Asst. Prof. Tihana Klepač

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2016 Assistant Professor, English Dept, University of Zagreb
2010 PhD, dissertation titled “Storykeepers: Australian Myth in the Works of Henry Lawson and Barbara Baynton”, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb
2005 teaching assistant at the English Department
2000-2005 interpreter, Croatian electric power utility
1999 BA in English Language and Literature, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb

Research interests
19th century Australian literature, women’s writing, life writing, postcolonial theory

Undergraduate courses
Introduction to the Study of English Literature
Turning Space into Place: Early Australian Literature
Cool Britannia? British Drama in the Period 1956 – 2008

Graduate Courses
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Other
Summer semester 2011 – Endeavour Research Award, University of Melbourne, Australia

Professional membership
Croatian Philological Society (HFD); Croatian Society for the Study of English (HDAS); European Association for Studies of Australia (EASA); International Australian Studies Association (INASA)

Selected bibliography
·  Gjurgjan, Ljiljana Ina/Klepač, Tihana (eds) : Irsko ogledalo za hrvatsku književnost: teorijske pretpostavke, književne usporedbe, recepcija, Zagreb: FFPress, 2007.
· „Discourse of difference: Rosa Campbell Praed’s My Australian Girlhood, Brno Studies in English, 37 (2011); 2; 111-125
· „Dijete izgubljeno u šikari: australski nacionalni identitet u romanu Takav je život Josepha Furphyja”; Umjetnost riječi, LIV (2010), 3-4; 175-200
· „Zbilja je odraz jezika ili orječivanje australskog kontinenta”, Književna smotra, XLI (2009), 153(3); 11-22

Full bibliography: http://bib.irb.hr/lista-radova?autor=269073&lang=EN