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Paulauskienė, Ph.D.


From: Lithuania

At LCC Since: 2010

Key Areas

  • American Literature after 1837
  • Television Studies
  • Trauma and Memory


Started her academic career in the newly re-established Vytautas Magnus University in Kaunas in 1991. Received her Doctorate degree in English from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2003. She has been active in multiple scholarly forums, EAAS, NAAS, AJS, Nordic Summer University and AAL, and is a recipient of many fellowships, including Fulbright Visiting Scholar’s at UC Berkeley in 2016.


The Storytelling Human: Lithuanian Tradition Today. Ed. Lina Būgienė. Trans. Karla Gruodis. Boston: Academic Studies Press, 2020. xvii, 260 pp. Bibliography. Glossary. Index. Illustrations. Photographs. $109.00, hard bound. Slavic review, 81(3), p. 786-788.

LCC author(s): Aušra Paulauskienė, Ph.D.

Slavic review, 81(3), p. 786-788. , 2022.

Kraniauskas, L., Kraniauskienė, S., & Paulauskienė, A. (2018). Urban Space, Festivals, and Consumption: Sociological Reflections on Two Festivals in Post-Soviet City.

LCC author(s): Aušra Paulauskienė, Ph.D.

Other author(s): Kraniauskas, L., Kraniauskienė, S.

Kultura i edukacja, (2(120)), 9-36., 2018.

How Ántonia Became “My” Ántonia: the “New” Immigrant Woman as a Model American.

LCC author(s): Aušra Paulauskienė, Ph.D.

In the Country of Lost Borders: New Critical Essays on My Antonia. Ed. Stéphanie Durrans (p. 145-161).. Paris: Presses Universitaires de Paris Nanterre., 2017.

Lost and Found: The Discovery of Lithuania in American Fiction.

LCC author(s): Aušra Paulauskienė, Ph.D.

Rodopi: Amsterdam & New York, 2007., 2007.