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Timo Wegner'I want to be stereotyped, I want to be classified': Early 1980s Hardcore Punk in CaliforniaMayer
MA 2016

Daniel Fokken

Between Dystopian Novel and Bildungsroman: Genre and Social Criticism in The Hunger Games 

 

Groß               BA 2016

Leevke Germer

Materialism and Object Culture in The Great Gatsby

 

Mayer             BA 2016

Nina Klisch

The Representation of Gay Desire in Mainstream Hollywood Melodramas

 

Mayer          MEd 2016

Henrike Kabus

Surviving Abuse and Trauma in Marvel's Jessica Jones: The Construction of a 'Broken Heroine'

 

Mayer             BA 2016

Olga Rebin

Eva Hoffmann's Lost in Translation: Revising Jewish-American Immigrant Literature

 

Mayer             BA 2016

Wiebke Theis

Reformed Rakes: Functions of Male Seducers in 18th-Century Seduction Novels

 

Mayer             BA 2016

Marlene Voges

HIV/AIDS and Mainstream Cinema: Jonathan Demme's Philadelphia

 

Mayer             BA 2016

Samira-Susannn Schwabedissen

Utopia or Dystopia. World-Building and Social Systems in Suzanne Collins's The Hunger Games

Soller
BA 2016

Michael BockSpoiler Alert! Narrative Experience and Fandom Netiquette in Contemporary Television CultureGroß
BA 2016
Lisa Marie OldenburgWho-Ville. The Construction and Significance of a Miniature WorldSoller
BA 2016
Nils HenkeWorld-Building in George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and FireGroß
BA 2016
Anna-Lena OldehusQueer Spaces: Violence and Gender Norms in Junot Díaz's The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar WaoMayer
MA 2015
Anna-Kathrin RybandtSteven Spielberg’s The Color Purple: Narrating Slavery in Twentieth-Century CinemaMayer
BA 2015
Paula Müsse'Faster, fatter, bigger, cheaper': The Representation of the American Food Industry in Food Inc.Groß
BA 2015
Julia SchmedesMoral Disengagement in HomelandMayer
MA 2015
Lilly Roll-NaumannTranscending the Borders of the Body: Corporeality in Siri Hustvedt's What I LovedGroß
BA 2015
Andreas Merokis'The first thing we ask is: what do we want people to feel?': Apple and Hip ConsumerismGroß
BA 2015
Anna-Lena EffenbergerChanging Perceptions of Gender Performativity in Suzanne Collins' The Hunger GamesGroß
BA 2015
Christiane Kluge'And the world has somehow shifted': From the Angel in the House to the Modern Heroine in Disney Animation FilmsGroß
BA 2015
Aida JalaneshTransgressive Models of Femininity in Nineteenth Century Vampire FictionMayer
BA 2015
Ralf DrotleffRepresenting American Culture in Grand Theft Auto IVGroß
BA 2015
Daniel BaßeThe Power of Images in the Representation of Race: Spike Lee's BamboozledMayer               
BA 2015
Leon ReymannFrankenstein's Monster; Or the Modern Human. A Critical Analysis of Frankenstein's Philosophical IdeologyMayer
BA 2015
Franziska GrasslConstructions of Race: The Representation and Development of Whiteness in the TV Series Game of ThronesMayer               
BA 2015
Franziska WustGendered Connotations of Place and Space in Selected Short Fiction of Late Nineteenth Century Women WritersMayer               
BA 2015
Carina Bellmann'Almost there': Race ad Gender in Disney's The Princess and the Frog Mayer              
BA 2015
Anne Hildebrandt'Atrocious Lusts': Homosexual Desire in 19th Century Vampire Fiction Mayer              
BA 2015
Meike WenzelThe Invention of Ethnicity: The Pennsylvania DutchMayer              
MA 2015
Annabel FriedrichsGreen for All? The Performance of Class in New York City's Central Park and the High LineGroß
BA 2015
Torben OttoBreaking Bad and Masculinity - An Analysis of a Male-Centered SeriesGroß
BA 2015
Vincent Franklin Sitcommercialization in The Big Bang Theory Mayer                 MA 2015
Svenja Kruse The Rise and Fall of David Levinsky: Americanization in Abraham Cahan's NovelMayer                 BA 2015
Mareike BorgstedtBetween Myth and Reality: Generational Developments in Nigerian Diaspora Literature Mayer                 BA 2015
Valentina Ukhatkina Becoming Black: Race and Authenticity in Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's AmericanahMayer                 BA 2015