Recent PhD thesis topics in German

These recently completed PhD theses illustrate the breadth of postgraduate research in German.

Date

Author

Title

Supervisors

 

Christopher Sommer

The Representation of Immigration in a Museum Context in New Zealand

Professor James Bade and Professor Elizabeth Rankin

 

Alexandra Jespersen

The Seventies meet the Twenties: Charlotte Wolff as a Writer, public figure and 'period piece' in the UK and Germany

Professor James Bade and Associate Professor Friedrich Voit

 

Melanie Wittwer

Translations into German of books by Margaret Mahy

Professor James Bade and Associate Professor Friedrich Voit

  Kasia Cook   Sauerkraut and Salt Water: German-Tongan Identity and Diaspora in the Twenty-first Century Professor James Bade and Associate Professor Damon Salesa

2012

Graeme Horne

Germany, Yugoslavia and the Balkan refugee crisis with a special focus on refugees in Berlin

Professor James Bade

2009

Stuart Vogel

The Translation and Transference of Concepts and Ideas between China and the West: Lessons from the English Presbyterian Mission in Taiwan 1865-1934

Professor James Bade

2007

Oliver Harrison

The Image of New Zealand in the written accounts of German-speaking Scientists and Explorers of the Nineteenth Century

Professor James Bade and Associate Professor Friedrich Voit

2007

Sascha Nolden

Hochstetter's Correspondence with Sir Julius von Haast

Professor James Bade

2005

Stephan Resch

Provoziertes Schreiben. Drogen in der deutschsprachigen Literatur seit 1945

Associate Professor Friedrich Voit and Professor James Bade

2002

Ivan Poljakovic

Donauschwaebische Vertreibungsliteratur

Associate Professor Friedrich Voit