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MODERN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES

MELITTA ADAMSON

  • Adamson, Melitta Weiss.“Daz buoch von guoter spise Das erste Kochbuch in deutscher Sprache im Auftrag von Michael de Leone,” in Edelsteine: 121 Sternstunden deutscher Sprache - vom Nibelungenlied bis Einstein, von Mozart bis Loriot, eds. Max Behland, Walter Krämer and Reiner Pogarell, 2nd edition (Paderborn: IFB Verlag Deutsche Sprache GmbH, 2016), 87-92.
  • Adamson, Melitta. “Illusion Food East and West” at East and West at the Table: Food and Cultural Exchange in the Middle Ages, Second International Symposium of Mens et Mensa: Society for the Study of Food in the Middle Ages, Brescia University College, London, Ontario, 30 October 2015
  • Adamson, Melitta Weiss. “mich dunkcht ez sein knöllell: Von den Mühen eines bayrischen Übersetzers mittelalterlicher Fachliteratur,” Fachtexte des Spätmittelalters und der Frühen Neuzeit: Tradition und Perspektiven der Fachprosa- und Fachsprachenforschung, ed. Lenka Vankova (Lingua Historica Germanica, vol. 7) (Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 2014), 143-154.
  • “Vom Arzneibuch zum Kochbuch, vom Kochbuch zum Arzneibuch: Eine diätetische Reise von der arabischen Welt und Byzanz über Italien ins spätmittelalterliche Bayern,” in Andrea Hofmeister-Winter, Helmut W. Klug, and Karin Kranich, eds., “Der Koch ist der bessere Arzt”: Zum Verhältnis von Diätetik und Kulinarik im Mittelalter und in der Frühen Neuzeit, Fachtagung im Rahmen des Tages der Geisteswissenschaften 2013 an der Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, 20.6.-22.6.2013 (Mediävistik zwischen Forschung, Lehre und Öffentlichkeit. 8.) (Frankfurt am Main: Lang, 2014), 39-62.

JOYCE BRUHN DE GARAVITO

  • Bruhn de Garavito, J. & Otálora, M. (2016). L2 knowledge of gender and number agreement in Spanish noun ellipsis. In A. Alba de la Fuente, E. Valenzuela & C. Martínez-Sanz (eds.), Language Acquisition Beyond Parameters: Studies in Honour of Juana M. Liceras (pp.99-124). Amsterdam, John Benjamins.
  • Borgonovo, C., Bruhn de Garavito, J., & Prévost, P. (2015). Mood selection in relative clauses: Interfaces and variability. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 37(1), 33-69.
  • Ramírez-Trujillo, A. P., & Bruhn de Garavito, J. (2015). Verbal agreement in the L2 Spanish of speakers of Nahuatl. In T. Judy & S. Perpiñán (Eds.), The Acquisition of Spanish in Understudied Language Pairings (pp. 49-74). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company.

ANGELA BORCHERT

  • Luxus als Komfort im Journal des Luxus und der Moden. Wissenspopularisierung und Kulturanthropologie am Beispiel kontrovers diskutierter Schuhmoden um 1800.” Fremde – Luxus – Räume. Ed. Jutta Eming, Gaby Pailer, Franziska Schößler. Berlin: Frank & Timme, 2014: 229-255.
  • “Arabeskgroteske »Zimmerverzierung« in der Raumästhetik des Interieurs um 1800,” Interieur und Bildtapete. Narrative des Wohnens um 1800. Ed. Katharina Eck, Astrid Silvia Schönhagen. Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag, 2014: 203-222. 

CONSTANZA BURUCUA

Articles:

  • “Young women at the margins: discourses on exclusion in two films by Solveig Hoogesteijn”, in D. Shaw and D. Martin (eds.), Latin American Women Filmmakers: Production, Politics, Poetics. London: IB Tauris. 2017.
  • “Lita Stantic: Auteur Producer / Producer of Auteurs”, La República Perdida, El viento se llevó lo que, Stars, in B. Urraca and G. Kramer (eds.), Directory of World Cinema: Argentina, Vol. II. Bristol: Intellect. 2016.
  • “Identidad, crisis y reevaluación de la historia: Ricardo Darín en El secreto de sus ojos y Un cuento chino”. Imagofagia, 10 (ISSN 1852 – 9550), January 2015.
  • “La novia niña y la niña de la calle: Venezuela en la mirada de Solveig Hoogesteijn”, in M. Copartari and C. Sitnisky (eds.), El estado de las cosas: cine latinoamericano en el nuevo milenio. Madrid: Iberoamericana / Vervuert, 2015. 99-114.
  • “From dark to light and the in-between penumbrae: Buenos Aires in the cinema of the transition to democracy” (28-29), and reviews of En retirada (44-45), La historia oficial (52-53) and Sur (54-55) in M. Pigott and S. Oyarzabal (eds.), World Film Locations: Buenos Aires. Bristol: Intellect, 2014.
  • “Lita Stantic: Auteur Producer / Producer of Auteurs”, in A. Spicer, A.T. McKenna, C. Meir (eds.), Beyond the Bottom-Line: The Producer in Film and Television Studies. London: Continuum, 2014. 215-228.
  • “La historia argentina va a los Oscar. Los discursos históricos premiados por Hollywood”, in R. Marafiotti (ed.), Signos En El Tiempo. Cine, Historia y Discurso. Buenos Aires: Biblos, 2013. 57-66.

