Assistant Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University
Aleksandra Kremer is an assistant professor in the Harvard Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures. She holds a Ph.D. in literary studies from the University of Warsaw, an M.Phil. in European literature from the University of Cambridge, and two M.A. degrees from Warsaw: in Polish and English. Before joining Harvard, she taught for three years at the University of Warsaw, and spent one semester as a visiting scholar at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She is the author of Przypadki poezji konkretnej, which focuses on neglected book publications of Polish-, English- and German-language concrete poetry. Her current project is concentrated on recordings and live performances of Polish poetry. She teaches courses on Polish literature and culture, including artists’ responses to WWII and Czesław Miłosz in America.
“Polish Futurism Revisited: Anatol Stern and His Post-War Poetry Recording,” Modern Language Review 2016, vol. 111, no. 1: 208–226.
Przypadki poezji konkretnej. Studia pięciu książek (Wydawnictwo IBL PAN, 2015).