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Childhood forms the basis for a lifetime of ecological interaction. Due to many contemporary ecological challenges, including the threat of climate change, children today grow up with complex relationships to the environment. However, there remains relatively little scholarship on recent novels...
Investigating the connections between changes in language learning beliefs and their connections with student interactions while abroad, the researcher conducted semi-structured interviews with five alumni and one professor who attended a college situated in Switzerland. The researcher analyzed...
CARREFOURS RHIZOMATIQUES DE L’ÉCRITURE DANS LE THÉÂTRE DE WAJDI MOUAWAD LE SANG DES PROMESSES ET SEULSDownload
At the crossroad of themes and cultures, Wajdi Mouawad's writing combines an array of artistic genres ranging from the ancient myth to most contemporary techniques of performance. Among the writing of this playwright, dramaturge, stage director and actor, we have chosen to study four plays...
‘Comic Studies’ is an ever-evolving field including approaches ranging from documenting comic book growth and its history, to perspectives in critical theory. Even with this rich diversity in comic-subject matter, there are a surprising few who have focused on how cultural studies and...
According to David Damrosch, world literature is a locus of negotiation between a source culture and a host culture, and a “space defined in many ways by the host culture’s national tradition and the present needs of its own writers” (What Is World Literature? 283). Damrosch also notes that “more...
For many, translation begins and ends with the book on the shelf; it is often thought to be the end product of a simple process of linguistic transfer between languages, completed by someone who simply has knowledge of both languages. However, this hardly captures the nature of translation and is...
Being German versus doing German: How pre-sojourn learners of German in Jordan construct and subvert ethnic identity through knowledge displaysDownload
This study examines how knowledge displays reflect the way students of German at a university in Jordan position themselves vis-à-vis German identity in the semester prior to studying abroad. It may be tempting to assume that language learners desire some degree of target culture membership, but...