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Hrvoje Tutek, assistant

Biography
Hrvoje Tutek studied English, Croatian, and Comparative Literature at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb and Duke University. From 2012 to 2015 he was a doctoral researcher in the German Research Foundation research project Globalization and Literature. Representations, Transformations, Interventions at the University of Munich, where he is currently finishing his dissertation. He is also a member of the research project team in the Croatian Research Foundation project Cultural History of Capitalism: Britain, America, Croatia. He is employed as Lecturer in the English Department of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Zagreb.

Research interests
Materialist theory of culture, historiography and sociology of cultural forms, modes of literary representation of the world-system, cultural production in the United States in the 20th and 21st century and post-socialist transition in former Yugoslavia.

Undergraduate courses
Introduction to the Study of English Literature 1
Introduction to the Study of English Literature 2
American Modernism
American Postmodernism and Popular Culture

Selected Bibliography

Edited volumes:

– Gupta, Suman, Jernej Habjan and Hrvoje Tutek, eds. Academic Labour, Unemployment and Global Higher Education: Neoliberal Policies of Funding and Management. London: Palgrave Macmillan. 2016.

Articles and book chapters:

– “Formalistička estetika i nacionalni identitet: prilog materijalističkoj analizi hrvatske humanistike u tranziciji”. Inačice materijalizma: zbornik radova. Eds. Borislav Mikulić and Mislav Žitko. Zagreb: Filozofski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu.  Forthcoming in 2017.

– “The Institutional Framework of Post-Socialist Literary Production: Literature as Creative Writing”. The Errant Labor of the Humanities: The Festschrift Presented to Stipe Grgas on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday. Eds. Jelena Šesnić, Borislav Knežević, Sven Cvek, Hrvoje Tutek. Zagreb: FF Press. Forthcoming in 2017.

– “Dwelling in the Apocalypse: Capitalist Modernity, Antimodernism, Zombies”. Journal for French and Francophone Philosophy. Special Issue Dwelling in a Global Age. Forthcoming in 2017.

– “Academics as Workers: From Career Management to Class Analysis and Collective Action”. Academic Labour, Unemployment and Global Higher Education: Neoliberal Policies of Funding and Management. Eds. Suman Gupta, Jernej Habjan and Hrvoje Tutek. London: Palgrave Macmillan. 2016.

– “The Form of Resistance: Literary Narration and Contemporary Radical Political Experience”. Globalizing Literary Genres: Literature, History, Modernity. Eds. Jernej Habjan and Fabienne Imlinger. New York: Routledge. 2016.

“Novel, Utopia, Nation: A History of Interdependence”. Canadian Review of Comparative Literature. Special Issue Novel beyond Nation, 42.4 (2015).

 

Dr. Marina Grubišić, teaching asistant

Biography

2014 Ph.D. in Linguistics, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb (Linguistic expression of anger in Croatian and (American) English)
2006 BA in English language and literature and Sociology,  Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb

Research interests: discourse analysis, pragmatics, language and information and communication technologies, sociolinguistics

Undergraduate courses
Introduction to the Linguistic Study of the English Language
Contrastive Text Analysis

Graduate course:
Seminar in Discourse Analysis – Language and Communication Technologies

Full bibliography:
http://bib.irb.hr/lista-radova?autor=306151&lang=EN

 

Dr. Anđel Starčević, Postdoctoral Researcher

CV

2014 Postdoctoral Researcher, English Language Section, Department of English, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb
2014 Ph.D. in Linguistics, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb (Croatian and English in Contact: A Croatian Immigrant Family in Canada)
2012/2013 Doctoral Research Fellow, Wirth Institute for Austrian and Central European Studies, University of Alberta, Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)
2005 Research and Teaching Assistant, English Language Section, Department of English, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb
2004 B.A. in English Language and Literature and Italian Language and Literature, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb

Research interests:
Croatian-English bilingualism and language contact in Croatia and abroad, language ideologies, critical approaches to language policy and planning

Undergraduate courses:
English Syntax 1: Word Classes

Graduate courses:
Sociolinguistics (Linguistics Program)

Selected bibliography:

• Kapović, Mate, Starčević, Anđel and Daliborka Sarić (2016) O preskripciji i preskriptivizmu u Hrvatskoj. [On prescription and prescriptivism in Croatia]. In Kryzan-Stanojević, Barbara (ed.) Jezična politika između norme i jezičnog liberalizma. [Language policy between the norm and linguistic liberalism]. Zagreb: Srednja Europa. 45-67.

• Starčević, Anđel (2016) Govorimo hrvatski ili ’hrvatski’: standardni dijalekt i jezične ideologije u institucionalnom diskursu. [We speak Croatian or ’Croatian’: The standard dialect and language ideologies in institutional discourse]. Suvremena lingvistika. 42/81, 67-103.

• Kalogjera, Damir and Anđel Starčević (2016) The Native Speaker: A Glance at Some Issues in the Debate. In Zovko Dinković, Irena and Jelena Mihaljević Djigunović (eds.) English Studies from Archives to Prospects. Volume 2 – Linguistics and Applied Linguistics. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 114-148.

• Starčević, Anđel (2016) Trenirka, diktafon i “iskrivljen hrvatski”: metodološki izazovi sociolingvističkog intervjua i sudioničkog promatranja. [Sweatsuit, recorder, and ‘broken Croatian’: Methodological challenges of the sociolinguistic interview and participant observation]. In Udier, Sanda Lucija and Kristina Cergol Kovačević (eds.) Metodologija i primjena lingvističkih istraživanja. [Methodology and Application of Linguistic Research]. Zagreb: Srednja Europa. 3-17.

Full bibliography:
https://bib.irb.hr/lista-radova?autor=269051&lang=EN

 

Prof. Douglas Ambrose


Department of History

Hamilton College

Clinton, New York 13323

(315) 734-1029 (home)
(315) 859-4134 (work)
dambrose@hamilton.edu

EDUCATION

PhD 1991, State University of New York at Binghamton, Binghamton, New York
Master of Arts 1984, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York
Bachelor of Arts 1979, Rutgers College, New Brunswick, New Jersey

WORK EXPERIENCE

2009-2012 Chairman, Department of History, Hamilton College
2008- Professor of History, Hamilton College
2006-2007 Acting Chairman, Department of History, Hamilton College
2002-2007 The Sidney Wertimer Jr. Associate Professor of History
Fall 2005 Acting Chairman, Department of History, Hamilton College
1997- Associate Professor of History, Hamilton College
1992-1997 Assistant Professor of History, Hamilton College
1991-1992 Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of History, Hamilton College

AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS

2006 Christian Johnson Sabbatical Fellowship, Hamilton College
2003 Selected to participate in the seminar The Political History of the Early Republic: New Challenges, Old Strengths, at Columbia University, sponsored by The Council of Independent Colleges and the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
2002 Named the Sidney Wertimer Jr. Associate Professor of History, Hamilton College
1996 Class of 1963 Excellence in Teaching Award, Hamilton College
1994 Hamilton college Nominee, The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, U.S. Professors of the Year Program.
1992 Mellon Research Fellowship, Virginia Historical Society

TEACHING AND RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • The Old South;
  • Antebellum Southern Intellectual History;
  • Christianity in America;
  • Colonial America;
  • Revolutionary and Early National America.

