The judges for the 2022 edition of the Ludwik Krzyzanowski Award for the Best Article published in The Polish Review in 2021 are pleased to announce the shortlist of five very strong articles, drawn from the list of thirty-three articles that appeared in the Review last year:
- “Primeval and Other Times by Olga Tokarczuk: The ‘Tender Narrator’ and the Perils of Myth” by Jaroslaw Anders
- “Concatenations: On the Works of Olga Tokarczuk” by Przemyslaw Czaplinski (translated by Bartosz Wozniak)
- “The American Polonia through the Eyes of Hieronim Derdowski: A Study Based on the Wiarus Weekly Magazine, 1886-1902” by Karolina Kierlanczyk
- “Intermediality and the Staging of History in Stanislaw Wyspianski’s The Wedding (1901) and Andrzej Wajda’s Film Adaptation (1973)” by Masha Shpolberg
- “There Is a Polish-Jewish History beyond the Holocaust” by Dariusz Stol
The winner will be announced in January.