Forthcoming

  • Leszczyńska, U., Szarkowska, A. (accepted) “I don’t understand, but it makes me laugh”. Domestication in contemporary Polish dubbing. Journal of Specialised Translation, July 2018.
  • Szarkowska, A., Krejtz, K., Dutka, Ł., Pilipczuk, O. (accepted) Are interpreters better respeakers? Interpreter and Translator Trainer.
  • Szarkowska, A., Dutka, Ł., Szychowska, A., Pilipczuk, O. (accepted) Visual attention distribution in intralingual respeaking – an eye tracking study.
  • Orrego-Carmona, D., Dutka, Ł., Szarkowska, A. (accepted) Using translation process research to explore the creation of subtitles: an eye tracking study comparing professional and trainee subtitlers. Journal of Specialised Translation, July 2018.
  • Jankowska, A., & Walczak, A. (submitted) Filmic audio description in Poland – present state and future challenges.
  • Walczak, A. (submitted) Measuring immersion in audio description with Polish blind and visually impaired audiences.
  • Szarkowska, A., Gerber-Morón, O. (submitted) Two or three lines: a mixed-methods study on subtitle processing and preferences.
  • Gerber-Morón, O., Szarkowska, A., Woll, B. (submitted) The impact of text segmentation on subtitle reading: an eye tracking study on cognitive load and reading performance.
  • Szarkowska, A., Gerber-Morón, O. (submitted) Viewers Can Keep up with Fast Subtitles: Evidence from eye movements.
  • Gerber-Morón, O., Szarkowska, A. (submitted) Line breaks in subtitling: an eye tracking study on viewer preferences.
  • Szarkowska, A., Wasylczyk, P. (submitted) Five things you wanted to know about audiovisual translation research, but were afraid to ask.

2017

  • Chmiel, A., Szarkowska, A., Koržinek, D., Lijewska, A., Dutka, Ł., Brocki, Ł., Marasek, K. (2017) Ear-voice span and pauses in intra- and interlingual respeaking: an exploratory study into temporary aspects of the respeaking process. Applied Psycholinguistics 38, 1201-1227. doi:10.1017/S0142716417000108
  • Chmiel, A., Lijewska, A., Szarkowska, A., Dutka, Ł. (2017) Paraphrasing in respeaking – comparing linguistic competence of interpreters, translators and bilinguals. Perspectives. Studies in Translation Theory and Practise. DOI: 10.1080/0907676X.2017.1394331.
  • Szarkowska, A., Dutka, Ł., Krejtz, K., Pilipczuk, O. (2017) Respeaking crisis points. An exploratory study into critical moments in the respeaking process. In M. Deckert (ed.) Audiovisual Translation – Research and Use (pp. 179–201). Bern: Peter Lang.
  • Walczak, A. (2017) Audio description on smartphones: making cinema accessible for visually impaired audiences. Universal Access in the Information Society. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10209-017-0568-2
  • Walczak, A. (2017) Creative Description: Audio Describing Artistic Films for Individuals with Visual Impairments. Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness. Vol. 111 (July-August).
  • Walczak, A., & Fryer, L. (2017) Vocal delivery of audio description by genre: measuring users’ presence. Perspectives. Studies in Translation Theory and Practice. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0907676X.2017.1298634
  • Walczak, A., & Fryer, L. (2017) Creative description: The impact of audio description style on presence in visually impaired audiences. British Journal of Visual Impairment, Vol. 35 (1), 6-17. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/0264619616661603
  • Walczak A. (2017) Audio description in Poland: a 2015 snapshot. In Przekuć obraz w słowo. Wokół historii i współczesnych zastosowań audiodeskrypcji [The Visual Made Verbal: A Comprehensive Training Manual and Guide to the History and Applications of Audio Description] (pp. 163-191).San Diego: Academic Publishing.

