Une Traduction De L'Humour, Du Genre, Et Des Problèmes Sociaux Dans Les Boulingrin De Georges Courteline, Sophie Migacz
French Honors Projects
George Courteline's play Les Boulingrin has not been translated since the '50s, causing English-speaking audiences to miss out on the humor and social commentary of 19th century France. The play tells the story of a man who finds himself in an awkward situation when he arrives at the home of our titular dysfunctional couple, the Boulingrins, for a dinner party. My Honors project translation attempts to preserve the French wit as well as the societal issues and commentaries addressed throughout the piece. I accompany the translation with a closer look at these issues as well as an analysis of ...
Conjurer La Révolution : Sorciers, Païens Et Justice Sociale Dans La France Contemporaine, 2019 Claremont Colleges
Conjurer La Révolution : Sorciers, Païens Et Justice Sociale Dans La France Contemporaine, Alexandra Rivera
Scripps Senior Theses
Witches and pagans have long faced historical persecution from the Catholic church and other patriarchal systems of power. In the eyes of mainstream society, they have been reduced to fragments of ancient history and entertaining media stereotypes. Real practitioners of witchcraft and paganism have remained fairly marginalized and trapped in the shadows, but this is starting to change. Witches and pagans have begun to involve themselves in large-scale political movements, combining spiritual power with direct action. While this phenomenon has a longer track record in the United States, in France it is extremely new. France is a country that has ...
La Modernité Tunisienne Dévoilée : Une Étude Autour De La Femme Célibataire, 2019 Claremont Colleges
La Modernité Tunisienne Dévoilée : Une Étude Autour De La Femme Célibataire, Madison Wagner
Scripps Senior Theses
This thesis explains recent accounts of discrimination and cutbacks in reproductive health spaces in Tunisia. Complicating dominant analyses, which attribute these events to the post-revolution political atmosphere which has allowed the proliferation of islamic extremism, I interpret these instances as a manifestation of a deeply rooted stigma against sexually active single women. I trace this stigma’s inception to the contradictory way that Habib Bourguiba conceptualized modernity after independence, and the responsibility he assigned to Tunisian women to embody that modernity. This responsibility remains salient today, and is putting Tunisian women in an increasingly untenable and vulnerable position.
After independence ...
The New White Moderate: Bearing Witness To The Differend Of Race, 2019 Colby College
The New White Moderate: Bearing Witness To The Differend Of Race, Ethan T. Ashley
As Frantz Fanon demonstrates in his text, Black Skin, White Masks, Sartrean existentialism fails to account for differences in racialized existence. Quite simply, the notion that “existence precedes essence” is reversed in the case of the black subject; he/she is living in a world that has rendered the black subject subservient to a predetermined essence. Ultimately, the fact that the white subject exists and may freely determine his/her essence while the black subject may not further demonstrates this gap or a chasm between black and white subjects that calls for further examination. In the first chapter, I will ...
Modern Theoretical Approaches To Medieval Translation, 2019 Dartmouth College
Modern Theoretical Approaches To Medieval Translation, Michelle Warren
Open Dartmouth: Faculty Open Access Scholarship
This chapter explores some of the ways in which modern literary theory opens insights into medieval European translations. Rather than drawing a distinction between theoretical approaches that apply to medieval studies and those that do not, I will explore a few examples that might in turn inspire readers to their own insights. It is my hope that over time readers of this Companion to Medieval Translation will posit many more modern theoretical approaches to medieval translation than can be suggested here. We might even imagine that some of the particularities of medieval European theories of translation could themselves be codified ...
