The Chair of Visual Communication has functioned in Institute of Journalism and Social Communication since the beginnings. In the years 2008 – 2015 the post of the Chairperson of the Chair has become Professor Leszek Mądzik - outstanding stage designer, theatre director, painter, photographer, poster designer, the founder and headmaster of the Plastic Art Stage at the Catholic University of Lublin, who has received the merit cross „Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice” among other things for his services in the field of culture.  

 

Professor Leszek Mądzik

Profesor emeritus

 

 Contact 

e-mail: scena.madzik@poczta.onet.pl

 

Professor has been developing aesthetics and the sensitivity of students for years, forming intimate artist-audience relationship in the fields of art, familiarizing novices with the artistic world of their master. After Professor retired in 2015 Rev. Prof. Dr. Hab. Antoni Dębiński Rector of the Catholic University of Lublin conferred him the title Profesor emeritus.

When professor Mądzik retired Hab. PhD Justyna Szulich-Kałuża took up his place.

 

 

 

The Chair of Visual Communication Staff:

 

Professor Leszek Mądzik, Profesor emeritus

Hab. PhD, Justyna Szulich-Kałuża, adjunct professor

Hab. PhD, Grzegorz Tylec, adjunct professor

PhD, Małgorzata Sławek-Czochra, research assistant

MA, Grzegorz Winnicki, co-worker

 

 

 

 Chairwoman

Habilitated doctor Justyna Szulich-Kałuża

 

 

Contact

e-mail: justyna.szulich-kaluza@kul.pl

juszka@kul.pl

 

Member of: Polish Sociological Association, Polish Media Education Association, Polish Cultural Association; Polish Society for Film and Media Studies and scientific interests: image of the family in mass media, methods of studying media messages (textual and visual), the use of qualitative research orientation in studies in the field of journalism and social communication;

Publications: Projekty tożsamościowe rodziny upowszechniane w polskich tygodnikach opiniotwórczych (The family identity projects presented in the Polish opinion weeklies) (2013); Małżeństwo i rodzina w polskiej prasie (The marriage and the family in the Polish press) (2011), Tożsamość i komunikacja (Identity and communication), ed. with L. Dyczewski, R. Szwed (2011); Stałość i zmienność tożsamości (Stability and variability of the identity), ed. with L. Dyczewski, R. Szwed, Lublin (2010); Odmiany tożsamości (Varieties of the identity), ed. with R. Szwed, L. Dyczewski (2010).

Author of 40 articles published in scientific journals and collective studies.

 

Research and scientific interests include the following issues:

1) Family in the mass media: creation of image of a family in mass media, linguistic picture of a family, visualizations of contemporary models of family in media messages, family identity projects promoted in the media.

 2) Methods of studying media messages (text and visual): analysis of content, analysis of semantic fields, general analysis, analysis of discourse – language strategies, documentary analysis, semiotic analysis.

 3) The use of qualitative research orientation in studies in the field of journalism and social communication: an adaptation of free and in-depth qualitative interviews; field research techniques: observation, conversational interviews, visual data analysis techniques.

 

 

Habilitated doctor Grzegorz Tylec

 

Contact: grzegorztylec@kul.lublin.pl

 

The lawyer specializing in intellectual property and media law, assistant professor of legal sciences employed at the Institute of Journalism and Social Communication of the Catholic University of Lublin John Paul II.   Lectures at the Study of Social Communication and Journalism at KUL (from 2003), at the Faculty of Humanities of Maria Curie-Sklodowska University in Lublin Journalism and Social Communication (2004-2008) at the School of Business and Administration in Lublin (2006-2014), the Postgraduate Study "the training of academic staff to the role of teacher subject of intellectual property," conducted by the Faculty of Biology and Earth sciences of Maria Curie-Sklodowska University in Lublin (2010- 2012). Conducted training for lawyer among others: for judges and prosecutors, legal advisors and officials. The author of more than seventy scientific publications including three monographs, the author of a commentary to the Law on Copyright and Related Rights, and co-author of a commentary to the Industrial Property Act.

