Osini, Massimiliano. Il Nuovo Gotico nei romanzi
di Ian McEwan. Università di Parma, Faculty of Letters
and Philosophy, 1987-1988.
Sabadin, Maria. The Cement Garden by Ian McEwan.
University of Bologna, Faculty of Letters and Philosophy, 1988-89.
Dufrene-Meur, Nadine. L'univers imaginaire dans
l'oeuvre d'Ian McEwan. Lille: A.N.R.T, Université de Lille
III, 1990 [Ph.D.].
Slay, Jack, Jr. A Prevailing Ordinariness: Society
and Interpersonal Relationships in the Fiction of Ian Mcewan.
The University of Tennessee, 1991. 293 p. [Ph.D.].
Norton, G. Sexuality and Sexual Politics in the
Writings of Martin Amis and Ian McEwan. Leeds, 1991. [M.A.].
Erba, Paolo. La Narrativa di Ian McEwan Universita
degli Studi di Bergamo, Facolta di Lingue e Letteratura Straniere,
Lang, James Martin. Dialogues with History in
Post-War British Fiction. Northwestern University, 1997. 277 p.
(John Fowles, Jeanette Winterson, Ian Mcewan). [Ph.D.].
Seaboyer, Judith Ailsa. Second Death in Venice:
Cognitive Mapping in the Venetian Fictions of Jeanette Winterson,
Ian McEwan, and Robert Coover. University of Toronto, 1997. 255
Judith Ailsa Seaboyer. Second Death in Venice:
Cognitive Mapping in the Venetian Fictions of Jeanette Winterson,
Ian McEwan, and Robert Coover. University of Toronto, 1997.
Rüppel, Mag. Petra Vera. Bewußtsein, Sexualität
und Sprache: Zerstörte Kommunikation am Beispiel von Ian McEwan's
'Butterflies'. 1997. [Available for purchase online at www.grin.com].
Pigmei, Valentina. Le Metamorfosi del Corpo Nella
Narrativa di Ian McEwan. University of Bologna, Faculty of Letters
and Philosophy, 1998-1999.
Gilbert, Luciana Gottardi. Through the Eyes of
a Child: Metaphors for Imagination in Elsa Morante and Ian Mcewan.
(Ph.D.) The Pennsylvania State University, 1999. 236 p.
Maurel, Claire. A Study of Enduring Love by Ian
McEwan. Universite Michel de Montaigne, June 1999.
Kong, Kim-Por, Paul. The Child in Time: Postmodern
Representations of Childhood in the Novels of Ian McEwan. University
of Hong Kong, 1999 [Thesis (M.A.)].
Käcks, Ralf. Vernon Halliday and the Judge:
Editorship and Newspaper Power in Ian McEwan's "Amsterdam". 1999.
[Available for purchase online at www.grin.com].
Le Barzic, David. La responsabilisation esthétique
dans l'uvre d'Ian McEwan. (Ph.D.) Université d'Angers,
2001. U.F.R. Lettres, Langues et Sciences Humaines. (View
more information about this thesis).
Payandeh, Hossein. Waking Nightmares: A Critical
Study of Ian McEwan's Novels. (Ph.D.) University of Sussex, England,
Rittig, Claudia. 'Black Dogs' by Ian McEwan.
2001. [Available for purchase online at www.grin.com].
Georgopoulou, Paraskevi. "Metafictional Elements
in Ian McEwan's Writing." MA Dissertation, University of Sussex,
Gauthier, Timothy S. Narrative Desire and Historical
Reparations: Three Contemporary British Authors. University of
Nevada, Las Vegas, 2003. [Ph.D., Discussion of Black Dogs].
Orth, Stephan. Ian McEwan's "Amsterdam": Ein
postmoderner Roman?. 2003. [Available for purchase online at www.grin.com].
Alden, Natasha. Reading Behind the Lines: Postmemory,
History and Narrative in the Novels of Graham Swift, Pat Barker, Adam
Thorpe and Ian McEwan. University of Oxford, 2006 [Ph.D.].
Hennessey, Colleen M. A Sacred Site: Family in
the Novels of Ian McEwan. Drew University, 2004 [Ph.D.].
Mauter, Eva Maria. Multiperspectival Narration
in Ian McEwan's Atonement. 2004. [Available for purchase online
Isherwood, Jennifer. Violence, Narrative and Community
after 9/11: A Reading of Ian McEwan's Saturday. Bowling Green
State University, 2006 [Thesis (M.A.) -- full
Schwering, Nathalie. "The Representation of
War in Ian McEwan's Atonement and Saturday". Johannes
Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Germany, 2006.
