Polish Theatre Revisited: A Conversation with Dr Agata Luksza

Published on: 22nd April, 2024

Bonus Episode 34:

Guest Dr Agata Luksza discusses her book 'Polish Theatre Revisited' where she examines theatre fan culture in Warsaw in the late 19th century.

Dr Agata Luksza is an assistant professor at the Institute of Polish Culture, University of Warsaw. She graduated with honors from the University of Warsaw in cultural studies and journalism and holds a PhD from the same university in cultural studies..

You can read more about Agata on her website:

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The History Of European Theatre
A more or less chronological history of the development and practice of theatre
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Ex-publishing and accounting professional. Rookie Podcaster, but learning fast. Loves all things Theatre and History.