Marek Kuźniak, Ph.D., D.Litt. (University of Wrocław)
Marek Kuźniak – a linguist, sworn translator of English. He is currently holding the position of professor extraordinarius at the University of Wrocław. He is also the head of the Institute of English Studies and the member of the State Examination Commission to conduct examinations for sworn translators (nomination by the Minister of Science and Higher Education [2009, 2013]). Marek Kuźniak is a specialist in lexicology and cognitive semantics. The author of books and articles in cognitive linguistics, pragmatics, and philosophy of language. He is a member of the Polish Linguistic Association.
Michał Garcarz, Ph.D., D.Litt. (University of Wrocław)
Michał Garcarz Ph.D., D.Litt. is Assistant Professor, Head of Department of Translation, and Deputy Head in the Institute of English Studies at Wrocław University, Poland, EU where he teaches and researches various areas of translation studies and sociolinguistics (slang and ponglish, in particular). He is an author of numerous academic publications on translation and slang as well as a member of international academic associations. He is a freelance translator.
Michał Szawerna, Ph.D. (University of Wrocław)
Michał Szawerna, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of Linguistics in the Institute of English Studies, University of Wrocław. His current research is situated at the intersection of comics studies, cognitive linguistics, and semiotics.
Marcin Walczyński, Ph.D (University of Wrocław)
Marcin Walczyński, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in the Department of Translation Studies (Institute of English Studies, University of Wrocław, Poland) and lecturer in the Section of Business English (Institute of Modern Languages, University of Applied Sciences in Nysa, Poland), certified translator and interpreter of English, translation and interpreting trainer, translation agency owner; his scholarly interests include: interpreting and translation, languages for special purposes (especially business and legal English), sociolinguistics, creolistics and communication sciences.