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ČERČE, Danica

Cerce, Danica
Designation: 

Dr. (PhD)

Position: 
Assistant Professor
Institution: 

Faculty of Economics
University of Ljubljana
Kardeljeva ploscad 17
1000 Ljubljana
Slovenia

E-mail: 

danica.cerce [at] ef [dot] uni-lj [dot] si

Bio: 

Danica Cerce is Assistant Prof. of American literature (to be appointed Ass. Prof. of Literatures in English Language this year) at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. She holds an MA in Australian lit. and a Ph.D. in American lit. and she researches both areas.
Available for guest lecturing: 
yes
Topics on offer for guest lecturing: 

(1) Contemporary Aboriginal writer Alf Taylor

(2) Social realism in Australian literature

Available for thesis supervision: 
yes

DÖMÖTÖR, Ildikó

Designation: 

Dr. (PhD)

Institution: 

Budapest

E-mail: 

ildiko.domotor [at] citromail [dot] hu

Available for guest lecturing: 
yes
Topics on offer for guest lecturing: 

(1) Ladies in the bush - British gentlewomen's attitudes to the Australian flora and fauna in the nineteenth century;
(2) Ladies in the bush - Victorian gentlewomen's attitudes to the Indigenous Australians
(3) Ladies in the bush - British gentlewomen's lives in rural Australia in the nineteenth century

Available for thesis supervision: 
n/a

ESPÁK, Gabriella T.

Espák, Gabi
Designation: 

Dr. (PhD)

Position: 
Assistant Professor
Institution: 

North American Department

Institute of English and American Studies

University of Debrecen, Hungary

E-mail: 

gespak [at] delfin [dot] unideb [dot] hu

Bio: 

Gabriella T. Espák is Assistant Professor in the Institute of English and American Studies, University of Debrecen, Hungary. Her PhD (2003) was awarded for a thesis on federal multicultural policies and the politics of Indigeneity in Canada and Australia between 1988-1992. She has been teaching, researching and publishing on topics in Australian, Canadian and US social history since 1998, with special interest in issues of multiculturalism, minority rights and Indigeneity. She organised the 2005 conference of the European Association for Studies of Australia, and edited ReVisions of Australia: Histories, Images, Identities, a special double issue of the Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies (12.1-2, 2006).

Available for guest lecturing: 
no
Topics on offer for guest lecturing: 

She will be on maternity leave from Sept. 2008.

Available for thesis supervision: 
yes

FORINTOS, Éva

Forintos, Éva
Designation: 

Dr. (PhD in Linguistics)

Institution: 

Institute of English and American Studies
University of Pannonia
8200 Veszprém Egyetem u. 10.

Hungary

E-mail: 

forintos [at] almos [dot] uni-pannon [dot] hu

Bio: 

Special field: contactlinguistics

Available for guest lecturing: 
yes
Topics on offer for guest lecturing: 

Language Ecology Questions in Australia

Available for thesis supervision: 
n/a

GALL, Cecília

Gall, Cecília
Position: 
lecturer in Australian Studies
Institution: 

Australian Studies Programme

School of English and American Studies

Eötvös Lorán University (ELTE)

Budapest, Hungary

Bio: 

Cecilia Gall has expertise in Australian Literature and Australian Literary History.

Available for guest lecturing: 
n/a
Available for thesis supervision: 
n/a

HAAG, Oliver

Oliver Haag
Designation: 

MA

Position: 
Freelance Historian, PhD Candidate
Institution: 

University of Vienna, Austria

E-mail: 

haagoliver [at] yahoo [dot] com [dot] au

Bio: 

Oliver Haag studied History and Political Science at the University of Vienna, Austria. He has specialised in the history of historiography and autobiography, Indigenous Studies, and theories of nation-building, with particular interest in Australia. Oliver holds an MA in Contemporary History and is the author of academic writings on published Indigenous autobiographies and Australian historiography. He is currently working on a collaborative research project with the Flinders University of South Australia, entitled ‘national unity through diversity’. Oliver is also preparing a PhD on the European reception of Indigenous literature.

Available for guest lecturing: 
yes
Topics on offer for guest lecturing: 

· Indigenous Australian autobiography and biography
· The reception of Indigenous Australian literature in the German-speaking countries
· 20th century Australian historiography
· Genocide in Australia

Available for thesis supervision: 
n/a

HEGEDŰS, Irén

Designation: 

Dr.

Position: 
associate professor
Institution: 

Department of English Linguistics
Faculty of Humanities
University of Pécs
Tel./Fax: +36-72-314714

Available for guest lecturing: 
yes
Topics on offer for guest lecturing: 

Alice Springs Aboriginal Children's English

Available for thesis supervision: 
n/a

HOLLÓ Dorottya

Holló, Dorottya
Designation: 

Dr.

Position: 
associate professor
Institution: 

Australian Studies Programme

Department of English Language Pedagogy

School of English and American Studies

Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE), Budapest

E-mail: 

hollod [at] elte [dot] hu

Bio: 

Dorottya Holló, Ph.D., associate professor, deputy head of department, co-ordinator of the Australian Studies Programme. Degrees: M.A. in English and French Language and Literature (ELTE, 1983), Cert. TESOL (The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, 1986), dr. univ. in English Linguistics (ELTE, 1988), Ph.D. in English Applied Linguistics (MTA, 1992). Courses taught: Language Development, Language through Culture and Civilisation, TEFL Methodology, Persuasive Communication, Debating and Public Speaking, Games in Language Teaching, Australian studies: Culture and Society - courses on Australian civilisation integrated with language development. Field of activity and publications: teaching and teacher training in EFL, developing oral communication, EFL educational policies, cultural studies, Australian studies. E-mail: hollod [at] elte [dot] hu

Available for guest lecturing: 
no
Available for thesis supervision: 
no

HORÁKOVÁ, Martina

Designation: 

Dr. (PhD)

Institution: 

Department of English and American Studies

Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University

Czech Republic

E-mail: 

mhorakov [at] phil [dot] muni [dot] cz

Available for guest lecturing: 
yes
Topics on offer for guest lecturing: 

Contemporary Australian literature
Indigenous life writing in Australia

Available for thesis supervision: 
n/a

KARANFILOVIC, Natasa

Karanfilovic, Natasa
Institution: 

University of Novi Sad

Faculty of Philosophy

E-mail: 

karanfil [at] sbb [dot] co [dot] yu

Bio: 

 

Available for guest lecturing: 
yes
Topics on offer for guest lecturing: 

1) Henry Lawson 2) Patrick White 3) Elizabeth Jolley 4) Peter Carey

Available for thesis supervision: 
n/a