2016

  • Jankowska, A., Zabrocka, M. (2016) How Co-Speech Gestures are Rendered in Audio Description: A Case Study. In A. Matamala, P. Orero (eds.) Researching Audio Description New Approaches, Palgrave Studies in Translation and Interpreting (pp. 169-186). Palgrave Macmillan: London.
  • Jankowska, A., Szarkowska, A. (2016). Zastosowanie teorii tłumaczenia w audiodeskrypcji [Applying Translation Studies to Studies on Audio Description], Między Oryginałem a Przekładem.
  • Perego, E., Laskowska, M., Matamala, A., Remael, A., Robert, I. S., Szarkowska, A., Bottiroli, S. (2016). Is subtitling equally effective everywhere? A first cross-national study on the reception of interlingually subtitled messages. Across Languages and Cultures, 17(2), 205-229. doi:10.1556/084.2016.17.2.4
  • Szarkowska, A., Krejtz, I., Pilipczuk, O., Dutka, Ł., & Kruger, J.-L. (2016). The effects of text editing and subtitle presentation rate on the comprehension and reading patterns of interlingual and intralingual subtitles among deaf, hard of hearing and hearing viewers. Across Languages and Cultures, 17(2), 183-204. doi:10.1556/084.2016.17.2.3
  • Szarkowska, A. (2016). Report on the results of an online survey on subtitle presentation times and line breaks in interlingual subtitling. Part 1: Subtitlers. London.
  • Szarkowska, A. (2016). Report on the results of an online survey on subtitle presentation times and line breaks in interlingual subtitling. Part 2: Companies. London.
  • Szarkowska A., Jankowska, A., Kowalski, J. and Krejtz, K. (2016) Open Art: Designing Accessible Content in a Multimedia Guide App for Visitors with and without Sensory Impairments. In A. Matamala, P. Orero (eds.) Researching Audio Description New Approaches, Palgrave Studies in Translation and Interpreting (pp. 301-320). Palgrave Macmillan: London.
  • Szarkowska, A., Krejtz, K., Dutka, Ł., Pilipczuk, O. (2016). Cognitive load in intralingual and interlingual respeaking – a preliminary study. Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 52(2). doi: 10.1515/psicl-2016-0004.
  • Walczak, A. (2016) Foreign language class with audio description: a case study. In A. Matamala & P. Orero (Eds.) Researching Audio Description. New Approaches (pp. 209-226). Palgrave Macmillan: London.

2015

  • Gajek, E., Szarkowska, A. (2015). Przekład audiowizualny w edukacji językowej – na przykładzie materiałów naukowych w projekcie ClipFlair. In A. Duszak, A. Jopek-Bosiacka, G. Kowalski (Eds.), Tekst naukowy i jego przekład (pp. 243-268). Kraków: Universitas.
  • Gajek, E., Szarkowska, A. (2015). Audiovisual scientific text for self-directed Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL). In A. Duszak & G. Kowalski (Eds.), Academic (Inter)genres: between Texts, Contexts and Identities (pp. 215-229). Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
  • Jankowska, A. (2015). Translating audio description scripts: translation as a new strategy of creating audio description, Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, Oxford, Wien.
  • Jankowska, A., Mentel, M., & Szarkowska, A. (2015). Why big fish isn’t a fat cat? Adapting voice-over and subtitles for audio description in foreign films. In Ł. Bogucki & M. Deckert (Eds.), Accessing audiovisual translation (pp. 137–148). Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang.
  • Krejtz, I., Szarkowska, A., & Łogińska, M. (2015). Reading Function and Content Words in Subtitled Videos. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education. doi:10.1093/deafed/env061
  • Kruger, J.-L., Szarkowska, A., Krejtz, I. (2015). Subtitles on the moving image: an overview of eye tracking studies. Refractory 25.
  • Szarkowska, A., Jankowska, A. (2015) „Zasady przygotowywania treści przewodnika multimedialnego”. Wersja 2.
  • Szarkowska, A., Jankowska, A. (2015). Audio describing foreign films. Journal of Specialised Translation 23, 243-269.
  • Szarkowska, A., & Jankowska, A. (2015). Audio Subtitling Multilingual Films in Poland: Early Developments, Current Practices and Future Challenges. In A. Jankowska & A. Szarkowska (Eds.), New Points of View on Audiovisual Translation and Media Accessibility (pp. 191–217). Oxford: Peter Lang.
  • Szarkowska, A., Krejtz, I., Łogińska, M., Dutka, Ł., Krejtz, K. (2015). The influence of shot changes on reading subtitles – a preliminary study. In E. Perego & S. Bruti (Eds) Subtitling Today: Shapes and Their Meanings (pp. 99-118). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Szarkowska, A., Pietrulewicz, J., Jankowska, A. (2015). Long questionnaire in Poland. In P. Romero-Fresco (Ed.) The Reception of Subtitles for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in Europe (pp. 45-74). Bern: Peter Lang.
  • Szarkowska, A., Krejtz, I., Kłyszejko, Z., Wieczorek, A. (2015). Eye tracking in Poland. In P. Romero-Fresco (Ed.) The Reception of Subtitles for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in Europe (pp. 235-262). Bern: Peter Lang.
  • Szarkowska, A., & Laskowska, M. (2015). Poland – a voice-over country no more? A report on an online survey on subtitling preferences among Polish hearing and hearing-impaired viewers. In Ł. Bogucki & M. Deckert (Eds.), Accessing audiovisual translation (pp. 179–197). Bern: Peter Lang.

