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You Must Not Know Bout Me*: Reviewed Resistance of Sarah Bartmann, Josephine Baker, and Beyoncé Knowles
This thesis explores three forms of resistance demonstrated through the lives of Josephine Baker, Sarah Bartmann, and Beyoncé Knowles. These forms of resistance are "talking back" (originally from bell hooks); oppositional ...
One and (An)other: Becoming (Space)jectivity in the "Canterbury Tales"
At odds with our modern understanding of what subjectivity is, the idea of medieval subjectivity is itself nebulous and suspicious. In the name of Christianity and Feudalism, medieval subjectivity is usually considered as ...
Even gods do: The construction and presentation of network culture in Neil Gaiman's "American Gods"
Neil Gaiman's American Gods is a novel that exemplifies emergent network theory. It is a novel that is many things at the same time, a road novel, an American epic, an immigrant experience, connecting to different genres, ...
Language maintenance and change among the Swiss Mennonites of the Waterloo Region, Ontario
The purpose of the research presented in this dissertation is to gain insight into processes of language maintenance and shift and language change by studying the current situation of the Pennsylvania German-speaking Swiss ...
Dar el-Odaba: Afro-Asian Writers Remapping Blackness and Afro-Arab Identities
Inspired by the formation of the Non-Aligned Movement's declaration of anti-colonial political and economic unity, the Permanent Bureau of Afro-Asian Writers was formed during the 1958 Conference for Afro-Asian Writers ...