Dr. h. c. prof. Mgr. Slávka Tomaščíková, PhD.

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Department of British and American Studies
Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice Faculty of Arts
Moyzesova 9 (Platon building)
040 01 Košice

Office Hours

As of 3 October 2022
Tuesdays 9.00-10.30

PERSONAL INFORMATION
Dr. h. c. Doc. Mgr. Slávka Tomaščíková, PhD.
Maiden name: Slávka Krajčovičová
Born in 1971 in Bratislava, Slovakia
Married with one adult child
Permanent residence: Arm. Gen. Svobodu 4, 08001 Prešov, Slovakia
Nationality: Slovak
Citizenship: The Slovak Republic
E-mail: slavka.tomascikova@upjs.sk
Language skills: Slovak (mother tongue), English (C2), Russian (C2)
Other skills: Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point. Driving licence A, B

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
Employer: Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice, Faculty of Arts, Department of British and America Studies, Moyzesova 9, 040 01 Košice
Positions: assistant lecturer (2006–2009), associate professor (2006-)

Employer: University of Prešov in Prešov, Faculty of Arts, Department of British and America Studies
Positions: lecturer (1994–1999), assistant lecturer (1999–2007)

EDUCATION, TRAINING, QUALIFICATIONS
Dr. h. c.: doctor honoris causa, awarded in 2018 by Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University, Ukraine

Doc. degree: associate professor, awarded in 2009
P. J. Safarik University in Kosice, Faculty of Arts.
Study branch: 2.1.29 Non-Slavic languages and literatures – British and American Studies.
Habilitation thesis: Comparative analysis of selected aspects of narrative in British television news discourse.

PhD degree: awarded in 1999
University of Presov in Presov, Faculty of Arts.
Study branch: Linguistics of specific groups of languages – English studies.
Doctoral thesis: Some sociopragmatic and pragmalinguistic aspects of the comparative analysis of the British and Slovak television news discourse.

MA degree (with Distinction): awarded in 1994
P. J. Safarik University in Kosice, Faculty of Arts in Presov.
Study branch: Teaching of general subjects.
MA study programme: Russian language and literature – English language and literature.

Programmes and courses:

  1. British Council Summer School: British Cultural Studies at University, College or School, Oxford/Glasgow, UK (4.-22.7.1994).
  2. The Summer School of School Psychology, P. J. Safarik University in Kosice (23.7.-27.7.1993).
  3. Semester study stay at A. S. Pushkin Institute of Russian Language, Moscow, Russia (19.2.-14.4.1993).
  4. Semester study stay within EC Tempus Scheme, English Language, Culture and Society Programme, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK (13.1.-20.3.1992).

TEACHING AND TEACHING-RELATED ACTIVITIES
Courses taught within BA, MA, PhD study programmes (1994-):
Introduction to geography, history and culture of Great Britain – lectures and seminars (from 1994).
Introduction to British studies – lectures (from 1999) and seminars (from 1994).
Institutions of Great Britain – seminars (from 1995).
Regions of Great Britain – seminars (from 1995).
Media in Great Britain – lectures (from 1999) and seminars (from 1994).
Interpretation of media texts – lectures and seminars (from 1999).
Discourse of media communication – seminars (from 1999).
Gender and media – seminars (from 2012).
Gender, household and food – lectures and seminars (from 2012)
Semiotics of media texts – lectures and seminars (from 2012)
Methods of research in British and American studies – lectures and seminars (from 2010)
British mythologies – lectures and seminars (from 2010)
BA and MA thesis seminar – from 1999.

INVITED LECTURES

  1. Keynote lectures at 8 international conferences in Albania (Vlore 2011, 2020), Hungary (Budapest 2013), Poland (Torun 2011), Romania (Cluj-Napoca 2008), Serbia (2015), Spain (Palma 2010, Baeza 2014)
  2. Invited lecture for staff and students at Université Paris 13, France, 19.12.2000.
  3. Lectures requested by Pedagogical Centre in Presov (2005)
  4. Lectures requested by The British Council Slovakia (1995–1998)

4.1 Lecture for teachers of English in Slovakia, The British Council Bratislava, 26.1.1995.
4.2. Lectures for The British Council British Studies Winter School for Secondary School Teachers in Presov, Presov, 19. 23.2.1996.
4.3. Lecture for teachers of secondary schools, The British Council Kosice, May 1998.

