Anna Budziak teaches literature and literary theory at the University of Wrocław, Poland. Her research interests include British decadent aestheticism and Modernism. She has authored two book-length studies on T. S. Eliot (in Polish), and on Walter Pater and Oscar Wilde. The latter, Text, Body and Indeterminacy: Doppelgänger Selves in Pater and Wilde, was shortlisted for the biennial ESSE Book Award, 2008-2010. She has also published articles exploring the interface between literature and philosophy.Katarzyna Lisowska graduated from the Department of Polish Studies at the University of Wrocław, Poland, where she currently teaches poetics. Her research interests comprise gender criticism, queer criticism and feminist literary theory. In her doctoral thesis she considers different kinds of metaphors used in gender discourse as it has functioned in literary studies in Poland since 1989.Jarosław Woźniak graduated from the Department of Polish Studies at the University of Wrocław, Poland. He is currently working on his doctoral thesis devoted to the performative turn in literary theory. His research interests include performance studies, the philosophy of the body, ecocriticism, and the politics of literature.