Journal of Romance Studies Volume 18, Issue 1 (April 2018)

 

The Journal of Romance Studies (JRS) promotes innovative critical work in the areas of linguistics, literature, performing and visual arts, media, material culture, intellectual and cultural history, critical and cultural theory, psychoanalysis, gender studies, social sciences and anthropology.

 

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Contents:

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   The sensorial redemption of the perpetrator’s tale: Confession and social reintegration in Wilfried N’Sonde’s Le Silence des esprits

 

   Véronique Bragard and Karen Lindo

 

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   The state of the discipline: Hispanic literature and film in UK Spanish degrees

 

   Stuart Davis

 

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   Renegotiating the composer’s authority in A.E.M. Grétry’s Mémoires

 

   Jonathan Huff

 

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   Visualizing the Chinese threat: L’Arrivo di Wang as an ethnic allegory

 

   Xin Liu

 

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   Staging translation and nation: Irish drama in the repertoire of the Centro Dramático Galego

 

   Elisa Serra Porteiro

 

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   Slavery in Enlightenment America – Crèvecoeur’s bilingual approach

 

   Judith Still

 

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   ‘Staging Canada at Expo67: Nationalism in the Crucible of Globalization (Film, Performance, Analysis)’ Institute of Light, Hackney; IMLR; King’s College London; BFI, 1–4 November 2017

 

   Craig Moyes

 

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   Documentary screening of Africa is You. The Somali-Dutch Community in Birmingham, UK, AHRC Open World Research Initiative, Cross-Language Dynamics: Reshaping Community 26 September 2017: SOAS (University of London) ‘European Day of Languages: Languages of Europe’

 

   Naomi Wells

 

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   ‘Ethnography and Modern Languages: Critical Reflections’ AHRC Open World Research Initiative programme Cross-Language Dynamics: Reshaping Community IMLR, 4 November 2017

 

   Naomi Wells

 

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   ‘Language, Foreignness, Openness: Three Disciplinary Perspectives’, AHRC Open World Research Initiative, Cross-Language Dynamics: Reshaping Community Queen Mary University of London, 17–18 November 2017

 

   Galin Tihanov

 

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