Lectures at university level – Socrates/Erasmus+ lectures:
Ukraine: Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University
Italy: University of Genoa
France: Université Paris 13 Nord, Université Paris 7 Diderot (Paris Cité)
Russia: Sankt-Petersburg State University
Spain: Universidad de Jaén, Universidad de Huelva, Universitat de les Illes Balears, Universidad de Valencia
The Czech Republic: Palacký University in Olomouc, Metropolitan University in Prague
Uzbekistan: Buchara State Medical Institute, Andijan State Medical Institute
Romania: West University in Timisoara

Responsibilities in PhD exam and dissertation defence boards:

  1. President of the PhD exam board for a doctoral exam and the reviewer of a doctoral thesis in English Philology – candidate Daniel Stanforth, MA, University of Valencia, Spain, 1.2.2018.
  2. President of the PhD exam board for a doctoral exam and the reviewer of a doctoral thesis in English Philology – candidate Antonio Jose Couso Lianez, MA, University of Huelva, Spain, 17.7.2017.
  3. Member of the PhD exam board for a doctoral exam and the reviewer of a doctoral thesis in English Philology – candidate Vincent Cucarella Ramon, MA, University of Valencia, Spain, 2017.
  4. Member of the PhD exam board for a doctoral exam and the reviewer of a doctoral thesis in English Philology – candidate Martyna Bryla, MA, University of Malaga, Spain, 7.7.2015.
  5. Member of the PhD exam board for a doctoral exam and the reviewer of a doctoral thesis in English Philology – candidate Mgr.Viktória Marcinová, University of Jaén, Spain, 20.9.2012
  6. Member of the PhD exam board for a doctoral exam and the reviewer of a doctoral thesis in Corpus Linguistics – English – candidate Mgr. Markéta Johnová, Silesian University in Opava, The Czech Republic, 7.9.2011
  7. Member of the PhD exam board for a doctoral exam and the reviewer of a doctoral thesis in Philology – English – candidate Mgr. Joanna Bielewicz-Kunc,, Ostrava University in Ostrava, The Czech Republic, 19.1.2011
  8. Member of the PhD exam board for a doctoral exam and the reviewer of a doctoral thesis in English Linguistics – candidate Mgr. Dalibor Mikuláš, Presov University, Slovakia, 7.2010
  9. Member of the PhD exam board for a doctoral exam and the reviewer of a doctoral thesis in General Linguistics – candidate Mgr. Jaroslav Marcin, University of Presov, Slovakia, 27.4.2010
  10. Member of the PhD exam board for a doctoral exam and the reviewer of a doctoral thesis in English Philology – candidate Ana Díaz Negrillo, MA, University of Jaén, Spain, 12.7.2007.
  11. Member of the exam board for a doctoral exam in General linguistics – candidate Mgr. Michal Bocak, University of Presov, 22.6.2007.
  12. President and member of the exam boards for a doctoral exam and a doctoral thesis defence in British and American studies, P. J. Safarik University in Kosice since 2009.
  13. Member of 3 exam boards for a PhDr. exam, University of Presov 2002–2007.

Responsibilities in BA and MA boards:
1, President and member of exam boards for BA and MA final state exams and defence of BA and MA thesis in British and American Studies, English Language and Literature, University of Presov (1999–2008).
2, President and member of exam boards for BA and MA final state exams and defence of BA and MA thesis in British and American Studies, English Language and Literature, Gender Studies and Culture, P. J. Safarik University in Kosice from 2009.
3, President and member of the admittance/entrance exam board for PhD, MA and BA study programmes at the Department in British and American Studies, Faculty of Arts, P. J. Safarik University in Kosice, from 2006.
4, Member of admittance/entrance exam boards for BA and MA study programmes at the Department of British and American Studies, Faculty of Arts, University of Presov (1995–2007).

