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Telling Tales: The Israelite Oratorios of George Frideric Handel as a Platform for Social Thought in Early Eighteenth-Century BritainDownload
"Identity is built on the ideologies of a collective nation"; there is no statement that rings clearer in the case of eighteenth-century Britain. This thesis examines the formulation of British identity as evidenced through allegorical narratives in Handel’s Israelite oratorios. As part of this...
The Backcountry as Home: Park Wardens, Families, and Jasper National Park’s District Cabin System, 1952-1972Download
This research examines home life as experienced by single and married National Park Wardens, their partners and children who resided year-round in the backcountry of Jasper National Park (JNP) between 1952 and 1972. Since the establishment of JNP in 1907, park wardens were responsible for...
SSHRC Awarded IG 2017: This project focuses on the representations of health and the biomedical body in post-1960s Anglo-Canada and Franco-Québec literatures. It is interested in the representation of urban middle-classes and the ways in which the notion of responsibility towards health informs...
March 11, 2011, 14:46 Japan Standard Time. This was the moment that marked the beginning of what is now known as the “2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami,” a catastrophe that brought about devastation throughout many regions in Japan, most notably in the north eastern region of the main island of...
The present research was a pilot study to determine the feasibility of using the Edmonton Narrative Norms Instrument (ENNI) to assess Korean children’s narrative abilities. In this study inclusion of Story Grammar (SG) units (i.e., total number and type) in Korean children’s narratives was...
The prevalence of event clusters in autobiographical memory was examined with an event-cueing task in two parallel experiments. Event clusters are theoretical memory structures that bind specific personal events in narrative-like configurations. Prior research has shown that young adults report...
Common wisdom often posits that game-playing is the enemy of reading, that it offers one of a plethora of “distractions” that seduce people away from the power of the printed page. In this article it is proposed that we do not to take on this stereotype, with its barely veiled assumption that...
Weaving Christian Spirituality into Women’s Wellness: Narratives from the African Diaspora in CanadaDownload
This research highlights the significant role spirituality plays in how a group of African diasporic women in Canada understand and experience wellness in their daily lives. The central research question that I pose is: How do Christian African diasporic women in Canada make sense of and...
Sandra Zagarell (1988) introduces “narratives of community” as texts that are constructed around central social structures, and can be thought of as textual manifestation of communities. These communities are represented in the form of social institutions and normative rules that individuals seem...