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Engelska språket och litteraturen – doktorsavhandlingar


Loukia Lindholm, Form and Function of Response Stories in Online Advice, 2019

Petter Skult, The end of the world as we know it:  theoretical perspectives on apocalyptic science fiction, 2019

Kai Latvalehto, Finnish Blood, Swedish Heart?: Examining Second-Generation Sweden-Finnishness, 2018

Jennie Öhman, Interaction in text and hypertext : participant roles on corporate websites, 2018

Linda Bäckman, Second generation’? Language and identity among adults whose parents were migrants, 2017

Lena Englund, Memoir in Transit: Whiteness, Displacement and Journalism in Peter Godwin’s Autobiographical Writing, 2017

Gunilla Bexar, The Great Irish Famine in History-Writing and Prose Fiction. ”The Mutual Interplay of Two Narrative Genres”, 2016

Brita Wårvik, Perspectives on Narrative Discourse Markers: Focus on Old English þa, 2013

Signe-Anita Lindgrén, Mild Developmental Dyslexia in University Students: Diagnosis and Performance features in L1, L, and L3, 2012
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Jason Finch, E .M.Forster and English Place: A Literary Topography, 2011
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Oana Varga, From Women to Gender. A Diachronic Exploration of Participant Representation in Texts from the United Nations, 2010
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Michael Foster, Chaucer’s Narrators and the Rhetoric of Self-Preservation, 2008

Charlotta Häggblom, Young EFL-Pupils – Reading Multicultural Childrens Fiction, 2007

Maria Lassén-Seger, Adventures Into Otherness, 2006

Katja Brandt, Christina Rosettis’ ”Goblin Market” – Milton Revised or Revived?, 2006

Ann-Charlotte Lindeberg, Promotion and Politeness: Conflicting Scholarly Rhetoric in Three Disciplines, 2004

Iris Lindahl-Raittila, From Victim of the ‘Feminine Mystique’ to Heroine of Feminist Deconstruction: Auto/Biographical Images of Sylvia Plath 1963-2001, 2002

Pia Sillanpää, The Scandinavian Sporting Tour: A Case Study in Geographical Imagology, 2002

Pia Maria Ahlbäck, Energy Heterotopia, Dystopia: George Orwell, Michel Foucault and the Twentieth Century Enviromental Imagination, 2002

Maria Isaksson-Wikberg, Negotiated and Committed Argumentation: a Cross-Cultural Study of American and Finland-Swedish Student Writing, 2000

Lydia Williams, Young EFL Readers and Their Books: Learning to Read in English Immersion Programmes, 1998

Maria Olaussen, Forceful Creation in Harsh Terrain: Place and Identity in Three Novels by Bessie Head, 1997

John Smeds, Statement and Story. Robert Grave’s Myth-Making, 1997

Kaj Sjöholm, The Influence of Crosslinguistic, Semantic, and Input Factors on the Acquisition of English Phrasal Verbs. A Comparison Between Finnish and Swedish Learners at an Intermediate and Advanced level, 1995

Bo Pettersson, The World According to Kurt Vonnegut: Determinism and Its Narrative Realization in the Novels, 1995

Bo Gunnarsson, The Novels of William Gerhardie, 1995

Ilkka Joki, Mamet, Bakhtin, and the Dramatic: The Demotic as a Variable of Addressivity, 1994

Tuija Virtanen-Ulfhielm, Discourse Functions of Adverbial Placement in English: Clause-Initial Adverbials of Time and Place in Narratives and Procedural Place Descriptions, 1993

Torsten Pettersson, Consciousness and Time: A Study in the Philosophy and Narrative Technique of Joseph Conrad, 1982

Kay Wikberg, Yes-No Questions and Answers in Shakespeare’s Plays, A Study in Text Linguistics, 1975

Roger D. Sell, The Shorter Poems of Sir John Beaumont, 1974

Torbjörn Söderholm, The End-Rhymes of Marvell, Cowley, Crashaw, Lovelace and Vaughan. A Study of their Reflection of the Pronunciation of Stressed Vowels and Diphthongs in the Mid-Seventeenth Century, 1971

Håkan Ringbom, Studies in the Narrative Technique of Beowulf and Lawman’s Brut, 1968

Uppdaterad 3.2.2020