PHD STUDENT SUPERVISION
Accomplished 14 PhD students:
In the study branch 2.1.29 Non-Slavic languages and literatures – study programme British and American Studies, P. J. Šafárik University in Košice – 12 students:
Mgr. Veronika Babjáková, PhD., double degree scheeme with University of Ostrava, Czech Republic, co-supervisor prof. PhDr. Stanislav Kavka, CSc., Semiotic Analysis of Media Discourse: Analysis of Gender in Selected British and Slovak Television Commercials. Defended: 1.9.2014
Mgr. Silvia Rosivalová Baučeková, PhD, double degree scheme with Universidad de Jaén, co-supervisor Doc. Nieves Pascual Soler, PhD., Food in Detective Fiction: An Analysis of Novels by Agatha Christie. Defended: 2.9.2014
Mgr. Alexandra Bikkyová, PhD., double degree scheme with Universidad de Jaén, co-supervisor Doc. Nieves Pascual Soler, PhD., Gender in the 20th century American Literature. Defended: 16.6.2015
Mgr. Ján Haláček, PhD., double degree scheme with Université Paris Diderot – Paris 7, Sorbonne Paris Cité, co-supervisor prof. Myriam Boussahba Bravard, PhD., Changing Narratives of Class in Print Media Discourses in the United Kingdom, 2007 – 2013. Language of Social Class, Aspiration and (In)Equality in Opinion Discourse of the British Quality Press. Defended:18.11.2015
Mgr. Petra Filipová, PhD., double degree scheme with Universitat de les Illes Balears, Spain, co-supervisors Doc. Marta Fernandez Morales, PhD., Doc. José Igor Prieto Arranz, PhD., Gender in Contemporary US Culture: Asexuality in Representation and Reception. Defended: 13.6.2017

In the study branch Philology – study programme English Philology, AHE in Lodz, Poland – 2 students.

MA and BA students supervision:
Accomplished – more than 60
Mgr. Veronika Nogolová, MA double degree scheme with Universitat de les Illes Balears, Spain, co-supervisor Doc. José Igor Prieto Arranz, PhD., Modern Languages and Literatures, Literary and Cultural Studies, Political Satire and British Television. The Representation of Women in Yes, Minister, Yes Prime Minister and The Thick of It. Defended: 26.6.2017

RESEARCH AND RESEARCH-RELATED ACTIVITIES
RESEARCH INTEREST AREAS: MEDIA DISCOURSE ANALYSIS, FOOD STUDIES, FOOD IN MEDIA

Individual research grants and stays:
1.Individual research stay at Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University, Ukraine, 25.9.-22.10.2017. Visiting Fellow.
2. Individual grant within Grundtvig scheme, No. 104400137, University of Turin, Italy, 21.8.-29.8.2010
3. Individual grant within Grundtvig scheme, No. 84320741/PO, University of Aarhus, Arhus, Denmark, 20.8.-26.8.2008
4. Individual grant within SOCRATES-Comenius 2.2C, No. COM 2.2.C/2006/10, University of London, London, UK, 29.8.-2.9.2006
5. Tempus Phare Individual Mobility. Short-term research stay at Ulster University, Jordanstown, Belfast, UK, 1.6.-30.6.1998. Visiting Fellow.
6. Research Support Scheme of The British Council, London, UK. Short-term research stay at Warwick
University, Coventry, UK (13.1.-20.2.1997). Visiting Fellow.
7. Research Support Scheme of The British Council, London, UK. Short-term research stay at Warwick
University, Coventry, UK (1.7.-3.8.1996). Visiting Fellow.

Participation in research projects:
Current research projects:
Member of international research team BRICCS (British and Comparative Cultural Studies: Identities and Representation) based at the University of the Balearic Islands, Palma de Mallorca, Spain, from 2018.
VEGA – Scientific Grant Agency of the Ministry of Education of Slovak Republic and the Slovak Academy of Sciences. Research grant No. 1/0447/20 The Global and the Local in Postmillennial Anglophone Literatures, Cultures and Media. Leading researcher.

