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- 209Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies
- 2Department of Anthropology
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- 2Alibrahim, Bashair
- 2Boivin, Jennifer
- 2Guyot, Adrien
- 2Lesiv, Mariya, 1978-
- 2Sembaliuk Cheladyn, Larisa N
- 1Abdolmaleki, Kara
- 12Malena, Anne (Modern Languages and Cultural Studies)
- 5Pogosjan, Jelena (Modern Languages and Cultural Studies)
- 4Nedashkivska, Alla (Modern Languages and Cultural Studies)
- 4Rao, Sathya (Modern Languages and Cultural Studies)
- 4Smith-Prei, Carrie (Modern Languages and Cultural Studies)
- 3Cobb, Russell (Modern Languages and Cultural Studies)
While there have been many studies devoted to the Gothic in European and American Romantic literatures, it has remained largely overlooked in Ukrainian criticism up to now, mostly, due to political reasons. Firstly, this genre was mostly excluded from the Soviet canon as something that was...
The dissertation traces the evolution of dominant environmental imaginations of the Latin American plains as depicted in literary texts. It offers the close readings of texts in various genres, targeting the descriptions of plains geographies. I argue in favour of establishing an epistemology of...
The Use of Discourse Markers in Argumentative Compositions by Learners of Spanish as a Foreign LanguageDownload
The role of discourse markers in determining the quality of compositions has received increasing attention in the literature on second language learning. The present study investigates the use of discourse markers in compositions by students of Spanish as a foreign language, a topic that, so far,...
Abstract This study attempts to provide a literary analysis of some of the most popular contemporary Orthodox bestsellers in an effort to discuss their literary and cultural values and to explain their widespread appeal, focusing on historical, social and political concern that inform the...
The "mulata affect" may be understood as the repetitive process and movement of power and affect qualified in the mulata image over time. Through a lens of affect theory this study seeks to analyse how the mulata image in Cuba has historically been affected by, and likewise affected, cultural...
Following advancements in linguistics in the 1950s and 1960s, second language teaching and research became dominated by the notion that a second language could be learned as naturally as the first, without explicit grammar instruction. This natural or communicative approach, though improving...