Tihana Klepač is a teaching assistant at the English Department, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb. She teaches courses in 19th-century Australian literature and British 20th-century drama to undergraduate students. She has published papers on 19th-century white settler literature of Australia and life writing, both in Croatian and in international literary journals. She has co-edited Irish Mirror for Croatian Literature: theoretical assumptions, literary comparisons, reception with Ljiljana Ina Gjurgjan. She is an Endeavour Reasearch Award Alumni. She is a memeber of the Croatian Philological Society (HFD), Croatian Society for the Study of English (HDAS), European Association for Studies of Australia (EASA) and the International Australian Studies Association (INASA).
. Grgas, Stipe, Tihana Klepač, Martina Domines Veliki (ur.): English Studies from Archives to Prospects: Volume 1 - Literature and Cultural Studies,
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016
. · Gjurgjan, Ljiljana Ina/Klepač, Tihana (ur.): Irsko ogledalo za hrvatsku književnost: teorijske pretpostavke, književne usporedbe, recepcija, Zagreb: FFPress, 2007.
. " The Australian Girl as an Innocuous Companion of the New Woman", English Studies from Archives to Prospects, Volume I - Literature and Cultural Studies u: Grgas, Stipe, Tihana Klepač, Martina Domines Veliki (ur.)., Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016, 134-150.
· „Discourse of difference: Rosa Campbell Praed’s My Australian Girlhood, Brno Studies in English, 37 (2011); 2; 111-125
· „Dijete izgubljeno u šikari: australski nacionalni identitet u romanu Takav je život Josepha Furphyja“ ; Umjetnost riječi, LIV (2010), 3-4; 175-200
· „Zbilja je odraz jezika ili orječivanje australskog kontinenta“, Književna smotra, XLI (2009), 153(3); 11-22
Full bibliography: http://bib.irb.hr/lista-radova?autor=269073