Suffering Scholars: Pathologies Of The Intellectual In Enlightenment France (Review), 2019 Bryn Mawr College
Suffering Scholars: Pathologies Of The Intellectual In Enlightenment France (Review), Rudy Le Menthéour
French Faculty Research and Scholarship
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Direct Discourse And Female Archetypes In Chrétien De Troyes's Romances, 2019 University of Central Florida
Direct Discourse And Female Archetypes In Chrétien De Troyes's Romances, Raquelle A. Crotty
Honors Undergraduate Theses
The purpose of this thesis is to examine the role of the female messenger archetype in Chrétien de Troyes's romances within the context of the rising courtly literature written in France throughout the early twelfth century. The romances by Chrétien that will serve as cases in point for this thesis are Érec et Énide, Lancelot, and Yvain. I analyze the various courtly ladies of the lower nobility to whom Chrétien attributes direct discourse and study how their verbal influence over the plot and the extent to which they are directly involved in the action of that plot correlate to ...
French Classicism In Four Painters: Where It Went And Why, 2019 Bard College
French Classicism In Four Painters: Where It Went And Why, Kristen Tayler Westerduin
Senior Projects Spring 2019
Senior Project submitted to The Division of Language and Literature and The Division of Arts of Bard College. French Classicism in Four Painters: Where It Went and Why is an analytical approach to the history of classicism and its definitions since being proposed as a style by the ancient Greeks. This paper looks to artists such as Nicolas Poussin, Jacques-Louis David, Charles le Brun, and Eugène Delacroix to understand the evolution of the style’s interpretations within France between the 16th and 19th century.
Regionalism And Reform: The Consequences Of Consociationalism In Belgium, 2019 University of Mississippi
Regionalism And Reform: The Consequences Of Consociationalism In Belgium, Elizabeth L. Brown
With the success of the Nieuw-Vlaamse Alliantie (N-VA), a Flemish regionalist party, in recent federal and regional elections, the continued role of regionalism in Belgian politics has been made clear. This has occurred despite significant efforts by Belgian politicians to counteract this tendency. By analyzing the impact of the six state reforms that have drastically affected the political system within the country, this paper outlines how the reforms themselves have unintentionally incentivized the political parties to pursue regionalism as a winning political strategy, which laid the groundwork for the current success of the N-VA. Furthermore, this paper demonstrates how the ...
A Case Study Of The Relationship Between Student Motivation Type, Performance, And Task- Based Instruction In A Second Language Classroom, Charlie Winnick
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
This thesis investigates the level, and type, of motivation that students at the University of Mississippi have for their foreign language classes. The study for this thesis will also investigate the participants’ feelings towards the methodology being used in that foreign language classroom, which will be Task-Based Learning. The 20 participants, who were all enrolled in the same French 111, intensive language program, for the 5-month fall semester of 2018 were asked to complete two questionnaires, one at the beginning of the semester and one at the end. The participants would also complete a short quiz of fundamental knowledge at ...
The Influence Of The Industrial Revolution On Nineteenth-Century Literary And Artistic Movements, 2019 University of Mississippi
The Influence Of The Industrial Revolution On Nineteenth-Century Literary And Artistic Movements, Warisara Emily Sawin
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
This is a study of the impact and the influence of the Industrial Revolution on French literary and artistic movements in the nineteenth century.
Umsl Faculty Expertise, 2018 Selected Works
Umsl Faculty Expertise
Amédée Pichot And Walter Scott’S Parrot: A Fabulous Tale Of Parroting And Pirating, 2018 Université de Lorraine (Nancy)
Amédée Pichot And Walter Scott’S Parrot: A Fabulous Tale Of Parroting And Pirating, Céline Sabiron
Studies in Scottish Literature
Describes the background and origin of Le perroquet de Walter Scott (Paris, 1834), by the French writer and translator Amédée Pichot, who had visited Scott (and Scott's home at Abbotsford) in 1822, discussing the complex interrelationship in Pichot's work between parody, translation, and piracy, and also considering more briefly Pichot's work as anticipating the better-known parrots in Flaubert and Julian Barnes.
