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Head of the Canadian Studies Centre: dr Eugenia Sojka

Canadian Studies Centre at the University of Silesia, founded in 2000, functions within institutional structures of the Institute of English Cultures and Literatures. The official launching of the Canadian Studies Programme took place on October 27, 2000, with an inaugural lecture by Prof. Nancy Burke and speeches by representatives of the Canadian Embassy (Michael Wooff) and the Head of the Polish Association for Canadian Studies. Prof. Anna Reczynska. The Centre is chaired by Dr Eugenia Sojka. Faculty members of the Institute interested in Canadian Studies are actively engaged in the activities of the Centre.

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Theatre Research Centre “Theatrum” at the University of Silesia, founded in 2015, functions within the institutional structures of the Faculty of Philology. The Centre is chaired by dr hab. Eugenia Sojka and dr hab. Agnieszka Adamowicz-Pośpiech. Members of various Institutes interested in Theatre Studies participate in monthly meetings and discussions.

Members: dr hab. Dorota Fox, dr hab. Zbigniew Feliszewski, dr hab. Jacek Mydla, dr hab. Eugenia Sojka, dr hab. Agnieszka Adamowicz-Pośpiech, dr Beata Popczyk-Szczęsna, dr Aneta Głowacka, dr Jacek Mikołajczyk, dr Agnieszka Woźniakowska, drMagdalena Figzał, mgr Bożena Leszkiewicz

The Philological Research Group called “BESTO” was established as an evolutionary form of “Eccocentrics,” which was a student interest group founded by dr hab. Marzena Kubisz in 2011. This informal group organized academic meetings and discussions, and initiated a tradition of organizing a second-hand book fair at the Philological Department in Sosnowiec. The obtained money is given to animal welfare foundations. In 2014, the group Eccocentrics changed its character and transformed into the Philological Research Group BESTO.