Ewelina Bańka


Prace magisterskie
  • Forensic Imagination in Investigative Journalism
  • The Fight for Human Rights in Contemporary Mexican-American Literature
  • The Changing Figure of the Detective in Contemporary American Literature and Fiction.
  • Place in Native American Culture And Literature: Simon J. Ortiz's Woven Stone, Joy Harjo's How We Became Humans, N. Scott Momaday's In the Presence of the Sun.
  • Obsession as the Primary Motif in the Life and Work of Patricia Highsmith
  • The Motif of the Road in Cormac McCarthy's Fiction
  • The Aesthetics of Serial Killing and Serial Killers in American Literature
  • The Role of Place in the American Southwestern Women's Literature
  • Investigation as a Struggle of Reason and Emotions in Detective Fiction of American Romanticism.
  • Documenting Chicano Borderland Experience in the Works of Louis Alberto Urrea
  • Psychological Thriller and Its Film Adaptations


Prace magisterskie
  • Madness in America of the 1950s and 1960s in the Works of Ken Kesey, Sylvia Plath and Susanna Kaysen


Prace magisterskie
  • The Death of the Myth of the Old West on the Basis of Cormac McCarthy's Border Trilogy.
  • The Construction of Identity in Contemporary Caribbean-American Fiction
  • Representations of the Black Female Body in the Works of Toni Morrison, Alice Walker, and Gayl Jones.
  • In Search of America: The Journey Motif in John Steinbeck’s Fiction
  • The Socio-cultural Landscape of America in the Post-World War I American Fiction.
  • Challenging the Borders: Towards the Construction of a Postbellum Mindset in the Works of Harper Lee, William Faulkner and Flannery O’Connor