Utah Foreign Language Review (UFLR), June 2006, volume XV [15]

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Title Utah Foreign Language Review (UFLR), June 2006, volume XV [15]
Creator Editor-in-Chief Kanita Lipjankic; Associate Editor Heidrun Kubiessa; Managing Editor Amra Ferhatbegovic; Literary Editors Gerry Esplín, Tami Morris, Lisa Pillmore, Parker Shaw, Amorette Sherwood, Alex Smith, Mariesa Whitaker, Caridad Woltz
Subject Language and languages -- Periodicals; Languages, Modern -- Periodicals; University of Utah. College of Humanities. Department of Languages and Literature
Description The Utah Foreign Language Review is published annually by the Publishing Council at the University of Utah and the Department of Languages and Literature. The Utah Foreign Language Review welcomes essays, in English or any other language, on the topic chosen for the year. The journal is receptive to a variety of subjects, whether general or specific and to all scholarly methods and theoretical perspectives. The ideal Utah Foreign Language Review essay addresses a significant problem relevant to the annual topic, delineates research findings, and engages the reader through a concise and clear presentation. The Utah Foreign Language Review, operated entirely by graduate students, welcomes submissions from scholars of all ranks. Articies should not exceed a maximum of 30 pages. The Utah Foreign Language Review urges its contributors to be sensitive to the social implications of language and to strive for a wording free of discriminatory tones. The creative writing part of the Utah Foreign Language Review is meant to present inventive and artistic approaches to language. The creative writing portion of the journal should be in harmony with the annual topic. This issue's topic: Globalization, Borders, and Nation. This issue contains 67 pages. Cover photograph: Stari Most (the old bridge) in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Original painting by Maja Sameric. Distributed by Department of Languages and Literature, University of Utah
Table of Contents TABLE of CONTENTS: "Técnicas retóricas y estructuras narrativas en Los viejos amigos, de Rafael Chirbes" by Eva París Huesca, M.A., Director of Basic Spanish Program, University of Nebraska. "La mitificación del pachuco en el teatro de Valdez" by Craig A. Dennison, Spanish Ph.D. student, University of Houston. "The Origins and Identification of Mixed Dialects along the Brazilian-Uruguayan Border: A New Frontier in Contact Linguistics" by Mike Judd, M.A., Brigham Young University. "Travels with Víctor and his Creation and the Significance of Place in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein: Or, the Modern Prometheus" by Lisa Pillmore, MALP, University of Utah. "Doble Imaginación por Una Nación: Lengua Sagrada como Inspiración y Retraso en Doña Perfecta" by Tami Morris, M.A., University of Utah. "La evolución de la poesía latinoamericana del siglo XX" by Parker Shaw, M.A. student, University of Utah.
Publisher Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Contributors Founder: Bel-Ami Jean de Montreux; Cover Photograph: Stari Most (the old bridge) in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Original painting by Maja Sameric
Holding Institution J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Date 2006
Type Text
Format application/pdf
Digitization Specifications Original scanned on Kirtas 2400 and saved as 400 ppi 8 bit greyscale jpeg. Display image generated in Kirtas Technologies' OCR Manager as multiple page pdf, and uploaded into CONTENT dm
Language eng; spa
Relation Is part of the Utah Foreign Language Review
Rights Management © Utah Foreign Language Review, 2006
Metadata Cataloger Poorna Chandra; Jan Robertson
Scanning Technician Jason Vancott
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Date Created 2010-05-06
Date Modified 2012-04-11
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Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s67s7nvb
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