2014

2013

2012

  • Walczak, Agnieszka & Agnieszka Szarkowska “Text-to-speech audio description to educational materials for visually-impaired children.” In: Silvia Bruti and Elena di Giovanni (eds) Audiovisual Translation across Europe. Bern: Peter Lang, 209-233.
  • Jankowska, A., Kuipers, G. “Polish audience attitudes towards audiovisual translation and translations strategies”, [in:] A. Witalisz (ed.), Across Borders: Migration in Culture, Language and Literature (pp. 277-292). PWSZ: Krosno.
  • Jankowska, A. “‘I do what I like, and I don’t have to go to work everyday’: The status quo of audiovisual translators in Poland”, [in:] S. Brutti, E. Di Giovanni (eds.), Audiovisual Translation Across Europe, New Trends in Translation Studies (pp. 35-59). Peter Lang: Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, Oxford, Wien.
  • Krejtz, Izabela, Agnieszka Szarkowska, Agnieszka Walczak, Krzysztof Krejtz, Andrew Duchowski (2012) “Audio Description as an Aural Guide of Children”s Visual Attention: Evidence from an Eye-Tracking Study.” ETRA’12 Proceedings of the Symposium on Eye Tracking Research and Applications, ACM, New York, NY, USA , 99-106.
  • Krejtz, Krzysztof, Izabela Krejtz, Andrew Duchowski, Agnieszka Szarkowska, and Agnieszka Walczak. 2012. Multimodal learning with audio description: an eye tracking study of children’s gaze during a visual recognition task. In Proceedings of the ACM Symposium on Applied Perception (SAP ’12). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 83-90. DOI=10.1145/2338676.2338694
  • Szarkowska, Agnieszka & Anna Jankowska (2012) “Text-to-speech audio description of voiced-over films. A case study of audio described Volver in Polish.” In: Elisa Perego (ed.) Emerging topics in translation: Audio description, EDIZIONI UNIVERSITÀ DI TRIESTE: Trieste, pp. 81-94.

2011

  • Szarkowska, Agnieszka “Why are some forms of address not omitted in subtitling? A study based on three selected Polish soap operas broadcast on TV Polonia”. In: Krzysztof Kredens & Łukasz Bogucki (eds) Perspectives on Audiovisual Translation, Frankurt am Mein: Peter Lang, 77-92.
  • Szarkowska, Agnieszka, Krejtz, Izabela, Kłyszejko, Zuzanna & Wieczorek, Anna (2011) “Verbatim, standard, or edited? Reading patterns of different captioning styles among deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing viewers”. American Annals of the Deaf 156 (4), 363-378.
  • Szarkowska, Agnieszka “Manipulation in audiovisual translation: at the crossroads of language, culture and politics”. In: Joanna Esquibel & Magdalena Kizeweter (eds.) Manipulation in translation. Warszawa: Wydawnictwo SWPS, 158-165.
  • Szarkowska, Agnieszka (2011) “Text-to-speech audio description: towards wider availability of AD”. Journal of Specialised Translation 15, 142-163.

2010

2009

2008

before 2008