czibula (ed.), Színházvilág – Világszínház, Ráció Kiadó: Budapest 2008, pp. 23-37.

Staging a Mirror, Establishing Harmony: Theatrical Constitution, Display and Control of Value Systems [in:] Images of the City, ed. by Agnieszka Rasmus and Magdalena Cieślak, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle 2009, s. 2-16;   repoz. academia.eu http://tinyurl.com/n85eu9p

Genre questions around early drama, [in:] K. Czibula, A. Emődi, S. János-Szatmári (eds.), Dráma – Múlt – Színház – Jelen. Tanulmányok a dráma- és színháztörténet köréből, Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület, Kolozsvár; Partium Kiadó, Nagyvárad, 2009, s. 15-24.

Religious Content In Medieval School Handbooks and Readers, transl. R. Bubczyk, “Acta Poloniae Historica” 101, 2010: 241-270;

Singing in the Battle. About the »Bogurodzica«, „Senoji Lietuvos Literatūra”, (31), 2011: 47-64.

Opinions on Technology in Medieval Thought, paper delivered to the conference Literature and Technology, IBL [unpublished]

The Playhouses of the Middle Ages [w:] Oggetti materiali e pratiche della rappresentazione nel teatro medieval, ed. T. Pacchiarotti, L. Kovacs  «RICERCHE INTERMEDIEVALI» 8, Alessandria Włochy: Edizioni dell’Orso, 2014, s. 171-191.

Outside of the Academy. Paper delivered to the XVIIIth Colloquium of the Société Intern. pour l’Étude de la Philosophie Médiévale (SIEPM): What is New in the New Universities? Learning in Central Europe in Later Middle Ages (1348-1500). Łódź 8-10.IX.2011

Outside of the Academy [in:] E. Jung (ed.), What is New in the New Universities? Learning in Central Europe in Later Middle Ages (1348-1500). Wyd. IfiS, Warszawa 2018, s. 103-121; ss 495.

The Birth of Printed Drama from Medieval Manuscript: A New Discovery in the Case of a Polish Dialogue Between Master Polycarpus and Death „European Medieval Drama”, 2019

The fifteenth-century Polish dramatic dialogue between Death and a church teacher Polycarpus was one of several vernacular versions of a short Latin prose dialogue of the early fourteenth century. There are further translations of the text from Polish into Russian and Ukrainian. Now a Krakow print dated 1542 has been discovered, that contains that very dialogue, extended by new motifs, and developing the structure into a more advanced theatrical play. The paper examines the relation between the old manuscript (1463) and the printed version.

Theater and the Sacred in the Middle Ages, Translated by Jan Burzyński and Mikołaj Golubiewski, Peter Lang, Berlin: 2019

Authoring under the Digital Paradigm, Santiago de Compostela 2015 [unpublished]

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