November 8th, 2019

Institute of Cultural Studies

University of Wrocław, Poland

Szewska Street 36, room 208





11:15-12:45 SESSION 1

Paweł Kaczmarski, MA (University of Wrocław, Poland) – Absolute allegiance. Functions and representations of fascism in contemporary TV drama 


Antonio Gallardo Gracia, Lector (University of Würzburg, Germany) – “Dear White People Vol. 2”: Social Networking as an Enforcing Tool for Racial Inequality


Dawid Junke, Ph.D. (University of Wrocław, Poland) – The resurrection of an author? Showrunners as television auteurs in promotional materials


12:45-13:00 COFFEE BREAK


13:00-14:30 SESSION 2

Alexandra Madarászová, Eng. and Michaela Zemanová, Eng.(University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic) – Reflection of International Relations Theories in the Netflix TV Series


Joanna Szydełko, MA (Pedagogical University of Kraków, Poland) – Successful book-to-series adaptations


Michał Witek, MA (University of Wrocław, Poland) – The changing face of the “Yellow Peril” – Asians and Asian Americans representations in the context of the “streaming revolution” in the United States.


14:30-16:00 LUNCH BREAK


16:00-17:30 SESSION 3

Margarita Korobko, PhD (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine) – The modern television hero: a hero or a villain? (The problem of clarity of moral boundaries)


Klaudia Pawlikiewicz, MA (University of Wrocław, Poland) – How to be a grownup? Docudrama “19+”  as a modern guide to adulthood


Arkadiusz Wojnarowski, Ph.D. (Łódź Film School, Poland) – Television and Internet distribution of the recognized and award-winning Romanian-Polish animated and fictionalized documentary film “The Path to beyond”