CONFERENCES ORGANIZED

2008 Co-directed and participated in the the first annual Carl B. Menges colloquium, Liberty and Slavery: The Civil War Between Gerrit Smith and George Fitzhugh, sponsored by the Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization and held at the Turning Stone Casino and Resort, April 10-12, 2008. The conference featured fourteen scholars from around the country and examined the coming of the Civil War through the writings of abolitionist Gerrit Smith and proslavery advocate George Fitzhugh. Smith and Fitzhugh were related through marriage and corresponded with each other for over twenty years.
2001 Organized and conducted the conference The Life and Legacy of Alexander Hamilton, held at Hamilton College, April 5-7, 2001. The conference featured over 20 scholars from around the country and examined Hamilton’s significance to the history of the early republic and to subsequent American history.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

  • Contributor, educational website companion to The American Experience: John and Abigail Adams, WGBH, Boston
  • Board of Editors, Mohawk Valley History.
  • Trustee, Oneida County Historical Society, 1995-2000; Vice President for Historical Activities, 1997-2000.
  • Manuscript reader, The Journal of Southern History
  • Manuscript reader, University of Missouri Press
  • Manuscript reader, University of South Carolina Press
  • Manuscript reader, University Press of Mississippi
  • Manuscript reader, HarperCollins Publishers
  • Manuscript reader, Longman Publishers
  • Chair, Best First Book Prize Committee, The Historical Society (2001)
  • Chair, Melvin Bradford Dissertation Prize Committee, The St. George Tucker Society for Southern Studies, 1997-2007

BIBLIOGRAPHY

– BOOK
Henry Hughes and Proslavery Thought in the Old South (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1996).

– ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS
– “Modeling the Dedicated Life: Elizabeth Fox-Genovese as Teacher, Mentor, and Friend,” in History & Women, Culture & Faith: Selected Writings of Elizabeth Fox-Genovese, Volume 5: Unbought Grace: An Elizabeth Fox-Genovese Reader, Rebecca Fox and Robert L. Paquette, eds., (Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 2012).
– “Slavery and Religion,” in Robert L. Paquette and Mark Smith, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Slavery in the Americas (London and New York: Oxford University Press, 2010).
– “Masters,” co-authored with Eugene D. Genovese, in Robert L. Paquette and Mark Smith, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Slavery in the Americas (London and New York: Oxford University Press, 2010).
– “Seeking Truth: Elizabeth Fox-Genovese’s Intellectual Pilgrimage,” in The Christendom Review, Vol. 1, No. 2 (2008; appeared May 2009)
– “Introduction: The Life and Many Faces of Alexander Hamilton,” in Douglas Ambrose and Robert Martin, eds., The Many Faces of Alexander Hamilton: The Life and Legacy of America’s Most Elusive Founder (New York: New York University Press, 2006).
– “Sowing Sentiment: Shaping the Southern Presbyterian Household, 1750-1800,” Georgetown Law Journal Volume 90, No. 1, November 2001, 143-160.
– “Statism in the Old South: A Reconsideration,” in Robert L. Paquette and Louis Ferleger, eds., Slavery, Secession, and Southern History (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2000).
– “Of Stations and Relations: Proslavery Christianity in Early National Virginia,” in John R. McKivigan and Mitchell Snay, eds., Religion and the Antebellum Debate Over Slavery (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1998).

– EDITED BOOKS
The Many Faces of Alexander Hamilton: The Life and Legacy of America’s Most Elusive Founding Father co-edited with Robert Martin (New York: New York University Press, 2006; paperback, 2007).

– ENCYCLOPEDIA ENTRIES
– “Southern Intellectual Life, 1838-1877,” in Encyclopedia of American Cultural and Intellectual History (New York, 2001).
– “Defenses of Slavery,” “Christianity: An Overview,” “Protestantism,” and “Bible: Jewish and Christian Interpretations,” all in The Macmillan Encyclopedia of Slavery (New York, 1998).

– RECENT BOOK REVIEWS
– Review of Albert Taylor Bledsoe: Defender of the Old South and Architect of the Lost Cause by Terry A. Barnhart in The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, forthcoming.
– Review of America, Empire of Liberty: A New History of the United States by David Reynolds in The Journal of Southern History, Volume 78, #3, August 2012.
– Review of Majority Rule Versus Consensus: The Political Thought of John C. Calhoun by James Read in Slavery and Abolition, Volume 31, # 4, 2010.
– Review of Conjectures of Order: Intellectual Life and the American South, 1810-1860 by Michael O’Brien in American Historical Review, Volume 110, #2, April 2005.
– Review of All That Makes a Man: Love and Ambition in the Civil War South by Stephen W. Berry III in Journal of Southern History, Volume 70, #4, November 2004.
– Review of The Counterrevolution of Slavery: Politics and Ideology in Antebellum South Carolina by Manisha Sinha in Slavery and Abolition, Volume 23, #3, December 2002.
– Review of Volumes XXIV and XXV of The Papers of John C. Calhoun edited by Clyde Wilson and Shirley Bright Cook in Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Volume CXXV, #4, October 2001.
– Review of Black Judas: William Hannibal Thomas and The American Negro by John David Smith in Slavery and Abolition, Volume 22, #2, August 2001.
– Review of “Right or Wrong, God Judge Me,” The Writings of John Wilkes Booth edited by John Rhodehamel and Louise Taper in Slavery and Abolition, Volume 19, #3, December 1998.
– Review of Yankee Town, Southern City: Race and Class Relations in Civil War Lynchburg by Steven Elliott Tripp in Labor History, Volume 39, #1, February 1998.
– Review of Slavery in North Carolina, 1748-1775 by Marvin L. Michael Kay and Lorin Lee Cary in Journal of Social History, Volume 31, #1, Fall 1997.

CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION
– Invited Participant, “Slavery and Southern History: The Work of Eugene D. Genovese,” at Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, 25 March 2011.
– Invited Participant, Alexander Hamilton Institute’s Third Annual Carl B. Menges Colloquium, “Dedicated to a Proposition?: Examining the Relation between the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution,” Verona, NY, 15-18 April 2010.
– Invited Participant: Liberty Fund Conference, “”Liberty and Responsibility in Bertand de Jouvenel’s The Pure Theory of Politics,” Savannah, GA, 21-24 January 2010.
– Invited Participant: T.R.R. Cobb Forum on Southern Jurisprudence, “Liberty and Slavery: The Challenge of T. R. R. Cobb,” Athens, GA, 20-23 August 2009.
– Invited Participant: Liberty Fund Conference, “Alexander Hamilton on Executive Power as the Engine of Liberty,” Indianapolis, IN, 11-14 June 2009.
– Invited Participant: Liberty Fund Conference, “James Graham Wilson and the Spanish Traditionalists,” Savannah, GA, 17-20 January 2009.

