Bill Marshall, University of Glasgow

Bill Marshall is a Professor of Modern French Studies at the University of Glasgow in Great Britain. He is an author of Victor Serge The Uses of Dissent (1992), Guy Hocquenghem (1996), Quebec National Cinema (2000), and The French Atlantic: Travels in Culture and History (2008). An editor of an…

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Marek Kusiba

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Marek Kusiba is a Polish and Canadian poet, a columnist for “Polish Dialy News” and a reporter. He is an author of many volumes of poetry: Tratwa (1975), Wszystkie działa na mnie (1983), Samobójstwo Marsjan (1987),Rozwiązać siebie (1994), Inne powody (2005),Admiral Road (2006). He is also a translator of Ryszard…

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Ewa Stachniak

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Eva Stachniak, is a writer and Professor of Intercultural Communications at Sheridan College, in Oakville, Ontario. Originally from Wrocław, Poland she immigrated to Canada in 1981. Her Ph.D. dissertation, defended at McGill University in Montreal, concentrated on the work of Stefan Themerson, an English language Polish writer in London, England.…

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Jean-Michel Komarnicki, Photographer, artist, President of Visual Arts Centre of Clarington

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Jean-Michel Komarnicki, Photographer, artist, graduate of the Photographic Arts Department of Ryerson Polytechnical Institute (1971), Instructor of photographic printing at Ryerson (1972), currently – President, Visual Arts Centre of Clarington, Instructor, Visual Arts Centre of Clarington: teaching Photography Workshops , director and owner of JMK Image-ination where he specializes in…

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Frances Leeming, Experimental filmmaker, media artist and an Associate Professor in the Department of Film Studies, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada

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Frances Leeming, experimental filmmaker, media artist and an Associate Professor in the Department of Film Studies, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada. Her performance and film projects explore the relationship between gender, technology and consumerism. Her work has been presented and exhibited across Canada, the U.S., Britain, Poland and Italy.  

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