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Tihana Klepač
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  Author's books
 

1. Petranović, Martina.
From costume to costume design. Croatian theatre costume design .
Zagreb : ULUPUH, 2015 (monograph).

2. Petranović, Martina.
Recognizably different – costume designer Ika Škomrlj .
Zagreb : ULUPUH, 2014 (monograph).
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  Editor's books
 

1. English Studies from Archives to Prospects: Volume 1 - Literature and Cultural Studies / Grgas, Stipe, Tihana Klepač, Martina Domines Veliki, editor(s).
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016 (monograph).

2. From costume to costume design. Croatian Costume Design / Bakal, Ivana, editor(s).
Zagreb : ULUPUH, 2015 (monograph).

3. Recognizably different – costume designer Ika Škomrlj / Bakal, Ivana, editor(s).
Zagreb : ULUPUH, 2014 (monograph).

4. Recognizably different – costume designer Ika Škomrlj / Bakal, Ivana; Petranović, Martina, editor(s).
Zagreb : ULUPUH, 2014 (monograph).

5. Irish mirror for Croatian literature : postcolonial theory, literary comparisons and reception / Gjurgjan, Ljiljana Ina; Klepač, Tihana, editor(s).
Zagreb : Filozofski fakultet, 2007 (proceedings).
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  Book chapters
 

1. Klepač, Tihana; Radoš-Perković, Katja.
The Croatian Version of Eric Idle’s Spamalot, an Homage to a Translator // Adaptation: Theory, Criticism and Pedagogy / Matek, Ljubica ; Uvanović, Željko, editor(s).
Aachen : Shaker Verlag, 2018. Str. 133-146. URL link to work

2. Radoš-Perković, Katja; Klepač, Tihana.
The Croatian Version of Eric Idle’s "Spamalot", an Homage to a Translator // Contributions to Literature-on-Screen Studies and other Adaptation Studies/Beiträge zur Erforschung der Literaturverfilmungen und anderer Adaptionsfälle, Volume 2/Band 2: Adaptation: Theory, Criticism and Pedagogy / Matek, Ljubica ; Uvanović, Željko, editor(s).
Aachen : Shaker Verlag, 2018. Str. 133-146.

3. Klepač, Tihana.
The Australian Girl as an Innocuous Companion of the New Woman // English Studies from Archives to Prospects, Volume I - Literature and Cultural Studies / Grgas, Stipe, Tihana Klepač, Martina Domines Veliki, editor(s).
Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016. Str. 134-150.

4. Klepač, Tihana.
The Importance of Self-representation in the Articulation of National Identity // Irsko ogledalo za hrvatsku književnost / Gjurgjan, Ljiljana Ina i Klepač, Tihana, editor(s).
Zagreb : FFPress, 2007. Str. 105-122.

5. Klepač, Tihana.
Pulisej: Croatian Reinscription of Joyce's Ulysses // Irsko ogledalo za hrvatsku književnost / Gjurgjan, Ljiljana Ina i Klepač, Tihana, editor(s).
Zagreb : FFPress, 2007. Str. 211-215.

6. Klepač, Tihana.
Croatian-Irish Comparisons in Croatian Literary Criticism // Irsko ogledalo za hrvatsku književnost / Gjurgjan, Ljiljana Ina i Klepač, Tihana, editor(s).
Zagreb : FFPress, 2007.. Str. 137-152.
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  Journal articles and review articles in CC journals
 

1. Klepač, Tihana.
Reality is a Reflection of Language or the Worlding of the Australian Continent in Early Australian Travel Writing. // Književna smotra. XLI (2009) , 153(3); 11-22 (journal article).
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  Other papers in CC journals
 

1. Klepač, Tihana.
James Joyce Studies in Dubrovnik. // James Joyce Quarterly. 40 (2003) , 4; 656-658 (journal article).
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  Scientific papers in other journals
 

1. Klepač, Tihana.
Henry Lawson's Womanish Wail. // Umjetnost riječi : časopis za znanost o književnosti. LXII (2018) , 1; 71-99 (journal article). URL link to work

2. Klepač, Tihana.
Mary Helena Fortune: Waif Wanderer or a cross-dresser with a mission?. // Studia Romanica et Anglica Zagrabiensia. 62 (2018) ; 39-54 (journal article). URL link to work

3. Klepač, Tihana.
Mary Helena Fortune: An Independent Fly in the Webs of Victorian Society. // Brno Studies in English. 45 (2018) , 1; 129-142 (journal article). URL link to work

4. Klepač, Tihana.
Cinderella Writes Back: S. J. Duncan’s Mary Trent as Canada personified. // The Central European journal of Canadian studies. 12-13 (2018) , 1; 103-118 (journal article). URL link to work

5. Klepač, Tihana.
Women, romance and romantic nationalism in Dragojla Jarnević’s Dva pira (Two Wedding Celebrations, 1864) and M. E. Francis’s Dark Rosaleen (1917). // Studia Romanica et Anglica Zagrabiensia. 56 (2011) ; 137-158 (journal article).

