Sasha Lindskog

Polish Lecturer, Department of Slavic Languages & Literatures
Foster 410

Academic Bio

My research interests include representation, subjectivity, and embodiment in transnational and multilingual late modern and modernist literature and art. My focus is on Polish modernism and I am currently working on biopolitics and representation in Witkacy's late work and have recently published a book chapter on masculinity in Bruno Schulz.

Book chapters

“Subwersja seksualności. Komentarz o różnicy seksualnej i męskości u Brunona Schulza w kontekście nowoczesnej heteroseksualności” (“The Subversion of Sexuality. A Comment on Sexual Difference in Bruno Schulz's Work in the Context of Modern Heterosexuality”), in Przed i po. Bruno Schulz, ed. Józef Olejniczak (Kraków: Wydawnictwo Pasaże, 2018), 89-103.


Visions of Avant-Garde Film: Polish Cinematic Experiments from Expressionism to Constructivism, by Kamila Kuc, The Polish Review 63, no. 2 (2018), 101-103.

Cinematic Echoes of Covenants Past and Present: National Identity in the Historical Films of Steven Spielberg and Andrzej Wajda, by Christopher Garbowski, The Polish Review (forthcoming).

The Art of Distances: Ethical Thinking in the Twentieth Century, by Corina Stan, The Polish Review (forthcoming).


Stanisław Jerzy Lec, Ofriserade tankar (Lund: Ellerströms förlag, 2012).