Michał Mrugalski

Associate Professor of Literary Theory at Warsaw University and DAAD Guest Lecturer at the Department for Slavic Studies, University of Tübingen. Columnist, literary critic, he is currently working on a book about theories of tragedy as praxeology in Germany and Poland, on two anthologies of Polish literary theory and on two collective volumes about Polish theory and the interconnections of literary theory with other scholarly disciplines.

Neo-Kantian philosophy as method and network

2022

with Flack Patrick, Martin Erik

in: Neo-Kantianism as an entanglement of intellectual cultures in Central and Eastern Europe, Genève-Lausanne : sdvig press

Open Access
Entanglements of Polish structuralism

2022

Acta Structuralica Special Issue 4/1

Open Access
The Neokantiana network: an introduction to the phenomenology and the aesthetics of connecting

2022

in: Neo-Kantianism as an entanglement of intellectual cultures in Central and Eastern Europe, Genève-Lausanne : sdvig press

Open Access

Acta Structuralica 4/1

Polish structuralism

forthcoming

Worlds in progress: Essays on narratology

forthcoming

with Jeziorska-Haładyj Joanna (ed)

Genève-Lausanne, sdvig press

Styl – semantyka – pragmatyka

2020

in: Wiek teorii: Stulecie badań literackoteoretycznych w Polsce I, Warszawa : Instytut Badan literackich

Stanisław Brzozowski as harbinger and enabler of modern literary theory in Poland and in the West

2019

in: Stanisław Brzozowski and the migration of ideas, Bielefeld : Transcript

The tragedy of early literary theory

2017

Przegląd Filozoficzno-Literacki 47/2

Wiener Slawistischer Almanach Sonderband 92

Theory of literature as a theory of the arts and the humanities

2017

Teoria barw Tadeusza Różewicza

2007

Krakow, Universitas

Literackie obrazy nieobecności

2005

with Potkański Jan (ed)

Warszawa, Wydawnictwo Wydziału Polonistyki