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11.1.2010"A spring of love gushed from my heart, And I blessed them unaware." The Ancient Mariner´s Acceptance of the AbsurdKnezevic, Julia Elisabeth, 1977-
28.5.2010"All I Want Is Everything." Alice Munro's Lives of Girls and Women and Margaret Laurence's The DivinersŁozińska, Martyna, 1984-
9.5.2011"Banana-mania." Gender Politics in Yoshimoto Banana's Works and Contemporary JapanInga Mekkin Guðmundsdóttir Beck 1988-
9.5.2012"Bell-Shaped Flowers and Butterflies." Metaphor and Metafiction in Tim O'Brien's Vietnam War Stories The Things They CarriedSjöfn Holmsted Sigurðardóttir 1970-
16.1.2015"Blood and Piss, the Great British Cocktail." A Literary and Sociological Exploration of Football Hooliganism in the 1980s in John King's Novel The Football Factory and Bill Buford's Investigative Journalism in Among the ThugsAndri P. Guðmundsson 1991-
9.5.2012"Brutal only from a distance." War, sports and the limits of language in Don DeLillo's End ZoneIngibjörg Karlsdóttir 1971-
10.5.2016"Cult of the Apron." Gender Representation in Children’s LiteratureGuðrún Drífa Egilsdóttir 1988-
5.5.2015"Disorderly Order": The Grotesque and the Gothic as Forms of Caledonian Antisyzygy in James Hogg's The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner and Robert Louis Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.Júlíus Árnason 1984-
1.7.2011"Ég ætla að skíra mína kind Framtíð" : boðskapur íslenskra raunsæisbarnabókaNanna Andrea Jónsdóttir
9.9.2010"For better or worse, I am Canadian." Demand for Ethnic Recognition in Green Grass, Running Water by Thomas King and Obasan by Joy KogawaRakel Sigurðardóttir 1970-
7.9.2012"Frá mínom véom oc vǫngom." An examination of literary representations of the mythological figure of SkaðiWelschbach, Sarah, 1987-
20.1.2017"Frightening" Women's Road to Success in Caryl Churchill's Top GirlsFanney Benjamínsdóttir 1990-
10.5.2011"How lucky I am, Lady, not to be the knight you speak of." Sjálfsvitund og kyngervi í Sir Gawain and the Green KnightElín Edda Pálsdóttir 1988-
11.1.2010"I am not as good a girl as I ought to be." Fallen Women in Charles Dickens' David Copperfield and Oliver TwistUnnur Kjartansdóttir 1984-
9.5.2012"I don’t know nothink." Double standards and dual narration in Charles Dickens’ Bleak HouseKolbrún Ingimarsdóttir 1966-
10.5.2011"I'm not in the mood for a party tonight." The Orwellian Roots of the PinteresqueMagnús Teitsson 1972-
19.5.2009"It really won't do you know." Pros and Cons of the Creation and Success of C. S. Lewis’ The Lion, the Witch and the WardrobeEva Dögg Sveinsdóttir 1981-
8.5.2012"It's a catastrophe. Relax!" Orðræðugreining á ritdómum um Solar eftir Ian McEwanIngólfur Halldórsson 1988-
11.5.2015"Jeg kan ikke huske at vi noen gang ikke har vært venner." Analyse av Per Pettersons roman Jeg nekter, og oversettelse av tre kapittler fra bokenKristín Guðmundsdóttir 1943-
26.4.2018"Kärleken saknar genus" Karin Boyes kärleksdikterHugrún Rúnarsdóttir 1969-
8.5.2012"Little Women" in a Man's World: Louisa May Alcott's Life Reflected in Her WorkÓlafsson, Mary Catherine, 1985-
18.1.2011"Pip in the Pacific." Different Views on Fiction in Lloyd Jones's Mister PipKatrín Vilborgardóttir Gunnarsdóttir 1987-
10.5.2016"Some are Made to Scheme, and Some to Love." William Makepeace Thackeray's Presentation of Women in his Novel Vanity FairThelma Rut Elíasdóttir 1990-
9.5.2011"To Hide a Guilty Heart Through Life." Consequences of Matriarchy in Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter and Kate Chopin's The AwakeningBryndís Jóna Rúnarsdóttir 1980-
17.1.2019"We don't ask what a woman does - we ask whom she belongs to"Sigrún R. Schou Pálsdóttir 1976-