Claudia Ioana Doroholschi
Claudia Ioana Doroholschi
West University of Timisoara / Universitatea de Vest din Timisoara
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Exploring European writing cultures: Country reports on genres, writing practices and languages used in European higher education
O Kruse, M Chitez, B Rodriguez, M Castelló, H Gruber, F Sofianou-Mullen, ...
ZHAW Zürcher Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften, 2016
142016
Viena fin-de-siècle: politică şi cultură
CE Schorske, CI Doroholschi, I Ploeşteanu
Polirom, 1998
141998
Academic writing in Romania: a contrastive analysis of BA thesis introductions in Romanian and English
CD Dumitru Tucan Cristina Băniceru, Mirela-Ioana Borchin
Qvaestiones Romanicae, 331-344, 2012
8*2012
Educational genres in Eastern Europe: A comparison of the genres in the humanities departments of three countries
M Bekar, CI Doroholschi, O Kruse, T Yakhontova
Journal of Academic Writing 5 (1), 119-132, 2015
72015
University writing in Central and Eastern Europe: Tradition, transition, and innovation
M Chitez, CI Doroholschi, O Kruse, Ł Salski, D Tucan
Springer, 2018
52018
Institutional Writing Support in Romania: Setting Up a Writing Center at the West University of Timișoara
CI Doroholschi
University Writing in Central and Eastern Europe: Tradition, Transition, and …, 2018
22018
Viewing Trip: Point of View and Meaning in the Novels of Jeffrey Eugenides
CI Doroholschi
Romanian Journal of English Studies 6, 183-191, 2009
22009
Introduction: Understanding Academic Writing in the Context of Central and Eastern European Higher Education
CI Doroholschi, D Tucan, M Chitez, O Kruse
University Writing in Central and Eastern Europe: Tradition, Transition, and …, 2018
12018
Studying and developing local writing cultures: An institutional partnership project supporting transition in Eastern Europe’s Higher Education
O Kruse, M Chitez, M Bekar, CI Doroholschi, T Yakhontova
University writing in Central and Eastern Europe: Tradition, transition, and …, 2018
12018
WILLIAM MORRIS’S CHILD CHRISTOPHER AND GOLDILIND THE FAIR: MEDIEVALISM AND THE ANTI-NATURALISM OF THE 1890s
CI Doroholschi
BAS British and American Studies, 129-137, 2008
12008
writing for writing support
L Bercuci, M Chitez, C Doroholschi
11th Conference of the European Association for the Teaching of the Academic …, 2021
2021
MASCULINITY, PARODY AND PROPAGANDA IN THE “TRANSYLVANIANS” TRILOGY
CI DOROHOLSCHI
GENDER STUDIES 19 (1), 90, 2020
2020
The ‘Oceanic feeling’in Stephen Crane’s “The Open Boat” and ST Coleridge’s “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner”
CI Doroholschi
Review of International American Studies 7 (1), 151-162, 2014
2014
Off the Beaten Path: Ella D'arcy's Yellow Book Stories
CI Doroholschi
Romanian Journal of English Studies 1 (9), 210-223, 2012
2012
Masculinity and Sexuality in Stanley Kubrick's War Films
CI Doroholschi
UNESCO-CEPES, 171, 2010
2010
Weak authorities: authorship and meaning in the 1890s
CI Doroholschi
Kraków: Jagiellonian University Press, 2010
2010
NARRATIVE PERSPECTIVE AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF SPACE IN A CLOCKWORK ORANGE
C Doroholschi
Romanian Journal of English Studies, 2010
2010
GEORGE DU MAURIER’S TRILBY: NEW GOTHIC AND NEW WOMAN
CI Doroholschi
BAS British and American Studies, 219-225, 2005
2005
Disturbing Vision: the Novels of Janice Galloway
C Doroholschi
Romanian Journal of English Studies, 251-258, 2004
2004
Academic writing in Romania: a contrastive analysis of BA thesis introductions in Romanian and English1
CI DOROHOLSCHI, D TUCAN
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