SCHOLARLY PAPERS PRESENTED
– “’Man’s mind is notoriously fallible’: Robert L. Dabney’s Critique of Alexander Campbell,” presented at the Alexander Campbell Symposium, Bethany College, West Virginia, 25 October 2003.
– “Sowing Sentiment: Shaping the Southern Presbyterian Household, 1750-1800,” presented at “Justice, Democracy, and Humanity: A Celebration of the Work of Mark Tushnet,” Georgetown University Law Center, 30 March 2001.
– “Hollywood and the American Revolution,” presented at “The Changing Meaning of the American Revolution,” Marist College, 7 October 2000.
– “The Early National Roots of Proslavery Presbyterianism,” presented at the Brunel/Cambridge Early American Colloquium at Brunel University, London, England, 28 June 1999.
– “Slavery and Southern Culture,” presented at the American Moments Teacher Institute Program, Springfield Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, Massachusetts, 15 July 1998.
– “The Role of the State in the Thought of Henry Hughes and James Henley Thornwell,” presented at the Ninth Annual Meeting of the Southern Intellectual History Circle, Cambridge University, 16 May 1996.
– “The Economic Defense of Slavery and its Proslavery Critics,” presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Economic and Business History, Savannah, Georgia, 27 April 1996.
– “Proslavery Christianity in Early National Virginia,” presented at the 16th Annual Meeting of the Society for Historians of the Early National Republic, 17 July 1994.

RECENT PUBLIC TALKS AND PRESENTATIONS
– “God and the Home Front: Religious Perceptions of the Civil War, 1861-1865,” presented to the General Daniel Butterfield Civil War Roundtable, Whitestown, New York, 7 November 2011.
– “’We are Two Peoples’: Southern Nationalism and the Coming of the Civil War,” presented as part of the series “The American Civil War: A History of Ordinary People In Extraordinary Times,” at Camden County College, Blackwood, NJ, 21 September 2011.
– “Roger Williams’s Dilemmas: Navigating Church and State in Early America,” presented at the Erasmus Institute of Liberal Arts, Canterbury, NH, 24 October 2010.
– “’We are Two Peoples’: Southern Nationalism and the Coming of the Civil War,” presented at the Onondaga County Civil War Roundtable, 17 December 2009.
– “’The Past is Another Country’: History and the Liberal Arts,” presented at the Erasmus Institute of Liberal Arts, Manchester, NH 4 December 2009.
– “’The Past is Another Country’: Reflections on History and the Humanities,” presented at the NEH-Sponsored Faculty Development Initiative, “From Inquiry to Innovation: Integrating the Humanities into General Education,” Hostos Community College, CUNY, 30 October 2009.
– “Of Civil Relations and Civil War: The Strange and Revealing Correspondence of Peterboro’s Gerrit Smith and Virginia’s George Fitzhugh,” presented to the Little Thinkers, Hamilton College, 15 May 2008.
– “Southerners Against the South: The Opposition to Slavery in the Old South,” presented to the General Daniel Butterfield Civil War Roundtable, Whitestown, New York, 3 March 2008.
– “Southern Nationalism and the Coming of the Civil War,” presented at the Abner Doubleday Civil War Roundtable, Milford, New York, 30 April 2007.
– “Missionaries to the Indians of the Mohawk Valley,” Keynote Address, The Association of Public Historians of New York State, 2007 Spring Conference, Utica, New York, 29 April 2007.
– “The Perils of Posterity: Alexander Hamilton and the Politics of Reputation,” Keynote Address celebrating the NEH exhibit, “Alexander Hamilton: The Man Who Made Modern America,” Cy-Fair College, Houston, Texas, 25 January 2007.
– “George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, and the Economic Crisis of the Early Republic,” presented at the Fairfax County Public Schools’ Teaching American History Grant Program: “Securing the Blessings of Liberty,” Mount Vernon, Virginia, 17 January 2007.
– “The Many Faces of Alexander Hamilton,” Panel Discussion (with Robert Martin and Richard Brookhiser), New-York Historical Society, New York, New York, 21 September 2006.
– “‘We Have Sinned, and God Has Smitten Us’: The White South’s Response to Defeat,” presented to the General Daniel Butterfield Civil War Roundtable, Utica, New York, 7 August 2006.
– “Samuel Kirkland: Missionary, Patriot, Founder,” presented at the dedication of the New York State Historical Marker commemorating the founding of Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, 1 July 2006.
– “Charles Finney and the Burned-Over District,” presented as part of the Oneida Community Mansion House’s lecture series, “Central New York in the 19th Century,” Oneida, New York, 1 November 2005.
– “The Plantation on the Hill: The South’s Vision of a Slaveholding Civilization,” presented to the General Daniel Butterfield Civil War Roundtable, Utica, New York, 7 March 2005.
– “Oneida County and the Second Great Awakening,” Oneida County Historical Society, Utica, New York, 20 November 2004.


Assoc. Prof. Jelena Šesnić


CV

2012 Associate Professor
2011-2013 Head, Department of English
2006 Assistant Professor
2005 PhD in Philology (Zagreb University)
2001 MA in Philology (Zagreb University)
1997 BA, English and Comparative Literature (Zagreb University)

Research interests
Nineteenth- and twentieth-century American literature; methodology of American studies; feminist and gender theory; psychoanalytic theory; postcolonial approaches, literary and cultural practices of Anglophone Croatian diaspora

Undergraduate courses
Aspects of American Romanticism; War, Reconstruction, Transformation: Am. Lit. 1860-1914; The Nineteenth-Century American Novel; The American Bildungsroman of the 19th and 20th C.; American Women’s Writing in the 19th Century

Graduate courses
Croatian American Ethnic Literature; Contemporary US Ethnic Literatures; History and Memory in Contemporary American Novel; History and Methodology of American Studies 2

Postgraduate courses
Ethnic, National and Transnational Identities in an Era of Globalization; History and Memory in Contemporary American Novel; American Women’s Writing and Capitalist Modernity

 Miscellaneous
– Member of editoral board of Književna smotra and Borderlands (e-journal of the Association for American Studies in Southeast Europe-AASSEE)
– June 2011 Participant, Forum for Young Researchers, European Science Foundation, National University of Ireland
– 2010 Co-founder, secretary, Croatian Association for American Studies (HUAmS)
– 2009/10 Erasmus guest lecturer, American studies, University of Graz

 Selected bibliography

Books:
Mračne žene. Prikazi ženstva u američkoj književnosti (1820.-1860.). Zagreb: Leykam International, 2010. (Dark Ladies: Figures of Femininity in American Literature, 1820-1860)
From Shadow to Presence: Representations of Ethnicity in Contemporary American Literature. Amsterdam, New York: Rodopi, 2007.

Editor:
Siting America/ Sighting Modernity: Essays in Honor of Sonja Bašić. Ed. Jelena Šesnić. Zagreb: FF Press, 2010.

