MA theses

Governmental Policy and Eugenics: Stolen Generations in History and Fiction

Author(s): 

Barkaszi, Dóra

University of Debrecen, 2005. Supervisor: Dr. Gabriella T. Espák

Multicultural Identity in the United States, Canada and Australia

Author(s): 

Buczkó, Zsuzsa

University of Debrecen, 2006. Supervisor: Dr. Gabriella T. Espák

Identity and Authenticity in Three Aboriginal Australian Novels

Author(s): 

Demeter, Gabriella

University of Debrecen, 2007. Supervisor: Dr. Gabriella T. Espák

Marriage or Career? A Sociological Analysis of Miles Franklin's My Brilliant Career

Author(s): 

Gál, Zsuzsanna

University of Debrecen, 2005. Supervisor: Dr. Gabriella T. Espák

Australian Pioneer Women

Author(s): 

Horváthné Szunyog, Szilvia

University of Debrecen, 2008. Supervisor: Dr. Gabriella T. Espák

Journeys of Discovery: Identity-Formation in Kim Scott’s Benang

Author(s): 

Kátai, Beáta

University of Debrecen, 2005. Supervisor: Dr. Gabriella T. Espák

Australian Aboriginal Art: Communicating a Cultural Message via Visual Representation

Author(s): 

Kincses, Judit

University of Debrecen, 2006. Supervisor: Dr. Gabriella T. Espák

(sub-subtitle: The Tradition of Indigenous Body Painting)

Representations of Female Convicts in Australian Historiography

Author(s): 

Kispál, Judit

University of Debrecen, 2007. Supervisor: Dr. Gabriella T. Espák

The Issue of Stolen Generations in Two Indigenous Australian Novels

Author(s): 

Kurucz, Ivetta

University of Debrecen, 2002. Supervisor: Dr. Gabriella T. Espák

The Long Road to Botany Bay

Author(s): 

Mittag, Roland

University of Debrecen, 2008. Supervisor: Dr. Gabriella T. Espák