Agnieszka Mrozik

Assistant professor since 2012 at the Postgraduate Gender Studies Programme at the Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences, where she has lectured on feminist criticism, media discourse, and popular culture analysis.

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Articles by Agnieszka Mrozik

  1. Beasts, demons, and cold bitches Memories of communist women in contemporary Poland

    Agnieszka Mrozik analyzes the portrayals of women communists in the Stalinist period in Poland, produced in the framework of nationalist history during the illiberal turn. She argues that biographies of women dignitaries served the broader political function of delivering a cautionary tale against “excessive” liberation of women, so that female communists were often presented as beasts and demons rather than political agents.

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