Book Chapters (Modern Languages and Cultural Studies)
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Discordant Identities and Disjunctive Authority in a Perverse Narrative: Julieta Campos’ Tiene los cabellos rojizos y se llama SabinaDownload
Introduction: In The Spanich American Regional Novel: Modernity and Autochthony, Carlos Alonso argues that the movement away from modernity became discursively and politically institutionalized as a continual search for identity that provided that foundation for an intrinsically Spanish American...
Joanne Heckbert, Sathya Rao, Deanna Kibap, Lauren Paquin, Rebecca Nachtingall, Rose Eberlein, Heidy Jose, Rusti Biebert, Sylvia Antoniuk, Merna Rachid, Erika Buhler, Karissa McNutt, John Kunicki, Margot Murray, Gunjot Kohli, Vincent Huynh, Gabrielle Fournell
Comprehensive glossary of French reading terms compiled by Joanne Heckbert and translated by FREN 454 students under the guidance of Sathya Rao. This project was part of a Community Service-Learning translation project completed for the Learning Disabilities Association of Alberta.
Mapping Out a Treacherous Terrain: Working at the Crossroads of Autobiographical Studies and Inter-American Literary StudiesDownload
What does it mean to do autobiographical studies within the realm of Inter-American studies? What does it mean to study the story of a self within the context of such a huge terrain—geographic, cultural, linguistic, ethnic? In this chapter I look briefly at two Indigenous bilingual texts from...
Introduction: I can trade an interest in mothers and daughters throughout my academic career, from my undergraduate thesis as an English major on the development of the maternal role in the novels of Jane Austen to a later dissertation proposal on mothers and daughters in the novels of...