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UNIVERSITATEA DIN CRAIOVA

FACULTATEA DE LITERE
ŞCOALA DOCTORALĂ ,,AL. PIRU"

Conducător ştiinŃific: prof. univ. dr. IOANA MURAR

TEMATICA DOCTORAT 2010-2011

1. A pragmatic analysis framework for the description of modality in a scientific (or literary/
technical/ legal, etc.) text.
2. A cognitive approach to phrasal verbs
3. A lexico-semantic analysis of verb-particle constructions/ phrasal verbs
4. The discourse of (newspaper, etc.) advertising
5. Linguistic features of specialized discourse (e.g. economic/political/legal, etc)
6. The theory and practice of translation (aspects of translation in different fields and
registers: legal, business, scientific English, etc.)
7. Grammar and the spoken language: a corpus-based analysis
8. Phraseological Units in literary discourse/ business press/ advertising, etc.
9. English and Romanian phraseology in contrast

BIBLIOGRAFIE RECOMANDATĂ

Baker, M. 1997. In Other Words. London & New York: Routledge.


Bâră, Elena. 1994. Aspects of Modality in English. Bucureşti: TUB
Bell, R.T. 1991. Translation and translating. London: Longman.
Biber, D., Conrad, S., & Leech, G. (2002). Longman Student Grammar of Spoken and Written
English. Essex: Pearson Education Limited.
Bolinger, Dwight. (1971). The Phrasal Verb in English. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard
University Press.
Brown, Gillian and Yule, George. 1989. Discourse Analysis. Cambridge: CUP.
Carter, Ronald and McCarthy, Michael, Cambridge Grammar of English: A Comprehensive
Guide, Cambridge, CUP, 2006.
ChiŃoran, D. and Cornilescu, A. 1986. Elements of English Sentence Pragmatics. Bucureşti:
TUB.
Cowie, A.P. (d.) 998. Phraseology: Theory, Analysis and Application. Oxford: OUP
Downing, Angela and Locke, Philip, A University Course in English Grammar, London/
New York, Routledge, 2002.
Fernando, C. 1996. Idioms and Idiomaticity. Oxford: OUP
Greenbaum, S., and Quirk, R. 1990. A Student’s Grammar of the English Language. London:
Longman,
Hatim, B., Mason, I. 1997. The translator as Communicator. London: Routledge.
Lakoff, G., and Johnson, M. 1980. Metaphors we Live By. Chicago: University of
Chicago Press
Leech, Geoffrey. 1983. Principles of Pragmatics. London: Longman.
Lyons, J. 1995. Linguistic Semantics. Cambridge: CUP.
Mey, J. L. 1993. Pragmatics: An Introduction. Oxford: Blackwell.
Moon, R. 1998. Fixed Expressions and Idioms in English: A Corpus-Based Approach.
Oxford: OUP
Newmark, P. 1988. A Textbook of Translation. Prentice Hall International (UK)
UNIVERSITATEA DIN CRAIOVA
FACULTATEA DE LITERE
ŞCOALA DOCTORALĂ ,,AL. PIRU"

Conducător ştiinŃific: prof. univ. dr. FELICIA BURDESCU


TEMATICA DOCTORAT 2010-2011

1. Shakespeare, the Early Poet of the Sonnets


2. Modernity Outside GB in Conrad (Heart of Darkness vs. Lord Jim)
3. On Love Philosophy of Life vs Art in DH Lawrence’s Works
4. Distopia in Golding’s Lord of the Flies
5. The Shakespearean Resonance in Murdoch’s The Sea, The Sea
6. Purple Power in the Scarlett Letter – On Hawthornian Aesthetics
7. Hemingway – The Existentialist Writer of America
8. Acting vs. Directing in T. William’s Poetic Drama
9. J.Updike’s Fiction-Archetypes Into Modernity