 

Doctor Małgorzata Sławek-Czochra

 

Contact:

e-mail: malgorzataczochra@o2.pl

malgorzata.czochra@kul.pl

 

 

Ph.D., assistant at the Chair of Visual Communication, of the Institute of Journalisms and Social Communication, of the John Paul II Catholic University in Lublin, member of The Polish Sociological Association, Polish Society for Film and Media Studies and Social Academy; Scientific interests: culture (especially art: art reception, street art, graffiti) social communication, public sphere; publications: Graffiti jako forma twórczości i przejaw tożsamości (Graffiti as the form of the artistic work and the sign of the identity) (2012); Konieczność i różnorodność kompetencji medialnej, editor with A. Sugier-Szerega (2012), Graffiti jako środek komunikacji i popularyzacji czytelnictwa (Graffiti as mean of communication and popularization of reading), in: Media a czytelnicy. Studia o popularyzacji czytelnictwa i uczestnictwie kulturowym młodego pokolenia (2013); Czy istnieje tożsamość grafficiarza? (Does graffiti writer identity really exist?) in: Tożsamość i komunikacja (2011); Graffiti jako źródło informacji (Graffiti as a source of information), in: Jaka informacja? (2009); Graffiti jako przejaw tożsamości zbiorowej polskich twórców graffiti (Graffiti as an expression of Polish graffiti writers collective identity) in: Tożsamość polska w odmiennych kontekstach (2009).

 

 

Staff members of the Chair of Visual Communication are authors, co-authors and editors of many articles and books on media analysis and visual communication in Polish. We have also publications in English and German:

  • The role of visualization in social-media information campaigns. In: Framing of the Ukraine - Russia conflict in online and social media.Ed. Robert Szwed. Ryga2016 s. 83-117.
  • Justyna Szulich-Kałuża, The Plualism of Spirituality in Press Coverage. In: Secularization and the Development of Religion in Modern Polish Society. Ed. Leon Dyczewski, George F., McLean Washington, D.C. 2015 pp. 145-155.
  • Justyna Szulich-Kałuża, Familienvorstellungen Jugendlicher in Polen (Mitverfasser). W: Familienvorstellungen zwischen Fortschrittlichkeit und Beharrung. Ergebnisse einer empirischen Untersuchung von Ehe- und Familienvorstellungen  Jugendlicher im internationalen Vergleich. Red. F. W. Busch, W. D. Scholz. Würzburg: Ergon Verlag 2006 s.137 - 181.
  • Małgorzata Sławek-Czochra, Pluralism of spirituality in the city social space one the example of Warsaw and Lublin. In: Secularization and Intensification of Religion in Modern Society. Ed. Leon Dyczewski, George F., McLean Washington, D.C. 2015 pp. 102-116.

 

Our Chair members took part and are still active in national and international scientific and research projects like:

  1. Ehe und Familienvorstellungen im internationalen Vergleich, 2004-2006, Carl von Ossietzky Universität in Oldenburg. Familienvorstellungen zwischen Fortschrittlichkeit und Beharrung. Ergebnisse einer empirischen Untersuchung von Ehe-und Familienvorstellungen Jugendlicher im internationalen Vergleich. Red. F. W. Busch, W. D. Scholz. Würzburg: Ergon Verlag 2006.
  2. Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Change: Philosophical Foun­dations for Social Life. 2013-2015, Council for Research in Values and Philosophy.
  3. Framing of the Ukraina-Russia conflict in media. Representation of the conflict in discourse on the Facebook, VKontakte, and Internet portals: DELFI, correspondent.net, Pravda.com.ua, kyivpost.com and onet.pl, 2014-2015, Nato StratCOM COE .
  4. The Future of Religious Faith from CEE Perspective, 2016-2017, Project Leader(s): Tomáš Halík, Pavel Hošek, Grantee(s) Czech Christian Academy (Institute for Dialogue), 2016-2017, The John Templeton Foundation Grant ID: 58599.

 

 

 

Office hours:

 

hab. PhD., Justyna Szulich-Kałuża

 

Tuesday, 12.30 to 13.30, room 227

 

hab. PhD., Małgorzata Gruchoła

 

Tuesday, 13.30 to 14.30, room 224

 

 hab. PhD., Grzegorz Tylec

 

Monday, 15.50 to 16.30, room 224

 

PhD., Małgorzata Sławek-Czochra

 

Tuesday, 13.30 to 14.30, room 224 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact:

 

John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin

Chair of Visual Communication

20-325 Lublin, Droga Męczenników Majdanka 70

Budynek 2, p. 224

 

tel. + 48 81 454 53 17

Autor: Małgorzata Sławek-Czochra
Ostatnia aktualizacja: 03.10.2017, godz. 10:28 - Małgorzata Sławek-Czochra