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Prof. Jelena Mihaljević Djigunović

Curriculum vitae

2014 retired
2008 full professor
2006-2010 director of studies of Doctoral Programme in FL Education
2000-2014 SLA and TEFL Chair
2000-2002 Head of Department of English
1991 PhD (dissertation title: Teaching EFL and motivation to learn)
1985-2014 member of Department of English
1985 MSc (thesis title: Comparison of GE and ESP syntactic structures)
1981-1985 teacher of EFL at Centar za strane jezike Vodnikova, Zagreb
1977-1981 teacher of EFL and Russian at the secondary school in Grubišno polje
1977 MA in English Language and Literature and Russian

Research interests
second language acquisition; early language learning; individual differences in language learning; FL teacher education

Graduate courses
Glottodidactics;  English Language Teaching Methodology; Teaching English as a Foreign Language; Individual Differences in Language Acquisition; Learning English at an Early School Age

Doctoral courses
Research Methodolgy in FL Education; Designing Research Papers and Presentation Skills; Age Factor; Impact of Age on Second Language Acquisition; Individual Learner Differences and FL Teaching

Other accomplishments
2010 – member of the Croatian Academy of Educational Sciences
2006 – University of Zagreb Certificate of Merit for promoting international cooperation (as a member of the SLA and TEFL Section)
2002 – Faculty Medal
1994-1995 – president of the Croatian Association of Applied Linguistics
1996-1999 – editor-in-chief of Strani jezici
1997 – Croatian Association of Open Universities Certificate of Merit

Selected bibliography
Books

· Mihaljević Djigunović, J. (2003) Strah od stranoga jezika[Foreign language anxiety], Zagreb: Naklada Ljevak.
· Mihaljević Djigunović, J. (1998) Uloga afektivnih faktora u učenju drugoga jezika [Role of affective factors in FLL]. Zagreb: Filozofski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu.

Edited volumes
· Nikolov, M., Mihaljević Djigunović, J., Mattheoudakis, M., Lundberg, G. and Flanagan, T. (2007)  Teaching Modern Languages to Young Learners, Graz: ECML.
· Foster-Cohen, S., Medved Krajnović, M. andi Mihaljević Djigunović, J. (2006) EUROSLA yearbook 6, Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
· Mihaljević Djigunović, J. i Pintarić, N. (1995) Prevođenje – suvremena strujanja i tendencije [Translation – current trend and tendencies]. Zagreb: HDPL.
· Mihaljević Djigunović, J. and Pintarić, N. (1994) Primijenjena lingvistika danas [Applied linguistics today]. Zagreb: HDPL.

Book chapters
· Mihaljević Djigunović, J. & Lopriore, L. (2011) The learner: do individual differences matter? In: J. Enever (ed.) ELLiE: Early language learning in Europe, 29-45. London, UK: The British Council.
· Mihaljević Djigunović, J. (2009) Individual differences in early language programmes. In: M. Nikolov (ed.), The age factor and early language learning, 199-225. Berlin-New York: Mouton de Gruyter.
· Mihaljević Djigunović, J. (2008) Young Croatian Language Learners. In: M. Dooley &  D. Eastman (ed.), ‘How We’re Going About It’: Teachers’ Voices on Innovative Approaches to Teaching and Learning Languages, 261-270. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
· Mihaljević Djigunović, J. (2006) Language anxiety and language processing. In: S. Foster-Cohen, M. Medved Krajnović & J. Mihaljević Djigunović (eds.) EUROSLA Yearbook 6, 191-212. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company.

Journal articles
· Nikolov, M. and Mihaljević Djigunović, J. (2011) All shades of every color: an overview of early teaching and learning of foreign languages. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 31: 95-119.
· Mihaljević Djigunović, J. (2010) Starting age and L1 and L2 interaction. International Journal of Bilingualism 14(3): 303-314.
· Mihaljević Djigunović, J., Nikolov, M. and Ottó, I. (2008) A comparative study of Croatian and Hungarian EFL students, Language Teaching Research, 12(3): 433–452.
 · Nikolov, M. and Mihaljević Djigunović, J. (2006) Recent research on age, second language acquisition, and early foreign language learning, ARAL, 26: 234-260.
· Mihaljević Djigunović, J. (2001) Are language learning strategies motivation-specific?,  Orbis linguarum, 18: 167-180.

Complete bibliography:
http://bib.irb.hr/lista-radova?autor=128805&lang=EN

 

 

Assoc. Prof. Sven Cvek

Curriculum vitae

2019 Assoc. Prof., English Dept., University of Zagreb
2012 Asst. Prof., English Dept., University of Zagreb
2009 PhD, University of Zagreb (9/11: Event, Trauma, Nation, Globalization)
2005 MA,  University of Zagreb (Image Inc: Popular Visuality and the Postmodern American Novel)
2000 BA, University of Zagreb (English/Croatian)

Research interests:
Contemporary American literature and culture, visual culture, problems of globalization.

