The Crossroads of Gender and Race in Shaping Masculinity in Colonial French Cinema

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Title Utah Foreign Language Review (UFLR), June 2007, volume XVI [16]
Creator Editor-in-Chief Heidrun Kubiessa; Literary Editors Gerry Esplin, Electra Gamon, Blanch Fielding, Dolores Jasmer, Geoffrey Skousen, Michael Harlow, Bianca Marcionila Macena
Subject Language and languages -- Periodicals; Languages, Modern -- Periodicals; University of Utah. College of Humanities. Department of Languages and Literature
Description Utah Foreign Language Review (UFLR), June 2007, volume XVI [16], 133 pages. The topic for this issue: Cultural Memory, Urban Spaces and (National) Identity. Cover Photograph: "O Sister, Where are We?" - "Entering Memory" (San Francisco, May 2006) by Sonja Frohoff, University of Utah. Statement of Editorial Policy. 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. Articles 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
Table of Contents TABLE of CONTENTS: "(Inter)national Discourses: Frantz Fanon's 'The Wretched of the Earth' in Mario Vargas Llosa's 'La fiesta del Chivo'", by David P. Wiseman, Ph.D. student, Vanderbilt University. "The 'Gateway' to the Antilles: Some Historical Considerations of Puerto Rican Place and Space", by Kimberly A. Vega, Assistant Professor, [DeSales University] Center Valley, Pennsylvania. "Colonizadores y colonizados: las relaciones de poder respecto a la raza, el genero y la clase social en 'Maldito amor' de Rosario Ferre y su efecto en la construccion de la identidad nacional", by Brenda Ortiz-Loyola, M.A. student, University of Akron. "Allpamama: El regreso de los otavalenos a sus tierras", by Adam W. Coon, M.A. student, University of Utah. "The Role of Memory in the Aftermath of Massive Human Rights Violations", by Justin B. Atkinson, M.A., J.D., University of Utah. "Improvement through Movement: A Thematic Analysis of German Minority Writing through the Works of Anant Kumar", by Kirsten E. Kumpf, Ph.D. student, University of Iowa. "The Crossroads of Gender and Race in Shaping Masculinity in Colonial French Cinema", by Sharon Meilahn-Swett, Ph.D. student, University of Iowa. "The Hidden Kabbalah in an Argentinean Novel", by Debora Cordeiro-Rosa, Assistant Professor, University of Central Florida. "Tony Kushner's 'Angels in America' and "the Eternal Joy of Becoming": A Case of "Gay Science", by Heidrun Kubiessa, Ph.D. student, University of Utah.
Publisher Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Contributors Founder: Bel-Ami Jean de Montreux; Cover Photograph: "O Sister, Where are We?" - "Entering Memory" (San Francisco, May 2006) by Sonja Frohoff, University of Utah
Holding Institution J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Date 2007
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Title The Crossroads of Gender and Race in Shaping Masculinity in Colonial French Cinema
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