Assistant Professor at the Institute of English Studies, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland. Senior Fulbright Fellow at Yale University. His research focuses on the history of rhetoric in America, as well as the literature of the American South. Choiński was a lead researcher in The Language of Eighteenth-Century American Colonial Sermons. A Rhetorical and Stylometric Analysis project (OPUS 2014/13/B/HS2/00905) and is the director of Hyperbole in the Writings of American Southern Authors project (OPUS 2016/23/B/HS2/01207) – both financed by the Ministry of Higher Education in Poland. Choiński is a member of the Network-Analysis and Spatial Stylometry in American Studies research group at the Universität Potsdam. He was a visiting academic at Yale University, Salem State University, University of South Carolina, College of Charleston, Freie Universitat Berlin, Queens University Belfast and University of Padova. Choiński is the author of two books: Rhetoric of the Revival, published in 2016 with Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht as part of the New Developments in Jonathan Edwards Studies Series and Southern Hyperboles, published in 2020 with Louisiana State University Press as part of the Southern Studies Series. Choiński’s latest poetry volume, Gifts Without Wrapping, came out in 2019 with Hedgehog Press.