Undergraduate courses:
Introduction to the Study of English Literature (Omega)
American postmodernism and Popular Culture (Omega)

Graduate courses:
Cultural Aspects of American Neoliberalism (Omega)

Other achievements:
Fulbright visiting scholar, Department of Social and Cultural Analysis, New York University (2005/06).
Member and co-founder of the Croatian Association for American Studies (HUAmS ), member of the Croatian Association for the Study of English (HDAS), used to co-edit literary journal Libra/Libera and [SIC] journal.


Selected bibliography:

Towering Figures: Reading the 9/11 Archive. Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2011. (publisher ; Google Books )

Full bibliography:
 http://bib.irb.hr/lista-radova?autor=277386&lang=EN

https://ffzg.academia.edu/svencvek (Academia.edu)

Prof. Stipe Grgas

Biography

2005 joined the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb as Chair of the American Studies Program
1997-2000 deputy dean for scholarly affairs at the Faculty of Philosophy in Zadar
1988 PhD “Reading of W.B. Yeats in the Context of Nietzsche’s Philosophy”
1982 joined the English department at the  Faculty of Philosophy in Zadar
1980-1982 high school teacher of English, Drniš
1977 MA “Vacillations in the Art and Vision of William Butler Yeats”
1974 BA in English and Sociology, Faculty of Humanities and the Social Sciences in Zagreb

Research interests
American studies; the contemporary USA; Irish Studies; human spatiality

Other achievements
I was president of the  Croatian Society of English Studies. I was a member of the Croatian National Board of Higher Education. I am the acting president of the Croatian Association of American Studies;  I twice received the Fulbright scholarship (1994/95 at Yale University, New Haven and spring semester 2011 at Cornell, Ithaca, NY)

Undergraduate course
The Contemporary American Novel

Graduate courses
The History and Paradigms of American Studies
The Contemporary USA

Postgraduate courses
Space in Literature
Geography and Literature
Croatian Studies: Contexts and Paradigms

Selected bibliography
1. Nietzsche i Yeats, /Nietzsche and Yeats/ Hrvatsko filozofsko društvo, Zagreb, 1989, pp. 213.
2. eds. Grgas/Larsen, Svend Erik, The Construction of Nature, Odense University Press, 1994. pp. 250.
3. Ispisivanje Prostora: Čitanje suvremenog američkog romana, /Writing Space: A Reading of the contemporary American Novel/ Naklada MD, Zagreb, 2000, pp. 250.
4. Kažnjavanje forme: irsko pjesništvo poslije Yeatsa, /Punishing Form: Irish Poetry after Yeats/Naklada MD, Zagreb

For full bibliography see: http://bib.irb.hr/lista-radova?autor=113696&lang=EN

 

Assoc. Prof. Marta Medved-Krajnović

Curriculum vitae

2011-2015 associate professor, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb
2010 director of studies of Doctoral Programme in FL Education
2004 PhD (dissertation title: Development of childhood Croatian-English bilingualism)
2001-2002 visiting academic, Trinity College Dublin
2001 MSc (thesis title: The role of stories in developing lignuistic and communicative competence in primary school learners of English)
1996 MA in English and Italian language and literature

Research interests
second language acquisition; dynamism of childhood bilingualism and multilingualism; language attrition; assessment of linguistic and communicative competence

Graduate courses
Second Language Acquisition; Language Acquisition; Bilingualism; Evaluating Linguistic and Communicative Competence; Monolingualism,  bilingualism, multilingualism: development and maintenance.

Doctoral courses
Second Language Acquisition; Bilingualism and Multilingualism

Other accomplishments
2006 University of Zagreb Certificate of Merit for promoting international cooperation (as a member of the SLA and TEFL Section)
2003 – 2007 EUROSLA Secretary

Selected bibliography
Books

Medved Krajnović, M. (2010) Od jednojezičnosti do višejezičnosti: Uvod u istraživanje procesa ovladavanja inim jezikom. [From Monolingualism to Multilingualism: Introduction to Second Language Acquisition Research] Zagreb: Leykam International d.o.o.

Edited volumes
Foster-Cohen, S., Medved Krajnović, M. i Mihaljević Djigunović, J. (ur.) (2006) EUROSLA Yearbook 6, Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company.

Book Chapters
° Medved Krajnović, M. (2008) Language Attrition in Bilingual Children: Implications for Early Foreign Language Teaching. U: Sarter, H. (ur.), Teacher Competences and Successful Learning in Early Foreign Language Classrooms. Aachen: Shaker Verlag, 103-112.
° M. Medved Krajnović, J. Mihaljević Djigunović (2005) LANGUAGE TEACHING METHODOLOGY AND SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION, in Linguistics : Nature, History, Scope and Broad Applications, from Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), Developed under the Auspices of the UNESCO, Eolss Publishers, Oxford ,UK, [http://www.eolss.net]

Journal articles
° Medved Krajnović, M., Juraga, I. (2008) Perception of influence of FLL on personality. Studia Romanica et Aglica Zagrabiensia 53, 349-372.
° Medved Krajnović, M., Šamo, R. (2007). Testing Foreign Language Proficiency – What Verbal Protocols Reveal. Studia Romanica et Anglica Zagrabiensia LII., pp. 283-299.
° Medved Krajnović, M. (2006). The Dynamism of Successive Childhood Bilingualism. Studia Romanica et Anglica Zagrabiensia. L. 25-38.

