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Prof Ann Mc Culloch

School of Communication & Creative Arts

Principal Supervisor

2015
Leslie Hartley
Thesis entitled: When Fathers Murder Sons: Male Melancholy in Dostoyevsky, Mailer and Murakami.
Doctor of Philosophy, School of Communication & Creative Arts
2014
Roberta Shaw
Thesis entitled: Looking and aesthetics: Beyond literary representations of voyeurism..
Doctor of Philosophy, School of Communication & Creative Arts
2013
Rod Le Cudennec
Thesis entitled: A History of the Lie of Innocence: Sons who become Orphans.
Doctor of Philosophy, School of Communication & Creative Arts
2012
Virginia Murray
Thesis entitled: Twisted Things: Playing with Time.
Doctor of Philosophy, School of Communication & Creative Arts
Ewen Jarvis
Thesis entitled: The Library of the Seven Selves.
Doctor of Philosophy, School of Communication & Creative Arts
2011
David Ling
Thesis entitled: Mirrors of Ink: Borgesian Re-presentations.
Doctor of Philosophy, School of Communication & Creative Arts
2010
Samantha Young
Thesis entitled: Razing Red Square: Glasnost - its Political and Aesthetic Paradigm Shifts.
Doctor of Philosophy, School of Communication & Creative Arts
2009
Scott William Tyndale Rawlings
Thesis entitled: Literature and Environmental Ethics: A Dissensual Ecosophy.
Doctor of Philosophy, School of Communication & Creative Arts
2007
Josephine Scicluna
Thesis entitled: "Bye Bye the Appler¿.
Doctor of Philosophy, School of Communication & Creative Arts
2004
Patrick Van Der Werf
Thesis entitled: Owl Song: A Study in Tragedy.
Doctor of Philosophy, School of Communication & Creative Arts
2003
Anthony Hood
Thesis entitled: Far From Equilibrium: The Film Art of Terry Gilliam.
Doctor of Philosophy, School of Communication & Creative Arts
2002
Kim Vincs
Thesis entitled: Rhizome/ My Zone: The Production of Subjectivity in Dance.
Doctor of Philosophy, School of Communication & Creative Arts
2000
Garry Edward Lester
Thesis entitled: Kai Tai Chan: A Different Path.
Doctor of Philosophy, School of Communication & Creative Arts
George Michael Duke
Thesis entitled: Fictional Endstates.
Doctor of Philosophy, School of Communication & Creative Arts