Djergovic-Joksimovic, Zorica. The Epistemology
of Evil in Ian McEwan's Novels. Faculty of Philosophy, University
of Novi Sad, Serbia, 2006. [Excerpt
available in .pdf, courtesy of the author].
Monegato, Emanuele. London 7/7 - Ian McEwan, Chris
Cleave e l'Ombra dell Torri. Università degli Studi di
Milano, Italia, Faculty of Humanities, 2006-2007.
Kirk, Joan Karen. The Journey of Individuation
in Ian McEwan's Saturday. Minnesota State University Moorhead,
Parry, Matthew Robert. Our Fictional Reality:
A Study of the Novels of Ian McEwan. Appalachian State University,
2007 [Thesis (M.A.)].
Slimak, Louis Jason. A Mind with a View: Cognitive
Ccience, Neuroscience, and Contemporary Literature. Akron, OH:
University of Akron, 2007 [Thesis (M.A.) -- full
Bradley, Suzanne M. Pervasive Perspectives: Gender
Relationships in the Fiction of Ian McEwan. Amherst College, 2008
[Thesis (B.A. with honors)].
Vipond, Laura. How to Read the Unreadable: A
Post-Structuralist Approach to the Works of Ian McEwan. University
of Edinburgh, Department of English Literature, Final Year Dissertation,
January 2008. [Available in .pdf, courtesy
of the author].
O'Hara, David K. Mimesis and the Imaginable Other:
Metafictional Narrative Ethics in the Novels of Ian McEwan (Ph.D.)
English Literature and Creative Writing, Bath Spa University, 2009.
[Excerpt available in
.pdf, courtesy of the author].
Rogstad, Rhiannon B. "Cruelty is a failure
of the imagination": Identity and Empathy in the Fiction of Ian
McEwan. University of Idaho, April 2009 [M.A.].
Courtney, Hannah. The
intensity of the event: the impact of Ian McEwan's distended moments
in Atonement, Saturday and On Chesil Beach.
University of New South Wales, 2010. [M.A.]
Orlandini, Erika. La dimensione teatrale in Atonement
di Ian McEwan (with a Translation from English to Italian of Kathleen
D'Angelo's To Make a Novel: The Construction of a Critical Readership
in Ian McEwan's Atonement). Università di Pisa, Facoltà
di Lingue e Letterature Straniere. Pisa, Italy, June 2010.
Angelini, Andrea. Dalla metropoli alla spiaggia
di Chesil: un'analisi topologica di Atonement, Saturday
e On Chesil Beach di Ian McEwan (From the metropolis
to Chesil beach: a topological analysis of Atonement, Saturday
and On Chesil Beach by Ian McEwan). Università Gabriele
d'Annuzio, Dipartimento di Scienze linguistiche e letterarie, Pescara,
Italy, 2011. [Ph.D. in English literature]
Bjørge, Stig."The elusive Henry Perone
- Science, literature and morality in Saturday by Ian McEwan".
NTNU, Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet, Trondheim, Norway.
Brijs, Anne Simonne. The Role of Letters in Ian McEwan’s Enduring Love, Atonement and Sweet Tooth. Faculty of Arts. University of Antwerp, Belgium. 2012-2013. [BA dissertation].
Ghadamkheir, Mani. Ian McEwan's Depiction of Human
Nature: An Evolutionary Literary Study of Atonement and Enduring Love.
Shahid Chamran University of Ahwaz, Iran, 2013. M.A. Thesis.
Nayebpour, Karam. Intramental Characterization in
Ian McEwan's Amsterdam and On Chesil Beach. Karadeniz Technical University
(KTU), Faculty of Letters. 2013-2014. [Ph.D.]
Dzikowska, Joanna , "Life Deconstructed and Reconstructed: Memories in Atonement and On Chesil Beach by Ian McEwan." University of Social Sciences, Warsaw, Poland. 2014. [MA thesis in English, faculty of English Philology; Read the Introduction and References.].
Rahimi, Rasool. "Terrors of Subjectivity: Melancholia and Revolt in Ian McEwan’s The Cement Garden." Shahid Beheshti University. Tehran, Iran. February 2015. [MA Thesis; Abstract]
Quillen, Ethan G. "Everything Is Fiction: An Experimental Study in the Application of Ethnographic Criticism to Modern Atheist Identity." University of Edinburgh. 2015. [PhD Thesis]