Complete bibliography
http://bib.irb.hr/lista-radova?autor=237402&lang=EN

 

 

Assoc. Prof. Iva Polak

CV

2017 Associate Professor, English Dept, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb
2014-2015 6-month Endeavour Research Fellowship, School of Humanities, University of Adelaide, Adelaide, SA, Australia
2011 Assistant Professor, English Dept, University of Zagreb
2008-2011 Assistant Lecturer, English Dept, University of Zagreb
2008 PhD (Magical Realism and the Contemporary Aboriginal Novel), University of Zagreb
2006-2007 one year doctoral research grant (Endeavour-Australia Europe Award) at the Australia Research Institute, University of Curtin, Perth, WA, Australia
2005 MA (Literature of Australian Aborigines: From Oral to Postcolonial Discourse), University of Zagreb
2002 5-month research grant at the Department of English, Faculty of Arts, University of Bergen, Norway
2001 3-week course “Text and Context: Literature in 20th Century Britain”, Scottish Universities’ International Summer School, University of Edinburgh, UK
2000-2008 Assistant, English Dept, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb
1998 BA in English and French language and literature, University of Zagreb
1994-2000 English and French translator/interpreter

Research interests
Postcolonial theory; theory of the fantastic; Australian literature and film; Australian Indigenous fiction and film; Anglophone literary and cinematic fantasy; contemporary British fiction; Anthropocene fiction and film; cli-fi

Undergraduate courses
Introduction in English Literature
The Trans/national in Contemporary Australian Literature and Film
Alternative Worlds in Contemporary British Fiction
The Anthropocene in British and Australian Fiction and Film

Graduate courses

A Historical Survey of the Fantastic in British Literature
Narrative DissemiNation of the Land of Oz

Postgraduate courses
Marginal Cultures and Cultural Margins: Text and Image of Indigenous Australia and Canada

Guest lecturer
– April 2017, English Dept., University of Zadar, “Of Brothels and Colonies and  Dumb Deals : Australia’ s Migration Policy as a Precursor to Trump’ s Wall and Executive (Dis)Orders”
Oct 2014, University of Hiroshima, Japan, lecture title: “Australia’s Almost HIdden History: The Maralinga Nuclear Testing Program on the Homelands of the Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara Aboriginal People, and the Fallout”, with Dr. Christine Nicholls (Flinders University)
– April 2012, Department of English, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Josip Juraj Strossmayer, Osijek; lecture titles: “Of Fences and Fencing in Doris Pilkington’s Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence“ and „The Queen and the Pauper: Colonial History of Australia“

– Sept 2010, Department of English and American Studies, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic; course “Subversion from Down Under: Australian Literature and the Fantastic
– Feb 2009, Department of English, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Sarajevo and the Department of English Language and Literature, University  Džemal Bijedić, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina; lecture titles “Grave New World: The Early History of North America and Australia” with Prof. Mark Metzler Sawin (Eastern Mennonite University) and “Les Murray’s Poetic History of Australia”

Professional membership
European Association for Studies of Australia (EASA); Australasian Humour Studies Network (AHNS); Croatian-Canadian Academic Society (HKAD); Central European Association for Canadian Studies (CEASC); Croatian Association for American Studies (HUAmS)

Editorial board member
Umjetnost rijeci (editor-in-chief of English issues)
Journal of the European Association for Studies of Australia (JEASA)

Selected bibliography
Books:
Futuristic Worlds in Australian Aboriginal Fiction, Oxford: Peter Lang, ISBN 978-1-78707-200-8, 2017, 271 pp.
Razvoj književne proze australskih Aboridžina: od nevidljive do postkolonijalne priče (Development of Australian Aboriginal Fiction. From an indivisible to a postcolonial yarn) Zagreb: Biblioteka književna smotra, ISBN 988-953-296-036-5, 2011, 396 pp.

Editor:
Other Contact Zones, NT21C, Volume 7, Jason Ensor, Iva Polak and Peter Van Der Merwe (eds), Australia Research Institute, Curtin University of Technology, Network Books, ISBN: 9781920845414, ISSN: 1834-0890, Perth, 2007, 269 pp.

