Our Graduates

Name

Cycle

Thesis title

Ala Amjadi,
Maryam

2012-2015

Travel and Identity: Cross-Cultural Representations in Safavid Travel Texts (1505-1741)

Amelang, David J

2013-2016

Playgrounds: The Theatrical Landscape of Shakespeare’s London and Lope de Vega’s Madrid

Avxentevskaya, Maria

2011-2014

The Aesthetic Aspect of Knowledge Acquisition in the European Renaissance and Early Modern Period

Bakić, Jelena

2013-2016

The Price of Being an Outsider: Women Artists in Transcultural Contexts

Beider, Mikhail

2011-2014

On the Frontiers of Sacred Spaces: Judeo-Orthodox Relations in Early Modern Ruthenian Lands on the Example of Religious Proselytism and Apostasy

Caldari,
Valentina

2012-2015

The End of the Anglo-Spanish Match in Global Context, 1617-1624

De Rycker, Katharine

2011-2014

Recycling Pietro Aretino: The Posthumous Reputation of Europe's First Professional Writer

Hashem Abdel-Rahman Elsayed, Laila

2011-2014

Discourses on Emotions: Communities, Styles, and Selves in Early Modern Mediterranean Travel Books. Three Case Studies

Klein Käfer, Natacha

2013-2016

Rituals, Migrations, and Texts: German Charms in a Transcontinental Perspective

Leemans,
Annemie

2012-2015

Contextualizing Practical Knowledge in Early Modern Europoe

Nikolovska, Kristina

2011-2014

Registers of the Self: The Literature of the Orthodox Balkan Slavs during the Ottoman Period

Pascual
Noguerol, María
Cristina

2012-2015

The Buried Screams of Tenochtitlan: A Reconstruction of the Acoustics of a Cultural Encounter

Perez, Natália

2012-2015

Becoming Her Words: Contemporary Performances by Women from the 16th and 17th Centuries

Pranić, Martina

2011-2014

Four Fellows of Infinite Jest: Literary Representations of Folly in Four Early Modern European Cultures

Rowlatt, Linnéa Shekinah

2011-2014

A Godly Environment: Religious Views of Nature in Early Sixteenth-Century Strasbourg

Sousa Garcia, Tiago

2013-2016

Englishing The Lusiad: Richard Fanshawe's Translation of Os Lusíadas and Its Relations with the Contemporary English Political Context