Author Archives for Kirsi

Second issue of WWoL published!


Women’s Writing Online wants to serve as a forum for literary, cultural and feminist research, but from the very beginning we have also been looking into the possibility of publishing fictional texts and translations on our website. Now we are happy and proud to publish Izabela Filipiak’s My Life as a Rabbit, translated into English […]

Take a look at our recently published book Mapping Experience!


Read reviews and description of the book here.

Welcome to our Reading Room!


We have opened a reading room where we will publish interesting material on Polish and Russian women’s writing. Read now in our reading room about emigration in Polish literature and Izabela Filipiak’s interview by Ula Chowaniec!

Photos of Kraków Symposium


Take a look at the Photo Gallery of the Kraków Symposium! Photo Gallery

Generation and Transformations in Women’s Writing


Read more about the forthcoming May symposium here.

Call for Articles: The Poetics of Friendship between Women


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Feminizm i Religia in Poland


Feminism and Religion by Ursula Phillips Book release, Jagiellonian University, Cracow, March 30, 2009 Narcyza Żmichowska is one of the mothers of Polish feminist thought. Ursula Phillips explores in her book Narcyza Żmichowska: Feminism and Religion, the romantic roots of Narcyza Żmichowska’s feminist thought as well as her reinterpretation of the Christian philosophy, and especially […]

Nature Writing / Call for Papers


Next week: 29th – 30th of May 2009, University of Tampere Women’s Nature Writing: New Perspectives on Russian Literature. Read the programme of the conference here. The conference is open to everyone. Welcome! Click the picture to enlarge the CFP.

Poland Under Feminist Eyes


School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London, 5 November 2008 Poland Under Feminist Eyes is a one-day workshop on the application of feminist and gender perspectives to Polish literature and culture. Click below to see the poster of the workshop. To leave a comment, click “leave a comment” below the poster.