Selected refereed articles published in English:
– “Alexis Wright’s The Swan Book“, Cli-fi: A Reader, eds. Axel Goodbody and Adeline Johns-Putra, Oxford: Peter Lang, 2018.
– “The Power of ‘feeling Nothing’ in Wesley Enoch and Deborah Mailman’s play The 7 Stages of Grieving”, Adaptation: Theory, Criticism and Pedagogy, eds. Ljubica Matek and Željko Uvanovic, Aachen: Shaker Verlag, 2018.
– “The Last Lemurian: A Late 19th-century Fairy Tale in the Australian Outback”, The Fantastic of the Fin de Siecle. Ur. Irena Grubica i Zdeněk Beran, Cambridge Scholars Publishing: New castle upon Tyne, 2016: 223-242.
A Most Peculiar Act by Marie Munkara“. Transnational Literature, Vol. 7, No. 2, May, 2015, ISSN 1836-4845.
“Indigenous Australian Image and Text: Mad Bastards ‘write life in every stroke'”. Facing the Crises: Anglophone Literature in the Postmodern World. Ed. Ljubica Matek and Jasna Poljak Rehlicki, Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Tyne, 2014: 30-48.
– “Indigenous Australian Texts in European English Departments: A fence, a bridge and a country as an answer to the debate over multiculturalism.” ELOPE. Vol. 10, Fall, 2013: 69-81.
– “Yulyurlu: Lorna Fencer Napurrurla: A Review.” Journal of the European Association for Studies of Australia (JEASA), Vol. 4, No. 1, 2013: 193-196.
The One about Coyote going West: mimesis and ethics in multicultural landscapes of Canada and Australia“, Brno Studies in English, Vol. 37, No. 1, ed. Jan Chovanec, Brno: Masaryk University Brno, 2011: 173-190.

Full bibliography:
http://bib.irb.hr/lista-radova?autor=247822&lang=EN

Assoc. Prof. Vanja Polić

CV

2019
Associate Professor, English Dept, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb
2012 (November) Assistant Professor, English Department, University of Zagreb
2011 1-month research grant, University of Calgary, Canada
2009 assistant lecturer, English Department, University of Zagreb
2009 PhD, University of Zagreb, (PhD in Croatian, title: Self-legitimation of the English Novel at the End of the 17th and in the First Half of the 18th Century)
2001-2009 assistant, English Department, University of Zagreb
2004 3-week course „Text and Context: Postmodern British Literature“, Scottish Universities’ International Summer School, University of Edinburgh, Scotland
2003 1-month research grant, Queen Mary, University of London, Great Britain
2002 diploma (BA minor) in Portuguese Language and Literature, University of Zagreb
2001 BA in English and Italian languages and literatures, University of Zagreb

Research interests
Canadian literature, 18th-century English literature, historical development and theory of the novel, postcolonial theory


Undergraduate courses
Introduction into the Study of English Literature
Contemporary Canadian Literature in English
The Beginnings of the Modern Novel in 18th-Century England

Graduate courses
Architext in Postmodern British Literature

Postgraduate courses
Marginal Cultures and Cultural Margins: Text and Image of Indigenous Australia and Canada
Secret lives in Alice Munro’s short stories

Membership
CCAS – Croatian-Canadian Academic Society / CCAA Association Academique Croatie-Canade  (President since June 2013); CEACS – Central European Association for Canadian Studies; HUAMS – Croatian Association for American Studies; HDAS/ESSE – Croatian Association for English Studies/The European Society for the Study of English; HFD – Croatian Philological Association

Guest lectureship:
A)  May 2013 CEEPUS. Karl Franzens University Graz, Austria, Institute for the Inter-American Studies. Lecture title: “Constance Beresford-Howe: The Book of Eve”
2. Lecture title: “Does Gender Matter? Coping with Aging and Dementia in Two Short Stories: Alice Munro’s ‘The Bear Come Over the Mountain’ and Rohinton Mistry’s ‘Swimming Lessons’”
3. Lecture cycle Cultural Spaces of Canada – Espaces culturels du Canada. Lecture title: “The Canadian Wild West: A Myth Revamped”

B) February 2014 Masaryk University Brno, Czech Republic. Intensive course for undergraduate and graduate students “Multiculturalism in Canada”.

Selected bibliography:
Book (in Croatian):
Istinito, prirodno, različito:
Autolegitimacijske strategije ranog britanskog romana. Biblioteka književna smotra, ur. Irena Lukšić, Zagreb: Hrvatsko filološko društvo, 2013.


Selected articles published in English
Book chapter
· “Sisters Brothers Pack Heat: or How the Sisters Fared in the West”, Facing the Crises: Anglophone Literature in the Postmodern World, Lj. Matek and J. Poljak Rehlicki (eds), Newcastle

Articles:
· “Pucaj! Georgea Boweringa: neispričana priča o pokoravanju kanadskog Zapada”. Umjetnost riječi (The art of Words: Journal for Literary Criticism, Performance Arts and Film), LVII, 3–4 (July – December), 2013: 203-225.
· “Starost u ‘Zimskom vrtu’ Alice Munro”. Književna smotra, temat “90-e”. XLVI/2014, 171 (1), 2014: 93-100.
· “Problem multikulturalnosti u noveli ‘Poduka plivanja’ Rohintona Mistryja”. Književna smotra, temat “Znaci vremena: povodom 80 godina zagrebačke anglistike”. XLVI/2014, 172 (2), 2014: 65-70.
· “Texture of Life” in Brno Studies Journal (Masaryk University, the Czech Republic), vol. 37, Is. 2 (2011), pp. 159-171,
· “The Early English Novel: Tradition and Newspapers” in Studia Romanica et Anglica Zagrabiensia SRAZ (University of Zagreb, Croatia), vol. 55 (2010), pp. 19-48. Article title: “The Early English Novel: Tradition and Newspapers”.
· “Tenderness of Space and Outlandish Woman: The Tenderness of the Wolves and The Outlander”, Review of International American Studies RIAS, Vol. 5, Winter-Spring (1-2/2011), pp.187-208.