  1. VEGA – Scientific Grant Agency of the Ministry of Education of Slovak Republic and the Slovak Academy of Sciences. Research grant No. 1/0336/16 (2016–2019). Post-Millenial Sensibility in Anglophone Literatures, Cultures and Media. Leading researcher.
  2. EU Structural Funds Project RIFIV, Development of Innovative Forms of Education and the Support of Interdisciplinary Studies at UPJŠ, 2013–2015
  3. EU Structural Funds Project KVARK, Quality of Education and Development of Competencies of PhD Students and Postdocs at UPJŠ, 2012–2015
  4. EU Structural Funds Project EXPERT, Research and Education at UPJŠ – Towards Excellent European Universities, 2012–2014
  5. EU Structural Funds Project DOKTORAND,Current research project: Modernisation of PhD programmes at humanities and sciences at UPJŠ, 2010–2013
  6. VEGA – Scientific Grant Agency of the Ministry of Education of Slovak Republic and the Slovak Academy of Sciences. Research grant No. 1/4692/07 (2007–2010). Contemporary art in philosophical and aesthetic reflections and new stratification of interdisciplinary communications. Researcher.
  7. VEGA – Scientific Grant Agency of the Ministry of Education of Slovak Republic and the Slovak Academy of Sciences. Research grant No. 1/1307/04 (2004–2006). Philosophy, Aesthetics. Arts. II. Researcher.
  8. VEGA – Scientific Grant Agency of the Ministry of Education of Slovak Republic and the Slovak Academy of Sciences. Research grant No. 1/9344/02 (2002–2004). Sociolinguistic aspects of productivity in word-formation. Researcher.
  9. KEGA – Educational Grant Agency of the Ministry of Education of Slovak Republic. Research grant No. 153/2001 (2001–2003) Sound-intonation, stylistic-pragmalinguistic, literary-aesthetic and socio-cultural dimensions of functioning of text in media. Researcher.
  10. Research grant GSGP (1998–1999). Central European University, Budapest, Hungary. Developing gender

studies within cultural studies. Deputy-leading researcher.
11. VEGA – Scientific Grant Agency of the Ministry of Education of Slovak Republic and the Slovak Academy of Sciences. Research grant (1995–1998) Comparative analysis of linguo-pragmatic, socio-pragmatic and psycho-grammatical means of school and mass media communication. Researcher.

Responsibilities in Research and Academic Administration:
Responsibilities in habilitation defence boards

  1. Member of the habilitation defence board and the reviewer of a habilitation thesis in 2.1.29 Non-Slavic Languages and Literatures, British and American Studies Programme, PhDr. Miroslav Černý, PhD., Discourse of Medicine Revisited: On Conveying Empathy and Trust in English Medical Interviewing, UPJŠ Košice, Slovakia, 9.12.2011.
  2. Member of the habilitation defence board and the reviewer of a habilitation thesis in 2.1.33 General Linguistics, PhDr. Edita Kominarecová, PhD. Lingvokulturologické a didaktické štúdie, Prešov University in Prešov, Slovakia, 11.11.2010.

Membership in academic journals’ editorial boards:
SKASE Journal of Literary and Cultural Studies, Slovakia, ISSN 2644–5506 , co-editor
SKASE Journal of Theoretical Linguistics, Slovakia, ISSN 1336–782X, member of editorial board
Oceanide, Spain, ISSN 1989—6328, member of editorial board
Jezyk w Komunikacji, Poland, ISSN 2084–5111, member of editorial board
Mediální studia (Media Studies), The Czech Republic, ISSN 1801–9978, member of reviewers board
Studia Anglica Resoviensia, Poland, regular reviewer