6. Klepač, Tihana.
Discourse of Difference: Rosa Campbell Praed’s My Australian Girlhood. // Brno Studies in English. 37 (2011) , 2; 111-125 (journal article). URL link to workURL link to work

7. Klepač, Tihana.
Susanna Moodie's Roughing It In the Bush: A Female Contribution to the Creation of an Imagined Canadian Community. // Central European Journal of Canadian Studies. 7 (2011) ; 65-75 (journal article).

8. Klepač, Tihana.
A Child Lost in the Bush: Australian National Identity in Joseph Furphy's Such is Life. // Umjetnost riječi. LIV (2010) , 3-4; 175-200 (journal article).

9. Klepač, Tihana.
Description of nature as an act of anticipation: Australia in Rosa Campbell Praed’s My Australian Girlhood. // Studia Romanica et Anglica Zagrabiensia. LV (2010) ; 103-113 (journal article).

10. Klepač, Tihana.
Ada Cambridge’ s Subversive Romance. // Studia Romanica et Anglica Zagrebiensia. LIV (2009) ; 277-306 (journal article).

11. Klepač, Tihana.
Creating Place out of Space: James Cook's Travel Writing. // Studia Romanica et Anglica Zagrabiensia. LII (2007) ; 135-164 (journal article).
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  Nonscientific papers in other journals
 

1. Klepač, Tihana.
Studies in the Modernist Novel. // Književna smotra : časopis za svjetsku književnost. 136-137 (2005) ; 137-139.
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  Abstracts in Book of abstracts
 

1. Klepač, Tihana.
Cinderella Writes Back: S.J. Duncan’s Mary Trent as Canada personified // .
(lecture,abstract,scientific).

2. Klepač, Tihana; Radoš-Perković, Katja.
The Croatian Version of Eric Idle's Spamalot: Hommage to a Translator // Adaptation: Theory, Criticism, Pedagogy.
(lecture,abstract,scientific).

3. Klepač, Tihana.
Mary Helena Fortune: An Independent Fly in the webs of Victorian Society // ESSE 2016 Galway.
(lecture,abstract,scientific).

4. Klepač, Tihana.
Henry Lawson, Australia’s Apostle of Mateship in the Age of White Australia Policy // Australia-South Asia: Contestations and Remonstrances.
(lecture,abstract,scientific).

5. Klepač, Tihana.
Mary Helena Fortune: Waif Wanderer or a cross-dresser with a mission? // .
(lecture,abstract,scientific).

6. Klepač, Tihana.
The Australian Girl as an innocuous companion of the New Woman // .
(lecture,abstract,scientific).

7. Klepač, Tihana.
Women, Romance and Romantic Nationalism in Dragojla Jarnević's Dva pira (Two Wedding Celebrations, 1864) and M. E. Francis's Dark Rosaleen (1917) // .
(lecture,abstract,scientific).

8. Klepač, Tihana.
Discourse of Difference: Rosa Campbell Praed’s My Australian Girlhood // .
(lecture,abstract,scientific).

9. Klepač, Tihana.
Description of nature as an act of anticipation: Australia in Rosa Campbell Praed's "My Australian Girlhood" // .
(lecture,abstract,scientific).

10. Klepač, Tihana.
Susanna Moodie's Roughing it in the Bush: A Female Contribution to the Creation of an Imagined Canadian Community // .
(lecture,abstract,scientific).

11. Klepač, Tihana.
Femininity vs. Australianness: The Case of Ada Cambridge // Dis/Solutions: The Future of the Past in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific.
(lecture,abstract,scientific).

12. Klepač, Tihana.
Worlding of Space - James Cook's Travel Writing // .
(lecture,abstract,scientific).
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  Dissertations
 

1. Klepač, Tihana.
Storykeepers: Australian Myth in the Works of Henry Lawson and Barbara Baynton / doctoral thesis.
Zagreb : Filozofski fakultet, 20.01. 2010., 363 pages. Mentor: Gjurgjan, Ljiljana Ina.
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  Other papers
 

1. Klepač, Tihana.
Robert Weimann: Representation and Division in Early Modern Culture, 2006.
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  Books translation
 

1. From costume to costume design. Croatian Costume Design / Bakal, Ivana, editor(s).
Zagreb : ULUPUH, 2015 (monograph).

2. Petranović, Martina.
From costume to costume design. Croatian theatre costume design .
Zagreb : ULUPUH, 2015 (monograph).

3. Petranović, Martina.
Recognizably different – costume designer Ika Škomrlj .
Zagreb : ULUPUH, 2014 (monograph).

4. Recognizably different – costume designer Ika Škomrlj / Bakal, Ivana, editor(s).
Zagreb : ULUPUH, 2014 (monograph).

5. Recognizably different – costume designer Ika Škomrlj / Bakal, Ivana; Petranović, Martina, editor(s).
Zagreb : ULUPUH, 2014 (monograph).
Vrh
 
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