Full bibliography
http://bib.irb.hr/lista-radova?autor=247811&lang=EN

 

 

 

 

 

Prof. Borislav Knežević

Biography

2012 professor, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, Zagreb
2006 associate professor, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Zagreb
2003/2004 visiting assistant professor at Wake Forest University, USA
2000 assistant professor, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Zagreb
1998/99
–1999/2000
visiting assistant professor at Wake Forest University, USA
1998 earned a PhD degree in English at Duke University, USA
1988 research assistant, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Zagreb
1988 earned an MA degree at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Zagreb
1984 earned a BA in English and philosophy at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Zagreb

Research interests:
Victorian literature, British modernist literature, film, postcolonial theory, historical approaches to literature and culture

Undergraduate courses:
Victorian literature

Graduate courses:
British Modern Novel and the British Empire
History and Theory of the Novel in English

Other:
2008-2012:  Head of the research project “Cultures of the Croatian Transition and Anglophone Globalization,” funded by the Ministry of Science, Education and Sports

Selected bibliography
Books:
Reading Joyce after the Postcolonial Turn. Zagreb: FF-press, 2012
Figures of Finance Capitalism. Writing, Class, and Capital in the Age of Dickens. New York: Routledge, 2003

For full bibliography see:
http://biblio.irb.hr/lista-radova?autor=154815&lang=en

 

Assoc. Prof. Mateusz-Milan Stanojević

Curriculum vitae:

2017 Associate Professor, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb
2012 Assistant Professor, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Zagreb
2009 PhD, University of Zadar (Diachronic Variation in Metaphorical Models: Development of a Research Method; available at: http://darhiv.ffzg.unizg.hr/2357/1/421367.Stanojevic_doktorat_metaforicki_modeli.pdf)
2000 Teaching and Research Assistant, Department of English, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Zagreb
1999 BA in English Language and Literature, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Zagreb

Research interests
Cognitive grammar of English and Slavic languages, conceptual metaphor, English as a Lingua Franca

Undergraduate courses
Introduction to the Linguistic Study of the English Language

Graduate courses
Semantics (linguistic seminar)
Pragmatics (translation concentration)
Cognitive Linguistics and Translation

Graduate courses
Pragmatics (translation concentration)
Cognitive Linguistics and Translation
History of the English Language
Research in linguistics and translation studies: planning and methodology

Projects
2013-2015 coordinator, Use of ICT in support of language teaching and learning (European Centre for Modern Languages);
2012-2013 coordinator, Using open resources to develop online teaching skills (European Centre for Modern Languages);
2008-2012 member Developing online teaching skills (European Centre for Modern Languages);
2007-2014 researcher, Theoretical cognitive linguistic research of Croatian and other languages (Ministry of Science, Education and Sports, project no. 130-1301049-1047)

Memberships and service
2012-2013 Societas Linguistica Europea;
2005 International Cognitive Linguistics Association;
2004 Slavic Cognitive Linguistics Association;
2001 Croatian Applied Linguistics Society (Secretary 2012-2013; President of the Supervisory Bord 2013-2015);

Other achievements
2015 Fulbright (postdoctoral research scholarship), University of Kansas
2012 Reviewer’s Bord of Lublin Studies in Modern Languages and Literature; link: http://www.lsmll.umcs.lublin.pl/
2007 best student paper at the 10th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference in Cracow, Poland for the paper „New current relevance in Croatian: epistemic immediacy and the aorist“ (co-authored with Renata Geld)

Selected bibliography
Books:
– Geld, Renata and Matesuz-Milan Stanojević: Strategic Meaning Construal Using Words and Images: Cognitive motivation in second language learning. Zagreb, Srednja Europa, 2018.

– Stanojević, Mateusz-Milan. 2013. Konceptualna metafora: temeljni pojmovi, teorijski pristupi i metode. (Conceptual metaphor: basic concepts, theoretical approaches and methods) Zagreb: Srednja Europa. (link: https://books.google.hr/books?id=d9ClAgAAQBAJ&lpg=PP1&pg=PP1#v=onepage&q&f=false)

Edited volumes:
– Peti-Stantić, Anita, Mateusz-Milan Stanojević, and Goranka Antunović, eds. 2015. Language Varieties Between Norms and Attitudes: South Slavic Perspectives. Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien : Peter Lang.
(link: http://www.peterlang.com/index.cfm?event=cmp.ccc.seitenstruktur.detailseiten&seitentyp=produkt&pk=85266;