Responsibilities in specialists’ associations:
SKASE – Slovak Association for the Study of English (2003– ). Member. SKASE President from 2003.
ESSE – European Society for the Study of English (2003– ). Member. Secretary of ESSE from 2008–2013. ESSE Board member (2003–2007, 2014– ).
ATEE – Association for Teacher Education in Europe (2016– ). Member. RDC co-chair.
The European Network for British Area Studies (1998– ). Member Vice-president from 1998.
Slovak Linguistic Society (1996– ). Member.
British Council (1994– ). Member.
EWORA – European Women Rectors Association (2016– ). Member

Responsibilities in conference academic programme and organisation committees:
Conference academic programme committee member:
Vlora, Albania, 2020
Sankt-Petersburg, 2018
Nis, Serbia, 2015
ESSE Kosice 2014
Krosno, Poland, 2010
Cluj-Napoca, Romania, 2008
Co-convenor of seminars at ESSE conferences: 2002, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2018.

Conference organisation committees:
Principal conference organizer, ESSE Kosice, Slovakia, 2014
Principal conference organizer, UPJS Kosice, Slovakia (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019)
Principal conference organizer, Presov, Slovakia, 2005
Co-organizer of Intensive Programme Cities in Europe, Faro, Portugal, 2004.
Co-organizer of Intensive Programme Cities in Europe, Barcelona, Spain, 2003.
Co-organizer of International Seminar CEU/ELTE/ENBAS Britain: Off-shore island or global nexus, Budapest, Hungary, 2003.
Co-organizer of the 1st International Conference of ENBAS Britain in a Migrant World, University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, UK, 2001.
Co-organizer of International Conference, The First Slovak British Studies Conference: British Studies and Intercultural Dialogue, Vysoké Tatry, Slovakia, 1997.
Co-organizer of British Studies Winter School for Secondary School Teachers in Prešov, Prešov, Slovakia, 1996.

Conference contributions:
Presentations at international congresses, conferences, seminars in Slovakia (more than 20 from 1996). Presentations at international congresses, conferences, seminars abroad (Vienna Austria 1995, Warwick UK 1995, Praha CR 1996, Pecs Hungary 1996, Brno CR 1996, Opava CR 1997, Paris France 2000, Portsmouth UK 2001, Strasbourg France 2002, Budapest Hungary 2003, Barcelona Spain 2003, Zaragoza Spain 2004, Faro Portugal 2004, Brno CR 2005, London UK 2006, Aarhus Denmark 2008, Cluj-Napoca Romania 2008, Brno CR 2010, Krosno Poland 2010, Jaroslaw Poland 2010, Torino Italy 2010, Palma Spain 2010, Torun Poland 2011, Albania Vlore 2011, Istanbul Turkey 2012, Hungary Budapest 2013, Baeza Spain 2014, Nis Serbia 2015, Palma Spain 2018, Brno Czech Republic 2018, Timisoara Romania 2018, Sankt Petersburg 2020, Vlora 2020).

Academic administrative responsibilities:
Vice-Rector for International Relations of UPJS (2011–2014).
Member of the Research Council of UPJS (2011–2014).
Deputy-Chair of the Academic Senate of UPJS (2007–2011).
Head of Department of British and US Studies, UPJS (2008– ).
Chair of the VVGS (Internal Research Grant Scheme) Board, UPJS (2016–2019).

Awards:
1, Anton Kochanowski Municipal Award in the category „Local Lore Research of the Year“ awarded by the Mayor of Chernivtsi, Ukraine, in 2019, for the collective of authors of the publication Eugen Ehrlich: Bibliographic Index (Vernon Press, 2018).
2, Jubilee Award of „100 Years of Bukovynian Viche“ awarded by the Chernivtsi Regional State Administration, in 2019.

MOST IMPORTANT PUBLICATIONS:

Monographs:
1,Schevchenko V., Tomaščíková, S. 2021. Representation of Food in Media Discourses: Cognitive and Pragmatic Aspects. Samara : Samara University Publishing House. 216 s. ISBN 9785788315881.
2, Tomaščíková, Slávka. 2020. Postmillennial Media – Discourses Where Food Cultures Meet Everyday Practices. Samara: Samara University Publishing House. 72 s. ISBN 978–5–7883–1470–9
3, Comparative Studies in English and Slovak Massmedia and School Communication / Milan Ferenčík, Marianna Prčíková, Slávka Tomaščíková ; Prešov : Prešovská Univerzita v Prešove, 1999. – ISBN 80–88722–33–0.
4, Word-formation as creativity within productivity contraints: Sociolinguistic evidence / Pavol Stekauer … [et al]. In: Onomasiology Online (OnOn) : elektronický zdroj : http://www1.ku-eichstaett.de/…SW/OnOn6.htm. – ISSN 1616–9484. – Roč. 6 (2005), pp. 1–55.

