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Colectivul de limba şi literatura engleză

PROPUNERI – LUCRĂRI DE LICENŢĂ 2019-2020

Studenții au dreptul de a-și alege dintre propunerile existente un subiect cât mai apropiat de interesele de cercetare proprii
sau de a propune coordonatorului o temă de cercetare proprie (aprobarea rămânând la latitudinea profesorului).

Acolo unde există mențiunea „nu mai sunt titluri disponibile,” subiectele au fost stabilite deja la inițiativa studenților.

Conf. Dr. Loredana Pungă Lect. Dr. Sorin Ciutacu


1. “Anglo-Saxon Attitudes. The History of the Teutonic
1. Adaptation in translating movie titles Idea in English
2. Metaphors in university lectures and seminars 2. Purism in English. Linguists and Their
3. English driven change of meaning of Romanian words Reconstructions
3. Purism in the Germanic Languages
Conf. Dr. Codruța Goșa 4. Contronyms
1. Dystopias in translation. The case of Margaret 5. Global English in Romania. A Case Study
Atwood's The Handmaid’s Tale 6. Global Semantic Shift. Evidence from European
2. Persuasive discourses in Facebook posts and their Languages
translation. The case of referendums 7. Phrasal Verbs and Their Germanic Models
3. Keeping and analysing research diaries 8. Iconicity and Language Change in English
4. The role of translation in teaching EFL
5. Understanding attitudes to BA paper writing Lect. Dr. Dana Crăciun
1. Fiction and Politics (or the Politics of Fiction) in…
Conf. Dr. Cristina Chevereșan (specific author/text(s) to be chosen by student)
Nu mai există titluri disponibile. 2. Conspiracy Narratives in Contemporary Fiction
(specific author/text(s) to be chosen by student)
Conf. Dr. Mihaela Cozma 3. Postmodernist Recyclings of Canonical Works (Mrs.
1. A Translational Approach to Cultural Elements in Dalloway/The Hours, Jane Eyre/Wide Sargasso Sea,
Specialized Texts Robinson Crusoe/Foe, etc.)
2. The Influence of the Cultural Factors on the 4. Representations of War in Modernist Poetry
Translation Norms 5. Personal and Collective Trauma in Mrs. Dalloway
3. Problems Raised by the Translation of the EU 6. The Fascination of the Day: Mrs. Dalloway and
Legislation Ulysses
4. Manifestations of Modality in the Media Discourse in 7. Deciphering the Palimpsest: Salman Rushdie’s The
Romanian vs. English Moor’s Last Sigh
5. Cultural Differences as Reflected by Idioms 8. East Meets West: Salman Rushdie’s Fiction
6. Genre and Translation 9. Giving a Voice to the Marginalised: Arundhati Roy,
7. Linguistic Features of Political Speeches: A The God of Small Things and/or The Ministry of Utmost
Translational Perspective Happiness
10. Historiographic Metafictions (various authors)
Conf. Dr. Luminița Frențiu

1. Translation errors
2. Politeness phenomena in political discourse
3. Translating the newspeak of the 21th century
4. Cultural features in the media discourse
5. Equivalence in translating advertisements
Lect. Dr. Claudia Doroholschi Lect. Dr. Aba-Carina Pârlog
1. ‘Unnatural’ narrative voices (first person plural, second
person) in... (specific focus and author/s are the student’s 1. Translating Drama: The Unnaturalness of Literary
choice) Language
2. Nature and the city in contemporary British/American 2. Translation and Technical Language - Subgenre
poetry (specific focus and author/s are the student choice) Terminology Problems
3. Literature and/or creative writing in the English 3. Applied Linguistics and Figurative Language: A
Language classroom (specific focus is the student’s Focus on Target Language
choice) 4. Difficulties in Translating Cultural Expressions
4. “Found” narratives: strategies of framing in Victorian 5. An Illusion of Reality: Tracy Chevalier’s Historical
literature Discourse
5. Material culture in the work of Charles Dickens 6. Peter Ackroyd’s Parallel Postmodern Narratives
6. Feedback practices in academic writing (specific focus 7. An Interdisciplinary Perspective on Jeanette
is student’s choice) Winterson’s Heterogeneous Stories
8. Postmodernity and Culture: John Fowles’ Imaginary
Lect. Dr. Eliza Filimon World
1. Translating nursery rhymes
2. Fairytale spin-offs Lect. Dr. Andreea Șerban
3. Film studies - the HORROR genre Nu mai există titluri disponibile.
4. Motivation in the classroom
Lect. Dr. Gabriela Tucan
Lect. Dr. Diana Mădroane
1. The Great Themes in Ernest Hemingway’s Short
General themes (to be narrowed down// focused on a
Fiction: Love, Loss, Wilderness, War
specific topic):
2. Fragmentation and New Voices in the Early 20th
1. The construction of identities in media discourse
Century American Short Fiction
(migrants, ethnic minorities, women, celebrities etc.)
3. The Sorrows and Consolations of Suburbia: John
2. The construction of identities in political discourse
Cheever and John Updike
(migrants, ethnic minorities, women etc.)
4. The American Dream in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The
3. Discursive features of traditional and new media genres
Great Gatsby
(news, editorials, talk shows, blogs etc.)
5. The Unreliable Narrator in The Catcher in the Rye by
4. The discourse of advertising (strategies of persuasion
J.D. Salinger
in advertising campaigns, identity construction etc.)
6. The Lost Generation and American Modernism
5. The discourse of television (reality TV shows, talk
7. Embracing the New - The Roaring Twenties
shows)
6. Media publics (online interpretive communities)
Lect. Dr. Cristina Băniceru
7. Discrimination in media discourse
Nu mai există titluri disponibile.
Lect. Dr. Valentina Mureșan
(Topics to be further discussed, narrowed down or Asist. Dr. Romanița Jumanca
changed with the student) 1. The discourse of fashion. Context and channels.
1. Decoding emoji in virtual communication 2. Political discourse. A linguistic approach
2. Identity construction in cartoons 3. Modality in English Rental Agreements
3. Conversational elements in social interaction 4. Subjectivity versus objectivity in political discourse.
4. Translation issues in cartoons 5. Back and front vowels in My Fair Lady
5. A new generation new skills (learner autonomy, digital 6. Active voice versus passive voice in sales agreements
competence, reflective thinking) and provisions
6. Teacher/student attitudes towards digital technology 7. Visual slogans. A linguistic approach
in/for the classroom
7. Gaming and language learning
8. Intercultural competence. A key competence to be
addressed by educational systems.