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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 study is a replication of a previous study done by Atterer & Ladd (2004) looking at the prosodic contours of English and German bilinguals. Atterer & Ladd (2004) showed that segmental anchoring of prenuclear rising accents occurs in both English and German, but speakers of these languages...
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.
Revealing Representations: An Intersectional Analysis of Autobiography and Women of Colour in Francophone ComicsDownload
This inquiry focuses on the diverse representations of marginalized women’s experiences in the texts of Francophone comics or la bande dessinée. This project and its goals are twofold. First, it is about understanding explicit and implicit messages conveyed in contemporary autobiographical French...
Submitted in fulfillment of the degree of BA Honors in Spanish and Latin American Studies; Supervisor: Dr. Russell Cobb
The Technologies of MEAT
Following the 2012 capture of Luka Magnotta in Berlin, Thomas Bo Nilsson started to conceptualise his first major solo dramatic installation entitled MEAT. MEAT featured in the 2014 edition Berlin theatre festival Festival of International New Drama hosted by Schaubühne. The piece itself lasted...
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
Stories of the Unquiet Dead: Ukrainian Graveyards as the Place of Change
Once seen as survivals of paganism, those aspects of folk belief that differ from canonical religion are now called vernacular religion. They are seen as expressions of the lived faith of parishioners. Previous studies of vernacular religion have examined how people adapt religious canon to their...