Dominika "dominika11" Oramus
Dominika Oramus is a professor at the Institute of English Studies University of Warsaw (Poland); her special interests are science fiction, sciences versus the humanities, 20th-century British fiction and the poetics of postmodernism, Angela Carter, Stanisław Lem and J.G. Ballard. She conducts MA and PhD seminars on British fiction of the 20th century. Her book on Ballard, Grave New World. The Decline of the West in the Fiction of J.G. Ballard was published by The Terminal Press ( 2015) and one year later she published a critical study of Angela Carter's oeuvre, Ways of Pleasure. Angela Carter's Discourse of Delight in her Fiction and Non-Fiction (Frankfurt am Main, 2016). Her other books include Charles Darwin's Looking Glass. The Theory of Evolution and the Life of its Author in Contemporary British Fiction and Non-Fiction (Peter Lang, 2015), Darwinowskie Paradygmaty. Mit teorii ewolucji w kulturze współczesnej (Copernicus Center Press, 2015) and Stany splątane. Fizyka a literatura współczesna (Copernicus Center Press 2020).