Metka Zupancic: “Kristeva’s The Samurai: ‘Camouflage of sacredness in a desacralized world’”

Dr. Metka Zupancic published “Kristeva’s The Samurai: ‘Camouflage of sacredness in a desacralized world’.” Myths in Crisis. The Crisis of Myth. José Manuel Losada Goya and Antonella Lipscomb, eds. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, England, UK, 2015. 303-12. […]

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Mike Picone: “French Dialects of Louisiana: A Revised Typology”

Dr. Picone also authored a book chapter titled, “French Dialects of Louisiana: A Revised Typology.” In New Perspectives on Language Variety in the South: Historical and Contemporary Approaches, eds. Michael D. Picone, and Catherine Evans Davies. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2015. 267-87. […]

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Isabelle Drewelow: “Liberté et République: Using familiar constructs to cultivate learners’ awareness of diverse perspectives”

Dr. Isabelle Drewelow published “Liberté et République: Using familiar constructs to cultivate learners’ awareness of diverse perspectives.” The Language Educator, 10 (3), 48-50.(August 2015). […]

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Isabelle Drewelow: “Developing cross-cultural awareness at the introductory level through stereotypes and digital storytelling.”

Dr. Isabelle Drewelow published “Developing cross-cultural awareness at the introductory level through stereotypes and digital storytelling.” The French Review, 88(3), 71-90. (March 2015) […]

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Carmen Mayer: “‘L’heureuse aurore prochaine’: From Narrative Vision in Émile Zola’s Travail (1901) to Filmic Utopia in Henri Pouctal’s Silent Film Adaptation (1920)”

Dr. Carmen Mayer published “‘L’heureuse aurore prochaine’: From Narrative Vision in Émile Zola’s Travail (1901) to Filmic Utopia in Henri Pouctal’s  Silent Film Adaptation (1920),” Eds. K. Griffiths, B. Stephens, A. Watts, Dix-Neuf, Special Issue: Literature and Adaptation 18.2, (July 2014): 150–168. […]

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