Chapters in monographs:
1, The Changing Narrative Spaces of Slovak Television / Slávka Tomaščíková. In: De-Centring Cultural Studies: Past, Present and Future of Popular Culture. – Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013. – ISBN 9781443844765. – pp. 321–337.
2, Tomaščíková, Slávka. 2019. Chapter Fifteen. Cooking Narratives: Cooking Social Practices in Postmillennial Television. In: Postmillennial Trends in Anglophone Literatures, Cultures and Media. Eds. Soňa Šnircová and Slávka Tomaščíková. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 262–277. ISBN 9781527527096
3, Tomaščíková, Slávka. 2019. Chapter Nine. Food in the Media: Above and Below the Sea Level of a Hypormodern Culture. In: Postmillennial Trends in Anglophone Literatures, Cultures and Media. Eds. Soňa Šnircová and Slávka Tomaščíková. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 156–173. ISBN 9781527527096
4, Šnircová, Soňa, Tomaščíková, Slávka. 2019. Introduction. Postmillennial Trends in Anglophone Literatures, Cultures and Media. In: Postmillennial Trends in Anglophone Literatures, Cultures and Media. Eds. Soňa Šnircová and Slávka Tomaščíková. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 1–5. ISBN 9781527527096

University textbooks:
1, Semiotics of food: Postmillennial media – Discourses where global and international meet national, regional and local. Samara : Samara University Publishing House, 2021. – 80 s. ISBN 9785788315899.
2, Rozenfeld, Július, Tomaščíková, Slávka. Developing Academic English in Speaking and Writing. Košice : Vydavateľstvo ŠafárikPress UPJŠ, 2021. 154 s. ISBN 9788081529603.

Chapters in university textbooks:
1, Gender in Sitcom / Slávka Tomaščíková. In: Gender Issues in the Media. – Košice : Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice, 2013. – ISBN 9788081520938. – pp. 9–32.

Teaching and study materials:
1, Television news discourse / Slávka Tomaščíková. – Prešov : Prešovská univerzita v Prešove, 2005. – 113 p. – Rec. Pavol Štekauer, Milan Ferenčík. – ISBN 808068393X (brož.). – Spôsob prístupu: http://www.pulib.sk/…a1/index.htm.

Original papers in journals registered in CC, WoS, SCOPUS, ERIH+:
1, Visualisation of digital media discourses: a case study of Russian language esport media / Vera Boguslavskaya, Larisa V. Sharakhina, Slávka Tomaščíková.
In: SKASE Journal of Theoretical Linguistics : Electronic on-line journal. – ISSN 1336–782X. – Roč. 17, č. 5 (2020), s. 192–201.
2, British Situation Comedy and the Consciousness of New Class Differences in Slovakia / Slávka Tomaščíková. In: European Journal of English Studies = ejes. – ISSN 1382–5577. – Vol. 14, no. 3 (2010), pp. 207–220.
3, Cultural Heritage and Food – New Media Narratives – New Meanings and New Identities / Slávka Tomaščíková. In: The European English Messenger. – ISSN 0960–4545. – Vol. 24, no. 2 (2015), pp. 49–57.

