Andrea King and Kristiana Karathanassis. Sonnet on First Seeing It p. Catherine Owen.
EPC Vanessa Place Bibliography
Publication; after Artie Gold p. Chris Johnson. Landscape p. Jake Kennedy. The Muscle Motor Molecule Myosin p. John Donlan. The Death-Trick p. Shane Neilson.
Echoing last words: Luis Camnitzer, Vanessa Place and critical dependency
Sherry Johnson. Back to the Cabin p. Nancy Holmes. Birds and Neutrino Observatories p. Neil Surkan. Indigenous Histories p. Margery Fee.
Minor Revelations p. Carl Watts.
Narratives of Loss and Mourning p. Saghar Najafi.
Memorializing Canada p. Laurel Ryan. Wartime Ghosts, Alive and Well p. Jeffrey Aaron Weingarten. Suzanne and Victoria p. Myra Bloom. Personal Places p. Through Tamarack Swamps p. Nicholas Bradley. Nostalgia Novels p. Geordie Miller. Suzanne Zelazo.
- Trainee-Programme (German Edition).
- Flight of the Outcasts (The Aedyn Chronicles)!
- Guide de la littérature britannique des origines à nos jours!
Tender but Uneasy p. Jessi MacEachern. Some Poems and Issues p. Carl Peters.
French, Literature, and Culture Departmental Happenings
Poets Telling Stories p. Michael Roberson.
All in All p. Dani Spinosa. Postnational Argonauts p. Gregory Betts. French Non-Fiction.
- Sun-Kissed Christmas (Summer)!
- Vanessa Duriès — Wikipédia.
- French, Literature, and Culture Departmental Happenings;
In the Belly of the Whale p. Zachary Abram. The aim of this volume is to form a critical assessment of the scope, significance and role of the notion in literature and the visual arts from the eighteenth century to the present day. The contributors propose to examine the development and various manifestations of the concept as a principle held in contempt by the partisans of racial purity, a process enthusiastically promoted by adepts of mixing and syncretism, but also a notion viewed with suspicion by those who decry its multifarious and triumphalist dimensions and its lack of political roots.
The notion of hybridity is analysed in relation to the concepts of identity, nationhood, language and culture, drawing from the theories of Mikhail Bakhtin, Homi Bhabha, Robert Young, Paul Gilroy and Edouard Glissant, among others. Contributors examine forms of hybridity in the work of such canonical writers as Daniel Defoe, Robert Louis Stevenson, Thomas De Quincey and Victor Hugo, as well as in contemporary American and British fiction, Neo-Victorian and post-colonial literature.
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