BIBLIOGRAFIE RECOMANDATĂ

Burdescu, Felicia. Masters of the 20th Century British Literature, Universal Dalsi, Bucuresti,
2003
Burdescu, Felicia. Tracing American Literature, Scrisul Romanesc, Craiova, 2004
Burdescu, Felicia. Masters Of American Literature, Universal Dalsi, Bucuresti, 2003
Bahtin, Mihail. Probleme de literatura si estetica, Univers, Bucuresti, 1982
Sanders, Andrew. The Short Oxford History Of English Literature, OUP, 1994
Eliott, Emory. Columbia Literary History of the United States, Columbia U P, NY 1988
Lakoff, G, Johnson. M Metaphores We Live By, Chicago, UP, Chicago,1980
Brown, G Yule. G Discourse Annalysis, CUP, 1989
Zuckert, Catherine H. Postmodern Platos, Chicago U P, Chicago & London, 1996
Hutchon, Linda. A Poetics of Postmodernism, Routledge, NY, 1988
UNIVERSITATEA DIN CRAIOVA
FACULTATEA DE LITERE
ŞCOALA DOCTORALĂ ,,AL. PIRU"

Conducător ştiinŃific: prof. univ. dr. EMIL SÎRBULESCU

TEMATICĂ DOCTORAT 2010-2011

I. SHAKESPEARE, THE RENAISSANCE, AND BEYOND


1. Reviewing the Renaissance and Its Literature
2. Shakespeare and Renaissance Europe
3. Shakespeare and Race
4. Multicultural Shakespeare
5. Shakespearean Adaptations

II. AMERICAN LITERATURE AND THE CHALLENGE OF ETHNICITY


1. Ethnicity and Literary Form
2. The Other as a Literary Character
3. Patterns and Voices of the Harlem Renaissance
4. The Neo-Realism of Black Women Writing
5. Proletarian Literature and the New Negro Writer

III. ENGLISH LITERATURE – LITERATURES IN ENGLISH


1. Feminism and Postcolonialism
2. Hybridity
3. Orientalism: Representations of the East
4. Ethnography, Otherness and (Post-) Colonial literature
5. The Savage in (Post-) Colonial Literature

BIBLIOGRAFIE RECOMANDATĂ

I. SHAKESPEARE, THE RENAISSANCE, AND BEYOND


Stephen Greenblatt, General Editor. The Norton Shakespeare (Based on the Oxford Edition). (New
York, London: W. W. Norton & Company, 1997).
Stanley Wells and Gary Taylor, editors. The Oxford Shakespeare: The Complete Works. (Oxford:
Clarendon Press, 1995).
Sîrbulescu, Emil. European Cultural Landmarks. (Craiova: Editura Universitaria, 2006).
Sîrbulescu, Emil. Shakespeare and the Literature of the Renaissance. (Craiova: Editura Universitaria,
2004).
Wells, Stanley. Shakespeare and Co. (London: Penguin Books, 2007).

II. AMERICAN LITERATURE AND THE CHALLENGE OF ETHNICITY


Bell, Bernard W. The Afro-American Novel and Its Tradition (Amherst: The University of
Massachusetts Press, 1987).
Gates, Henry Louis Jr., ed. The Norton Anthology of African-American Literature (New York: W. W.
Norton & Company, 1997).
_____, The Signifying Monkey: A Theory of Afro-American Literary Criticism ((New York: Oxford
University Press, 1988).
Sîrbulescu, Emil. Cartea care vorbeşte: Introducere în romanul afro-american (Craiova: Scrisul
Românesc, 1999).
Werner Sollors, Beyond Ethnicity: Consent and Descent in American Culture (New York: Oxford
University Press, 1986).

III. ENGLISH LITERATURE – LITERATURES IN ENGLISH


Spivak, Gayatri Chakravorty. A critique of postcolonial reason: toward a history of the vanishing
present. (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1999).
Ashcroft, B., G Griffiths and H Tiffin. Post-Colonial Studies: The Key Concepts. (London: Routledge,
2003).
Ashcroft, Bill. Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin. Eds. The Post-Colonial Reader. (London: Routledge,
1995).
Said, Edward. Orientalism. (New York et al: Penguin Books, 1978).
Sara Mills. Discourses of difference: an analysis of women’s travel writing and colonialism. (London:
Routledge, 1991).