JOYCE BRUHN

  • Bruhn de Garavito, J. & Otálora, M. (2016). L2 knowledge of gender and number agreement in Spanish noun ellipsis. In A. Alba de la Fuente, E. Valenzuela & C. Martínez-Sanz (eds.), Language Acquisition Beyond Parameters: Studies in Honour of Juana M. Liceras (pp.99-124). Amsterdam, John Benjamins.

DAVID DARBY

  • Darby, David. “’nicht zu nah und nicht zu weit’: Windows and the Domestication of Modernity in Fontane’s Berlin.” Windows: Motif and Topos in Austrian, German and Swiss Art and Literature. Ed. Heide Kunzelmann and Anne Simon. London German Studies 15. Munich: iudicium, 2016. 85─109.

LAURENCE DELOOZE

Books:

  • The Letter and the Cosmos: How the Alphabet Has Shaped the Western View of the World. University of Toronto Press, 2016.
  • Egil the Viking Poet: New Approaches to Egils Saga. University of Toronto Press, 2015. Co-edited volume.

Book Chapter:

  • “The Concept of the Self in Egils Saga: A Ricoeurean approach.” In Egil the Viking Poet: New Approaches to Egils Saga. 57-74.

Essay:

  • "An Atheist in Rome." New England Review 36:4 (2015): 111-145, and online at http://www.nereview.com/
  • “The Alphabetic Order and the Order of the Cosmos in Antiquity.” Colóquio Da Letra ao Imaginário. Em Homenagem à Professora Irene Freire Nunes. Univ. Nova de Lisboa (Jan. 2014). 212-31.
  • “The Problem of Look-alike Characters in the Vulgate Cycle of the Arthurian Romances and Juan Manuel’s El Conde Lucanor. Comparative Literature 66 (2014): 173-85.
  • “The Piano is Always There: A Story of Lisbon.” New England Review 35 (2015): 185-98.

YAHYA KHARRAT

  • Kharrat, Yahya, “The Orthography of Hamzah: a Recurring Problem for Non-Native Speaking Arabic Students, its Causes and Remedy: An Applied Example for Advanced Students” Al-cArabiyya The Journal of the American Association of Teachers of Arabic Vol 50 (2016) Published by Georgetown University Press.

CALIN MIHAILESCU

Books

  • Ed., Festschrift Matei Călinescu. Yearbook of Comparative Literature 59, 2013 (published in May, 2016) (Indiana University & University of Toronto Press); 295 pp.; ISSN: US 0084-3695; E-ISSN 1947-2978; http://muse.jhu.edu.proxy1.lib.uwo.ca/issue/33427
  • Ed., “Literary Theory and the Sciences” (“Theoria litterarum et scientia rerum naturae”), special issue of Neohelicon 41.2. Budapest/Springer Verlag, 2014

Volumes

  • Ed., Rereading Faces. Festschrift Matei Călinescu. Yearbook of Comparative Literature no. 59 (Indiana University & University of Toronto Press), 2015
  • Senior Editor, Romanian Literature, vol. 19 of The Literary Encyclopedia. The Literary Dictionary Company Ltd., London, UK  http://www.litencyc.com (ongoing)

Articles/book chapters

Creative Writing

  • “Unu-n somn şi altu-n vis” (One in the sleep, one in the dream). Story. Uite cine vorbeşte (Look who’s talking), Tina Sâmihăian & Liviu Papadima, eds. Bucharest: Art, May, 2016
  • “Petrol and Monasteries.” Şi eu am trait în communism (I also lived in communism), ed. by Ioana Pârvulescu. Bucharest: Humanitas, 2015: 272-3 
  • “fereASTrA” (this window). Ferestre din Bucureşti (Bucharest windows), ed by Cătălin D. Constantin. Bucharest: Peter Pan, 2015: 79 
  • “Reading or Webing?” (in Romanian) http://decs.eu/ts_teams/calin-andrei-mihailescu/ 
  • Internet “Anonymous is none of us,” and “Pactriotism” (in English and in Serbian translation, People Say/Ljudi govore (Toronto) year 8, bk. 14, issues 25/26 (November 2015): 11-12; 193

LAURA MOSCO

Books

  • The Concept of Resistance in Italy: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Maria Laura Mosco and Pietro Pirani, eds.; Rowman & Littlefield International UK. Forthcoming. May 16, 2017.
  • Article included in the volume: Maria Laura Mosco. "The Italian Resistance: of a Literary “Path” and a Cinematic “Stratagem” (5090 words).

