dr hab. Barbara Klonowska (prof. KUL)Wydział Nauk Humanistycznych - Instytut Literaturoznawstwa
Katedra Literatury i Kultury Angielskiej
Stanowisko: Profesor KUL
Wypromowane prace dyplomowe
- The Myth in Riddley Scott’s Movies: “Alien”, “Prometheus”, “Alien:Covenant”
- Representation of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in American and British War Films
- Generic, Cultural and Specific Intertextuality in the "Shrek" Series
- Reflections of the British Royal Family and the First Family of the United States in Selected Films and TV Series
- Contemporary Adaptations of Sherlock Holmes Stories: TV Series "Sherlock" and "Elementary"
- Representation of Escapism in the Novel and the TV Series: "Regeneration" and "Peaky Blinders"
- Warnings to Humanity in Dystopian Literature: "The Road" by Cormac McCarthy, "Oryx and Crake" by Margaret Atwood and "Divergent" by Veronica Roth
- Narration in Thomas Hardy's "Far from the Madding Crowd" and Its Film and Radio Drama Adaptations
- Randomness Influencing and Creating Stories in Tabletop and Video Games
- Representing the Unrepresentable: The Motif of Trauma in Radio Drama, Film, and the Novel
- Point of view and perspective in dystopian video games
- Fredric Jameson's Critique of Capitalism as Reflected in Contemporary TV Series and Films
- Horrifyingly Funny: Parody and Unintentional Humour in Horror Films
- Wise Wizards, Elves and the Dark Lords: Fantastic Characters in J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter Series and Their Film Adaptations
- "We're All Infected" - the Repressed Fear of Death as the Underlying Theme of The Walking Dead TV Series
- Visions of Cyber Reality: Technophilia and Technophobia in Contemporary Film
- A Resistant Genre: The Universalism of Fairy Tale Motifs in Various Versions of Beauty and the Beast
- Mortal and immortal characters in The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien, its film adaptation by Peter Jackson and the game Lord of the Rings Online
- Turning Reality into Art in "Orlando" by Virginia Woolf
- "A man doesn't die, he is born twice": Robert Mcliams fiction ("Eureka Street", "Manfred's Pain" and "Ripley Bogle").
- Gender, Identity and Ideology Visualised: Ekphrasis in Tracy Chevalier's Fiction.
- Rushdie through Language: english in Pre-Fatwa Novels.
- Us-Women and Them-Women: Feminism and Post-colonialism in the Writing of Rachna Mara and Margaret Atwood.
- Smelly Encounters: Smell and the Other in the British Post-Colonial Novel.
- "Clothes That Wear Us": Identity, Belonging and Clothes in Contemporary British Fiction.
- "Searching the horizons for the lost moons"- literary forms and their function in Jamaican writing.
- The evolution of the concept of violence in Ian McEwan's fiction.
- Anti-Catholic Passion in Jeanette Winterson's fiction.
- Female tradition revised in "The book of Mrs. Noah" by Michele Roberts and "The Passion of New Eve" by Angela Carter.
- Faith - inspired dilemmas and their various manifestations in selected novels by Graham Greene and Ethel Voynich.
- Selected aspects of Scottish postcolonialism presented by Irvine Welsh in "Trainspotting"
- Quest for identity in the selected novels of two generations of British postcolonial writers.
- Pseudoheretical usage of the biblical material in selected prose by Jeanette Winterson.
- The tale of a troubled city. The grand narrative of Belfast as presented in selected works of contemporary northern Irish novelists.
- From "Black Venus" to "Czarna Wenus": Angela Carter's short stories in Polish translation.
- Narrative strategies in selected novels by Iris Murdoch.
- Representation of history in Jeanette Winterson's selected novels.
- Magic realism as a reflection of human psyche in selected novels by Margaret Atwood and Arundhati Roy
- Different psychoanalytic approaches to Joseph Conrad's seleected short stories.
- Female sexuality and gender roles in Angela Carter's early fiction.
- (Non) Traditional Models of Partnership in Janette Winterson's Fiction.
- Disintegration of family in Graham Swift's selected novels.
- Decolonising Northern Ireland: Identity and Hybridity in Robet McLiam Wilson's Fiction.
- "No real play has a curtain" - theatre in John Fowles's "A Maggot" and "The Magus".
- The poetics of dis(-)memberment in Sarah Kane's texts for performance.
- Father, partner, macho: images of men in Jeanette Winterson's fiction.
- Stereotypes of the British and the French in Julian Barnes's essays and novels.
- "Myth is after all, a neverending story": recreation of myth in the novels by: Atwood, Barnes and Rushdie.