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Professor Jan Jedrzejewski Dean of the Faculty of Arts

Faculty of Arts
Research Institute
Arts and Humanities
Room I134
Coleraine campus
Cromore Road
Co. Londonderry
BT52 1SA
+44 (0)28 701 24553
Jan   Jedrzejewski

Jan Jędrzejewski was educated at the University of Łódź, Poland, where he obtained, in 1985, his MA in English philology, and at Worcester College, University of Oxford, where he completed, in 1992, his DPhil on Thomas Hardy. He joined Ulster University, as a Lecturer in English, in 1993; he was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2001, and he became a Professor of English and Comparative Literature in 2007.

Professor Jędrzejewski held the posts of Acting Head of the Humanities Research Institute (2008-2009), Acting Head of the School of History and International Affairs (2009), and Head of the School of English and History (2009-2014). A specialist in nineteenth-century English literature, particularly the Victorian novel, he also has a major interest in comparative literature, focusing on the literary relations between the British Isles and Poland.

He has published monographs on Thomas Hardy and the Church (1996) and George Eliot (2007), and he has produced critical editions of Hardy and Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu, as well as numerous journal articles and book chapters.

Responsibilities: Dean of the Faculty of Arts which comprises the Confucius Institute at Ulster University; School of Creative Arts and Technologies; School of English and History; School of Irish Language and Literature; School of Media, Film and Journalism; School of Modern Languages; Research Graduate School.

Research publications

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