Doktoraty w Instytucie Filologii Angielskiej KUL JP II


Doctoral Dissertations defended in the Institute of English Studies



2019 Oskar Zasada, In Fear of Demythization: The (Post)human Transfigurations of Cosmic Others and the Undead in Contemporary American Horror Fiction and Film

2018 Kamil Rusiłowicz, The Poetics of Neobaroque Space: Theory and Application

2018 Karolina Drabikowska, Substance and Function of Phonological Primes. Synchronic and Historical Perspectives

2017 Magdalena Chudak, Initial segments in Irish - variation in mutation patterns

2017 Dominika Bugno-Narecka, The Melancholy Fold: (Neo)baroque Ekphrasis in the Works of Salman Rushdie, Miranda Glover, Ben Okri and Patrick Gale 

2017 Anna Dąbrowska, A Syntactic Study of Idioms Referring to Psychological States in English and Constraints on the Way they are Built

2017 Marietta Izdebska, A Frame-Semantic Approach to Conceptual Metaphors Related to COOKING TECHNIQUES in English: a British National Corpus Based Study

2017 Karolina Majkowska, The Space In Between Diaspora and Neobaroque in the Works of Junot Diaz

2017 Anna Sadowska, Strategies in audio description - a study on reception of audio described films and preferences of visually impaired viewers in Poland

2017 Artur Stępniak, Implementing Bilingual Education and Content Language Integrated Learning in Polish Primary Schools

2016 Kinga Lis, The Etymology of Nouns in Middle English Prose Psalter Renditions

2016 Estera Gancarz-Jurek, Elements of Christian and Hasidic Mysticism in the Writings of Denise Levertov

2015 Katarzyna Bednarska, Quantity in Breton and Welsh. 

2014 Agnieszka Trzewicarz, Exploring liquid modern era phenomena in selected novels of Nick Hornby

2013 Aleksandra Piasecka, Towards Creative Imagination in Victorian Literature.

2013 Ewa Partyka, The (Classic) Monster Narratives and their 1960s Film Adaptations: the Fantastic, the Naturalistic and the Theatrical.

2013 Ewelina Mokrosz, Clefting strategies in English and Polish.

2013 Aleksandra Bartczak-Meszyńska, The Double Object Construction in English and German. Structural position, case valuation and movement of objects.

2012 Łukasz Borowiec, Harold Pinter, Karzełki. Wyzwania naukowe, edytorskie, przekładowe.

2012 Sławomir Zdziebko, Issues in Scottish vowel quantity.

2012 Jolanta Sak-Wernicka Context and understanding: evidence from the blind.

2011 Mark Ó Fionnáin Translating in Times of Political Turmoil: Liam Ó Rinn’s Irish Language.
Translations of Adam Mickiewicz’s Księgi Narodu Polskiego i Pielgrzymstwa Polskiego.

2011 Sylwia Szewc Structuring of News Disourse in English and Polish - a Corpus-Based Analysis of the popular Press Texts.

2010 Iwona Filipczak (Rospędek) The problem of death in selected novels by John Updike

2010 Katarzyna Jaworska-Biskup Concept understanding by congenitally blind children. Implications for learning and teaching English as a foreign language

2010 Anna Bysiecka-Maciaszek From the Colonial/Local to the Global, from Mimicry to Hybridity: the Application of Homi K. Bhabha's Thought to Selected Works of Fiction.

2009 Tomasz Niedokos The Concept of English Culture in the Cultural Biographies of Peter Ackroyd.

2009 Krzysztof Flis Polityka Stanów Zjednoczonych wobec Wietnamu w latach prezydentury Dwighta Eisenhowera (1953-1956).

2009 Patrycja Antoszek Beyond the Mask of Excess: Robert Coover's Carnivalesque Aesthetics.

2009 Wojciech Guz Register variation and lexical innovation: a corpus-based study of English nominalizations.

2008 Marcin Kleban Second Language Acquisition Through Comprehensible Output: A Relevance Theoretic Approach.

2008 Anna Antonowicz Orientalism Revisited. Indian Decorative Art in the Cultural Policy of the Victoria and Albert Museum in the Mid-Victorian Period.

2008 Magda Sawa Pro-narrative Ekphrasis in Modern British Novel.

2008 Artur Bartnik Noun Phrase Structure in Old English: Quantifiers and Other Functional Categories.

2007 Aleksander Bednarski Longing for Roots. Constructing Wales in Niall Griffiths's fiction.

2007 Joanna Teske Philosophy and Narrative: The Novels of Virginia Woolf.  (obrona na UMCS)

2007 Piotr Steinbrich Idioms as textual patterns in conversational discourse.

2007 Wojciech Malec The impact of item format on test performance in criterion-referenced assessment of collocations.

2006 Urszula Niewiadomska-Flis Ladies and Gentlemen: Ellen Glasgow and Walker Percy Re-Visioning the Blighted Eden.

2006 Tetyana Derkach Expressive word-formation: diminutives in Polish, Ukrainian and Russian.

2004 Maria Bloch-Trojnar Verbal Nouns in Modern Irish. Categories and Exponents.

2004 Barbara Klonowska Contaminations: Magic Realism in Contemporary British Fiction.

2004 Krzysztof Jaskuła The Phonology of Old Irish as a Reflection of Ancient and Mediaeval Sound Change.

2003 Konrad Klimkowski English Synthetic and Neo-Classical Compound Formation: A Formal and A Functional Approach.

2003 Grzegorz Maziarczyk The Narratee in Contemporary British Fiction: A Typological Study.

2003 Andrzej Antoszek Don DeLillo's Evolving Picture of Contemporary America.

2002 Magdalena Charzyńska-Wójcik The Evolution of Impersonal Constructions and the Status of the Subject in the History of English.

2002 Jerzy Wójcik The Phonology of Old English Syllable Structure.

1998 Zofia Kolbuszewska The Poetics of Space in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon.

1998 Anita Buczek-Zawiła Principles and Parameters of Modern Welsh Phonology.

1997 Anna Bondaruk Comparison in English and Polish Adjectives. A Syntactic Study.

1997 Anna Bloch-Rozmej Element Interactions in Phonology. A Study in Connemara Irish.

1995 Eugeniusz Cyran Vocalic Elements in Phonology. A Study in Munster Irish.

1992 Aidan Doyle Noun Derivation in Modern Irish. Selected Categories, Rules and Suffixes.

1989 Grzegorz Kleparski Semantic Change and Semantic Components: A Study of English Evaluative Developments in the Domain of Humans.



Autor: Eugeniusz Cyran
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