Contributions in essay collections and conference proceedings:
– “Franz Kafka, Paul Auster and the End of the American Century“. Facing the Crises: Anglophone Literature in the Postmodern World. Eds. Ljubica Matek and Jasna Poljak Rehlicki. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014. 49-69.
– „Croatian American Literature as a Transculturated Discourse“. East Central Europe in Exile. Volume 2: Transatlantic Identities. Ed. Anna Mazurkiewicz. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013. 13-29.
– „Romantičarska estetika i kulturno-nacionalna politika na primjerima iz hrvatskoga i američkoga kanona: ilirski i američki ‘domoroci‘“. Komparativna povijest hrvatske književnosti. Zbornik radova XIV. (Romantizam-ilirizam-preporod) sa znanstvenog skupa održanog od 29. do 30. rujna 2011. godine u Splitu. Pavlović, Cvijeta, Vinka Gluničić-Bužančić i Andrea Meyer-Fraatz (ur.). Split-Zagreb : Književni krug Split, Odsjek za komparativnu književnost Filozofskog fakulteta Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, 2012. 132-48.
– „Croatian Canadian Literature—emigrant, ethnic or diasporic?“.  Migration, Globalization, Hybridity: Canadian and Croatian Experiences/ Migration, globalisation, hybridité: expériences canadiennes et croates. Eds. Gordan Matas and Biljana Kostadinov. Split: Faculty of Philosphy, Croatian Canadian Academic Society, 2011. 179-96.
– “Contemporary Croatian Film and the New Social Economy”. Growing Up Transnational: Identity and Kinship in a Global Era. Eds. May Friedman and Silvia Schultermandl. Toronto: Toronto UP, 2011. 103-18.

Peer-reviewed journals:
– “Nacionalna fantazija i kultura pamćenja američkih devedesetih u romanu Leviathan Paula Austera“. Književna smotra XLVI 171 (1): 67-75.
– „Situating H.D. Thoreau’s Walden within Post-Exceptionalist American Studies. Exceptionalism Reconsidered.“ Borderlands: Journal of Anglo-American Studies. 2 (2013): 27-43. http://serbianamericanstudies.rs/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/BORDERLANDS-2013-final.pdf

– „Roman Ragtime i američka popularna kultura u kategorijama frankfurtske škole“. Književna smotra 161-162 (3-4) XLIII (2011): 5-16.
– „Dreams Deferred: The Concept of the US-Mexican Borderlands between the Global North and the South“. Americana. E-journal of American Studies in Hungary. Vol. VII. No. 1 (Spring 2011). URL: http://americanaejournal.hu/vol7no1/sesnic

 For full bibliography see  http://bib.irb.hr/lista-radova?autor=236460&lang=EN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prof. emerita Sonja Bašić – Complete bibliography

Books
Veliki anglo-američki pripovjedači našeg doba. Biblioteka književna smotra, ur. Irena Lukšić, Zagreb: Hrvatsko filološko društvo, 2012.
– Subverzije modernizma: Joyce i Faulkner. Zagreb: Biblioteka L, Zavod za znanost o književnosti Filozofskoga fakulteta Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, 1996.

Editorial work and significant contributions in literary compendiums
Strani pisci: književni leksikon. Ed. Viktor Žmegač et al. Zagreb: Školska knjiga , 1968.
Edgar Allan Poe u hrvatskoj i srpskoj književnosti. Diss. Rad 365 (1972) 135-256.
Introduction. Edgar Allan Poe: Crni mačak. Zagreb: Školska knjiga, 1974.
“Američka književnost 20. stoljeća.” Povijest svjetske književnosti. Vol. 6. Zagreb: Mladost, 1976. 327-98.
“Osnovne odrednice u razvoju američkog pjesništva.” Zlatna knjiga američkog pjesništva. Ed. Antun Šoljan. Zagreb: Nakladni zavod Matice hrvatske, 1980.
“Život i djelo Williama Faulknera.” Izabrana djela Williama Faulknera. Ed. Šima Balen. Zagreb: Globus, 1977: 15-109. (Second edition 1988: 201-96)
Editor, afterword, commentary. Edgar Allan Poe: Djela. Vol. 1-3. Zagreb: Matica hrvatska, 1986.
Leksikon stranih pisaca. Zagreb: Školska knjiga, 2001.
Leksikon svjetske književnosti: Djela. Ed. Dunja Detoni-Dujmić. Zagreb: Školska knjiga, 2004.
Leksikon svjetske književnosti: Pisci. Ed. Dunja Detoni-Dujmić. Zagreb: Školska knjiga, 2005.

