Re-writing Gendered Hierarchies_Tsushima Yuko's The Marsh

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Title Utah Foreign Language Review (UFLR), March 2000, volume X [10] number 1
Creator University of Utah. College of Humanities. Department of Languages and Literature; Editor-in-Chief Andreas Pichler; Senior Editors: Nathalie Devloo; Caleb Hill; Johanna Kaufman; Literary Editors: Annick Bellemain; Helga Hiss; Ilka Rasch; Michael Staten
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), March 2000, volume X [10] number 1, 99 pages. Turn-of-the-century issue. Topic for this issue is Gender and Difference. From the "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 on the annually set topic in English or any other language. The journal is receptive to a variety of topics, 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, run entirely by graduate students, welcomes submissions from scholars of all ranks. Articles of fewer than 2,500 words are not considered for publication; 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 does not have to, but may coincide with the annual topic.
Table of Contents TABLE OF CONTENTS : Introduction: "Building Space for Gender and Difference", by Andreas Pichler. "Difference, Separation and Writing as a Woman: Helene Cixous's Imaginary Father", by Adeze Igbeoemeka. "Forgetting Women: The Half-Li(f)e of Fascist Memory", by Rob K. Baum. "Re-writing Gendered Hierarchies: Tsushima Yuko's "The Marsh", by Charlotte Eubanks. "Blurring Gender Distinctions in Puig's El beso de la mujer arana", Rona Lee Maughan. "Creating Space for Marriage", by Judy Elsley. COVER PHOTO: Guggenheim Bilbao Museoa, Bilbao, Spain. Courtesy: Andreas Pichler, 1998.
Publisher Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Contributors Editor-in-Chief Andreas Pichler, Senior Editors Nathalie Devloo, Caleb Hill, Johanna Kaufman; Literary Editors Annick Bellemain, Helga Hiss, Ilka Rasch, Michael Staten; Faculty Supervisor Jerry Root; Publishing Council at the University of Utah; Cover Photo: Guggenheim Bilbao Museum, Bilbao, Spain. Courtesy: Andreas Pichler, 1998; Adeze Igbeoemeka, Rob K. Baum, Charlotte Eubanks, Rona Lee Maughan, Judy Elsley
Holding Institution J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Date 2000
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Title Re-writing Gendered Hierarchies_Tsushima Yuko's The Marsh
Format application/pdf
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Date Created 2010-05-06
Date Modified 2010-05-06
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Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s60865d0/1045187