41 records
Lastname Firstname Social University E-Mail Theme of thesis Director of thesis Defence year
Baublyte Kaufmann Ruta UNINE E-Mail The Architecture of space-time in the novels of Jane Austen Prof. M. Tudeau-Clayton 2017
Bertoli Mariacristina Natalia UNIFR - Illusionism in the "Riddling" School of American Poetry: Poetic Forms of Riddles, Anamorphoses and Trompe l'oeil from Emily Dickinson to Mary Jo Salter Prof. Dr. Thomas carl Austenfeld
Buchenau Barbara UNIBE E-Mail
Busse Beatrix UNIBE E-Mail
Chassot Joanne UNIL E-Mail Ghosts in Contemporary African Diasporic Literature: Re-visioning History, Memory and Identity Agnieszka Soltysik 2013
Crivelli Lilia UNIFR E-Mail
Csillagh Virag UNIGE E-Mail Les conséquences sociolinguistiques du statut économique de la langue anglaise par rapport à l’apprentissage de la langue et la motivation d’étudiants à l’Université de Genève Prof. Claire FOREL
Prof. François GRIN
Denissen Diana UNIL E-Mail Late Medieval Religiosity in England: The Evidence of Late Fourteenth and Fifteenth Century Devotional Compilations Denis Renevey
Dröschel Yvonne UNIFR E-Mail
Etter Lukas UNIBE E-Mail Auteurgraphy: Distinctiveness of Styles in Alternative Graphic Narratives Prof. Dr. Gabriele Rippl
Dr. Daniel Stein
Gallo Anna UNIBE E-Mail Language variation among Anglo-Italians in Bristol [Provisional title] Prof. Dr. David Britain (University of Bern)
Prof. Cristina Pennarola (University of Naples "Federico II")
Gebhardt Susanna UNIGE E-Mail Early Modern English Wall-Writing: Memory and Textual Culture Prof. Lukas Erne
Gutmans Patricia UNIBE - The Roman Catholic Church in Frances Trollope's Novels Prof. Dr. Gabriele Rippl
Heinzmann Sybille UNIFR - Working title: Swiss primary school children’s language learning motivation and its rela-tion to their language attitudes, stereotypes, and beliefs about language learning Prof. Didier Maillat
Hoppeler Stephanie UNIBE - Seriality and Intermediality in Graphic Novels Prof. Dr. Gabriele Rippl, English Department, University of Berne
Huber Irmtraud UNIBE E-Mail The fantastic in contemporary anglophone literature Prof. Dr. Virginia Richter
Hughes Roxane UNIL E-Mail Footbinding in America: Towards a Feminist Disability Study of the Literary and Artistic Representations of the Bound Foot in the United States Agnieszka Soltysik Monnet
Iatsenko Anna UNIGE E-Mail Between History and Text: New Perspectives on Toni Morrison’s Later Fiction. Professor Deborah Madsen
Iseli Markus UNINE E-Mail The New Romantic Unconscious: Thomas De Quincey and Cognitive Science Professor Patrick Vincent
Professor Robert Morrison
Jobin Anne UNINE E-Mail Mapping out Space in the Fiction of Anishinaabe writers Dr. David Stirrup, University of Kent
Junod Karen UNIFR -
Lawtoo Nidesh UNIL E-Mail
Leonard Alice UNINE E-Mail Shakespeare Beyond Rhetoric: Error in Early Modern Drama, with Reference to Emergent Rhetorical Forms in Shakespeare Prof. Margaret Tudeau-Clayton
Lindholm Philip UNIL E-Mail Synaesthesia in Literature of the Romantic Period Prof. Rachel Falconer
Lynch Sara UNIBE E-Mail Micronesian Englishes Prof. David Britain
MacDuff Sam UNIGE E-Mail James Joyce's Epiphanies: Theory and Praxis from the Epiphanies to Finnegans Wake. Professor David Spurr
McGee John UNIGE E-Mail Anti-Petrarchism in Early Shakespeare Lukas Erne
Mettler Laura UNIBE - Emergent varieties in Micronesia: English in the Republic of Nauru Prof. Dr. David Britain
Michalkiewicz Katarzyna UNINE - The Alps and the Tatras: a Comparative Study of Mountain Representations in 19th and 20th Century Literature Patrick Vincent
Morgan Oliver UNIGE E-Mail Turn-taking in Shakespeare Lukas Erne
Mullett Ruth UNIGE E-Mail
Nisbet Rachel UNIL E-Mail Rivers, Navigating Doubled Terrain: connecting literary and geological texts Rachel Falconer
Rossini Manuela UNIBE E-Mail From House to Home. Family Matters in Early Modern Drama and Culture Prof. Dr. Balz Engler
Prof. Dr. Werner Brönnimann
Skibo-Birney Bryn UNIGE E-Mail Writing Between "the Human" and "the Animal" in Contemporary North American Literature Prof. Deborah L. Madsen
Spurr David UNIGE E-Mail
Tolhurst Fiona UNIGE E-Mail
Tresch Laura UNIBE - Contact, mobility and authenticity: language ideologies in koineisation David Britain
Tsirakoglou Eleftheria UNIL - Edgar Allan Poe´s Reception in Greece Prof. Agnieska Soltysik-Monnet
Waltermann Eva UNIGE - Représentations du savoir disciplinaire dans l'enseignement des langues étrangères: le cas des enseignants genevois Prof. C. Forel
Walz Marie Emilie UNIL E-Mail When The Faerie Queene Enters The Bloody Chamber. Comparing Edmund Spenser's and Angela Carter's Fiction. Martine Hennard Dutheil de la Rochère
Wright Oliver UNIGE E-Mail Climbing the Dark Mountain: Geography & the Anthropocene in the Work of Thomas Pynchon Martin Leer