Contributions in anthologies and journals
“Edgar Allan Poe in Croatian and Serbian Literature.” SRAZ 21/22 (1966): 305-19.
“Northrop Frye kao mitski i arhetipski kritičar,” Umjetnost riječi 3 (1970): 353-85.
“Antun Gustav Matoš prema Edgaru Allanu Poeu,” Hrvatska književnost prema evropskim književnostima. Liber, Zagreb 1970. 393-15. (Reprinted from Forum 1/2 (1969): 193-214)
“Saul Bellow: portret pisca.” Književna smotra 4 (1970): 68-73.
“Walt Whitman in Yugoslavia.” Walt Whitman in Europe Today. Ed. R. Asselineau and W. White. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1972. 24-26.
“William Faulkner: portret pisca.” Književna smotra 10 (1971/1972): 47-54.
“Love and Politics in James’s Bostonians: A Note on Motivation.” SRAZ 33/36 (1972/1973): 293-303.
“William Carlos Williams i srednja generacija američkih pjesnika.” Dometi 3 (1975): 30-39.
“Od Sylvije Plath do Jamesa Tatea.” Forum 7-8 (1975): 162-69.
“John Barth’s Acrobatic Games: An Analvsis of Lost in the Funhouse.SRAZ 40 (1975): 113-33. (Reprinted in Yugoslav Perspectives on American Literature. Ed. James L. Thorson. Ann Arbor: Ardis 1980. 185-207.)
“Novi američki anti-realisti.” Forum 45 (1976): 845-876.
“Henry James Between Old and New. An Interpretation of The Wings of the Dove.” SRAZ 41-42 (1976): 333-75.
“Oganj i led Joyceova Uliksa.” Književna smotra 45 (1982): 23-37.
“Joyce’s Fire and Ice: The Reader of Ulysses between Involvement and Distanciation.” SRAZ 1/2 (1981): 367-95.
“Od realističkog iluzionizma do naratologije: pripovjedačke gledište između Jamesa i Genettea.” Umjetnost riječi 3/4 (1982): 213-28.
“From James’ Figures to Genette’s Figures. Point of View and Narratology.” Revue francaise d’etudes americaines 17 (1983): 201-15.
“American Fiction after World War II and the Concept of Formula Literature.” SRAZ 28 (1983): 45-64.
“Eliot jučer i danas.” Književna smotra 50 (1983): 9-14. (Reprinted as Introduction in T.S. Eliot, Izabrane pjesme. Ed. Antun Šoljan. Zagreb: Zora, 1991)
“Norman Mailer. Portret pisca.” Književna smotra 51/52 (1984): 8-18.
“Faulkner’s Narrative Discourse. Mediation and Mimesis.” New Directions in Faulkner Studies. Ed. Doreen Fowler and Ann J. Abadie. Jackson: University of Mississippi, 1984. 302-22.
“Telling the Stream and Streaming the Tale. Narrative Juxtapositions and Fusions in Faulkner’s Absalom, Absalom.” SRAZ 29/30 (1984/1985): 89-105.
“Transparent or Opaque? The Reader of Ulysses Between Involvement and Distanciation.” International Perspectives on James Joyce. Ed. Gottlieb Gaiser. Troy, NY: The Whitston Publishing Company, 1986. 106-32.
“The Narrative of Jovce’s Ulysses: Modernist Mainstream, Postmodernist Source.” SRAZ 31/32 (1986/1987): 33-47.
“Prilog diskusiji o postmodernizmu i dekonstrukciji.” Umjetnost riječi 31 (1987): 77-84.
“Hemingway i emocije.” Književna smotra 67/68 (1987): 23-28.
“Hemingway’s Modernism: Troping and Narrating.” Hemingway e Venezia. Ed. Sergio Perosa. Firenze: Leo S. Olschki editore, 1988. 111-18.
Dubliners: Early Subversions.” SRAZ 33 (1988): 111-33.
“Faulkner’s Narrative: Between Involvement and Distancing.” Faulkner’s Discourse: An International Symposium. Ed. Lothar Honnighausen. Tubingen: M. Niemeyer Verlag, 1989. 141-48.
“A Book of Many Uncertainties: Joyce’s Dubliners.” Style 25.3 (1991): 350-77.
“Hemingway and Emotion.” Sentimentality in Modem Literature and Culture. Ed. Winfried Herget. Tubingen: Gunther Narr Verlag, 1991. 187-205.
“Nagovještaji modernizma: Joyceovi Dublinci.” Književna smotra 22.91 (1990): 3-17.
“Slobodni neupravni stil (s primjerima iz Jovcea):” Umjetnost riječi 35.2 (1991): 107-34.
“Free Indirect Joyce: Authorial, Figural, Parodic?” SRAZ 36/37 (1991/1992): 271-86.
“Parody and Metafiction: Ulysses and The Hamlet.” Faulkner, His Contemporaries, and His Posterity. Ed. Waldemar Zacharasiewicz. Tubingen: Francke Verlag, 1993. 41-56.
“History as Vampire. James Joyce, William Faulkner and Miroslav Krleža.” Transatlantic Encounters. Studies in European-American Relations. Presented to Winfried Herget. Ed. Udo J. Hebel and Karl Ortseifen. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 1995. 245-56.
“Vampir povijesti: Joyce, Faulkner i Krleža.” Republika 52.5/6 (1996): 123-34.
“Stories vs. Novels: The Narrative Strategies.” William Faulkner’s Short Fiction: An International Symposium. Ed. Hans H. Skei. Oslo: Solum Forlag, 1997.
“A Book of Many Uncertainties: Joyce’s Dubliners.” ReJoycing: New Readings of Dubliners. Ed. Rosa Bollettieri Bosinelli and Harold F. Mosher Jr. Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky, 1998.
Editor and Introduction. William Faulkner: Buka i bijes i Kad ležah na samrti. Zagreb: Školska knjiga, 1998.
“Poe in Croatia.” Poe Abroad: Influence. Reputation. Affinities. Ed. Lois Davis Vines. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 1999.
“Antun Gustav Matoš.” Poe Abroad: Influence. Reputation. Affinities. Ed. Lois Davis Vines. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 1999.
“William Faulkner.” Čuvari književnog nasljeđa l (hrvatski esejisti o književnosti 20. stoljeća). Ed. Tea Benčić. Zagreb: Tipex, 1999.
“Faulkner and Joyce: A Joint Narrative/Stvlistic Protocol.” SRAZ 42 (1997): 13-25.
“Faulkner’s Myriad.” Etudes faulkneriennes 2 (2000): 43-48.
Go Down, Moses: Subversion and Beyond.” SRAZ 45/46 (2000/2001): 373-92.
“The Reception of James Joyce in Croatia.” The Reception of James Joyce in Europe. Volume I: Germany, Northern and East Central Europe. Ed. Geert Lernout and Wim Van Mierlo. London, New York: Thoemmes Continuum, 2004. 178-86.
“Perfume of texts, subversive embraces. A personal retrospect involving ‘formalist’ readings of Ulysses.” SRAZ 50 (2005): 133-44. (Also published in Bloomsday 100, 19th International James Joyce Symposium. Ed. Niall O’Driscoll. Dublin, The Joyce Centre, 2005. CD-ROM.)
“Miomiris teksta, subverzivni zagrljaji. Osobni pogled na formalistička čitanja Uliksa.” Umjetnost riječi 2/3 (2006): 255-67.
“Moj Joyce. Osobna ispovijed o mojih dvadeset godina s Uliksom.” Umjetnost riječi 50 (2006): 255-68.
“James Joyce u Hrvatskoj.” Irsko ogledalo za hrvatsku književnost. Ed. Ljiljana Gjurgjan and Tihana Klepač. Zagreb: FF Press, 2007. 153-68.

Other articles and reviews
“Engleski roman: kritičke studije Arnolda Kettlea.” Telegram 122 (1962): 5.
“Stanley Edgar Hyman: The Armed Vision.” Umjetnost riječi 1/2 (1962): 125-27.
“J. Stanonik: Moby Dick, the Myth and the Symbol.” SRAZ 15/16 (1963): 246-47.
“Mudra budala ili humanist našeg doba (review of Saul Bellow, Herzog).” Telegram 358 (1967): 4.
“Salingerov junak: mini-svetac, slabić i klaun (review of J.D. Salinger, Devet novela).” Književna smotra 2 (1969/1970): 82-84.
“Philip Wheelwright: The Burning Fountain.” Umjetnost riječi 1 (1971): 86-89.
“Nepouzdani pripovjedač Ive Vidana.” Književna smotra 11 (1972): 91-94.
“Grad od riječi (review of Tony Tanner, City of Words)” Književna smotra 15 (1973): 82-85.
“Sedam puta Poe (review of Daniel Hoffmann, Poe…)” Književna smotra 17 (1973): 98-100.
“Mala prevodilačka balada (review of Bernard Malamud, Stanar)” Forum 9 (1974): 531-37.
Entries on twenty English poets in Antologija evropske lirike od srednjeg vijeka do romantizma. Ed. Nikola Milićević. Zagreb: Školska knjiga, 1974.
“Crni humor Kurta Vonneguta.” Književna smotra 20 (1975): 90-92.
“Francis Scott-Fitzgerald i Veliki Gatsby.” 15 dana 1/2 (1975): 44-47.
“Misliti osjećaj i osjećati misao: T.S. Eliot kao pjesnik.” 15 dana 8 (1975): 27-32.
“Goli i živi: Mailer.” Književna smotra 30 (1978): 89-92.
Afterword. William Faulkner: Svetište. Zagreb: Liber, 1978. 205-211 .
Afterword. E. A. Poe: Doživljaji Arthura Gordona Pyma. Zagreb: Liber, 1978. 337-44.
Afterword. John Dos Passos: Manhattan Transfer. Zagreb: Liber, 1978. 337-44.
Afterword. Norman Mailer: Goli i mrtvi. Zagreb: Liber, 1978. 647-53.
Afterword. James Jones: Tanka crvena crta. Zagreb: Liber, 1980. 221-27.
Selection, commentary and short essays on ten American novels in the anthology 100 romana. Ed. Antun Šoljan. Zagreb: Mladost, 1982.
Commentary and short essays on P.B. Shelley, E.A. Poe, John Keats and T.S. Eliot in the anthology 100 pjesnika svijeta. Ed. Antun Šoljan. Zagreb: Mladost, 1984.
“Pet suvremenih ženskih romana.” Književna smotra 40 (1980): 89-93.
“Mary Hemingway: Kako je bilo.” Književna smotra 47/48 (1982): 129-132.
“Zakašnjenje od sedam godina (review of John Irving, Svijet po Garpu)” Republika 42.11/12 (1986): 1457-60.
“Edgar Allan Poe, junak našeg doba.” Književna smotra 61/62 (1986): 11-18.
“Prva lekcija (review of John Hawkes, Umjetnik strasti)” Republika 45.3/4 (1989): 269-72.
“Marc Chénetier: Critical Angles (book review)” Journal of Modern Literature 14.2/3 (1987): 240.
“Philip F. Herring: Joyce’s Uncertainty Principle (book review)” South Central Review 6.1 (1989): 87-89.
“Nabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovič: Lolita: zbilja u retrovizoru.” Velikani naše epohe. Ličnosti i djela druge polovice XX. stoljeća. Ed. Ratko Vince. Zagreb: Hrvatski radio, 1994: 482-85.
“Pisac/prevodilac Antun Šoljan i američka poezija (Skica veće cjeline).” Prevođenje kulturâ: zagrebački prevodilački susreti 2003. Ed. Iva Grgić. Zagreb: Društvo hrvatskih književnih prevodilaca, 2005: 65-71.