Original papers in other journals – 8
Original papers in reviewed collections – 24

Invited original papers presented at conferences abroad:
1, The construction of narrative identities in media discourses / Slávka Tomaščíková. In: Constructions of Identity (V) : Cluj-Napoca, 23–25 October 2008 : proceedings of the International Conference. – Cluj-Napoca, 2009. – ISBN 9789736476709. – pp. 351–367.
2, The Past and Present Narrative Spaces of Slovak Television / Slávka Tomaščíková. In: Pasado, presente y futuro de la cultura popular: espacios y contextos : Actas del IV Congreso de la SELICUP : Palma de Mallorca, del 20 al 22 de octubre de 2010. – Palma de Mallorca : Universitat de les Illes Balears, 2011. – ISBN 9788483841976. – pp. 1–18.
3, Food, culture, identities, the media / Slávka Tomaščíková ; recenzenti Radojka Vukčević, Zoran Paunović, Marija Krivokapić. In: JEZIK, književnost, značenje: književna istraživanja : zbornik radova. – Niš : Filozofski fakultet, Universitet u Nišu, 2016. – ISBN 9788673794082. – pp. 27–33.

Original papers in conference proceedings – 9

Editorial work:
1, Word – Formation Theories Workshop : electronic collection of presentation materials / Pavol Stekauer, Slávka Tomaščíková. In: Univerzitná knižnica Prešovskej univerzity : dokument is placed on www s Univerzitnej knižnice PU : http://www.pulib.sk/…op/index.htm : 15.5.2006. – ISBN 80–8068–466–9. – (2006).
2, Culture, Language and Literature Across Border Regions / Editori Peter Haľko, Slávka Tomaščíková, Božena Velebná. – Prešov : Prešovská univerzita v Prešove, 2008. – 58 p. – ISBN 9788080689100 (brož.). – Spôsob prístupu: http://www.pulib.sk/…1/index.html.
3, Culture language and literature across border regions / ed. Pavol Štekauer, Slavka Tomaščíková, Wladyslaw Witalisz. – Krosno : Państwowa Wyzsza Szkola Zawodowa w Krośnie, 2009. – 330 p. – ISBN 97889295091(brož.).
4, Universals and Typology in Word-formation : Teaching Materials [elektronický zdroj] / Eds. Renáta Gregová, Lívia Körtvélyessy, Slávka Tomaščíková. – Košice : Slovenská asociácia pre štúdium angličtiny – SKASE, 2009. – 1 elektronický optický disk (CD-ROM). – ISBN 9788097029098.
5, Language, Literature and Culture in Present-Day Context: Contemporary Research Perspectives in Anglophone PhD Studies [elektronický zdroj] / Edited by: Renáta Gregová, Soňa Šnircová, Slávka Tomaščíková ; rec. Edita Kominarecová, Nieves Pascual Soler. – Košice : SKASE, 2011. – CD-ROM, 247 p. – ISBN 9788097082130.
6, Gender in the Media. Transnational Perspectives / Editors Marta Fernandez-Morales, Slávka Tomaščíková ; recenzenti Pavel Stekauer, Renáta Gregová. – 1. vyd. – Košice : Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice, 2013. – 348 p. – ISBN 9788081520945 (brož.).
7, Book of Abstracts : The 12th Conference of the European Society for the Study of English : 29 August – 2 September 2014, Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice, Slovakia / Editors Tim Caudery, Zuzana Naďová, Slávka Tomaščíková ; recenzenti Isil Bas, Andreas H. Jucker et al. – 1. vyd. – Košice : Slovenská asociácia pre štúdium angličtiny, 2014. – 170 p. – ISBN 9788097172039 (brož.).
8, A Festschrift for Pavol Štekauer : SKASE Journal of Theoretical Linguistics / Edited by Renáta Gregová … [et al.]. – 1. vyd. – Košice : SKASE, 2015. – 553 p. – ISBN 1336–782X (brož.).
9, Eugen Ehrlich: Bibliographic Index / Edited by Slávka Tomaščíková. Authors: Sergiy Nezhurbida, Maria Diachuk. Vernon Press, USA, 2018. – ISBN 9781622733774, 350 p.
10, Šnircová, Soňa, Tomaščíková, Slávka. 2019. Postmillennial Trends in Anglophone Literatures, Cultures and Media. Eds. Soňa Šnircová and Slávka Tomaščíková. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 345. ISBN 9781527527096

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