Human Rights Violations in Dystopian Narratives: Literary and Legal Perspectives
Katarzyna Ginszt is a Courtesy Research Associate at FIU College of Law, to conduct research on "Human Rights Violations in Dystopian Narratives: Literary and Legal Perspectives". During the Fulbright Visiting Research Program her goal is to prepare an article for publication on human rights violation in dystopian fiction for American academic journals.
Katarzyna Ginszt is a PhD candidate in Doctoral Studies in Literature and Linguistics at Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, Poland where she received her M.A. in English Studies. Her academic interests mainly entail dystopian literature and film. As a graduate of American Legal Studies Program, a joint project of the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin and Chicago-Kent College of Law, she also investigates the US and international legislation. She conduct an interdisciplinary research on the impact of law on literature, film and culture and vice-versa. She especially focus on representations of human rights violations in dystopian narratives as well as the image of new technologies in science-fiction literature and film with reference to the legal solutions and tendencies in the field of technological development. She is a member of the Utopia Study Group and of the interuniversity Research Group on the Semiotics of Space. Her research articles have been published in both Polish and foreign peer-reviewed journals.
Visiting Scholar Term of Stay
From August 23, 2021 to January 23, 2022
Ginszt, Katarzyna, "Human Rights Violations in Dystopian Narratives: Literary and Legal Perspectives" (2021). Visiting Researcher Profiles. 32.