Articles

  • Article: "Era digitale e democratizzazione dell’intellettuale. Note sul dibattito culturale in Italia oggi" in Dalla stampa al digitale: aspetti di un disagio culturale. / Print to Digital: Aspects of a Cultural Discomfort. Edited by Francesco Guardiani. Firenze: Franco Cesati Editore. 2017. pp. 45-56. (Refereed.)

SILVIA PERPINAN

Edited Volumes

  • (50%) Judy, T & Perpiñán, S. (Eds.) (2015). The Acquisition of Spanish in Understudied Language Pairings. Issues in Hispanic & Lusophone Linguistics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. (362 pp. + index)

Refereed Publications

  • Perpiñán, S. (forthcoming). Catalan-Spanish Bilingualism Continuum: The Expression of Adverbial Clitics in Different Types of Early Bilinguals. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism.
  • Judy, T. & Perpiñán, S. (2015). The importance of crosslinguistic comparison in the study of the acquisition of Spanish. In T. Judy & S. Perpiñán (Eds.) The Acquisition of Spanish in Understudied Language Pairings (pp. 1-18). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Perpiñán, S. (2015). The locative paradigm in the L2 Spanish of Catalan native speakers. In T. Judy & S. Perpiñán (Eds.) The Acquisition of Spanish in Understudied Language Pairings (pp. 105-132). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Perpiñán, S. (2014/2015). L2 Grammar and L2 Processing in the Acquisition of Spanish Prepositional Relative Clauses. Bilingualism: Language, and Cognition. DOI: 10.1017/S1366728914000583.
  • Perpiñán, S. (2014). Locatives and existentials in L2 Spanish: the acquisition of the semantic contrasts between ser, estar and haber. Second Language Research, 30, 4, 485-514.

LUCA POCCI

  • (“Tabucchi in the 1980s: The Phantasms of the Past in Il gioco del rovescio, Notturno indiano, and Piccoli equivoci senza importanza.” Italian Studies, 71:3 (2016): 1-15.
  • “Alla ricerca dell’ordinario: Celati, Arminio e la prosa del paesaggio.” Contemporanea 10 (2013): 45-56.
YASAMAN RAFAT
  • Ruiz-Peña, E., Sevilla, D., & Rafat, Y. (2015). Second dialect imitation: The production of Ecuadorian Spanish assibilated rhotics by Andalusian speakers of Spanish. In E. Babatsouli & D. Ingram (eds.), Proceedings of the International Symposium on Monolingual and Bilingual Speech 2015 (pp. 288-300). ISBN: 978-618-82351-0-6. URL: http://ismbs.eu/publications
  • Rafat, Y. (2015). The interaction of acoustic and orthographic input in the L2 production of  assibilated/fricative rhotics. Applied Psycholinguistics,36(1), 43-64. DOI:10.1017/S0142716414000423.

ALENA ROBIN

  • Las capillas del Vía Crucis de la ciudad de México: arte, patrocinio y sacralización del espacio, Mexico City, Instituto de Investigaciones Estéticas/ UNAM, 2014, 309 pp., ISBN 978-607-02-6076-6.    
  • Alena Robin, “Voices from the Archives. The Painter's Profession in Mexico City in 1735: Phelipe Chacón, José de Ibarra and Nicolás Enríquez in the Royal Mint,” Agents of Space: Eighteenth-Century Art, Architecture and Visual Culture, ed. Christina Smylitopoulos, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016, pp. 174-191. ISBN: 978-1-4438-8883-7.

VLAD TUMANOV

VICTORIA WOLFF

  • “Darse al diablo: Spanish Literature, Music, and Society in El Diablo Cojuelo (1878) by Composer Francisco Asenjo Barbieri and Librettists Mariano Pina Domínguez and Miguel Ramos Carrión.” Decimonónica (Journal of Nineteenth Century Hispanic Cultural Production). 12.1 (Winter 2015): n. pag. Web. http://www.decimononica.org/wolff-12-1/
  • “Many Voices: Reflections on the Personal and Professional Dimensions of Community Service Learning and Graduate Education in Hispanic Studies in Canada” Memoria del Congreso Annual 2013. American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese – Capítulo Ontario. Eds. Luis Abanto and David Rozotto. Ottawa: Ottawa Hispanic Studies – Series Ensayos, 2014. 115-129. Print.