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Bartosz Wójcik

Bartosz Wójcik – a freelance translator and a lecturer (currently at Tomas Bata University in Zlin, the Czech Republic); as a PhD student at the English Department of Maria Curie Sklodowska University in Lublin, he wrote a thesis entitled “Afro-Caribbean Poetry in English: Cultural Traditions” (2013); participated in academic conferences in Poland and abroad (the Czech Republic, England, Germany, Jamaica, Romania, Scotland); published scholarly papers on the works of, among others, Patience Agbabi, Jean Binta Breeze, Linton Kwesi Johnson, Kei Miller, Mutabaruka, Michael Smith, Derek Walcott. Apart from ensconcing himself in reading rooms, he regularly spins roots reggae, ska, dub and Afrobeat records in clubs and on air as a member of Roots Defender – a Lublin-based Black Atlantic-centred deejay ensemble (www.mixcloud.com/rootsdefender).