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Caribbean Creolization: Reflections on the Cultural Dynamics of Language, Literature, and Identity (review)
Brings together prominent writers from the English, French, Spanish and Dutch-speaking Caribbean in an examination of creolization and its impact upon the region's literary production. The collectionExpand
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"Enfans De L'amérique": Configuring Creole Citizenship in the Press, 1793
The January 15, 1793 issue of Le moniteur general de la partie francaise de Saint-Domingue published new verses for the "Hymne des Marseillais" - the now-famous national anthem of France. In theExpand
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Introduction: Recent Research in Assessment in Education Abroad
The Guest Editors introduce their virtual issue on Recent Resarch in Assessment in Education Abroad, which curates past articles published in Frontiers on the topic. Click on the links beside eachExpand
"What I Want in a Librarian": One New Faculty Member's Perspective
As a fledgling faculty member at Earlham, I will vouch for the same spirit of proactivity on the part of librarians today. Couched in friendliness, this spirit has led me to make personal connectionsExpand
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Does Hortense Have a Hoo-Hoo? Gender, Consensus, and the Translation of Gisèle Pineau’s L’espérance-macadam
Does Hortense Have a Hoo-Hoo? Gender, Consensus, and the Translation of Gisele Pineau's L'esperance-macadam — This article uses an experiment in translating Guadeloupean writer Gisele Pineau's novelExpand
What I Want in a Librarian
One New Faculty Member's Perspective This issue's column opens a two-part series on faculty/librarian dynamics. The relationships between faculty and librarians can generate synergy or conflict, soExpand
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