 

 

 

Professor Sonja Bašić

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Dr Sonja Bašić was awarded PhD from the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb with her thesis „Edgar Allan Poe in Croatian and Serbian Literatures“. She became an assistant professor in 1971, associate professor in 1978, professor in 1984 (reconfirmed in 1996). She obtained the honorary title of professor emerita in 2003.

Professor Bašić co-founded the Chair of American Studies (1982) and Postgraduate American Studies program (1986), both of which she headed from 1992, even at the time when the postgraduate program had to be transferred from Dubrovnik to Zagreb due to the Homeland War. The Postgraduate American Studies program was resumed from 1997-2004.

1992-1994 Professor Bašić served as Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy (today the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences), as first woman ever to be elected to such an office. In 1991 she was awarded the Faculty’s highest honor, the Charter of the Faculty of Philosophy.

During her career Professor Bašić taught at several renowned universities in the United States in particular: Columbia University and New York University (New York), as a Post-Doctoral Fellow at Yale University (grant by the American Council of Learned Societies). As guest professor she held a seminar in modern American novel at New York University (1985), while in the spring semester of the same year she taught two courses at A&M University, Texas.

Sonja Bašić is a member of several professional associations in Croatia (Matica hrvatska, Hrvatsko društvo književnih prevodilaca) and abroad (James Joyce Foundation, European Association for American Studies). She has served on editorial board of several journals (first as secretary, later as member of the editorial board of Književna smotra since its inception; member of the editorial council of Journal of Modern Literature; member of the editorial board of SRAZ). From 1966-1973 she served as a secretary of Croatian PEN Centre in which capacity she was one of the signatories of the Declaration concerning the name and the status of the Croatian language. After the breakdown of the Croatian Spring movement and unable to intervene on behalf of the imprisoned authors, she resigned her office in 1973 together with Antun Šoljan, the then President of Croatian PEN. She is one of the twelve members of the assembly of IUC Dubrovnik whose signatures led to the renewal of the Institute’s work in Croatia.

As a preeminent translator of literature Sonja Bašić has excelled in particular with her translations of more than a score of plays performed at the theatres across Croatia.

As a teacher Professor Bašić initiated and practised an innovative, interactive and seminar-based format of teaching, decades before it became stipulated by the Bologna reform, making huge impact with her numerous and varied courses in English and American literature of the nineteenth and especially the twentieth century on generations of students in English and American studies. She has established and successfully maintained links with colleagues at complementary American Studies programs and chairs abroad, as testified by the roster of chairs or institutes of American Studies in Graz, München, Mainz, Berlin, Oslo, Bergen, Paris and several US universities, respectively. 

Professor Bašić’s research interests come to the fore not only in her publications, numerous guest appearances and presentations at home and abroad but even more so in the research done within the purview of the two research projects sponsored by the Croatian Ministry of Science, Education and Sports: „Subversions of Modernism: Joyce and Faulkner“ (1991-96); „Relations between Croatian and Anglophone Literatures in the Twentieth Century“ (1997-2002).

Research interests
Professor Bašić is focused on American literature of the late 19th and 20th century, with particular emphasis on the study of William Faulkner’s work. She has made major contributions to the study of James Joyce, while her abiding interests have led her to engage with historical and theoretical aspects of Anglo-American modernism and the theory of narration.

Undergraduate courses
The American Nineteen-Sixties: Literature and Culture

Graduate courses
Anglo-American Modernism: Fiction and Poetry

Selected bibliography
Books
Veliki anglo-američki pripovjedači našeg doba. Biblioteka književna smotra, ur. Irena Lukšić, Zagreb: Hrvatsko filološko društvo, 2012.
– Subverzije modernizma: Joyce i Faulkner. Zagreb: Biblioteka L, Zavod za znanost o književnosti  Filozofskoga fakulteta Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, 1996.

 Contributor and editor
• “Osnovne odrednice u razvoju američkog pjesništva.”(Uvod)  i komentari uz 52 američka pjesnika. Zlatna knjiga američkog pjesništva. Ur. Antun Šoljan. Zagreb: Nakladni zavod Matice hrvatske, 1980.
• “Život i djelo Williama Faulknera.” Izabrana djela Williama Faulknera. Ur. Šima Balen. Zagreb: Globus, 1977: 15-109. (Second edition 1988: 201-96)
• Editor, preface, annotations. Edgar Allan Poe: Djela. Vol. 1-3. Zagreb: Matica hrvatska, 1986.

Essays and journal articles
• “Henry James Between Old and New. An Interpretation of The Wings of the Dove.” SRAZ 41-42 (1976): 333-75.
• “From James’ Figures to Genette’s Figures. Point of View and Narratology.” Revue francaise d’etudes americaines 17 (1983): 201-15.
• “Faulkner’s Narrative Discourse. Mediation and Mimesis.” New Directions in Faulkner Studies. Ed. Doreen Fowler and Ann J. Abadie. Jackson: University of Mississippi, 1984. 302-22.
• “Transparent or Opaque? The Reader of Ulysses Between Involvement and Distanciation.”   International Perspectives on James Joyce. Ed. Gottlieb Gaiser. Troy, NY: The Whitston Publishing Company, 1986. 106-32.
• “Faulkner’s Narrative: Between Involvement and Distancing.” Faulkner’s Discourse: An International Symposium. Ed. Lothar Honnighausen. Tubingen: M. Niemeyer Verlag, 1989. 141-48.
• “A Book of Many Uncertainties: Joyce’s Dubliners.” Style 25.3 (1991): 350-77.
• “Hemingway and Emotion.” Sentimentality in Modem Literature and Culture. Ed. Winfried Herget. Tubingen: Gunther Narr Verlag, 1991. 187-205.
• “Slobodni neupravni stil (s primjerima iz Jovcea):” Umjetnost riječi 35.2 (1991): 107-34.
• “Parody and Metafiction: Ulysses and The Hamlet.” Faulkner, His Contemporaries, and His Posterity.  Ed. Waldemar Zacharasiewicz. Tübingen: Francke Verlag, 1993. 41-56.
• “History as Vampire. James Joyce, William Faulkner and Miroslav Krleža.” Transatlantic Encounters. Studies in European-American Relations. Presented to Winfried Herget. Ed. Udo J. Hebel and Karl Ortseifen. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 1995. 245-56.
• “Poe in Croatia.” Poe Abroad: Influence. Reputation. Affinities. Ed. Lois Davis Vines. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 1999.
• “Faulkner’s Myriad.” Etudes faulkneriennes 2 (2000): 43-48.
• “The Reception of James Joyce in Croatia.” The Reception of James Joyce in Europe. Volume I: Germany, Northern and East Central Europe. Ed. Geert Lernout and Wim Van Mierlo. London, New York: Thoemmes Continuum, 2004. 178-86.
•  “Perfume of texts, subversive embraces. A personal retrospect involving ‘formalist’ readings of Ulysses.” SRAZ 50 (2005): 133-44. (Also published in Bloomsday 100, 19th International James Joyce Symposium.  Ed. Niall O’Driscoll. Dublin, The Joyce Centre, 2005. CD-ROM.)