– Peti-Stantić, Anita and Mateusz-Milan Stanojević, eds. 2014. Language as Information. Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien: Peter Lang Verlag; link: http://www.peterlang.com/index.cfm?event=cmp.ccc.seitenstruktur.detailseiten&seitentyp=produkt&pk=77013&concordeid=264758;
– Stanojević, Mateusz-Milan, ed. 2014. Metafore koje istražujemo: suvremeni uvidi u konceptualnu metaforu. (Metaphors we research: contemporary insights into conceptual metaphor) Zagreb: Srednja Europa, 2014. (link: http://www.srednja-europa.hr/knjiga_mateusz-milan-stanojevic-ur-metafore-koje-istrazujemo_159.html)

Selected articles/chapters:
– Stanojević, Mateusz-Milan and Višnja Čičin-Šain. 2015. The Therapeutic Function of Metaphor: The Case of Emotions in the Croatian Public Discourse. Poznańskie Studia Slawistyczne 9, 91-108
– Josipović Smojver, Višnja and Mateusz-Milan Stanojević. 2013. Stratification of English as a Lingua Franca : Identity Constructions of Learners and Speakers In: Waniek-Klimczak, Ewa and Linda Shockey, eds. Teaching and Researching English Accents in Native and Non-native Speakers. Berlin; Heidelberg: Springer, 191-205. (link: http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-642-24019-5_14)

– Stanojević, Mateusz-Milan and Renata Geld. 2011. New current relevance in Croatian: epistemic immediacy and the aorist. In: Patard, Adeline and Frank Brisard, eds. Cognitive Approaches to Tense, Aspect, and Epistemic Modality. Amsterdam, Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 159-180, (link: https://benjamins.com/#catalog/books/hcp.29.11sta/details)
– Stanojević, Mateusz-Milan. 2011. Modeling epistemic distance: the Croatian l-participle. Suvremena lingvistika 37 (72): 219-239 (link: http://hrcak.srce.hr/index.php?show=clanak&id_clanak_jezik=110834)


Complete  bibliography:
http://bib.irb.hr/lista-radova?autor=254513&lang=EN

Prof. Tatjana Jukić Gregurić

Biography

2011 Professor, Department of English, University of Zagreb
2006 Associate Professor, Department of English, University of Zagreb
2002 Assistant Professor, Department of English, University of Zagreb
2000 PhD, Philology (University of Zagreb)
1996 MA, Philology (University of Zagreb)
1994 Assistant Lectureship, Department of English, University of Zagreb
1992 BA, English and Comparative Literature (University of Zagreb)

Research interests
Nineteenth- and twentieth-century literature; genealogies of the cinematic; psychoanalysis; philosophy; literary theory

Undergraduate courses
The Victorian Novel: Poetics and Cultural Politics
Victorian Literature and the Transformation of the World in the Nineteenth Century
Topics in Film and Media Studies – European-Hollywood Cinema (team-taught with Professor Stanley Corkin), University of Cincinnati

Graduate courses
Victorian Poetry: Poetics and Cultural Politics
Pre-Raphaelitism
Henry James and Edith Wharton: Symptoms of American Modernism
Literature and the Visual: American Film, Narrative Theory and Psychoanalysis

Postgraduate courses
Narration and Melancholia
Narration and Memory: Croatian Novel of the Nineteen-Sixties and the Nineteen-Seventies
Revolution and Melancholia: Victorian Specimen Stories (University of Debrecen)

