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- 2Boivin, Jennifer
- 2Longard, Jeffrey S
- 2Panenko, Svitlana
- 1Abdolmaleki, Kara
- 1Alexander, Katherine Vaughn
- 1Antoniuk, Darusia Zoriana.
- 8Malena, Anne (Modern Languages and Cultural Studies)
- 5Pogosjan, Jelena (Modern Languages and Cultural Studies)
- 4Smith-Prei, Carrie (Modern Languages and Cultural Studies)
- 3Cobb, Russell (Modern Languages and Cultural Studies)
- 3Lam, Yvonne (Modern Languages and Cultural Studies)
- 3Nedashkivska, Alla (Modern Languages and Cultural Studies)
Hedwig Dohm was an important German woman writer and feminist at the end of the nineteenth and the beginning of the twentieth century. For a long time, she was recognized mainly for being Katia Mann’s – wife of the famous German author Thomas Mann – grandmother. However, her own work has been...
This dissertation examines the sociolinguistic competence of French immersion graduates registered in the bilingual Bachelor of Science in nursing at the University of Alberta. More specifically, this research focuses on the stylistic norms required of these students to better treat their...
Spanish Heritage Speakers and Second Language Learners in Mixed Classrooms: Perceptions of Students and InstructorsDownload
Heritage speakers and second language learners (L2) are enrolled together in many Spanish classes in North American universities. These groups have differing language abilities, motivations and needs, and being in the same class could represent a challenge for them. The purpose of this study is...
Abnormal death memorials are unofficial cenotaphs and burial places located in public space. They mark the sites of sudden tragic death and, therefore, include roadside memorials – an internationally spread phenomenon that is a relatively new topic in the Folkloristics scholarship. This study is...
Project SUCH (Save the Ukrainian Canadian's Heritage) was conducted in the summers of 1971 and 1972 in the provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario. Young, largely untrained fieldworkers were tasked with interviewing Ukrainian pioneers in the target areas about their immigration...
The goal of this dissertation is to legitimize and to bolster the validity of an intuitive epistemology. By using Léopold Sédar Senghor’s “Revolution of 1889” as the foundation for deeper consideration of a movement towards an intuitive epistemology, I not only consider the meaning of intuition...
This project focuses on the history and process of translating and publishing selected Anglophone Nigerian novels into French, with a special focus on elements of hybridity. The corpus consists of novels written by canonical and non-canonical, male and female Nigerian authors in the years after...
This dissertation is an attempt to explain how Tarkovsky uses paintings of famous artists such as Andrei Rublev, Pieter Bruegel, Leonardo da Vinci, and Piero della Francesca in order to address the question of cinematic temporality and spirituality in his films. The dissertation expands on what...
The study of translation of children’s literature is a recent phenomenon. The goal of this study is to explore the extent to which a translator needs to accommodate a child reader by making the text conform to the target culture. I examine two mainstream dual theories: “domestication”, which...
Echoes and Oscillations: Poetics, Public Intellectualism, and Contemporary Literature in the Work of Juli ZehDownload
Since the publication of her debut novel in 2001, German author Juli Zeh has established herself as an important figure within the landscape of contemporary German-language literature. Echoes and Oscillations: Poetics, Public Intellectualism, and Contemporary Literature in the Work of Juli Zeh...