Asst. Prof. Martina Domines Veliki


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
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

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

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