Grażyna Maria Teresa Branny


Grażyna Maria Teresa Branny, Profesor Emeritus of the Pedagogical University in Kraków, currently Associate Professor at the Jesuit Ignatianum University in Kraków, Poland. Obtained her PhD from the Jagiellonian University and her habilitation from the University of Łódź. She is both a specialist in American Literature and a Conrad scholar. Her publications include a comparative study A Conflict of Values: Alienation and Commitment in the Novels of Joseph Conrad and William Faulkner (1997), editorship of books, e.g., Fictions and Metafictions of Evil: Essays in Literary Criticism, Comparative Literature and Interdisciplinary Studies (2013), published with Peter Lang Verlag as well as a series of articles titled Intertextualizing Collective American Memory in Southern, African American and Native American Fiction: William Faulkner, Cormac McCarthy, Toni Morrison, Edward P. Jones and Louise Erdrich (2015). She is a reviewer of the American Journal of Literary and Art Studies and Journal of Interdisciplinary Philology (Zilina University, Slovakia).


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Yearbook of Conrad Studies, 2007, Vol. III, s. 141-148
Data publikacji online: 19 września 2007

The Unfathomability of Conrad’s Shallow Waters in “Freya of the Seven Isles”

Yearbook of Conrad Studies, 2015, Vol. 10, s. 127–150
Data publikacji online: 4 maja 2016
DOI 10.4467/20843941YC.15.011.4917

Review of: Peter Lancelot Mallios. Our Conrad: Constituting American Modernity

Yearbook of Conrad Studies, 2014, Vol. IX, s. 119–126
Data publikacji online: 5 maja 2015
DOI 10.4467/20843941YC.14.009.3081

What “A Smile of Fortune” Has To Hide: An Intertextual And Comparative Reconsideration of the Texture and Theme of Conrad’s Tale

Yearbook of Conrad Studies, 2019, Vol. 14, s. 7–33
Data publikacji online: 2021
DOI 10.4467/20843941YC.19.001.13227

How Much Conrad in Conrad Criticism?: Conrad’s Artistry, Ideological Mediatization and Identity: A Commemorative Address on the 160th Anniversary of the Writer’s Birth

Yearbook of Conrad Studies, 2018, Vol. 13, s. 41-54
Data publikacji online: 2018
DOI 10.4467/20843941YC.18.004.11239