 Complete bibliography
 

 

Asst. Prof. Renata Geld

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2014 Head SLA & TEFL Section
2013 tenured assistant professor at English Department (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb)
2012 assistant professor (University of Zadar)
2011 scientific associate in TEFL
2011 scientific associate in cognitive science
2009 PhD in applied (cognitive) linguistics/ SLA
2002-present TEFL and SLA section at English Department
2000 postgradute certificate in TEFL (The University of Reading)
1996 MA in English Language and Literature
1996-2002 English teacher and head of English studies (Aliter)

Research interests
cognitive aspects of L2 acquisition and processing; applied cognitive linguistics; cognitive grammar; language and cognition; conceptualization, mental imagery and aspects of construal in the blind.

Graduate courses
Application of cognitive linguistics in learning and teaching L2
Learners with special needs: blindness and SLA
Language and cognition: from theory to application
Teaching English as a foreign language
Practicum
Process of language acquisition
Second language acquisition

Doctoral courses:
Research methodology in FL education
Cognitive grammar and learning/teaching foreign languages
Blindness and second language learning

Other:

Member of the following projects:
– English in Croatia (No 0130514)
– Acquisition of English from the early age: analysis of learner language (No 130-1301001-0988)

Memberships:
www.hdpl.hr
www.hupe.hr

http://www.cognitivelinguistics.org
HDAS – Croatian Association for Anglophone Studies (Current Secretary of HDAS)

International cooperation:
– 2008  visiting lecturer at the Department of Modern Languages, Faculty of  Philosophy, UNAM, Mexico City, Mexico (intensive elective courses, international cooperation Zagreb-Mexico City)
– 2006  visiting lecturer at the Department of Modern Languages, Faculty of Philosophy, UNAM, Mexico City, Mexico (intensive elective courses, international cooperation Zagreb-Mexico City); visiting researcher at the Department of Modern Languages, Faculty of Philosophy, UNAM (doctoral research)
– 2005  visiting researcher, UAQ, Querétaro, Mexico (MA research)
– 2004  visiting researcher, UCSB, Santa Barbara, USA

 Awards:
2011/2012 Fulbright Postdoctoral Scholarship, Cognitive Science Department, Case Western Reserve University
2007  Best student paper of the 10th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference (Krakow 2007) (coauthored with Mateusz Milan Stanojevic)
2006  University of Zagreb Award for Promoting International Cooperation (a joint award – members of TEFL and SLA Section, English Department, Faculty of Philosophy )

Selected bibliography:
1. Geld, Renata (coauthored with Ricardo Maldonado): Strategic construal of in and out in English PVs // Language Value, 3 (1),  Multiword patterns: considering phrasal verbs and their underlying semantic systems. Servei de Publicacions de la Universitat Jaume I: Castelló, Spain, 2011, pp. 76-113.  http://www.languagevalue.uji.es/index.php/languagevalue
2. Geld, Renata: Topological and lexical determination in English PVs, // Language Value, 3 (1),  Multiword patterns: considering phrasal verbs and their underlying semantic systems. Servei de Publicacions de la Universitat Jaume I: Castelló, Spain, 2011,  49-75. http://www.languagevalue.uji.es/index.php/languagevalue 
3. Geld, Renata: Konceptualizacija i vidovi konstruiranja značenja: temeljne kognitivnolingvističke postavke i pojmovi [Conceptualization and aspects of construal: fundamental cognitive linguistic premises and concepts] // Suvremena lingvistika. 62, 2006. pp. 183-211
4. Geld, Renata: Strateško konstruiranje značenja engleskih fraznih glagola [Strategic construal: English particle verbs]  // Jezikoslovlje. 7.1-2, 2006. pp. 67-111.
5. Geld, Renata (coauthored with Mateusz Milan Stanojević): New current relevance in Croatian: epistemic immediacy and the aorist // Cognitive Approaches to Tense, Aspect, and Epistemic Modality / Patard Adeline; Brisard, Frank (eds.). Amsterdam, Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2011. pp. 159-180.
6. Geld, Renata (coauthored with Stela Letica Krevelj): Centrality of space in the strategic construal of up in English particle verbs // Space and Time in Language // Brdar, Mario; Omazić, Marija; Buljan, Gabrijela; Bagarić, Vesna; Gradečak-Erdeljić, Tanja  (eds.). Frankfurt / New York: Peter Lang Verlag, 2011. pp. 145-166.
7. Geld, Renata (coauthored with Maja Šimunić): A case study of a blind speaker of English as L2 // Cognitive Approaches to English: Fundamental, Methodological, Interdisciplinary an Applied Aspects / Brdar, Mario; Omazić, Marija; Pavičić Takač, Višnja (eds.). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009. pp. 403-430.
8. Geld, Renata (coauthored with Snježana Đurđek): Gradience in L2 procesing: the importance of the non-protoypical // Cognitive Approaches to English: Fundamental, Methodological, Interdisciplinary and Applied Aspects / Brdar, Mario; Omazić, Marija ; Pavičić Takač, Višnja (eds.). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009. pp. 363-383.