Invited lectures and keynotes
• “Psychopolitical Machines: Elizabeth Gaskell, the Victorian Novel and the Industrial Revolution”; Lund University; 10/2018.
• “The Croatian Novel in the 1960s: From Metaphor to Parataxis”; The Zagreb School of Slavic Studies; Dubrovnik; 08/2018.
• “Eastern Europe, Classical Hollywood and the Invention of the Cold War”; Post-Cold War Eastern European Film & Media; Miami University, Ohio; 05/ 2018.
• “Deleuze on Contract, and the Slavic Inflection”; Universität Konstanz; 02/ 2018.
• “Is Jane Austen More Modern Than Us?”, University of Zadar, 11/2017.
• “In the Wilderness or the World? On Feminist Criticism Today”; Naučni skup Feministička kritika u divljini –
36 godina od objavljivanja teksta autorice Elaine Showalter; Filozofski fakultet; Sarajevo; 09/2017.
• “World War and the Irruption of Time into Croatian Literature”; Riječki filološki dani 11; Rijeka; 11/2016.
• “Shakespeare and Classical Hollywood Cinema”; Zagreb Academy of Music; Zagreb; 11/2016.
• “Melodrama and the Raison of Socialism”; Eberhard Karls University; Tübingen; 5/2016.
• “The Austro-Hungarian Constitution of Krleža’s Politics”; The Zagreb School of Slavic Studies; Dubrovnik; 08/2014.
• “Melancholia between Freud and Tausk“; The Cultural Centre of Belgrade; 5/2014.
• “Revolution: Between Biopolitics and Psychoanalysis”; The Zagreb School of Slavic Studies; Dubrovnik; 08/2013.
• “Revolution and Melancholia: A Freudian Critique of Derrida’s Marx“; Universität Konstanz; 06/ 2013.
• “The Man Who Knew Too Much: Žižek and the Balkans“; Znanstvenoraziskovalni center Slovenske akademije znanosti in umetnosti; Ljubljana; 03/ 2013.
• “Joyce and the Psychoanalysis of Totalitarianism: A European Perspective“; Trinity College Dublin; 04/ 2012.
• „Revolution and Masochism: Kiš, Joyce, Deleuze“; Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju; Belgrade; 03/ 2012.
• „Revolution and Melancholia: A Critique of Derrida’s Marxism“; Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju; Belgrade; 03/ 2012.
• “Sherlock Holmes and the Biopolitics of the Fantastic“; Literature, Culture and the Fantastic: Challenges of the Fin de Siècle(s); Rijeka; 02/ 2012.
• „Film, Politics, Psychoanalysis: Ernst Lubitsch“; Humanistika u posttranziciji. Prva međunarodna poslijediplomska konferencija. Dosezi psihoanalize: književnost, izvedbene umjetnosti, film i kultura; Zagreb; 01/ 2012.
• “Danilo Kiš and Walter Benjamin: the Eighth Chapter of a Shared History”; Filološki fakultet; Banja Luka; 10/ 2011.
• “Danilo Kiš’s Joyce and a Critique of Totalitarianism”; Filološki fakultet; Banja Luka; 10/ 2011.
• “Revolution and Melancholia”; Filološki fakultet; Banja Luka; 10/ 2011.
• “Pursuits of Unhappiness: Stanley Cavell’s America”; University of Pecs; Pecs; 04/ 2011.
• “Gender and American Modernism: Edith Wharton”; University of Pecs; Pecs; 04/ 2011.
• „The Case of Zagorka: Detection, Secret, Melancholia“; Marija Jurić Zagorka – život, djelo, naslijeđe; Zagreb; 11/ 2007.
• “Ashenden times Murder on the Orient Express: British Agents and the Programming of Literary History“; Clare Hall, University of Cambridge; 04/ 2007.

Professional activities, awards and honours
2020 Principal Investigator, Transatlantic Literature and Bio-Crises in the Long Nineteenth Century (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb)
2019 Principal Investigator, Transatlantic Literature and the Transformation of the World in the Long Nineteenth Century (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb)
2018 Principal Investigator, British Literature and the Transformation of the World in the Long Nineteenth Century (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb)
2018  International Visiting Scholar, University of Cincinnati, USA (May 2018)
2017-  The Advisory Board, Series: Theorie und Geschichte der Literatur und der Schönen Künste, Wilhelm Fink Verlag
2014-2018  Research Project Leader (A Cultural History of Capitalism: Britain, America, Croatia, Croatian Science Foundation)
2014-2015  Chair of the “Iso Velikanović” Literary Translation Awards Committee, Ministry of Culture, Republic of Croatia
2007-2013  Research Project Leader (Limits of Literary Memory, MZOS)
2012 Visiting Scholar, Trinity College Dublin (Visiting Professorships and Fellowships Benefaction Fund 2011/2012, April 2012)
2005-2007  President of Croatian Association for Semiotic Studies
2004-  The Editorial Board of Studia Romanica et Anglica Zagrabiensia
2003-  The Publishing Council of the Zagreb Centre for Women’s Studies
2000  The Annual Young Scholar Award, The Society of University Teachers in Zagreb
1998 Visiting Scholar, Cambridge University, UK (British Scholarship Trust, October-November 1998)
1997 Visiting Scholar, Oxford University, UK (Oxford Colleges Hospitality Scheme, July 1997)

Selected bibliography
BOOKS:
Revolucija i melankolija. Granice pamćenja hrvatske književnosti (Revolution and Melancholia. Limits of Literary Memory). Zagreb: Naklada Ljevak, 2011.
Zazor, nadzor, sviđanje. Dodiri književnog i vizualnog u britanskom 19. stoljeću (Liking, Dislike, Supervision. Literature and the Visual in Victorian Britain). Zagreb: Zavod za znanost o književnosti Filozofskog fakulteta  Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, 2002.

