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Danica Cerce Danica Cerce i(A90756 works by) (a.k.a. Danica Cace; Danica Čerče)
Born: Established: 1938
Ex Yugoslavia,
Eastern Europe, Europe,
Gender: Female
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Danica Cerce has taught at the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia.

Most Referenced Works


  • Conference papers

    • Generating Alternative Worlds: the Indigenous Protest Poetry of Romaine Moreton'. Anglistics and the Century of Change: a tribute of 90 years of English studies and Slovenia, Faculty of Arts, Department of English, Ljubljana,11-12 December 2009.
    • 'The Social Protest and Beyond and Australian Indigenous Poetry: Romaine Moreton's The callused stick of wanting'. Dis/solutions: The Future of the Past and Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific, 10th Biennial EASA Conference, Universitat de les Illes Balears, 11 -25 September 2009.
    • 'The Main Thematic Current and Rimfire: the Poetry of Australian Indigenous authors Romaine Moreton, Alf Taylor and Michael J. Smith'. Meeting of the American Association of Australian Literary Studies, Calgary, Canada 26-29 February 2009.
    • 'Romaine Moreton and Alf Taylor: Local or Global Poets?'. 35th Southern Comparative Literature Association Conference: "Translating and Mapping: Rethinking Literature and the Age of Globalization", Arizona State University, Arizona, 1-3 Oct 2009.
    • 'Strategies of Forgetting and Global Concerns and the Poetry of Romaine Moreton and Alf Taylor'. 12 Biennal Conference, Klagenfurt University, Austria, 30 Sept - 2 Oct 2010.
    • 'Writers and their translators: Sally Morgan and Doris Pilkington and Slovene Translation'. Literature and Translation Conference, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, 11-12 July 2011.
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