In Between Realms: The Search For Feminine Selfhood In The Essais Of Montaigne, 2018 Portland State University
In Between Realms: The Search For Feminine Selfhood In The Essais Of Montaigne, Anna Suarez
My purpose is to explore factors of the Renaissance that determined women’s selfhood in Montaigne’s Essais. I argue that the shift into modernity is responsible for the loss of women’s autonomy as well as the anxiety experienced by men regarding their power as well as their potential. Montaigne and Renaissance discourse defines women only by their bodies (sexual organs) and I explore the elements that established biological essentialism. This paper exemplifies comparative literature in the sense that it combines literature, theory, and art for the purpose of creating a well-researched examination of the root causes for why ...
Literature Of The Self In Foucault: Parrhesia And Autobiographical Discourse, 2018 University of Granada
Literature Of The Self In Foucault: Parrhesia And Autobiographical Discourse, Álvaro Luque
CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture
In his article "Literature of the Self in Foucault: Parrhesia and Autobiographical Discourse" Álvaro Luque Amo analyzes the framework of Foucault’s study of the technologies of the self. In his study, Michel Foucault analyses the practices of self-writing in the Graeco-Roman period. From this perspective, Foucault approaches the texts of classical authors to interpret what he calls a process of ethopoiesis, or construction of the subject: a subject who tells the truth about himself in the text. Foucault introduces concepts and ideas that are essential to understanding the evolution of autobiography and literature of the self. This article studies ...
"The Politics Of Literature In Michel Foucault: Veridiction, Fiction And Desire", 2018 University of Granada, Spain
"The Politics Of Literature In Michel Foucault: Veridiction, Fiction And Desire", Azucena G. Blanco
CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture
This article is based on two hypotheses. The first is that in the later Foucault we would find a reformulation of the status that literature had occupied in his work and the development of a politics of literature (already developed in “Sujetos irregulares: ficción y política en el Sade de Michel Foucault”). The second considers that fiction and desire are inseparably joined, which leads me to analyse the logic of Sade as logic of desire in the lectures that Foucault gave on the author at the University of Buffalo (1970). A reading of both aspects together needs to be undertaken ...
Four Phases Of Subjectivity: A Rhetorical And Phenomenological Analysis Of Aimé Césaire And Cahier D’Un Retour Au Pays Natal, Chelsea Binnie
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
This dissertation project sets out to perform a rhetorical and phenomenological analysis of the subjectivity that Césaire portrays in his epic poem Cahier d’un retour au pays natal, or Notebook of a Return to My Native Land. Césaire published and republished Cahier four times in a 17-year period and the modified accounts of subjectivity presented in the lines of the poem mirrors that of Césaire’s own human subjectivity. Césaire poetically unleashes Cahier and his Négritude project in an effort to shift the geography of reason from its self-appointed European center, to create a liminal space for the totalized ...
Ruth Bush. Publishing Africa In French: Literary Institutions And Decolonization, 1945-1967. Liverpool Up, 2016., Madeline Bedecarre
Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature
Review of Ruth Bush. Publishing Africa in French: Literary Institutions and Decolonization, 1945-1967. Liverpool UP, 2016. 224 pp.
Unearthing Early Haitian Creole Literature: The Literary, Linguistic And Sociocultural Significance Of Ti-Jak By Carrié Paultre, Jeana Clocksin
Senior Honors Theses
The name Carrié Paultre and his works are virtually absent from the Haitian Creole literary canon. Nevertheless, his novellas and short stories make up an important component of early Haitian Creole literary production, with his earliest novella published in 1965, a significant ten years before the publication of Dézafi by Frankétienne. In this paper, my intent is not to supplant Dézafi and other early Haitian Creole novels or diminish their importance, but rather to draw attention to a neglected wealth of Haitian Creole literature preceding the publication of formal novels. In doing so, I hope to open up a dialogue ...
Two Poems By Robert Desnos, 2018 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Two Poems By Robert Desnos, Armine Kotin Mortimer
Translated from French by Armine Kotin Mortimer:
- So often have I dreamt of you
- No, love has not died