ARTICLES AND BOOKS CHAPTERS:
· “Zagreb,” The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Urban Literary Studies (ed. Jeremy Tambling), 2020, https://link.springer.com/referenceworkentry/10.1007/978-3-319-62592-8_130-1
· “Jane Austen i roman 19. stoljeća: obrazovanje fokalizacijske svijesti,” Književna smotra, 195/52, 2020, 11-19.
· “Caught between American Melancholy and European Masochism: Notes on Madame de Mauves,” The Henry James Review, 40/3 (2019), 270-275.
· “A Narrative Theory for the October Revolution (From Maugham to Benjamin and Back).” The Russian Revolution as Ideal and Practice. Failures, Legacies, and the Future of the Revolution (eds. Thomas Telios, Dieter Thomä, Ulrich Schmid). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, 143-163.
· “Hrvatski roman 1960-ih: od metafore prema parataksi.” Metafore u hrvatskome jeziku, književnosti i kulturi. Zbornik radova 47. seminara Zagrebačke slavističke škole (eds. Lana Molvarec, Tatjana Pišković). Zagreb: Filozofski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu i Zagrebačka slavistička škola – Hrvatski seminar za strane slaviste, 2019, 111-122.
· “Cavell’s Shakespeare, or the Insufficiency of Tragedy for Modernity”, Bollettino Filosofico, 32 (2017), 67-87.
· “Fictions of Crime in a State of Exception”. The Cultural Life of Capitalism in Yugoslavia. (Post)Socialism and Its Other (eds. Dijana Jelača, Maša Kolanović, Danijela Lugarić). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017, 43-60.
· “The October Garbo: Classical Hollywood and the Revolution”. Studia litterarum. Vol. 2. No. 2. 2017, 56-63.
· “The Psychopolitics of Socialism in Central and Eastern Europe (With Notes on ‘Walter Defends Sarajevo’)”. Myth and Its Discontents: Memory and Trauma in Central and Eastern European Literature – Mythos und Ernüchterung: Zu Trauma und (fraglicher) Erinnerung in Literaturen des zentralen und östlichen Europa (eds. Danijela Lugarić, Milka Car, Gabor Tamas Molnar). Wien: Präsens Verlag, 2017, 191-203.
· “Derrida’s Jefferson”. Working Papers in American Studies. Vol. 2. 2016, 81-98.
· “Stanley Cavell, Classical Hollywood and the Constitution of the Ordinary (With Notes on Billy Wilder)”. AM Journal of Art and Media Studies. Issue 9. April 2016, 93-106.
· “Post-Socialism Remembers the Revolution: The Comedy of It”. Post-Yugoslav Constellations. Archive, Memory, and Trauma in Contemporary Bosnian, Croatian, and Serbian Literature and Culture (eds. Vlad Beronja, Stijn Vervaet). Berlin and Boston: De Gruyter, 2016, 149-168.
· “Deleuze on the Superiority of Anglo-American Literature: A Victorianist Perspective”. English Studies as Archive and as Prospecting (eds. Stipe Grgas, Martina Domines-Veliki and Tihana Klepač). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016, 43-61.
· „Strašna resnica: O metonimični racionalnosti pri Hawksu in Cavellu“. Stanley Cavell. Refleksija filma (ed. Ivana Novak), Ljubljana: Slovenian Cinematheque, 2015, 117-133; “The Awful Truth: On Metonymic Rationality in Hawks and Cavell”. Studia Romanica et Anglica Zagrabiensia. LX, 2015, 99-115.
· „Garbo Laughs: Revolution and Melancholia in Lubitsch’s Ninotchka“. Lubitsch Can’t Wait. A Theoretical Examination (eds. Ivana Novak, Jela Krečič and Mladen Dolar), Ljubljana: Slovenian Cinematheque, 2014, 83-110.
· „An Austro-Hungarian America: Emerson for Croatia, 1904–5“. Working Papers in American Studies, Vol. I, Zagreb, 2014, 73-82.
· „Viktorijanska biopolitika, psihoanaliza i Sherlock Holmes: Skrletna studija“. Književna smotra, Vol. XLVI, 172 (2), Zagreb, 2014, 5-13.
· „Revolucija između biopolitike i psihoanalize“. Otpor. Subverzivne prakse u hrvatskom jeziku, književnosti i kulturi (eds. Tvrtko Vuković and Tatjana Pišković), Zagreb: Zagrebačka slavistička škola, 2014, 21-34.
· „The Man Who Knew Too Much: Žižek and the Balkans“. European Journal of English Studies, Vol. 17, Issue 2, 2013, 160-175.
· „Between Auschwitz and Siberia: James Joyce, Danilo Kiš and a Zoning of Totalitarianism“. Ireland, West to East: Irish Cultural Interactions with Central and Eastern Europe (eds. Aidan O’Malley and Eve Patten). Oxford, Bern and New York: Peter Lang, 2013, 135-158.
· „’I melankolija može da provali iz čovjeka kao lava’: politika afekta u Zastavama“. (Ne)pročitani Krleža: od teksta do popularne predodžbe. Komparativna povijest hrvatske književnosti XV (eds. Cvijeta Pavlović, Vinka Glunčić-Bužančić and Andrea Meyer-Fraatz). Split and Zagreb: Književni krug Split, Odsjek za komparativnu književnost Filozofskog fakulteta u Zagrebu, 2013, 203-215.
· „Matošev loboratorij: rad, goli život i tumačenje snova“. Prostori snova. Oniričko kao poetološki i antropološki problem (eds. Živa Benčić and Dunja Fališevac). Zagreb: Disput, 2012, 339-361.
· „Ilirizam i tumačenje snova: Gundulići Vlaha Bukovca“. Poznańskie Studia Slawistyczne, 2, 2012, 189-211.
· „Žalovanje ili melankolija?: psihoanaliza i ekonomski problem Derridina marksizma“. Politička misao, 48/1, 2011, 49-75.

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