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2015Addicted to the Holocaust – Bernice Eisenstein’s ways of coping with troublesome memories in "I Was a Child of Holocaust Survivors"Drewniak, Dagmara
9-Mar-2018‘And yet, what would we be without memory?’ Visualizing memory in two Canadian graphic textsDrewniak, Dagmara
Sep-2017Between the global and the private: the Second World War and the Cold War in two novels by Lithuanian-CanadiansDrewniak, Dagmara
2014Changing Traditions in Non-fictional Jewish-Canadian Writing – the Study of Selected Texts by Eva Hoffman, Elaine Kalman Naves and Bernice EisensteinDrewniak, Dagmara
2020Dialogues, reinterpretations, critical repositionings in literary and cultural discourses of 21st century CanadaDrewniak, Dagmara; Branach-Kallas, Anna
2014Forgetful Recollections: Images of Central and Eastern Europe in Canadian LiteratureDrewniak, Dagmara
2013“It was empty and silent, except for the devilish laughter of the coyotes” – The Perception of Canada as a Peaceable Kingdom and Promised Land in Selected Immigrant MemoirsDrewniak, Dagmara
2012Memory and forgetting in Lisa Appignanesi’s "The Memory Man"Drewniak, Dagmara
2020Quo vadis Polish-Canadian writing? Reflections on home, language, writing, and memory in recent texts by Canadian writers of Polish originsDrewniak, Dagmara
2018The self and the world. Aspects of the aesthetics and politics of contemporary North American literary memoir by womenRzepa, Agnieszka; Drewniak, Dagmara; Macedulska, Katarzyna
2018The self and the world. Aspects of the aesthetics and politics of contemporary North American literary memoir by womenRzepa, Agnieszka; Drewniak, Dagmara; Macedulska, Katarzyna