 For full bibliography see

   http://bib.irb.hr/lista-radova?autor=249824&lang=EN

 

 

Asst. Prof. Martina Domines Veliki

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2016 Assistant Professor, English Dept, University of Zagreb
2011 PhD in philology, University of Zagreb (Constructions of the Romantic Subject: William Wordsworth and Jean-Jacques Rousseau)
2004 teaching assistant at the English Department, University of Zagreb
2002–2004 international relations officer at the rectorate of the University of Zagreb
2000 BA, University of Zagreb (English and French)
2000–2001 interpreter for French for the Croatian television
1999–2002 teacher of English in the school for foreign languages ‘Sova’
1998–1999 interpreter for French for the Croatian Information and Culture Institute

Research interests
British Romantic poetry and prose, gothic fiction, literary theory

Undergraduate courses
Introduction to the Study of English Literature
English Romantic Poetry
British Romanticism: prose

 Graduate courses
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Other achievements

2008  Secretary of the Croatian Association for Anglophone Studies
2008   British Academy research scholarship (1 month), University of Newcastle, UK
2004   research scholarship (3 months), University of Bergen, Norway

Memberships
HDAS – Croatian Association for Anglophone Studies (Current President of HDAS)
GER – German Society for English Romanticism
HuAMs

Selected bibliography

· Domines Veliki, Martina. Trojaka priroda romantičkog sjećanja: slučaj Williama Wordswortha. // Književna smotra : časopis za svjetsku književnost. XLVI (2014) ; 15-22
·  Domines Veliki Martina. Rousseauovo naslijeđe u djelu Williama Wordswortha: koliko Wordsworthova politička misao duguje Rousseauu?Književna smotra : časopis za svjetsku književnost. XLV (2013) ; 81-94
· Domines Veliki, Martina. Wordsworthian London – (re)configurations of the metropolis. // Studia Romanica et Anglica Zagrabiensia. LVIII (2013) ; 139-151
· Domines Veliki, Martina. Wordsworth’s Crisis of Imagination. // Studia Romanica et Anglica Zagrabiensia. XVI (2011) ; 159-173
·  Domines Veliki, Martina. Wordsworth’s Sense of Place : Assimilation or Dominion // Studien Zur Englischen Romantik 8. 2010. 49-58

Full bibliography

 http://bib.irb.hr/lista-radova?autor=274170&lang=EN

 

Stela Letica Krevelj, Ph.D. postdoctoral reseracher

Curriculum vitae

2014 Postdoctoral reseracher / Research Associate
2014 Ph. D. in FL Education, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Zagreb.
Dissertation: Crosslinguistic interaction in acquiring English as L3: role of psychotypology and L2 status
2006 teaching and research assistant
2002-2007 teacher of English and Italian
2002 BA in English and Italian, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb

Research interests
Psycholinguistic aspects of multilingualism, second and third language acquisition, multilingual processing, teaching English as a foreign language

Graduate courses
Process of Language Acquisition
Second Language Acquisition
Multilingualism
Bilingualism
Practicum

Projects
 – MZOS: Acquiring English from the early age: Analysis of learner language (130-1301001-0988) (J. Mihaljević Djigunović)
 – EU project:  Early Language Learning in Europe (ELLiE) (J. Enever)
 – Dominant Language Constellations (L. Aronin)

Memberships
International Association of Multilingualism
Croatian Association of Applied Linguistics
Croatian Association for  the Study of English (HDAS) (secretary)

Selected bibliography
• Letica Krevelj, S. (in press). Multilinguals’ perceptions of crosslinguistic similarity and relative ease of learning genealogically unrelated languages. SRAZ, 61, 175-206.
• Letica Krevelj, S. (2016) Psychotypology and the Activation of Interlingual and Deceptive Cognates from Typologically Unrelated Languages in L3 English Production. U: I. Zovko Dinković & J. Mihaljević Djigunović (ur.). English Studies from Archives to Prospects: Volume 2 – Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, 254-269. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
• Letica Krevelj, S. i Medved Krajnović, M. (2015) Early EFL development from a dynamic systems perspective. U: J. Mihaljević Djigunović i M.Medved Krajnović (ur.) The new dynamics of primary English. Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters/Channel View Publications.

For full bibliography see:  http://bib.irb.hr/lista-radova?autor=291922&lang=EN

 

 

Marina Zubak Pivarski

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2009 senior lector, English Department, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Zagreb University
2003-2009 lector, English Department, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Zagreb University
2002-2005 language instructor, Zagreb School of Economics and Management
1994-2004 Teacher in Octopus – jezične usluge, Zagreb, courses in business English
2000 BA in English and German language and literature, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Zagreb University

Research interests
Linguistic theories in language teaching

Undergraduate courses
Contemporary English language 1, 2, 3

Analysis of English texts

Selected bibliography
•  Bašić, I. i Zubak, M. „The Use and Perception of Weak Forms“; Strani jezici 33 (2004)
•  Veselica-Majhut, S., Bašić, I., Zubak, M.  Syntax workbook for university students of English, sveučilišni priručnik. Zagreb: FF press, 2007
•  Bašić, Ivana; Zubak Pivarski, Marina: A Reader for Contemporary English Language 1 and 2, Zagreb: FF press, 2013

 

 

 

Prof. Emeritus Damir Kalogjera

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2002 Prof. emeritus, Univ. of Zagreb
1982 Prof. of English, Univ. of Zagreb
1974 Asssociate Prof. of English, Univ. of Zagreb
1969 Docent, Univ. of Zagreb
1965 Dr.Phil. in English Linguistics, Univ .of Zagreb
1963 Postgraduate Diploma in English Linguistic Studies,Univ.College, London
1961/62 Postgraduate Studies, University College, London
1958/59 Postgraduate Studies,University of Durham
1957-1964 Assistant Prof. Dept. of English, University of Sarajevo
1956-57 English teacher ,The 5th Gimnasium, Zagreb
1955 Dipl. Phil. in English and Croatian ,University of Zagreb

Visiting lecturer

1995-2011 University of Rijeka
2000-2010 University of Split
1993-94 University of Nottingham
1983-84 University of Nottingham
1980 Pennsyilvania State University
1973-1975 School o Slavonic Studies, University of London
1966-67 Pennsylvania State Universit

Scholarly interests
Sociolinguistics, General linguistics, English Syntax, Phonology, Dialectology.

Courses
Doctoral studies: Sociolinguistics vs. General Linguistics
Graduate studies: Sociolinguistics from Essentialism to Constructivism
Sociolinguistics and Translation

Other professional activities
Editor, Strani jezici ( language teaching periodical),Školska knjiga
Secretary, Croatian Philological Society,
President , Society for Applied Linguistics of Croatia,
President , HDAS ,Coatian Society for the Study of English,
Representative for Croatia in the European Society for the Study of English.
Head ,Dept of English, Univ. of Zagreb,
Head, Linguistics Section, Dept. of English,Univ. of Zagreb

Selected Bibliography
O odnosu standardni jezik – regionalni dijalekt (On the relations: standard language – regional dialect) Jezik, br. 1.Zagreb, 1965.
The Expression of Future Time in English and in Serbo-Croatian, in R.Filipović ed. Reports 4, The Yugoslav Serbo-Croatian – English Contrastive Project 1971,pp.50-71.
Three Types of Attitude towards American and British English, Studia Romanica et Anglica Zagrabiensia, 41-42,1976.pp.378-389.
The English Modals and Their Equivalents in Serbo-Croatian, Institute of Linguistics,University of Zagreb, 1982.
O jeziku i spolu (About language and sex), Delo 27,4, 1981, str.37-52, Beograd.
A political game: Shaw in Yugoslavia in R.Weintraub ed., Shaw Abroad The Pennsylvania State University, 1985,pp.115-120.
Some Aspects of Serbo-Croatian Prescriptivism, in M. Radovanović,ed. Yugoslav General Linguistics ,John Benjamin, Amsteradam,Philadelphia, 1985,pp.163-186.
Serbo-Croatian Dialects and School in Yugoslavia, Sociolinguistica,3, Tuebingen,Niemeir, 1989, pp.152-158.
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