Honours Theses (Modern Languages and Cultural Studies)
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- 1Ana Isabel Oliveira e Silva Bandeira de Melo
- 1Arzt, Jessica
- 1Belcourt, Billy-Ray
- 1Cavanagh, Brendan
- 1Cody Ritter
- 1Elana Svenningsen
- 117th century France, 19th century Germany, 1950s United States of America
Submitted on April 26, 2011 in fulfillment of the degree of BA Honours Romance Languages; Supervisor: Dr. William Anselmi
Since the 1990s, the rise of digital media has greatly changed our understanding of how language operates through the ever shifting media for text. Many of the early digital hypertext theorists such as Lev Manovich, George Landow, and Ted Nelson have defined hypertext largely in opposition to...
Abriendo puertas al ‘genio’ femenino: la obra de la artista contemporánea española, Celia Cuesta RosalesDownload
Submitted on May 30, 2012 in fulfillment of the degree of BA Honours Romance Languages; Supervisor: Dr. Marisa Bortolussi
Submitted in fulfillment of the degree of BA Combined Honors in Scandinavian Studies and History and Classics; Supervisors: Dr. Natalie Van Deusen and Dr. Kelly MacFarlane
Asian Panethnicity in North America: How Pan-Asian Grocery Stores and Food Blogs Build Pan-Asian Culture
Asian Panethnicity in North America: How Pan-Asian Grocery Stores and Food Blogs Build Pan-Asian CultureDownload
Living in highly globalized societies, it is becoming popular for individuals to form relationships and affinities with external sources of culture that are not from their own biological ethnicity, which troubles traditional definitions of identity. The concept of panethnicity, where various...
Immigration is a common worldwide phenomenon which has profound effects on an individual’s cultural identity. Indeed, the shift from one culture to another has significant and unexpected consequences for an individual. My essay explores the issues of cultural identity in the context of Polish...
Böll's 'Violence-Relationship': On the Implication of Subjectivity for the Interpretation and Judgement of FormsDownload
Submitted on May 5, 2011 in fulfillment of the degree of BA Honours German; Supervisor: Dr. Carrie Smith-Prei
Concision vs. Precision: Analysis of the French Translation of the Film The Adventures of Tintin by Steven Spielberg
Concision vs. Precision: Analysis of the French Translation of the Film The Adventures of Tintin by Steven SpielbergDownload
This article analyses the methods used in the French translation of the animation The Adventures of Tintin by Steven Spielberg. The French translation of this film includes subtitling and dubbing. I will use Katharina Reiß’s framework to analyze and evaluate the quality of this work. Both the...