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Lucille Pierce Folk Collection, University Archives And Special Collections, Prescott Memorial Library, Louisiana Tech University Jan 2019

Lucille Pierce Folk Collection, University Archives And Special Collections, Prescott Memorial Library, Louisiana Tech University

Manuscript Finding Aids

Original manuscript of "A Word Atlas of North Louisiana," with accompanying maps of Folk's doctoral dissertation.


Esl Club & Women Speak: Our Home Away From Home, Yi Ling Chiao, Arpana James, Yun Hsuan Liao, Shannon Marcar, Oscar Cuellar, Juo Chu Wu, Thanges Kesnan, Fred Alsberg, Naveenah Vijia Kumar May 2018

Esl Club & Women Speak: Our Home Away From Home, Yi Ling Chiao, Arpana James, Yun Hsuan Liao, Shannon Marcar, Oscar Cuellar, Juo Chu Wu, Thanges Kesnan, Fred Alsberg, Naveenah Vijia Kumar

SWOSU ESL CLUB NEWSLETTER

SWOSU ESL Club Newsletter: Spring 2018 is the fourth issue of the newsletter for the English as a Second Language & Women Speak Club (ESL).

Sponsors:
Thanges Kesnan
Fred Alsberg

Editors:
Fred Alsberg
Shannon Marcar
Arpana James

Newsletter Crew:
Oscar Cuellar
Yun Hsuan Liao
Yi Ling Chiao
Juo Chu Wu


Focus Particles Strongly Draw Attachment, Torianne Crouch, Joe Castle Apr 2018

Focus Particles Strongly Draw Attachment, Torianne Crouch, Joe Castle

Celebration of Student Scholarship Posters Archive

No abstract provided.


Kiez Kieken: Observations Of Berlin, Vol. 2, Spring 2018, Maria Ebner, Paula Begonja, Evan Biancardi, Elodie Huston, Mckenna Lahr, Sophie Lee, Mackenzie Norton, Ann Pekata, Catherine Rabus, Timothy Uy Apr 2018

Kiez Kieken: Observations Of Berlin, Vol. 2, Spring 2018, Maria Ebner, Paula Begonja, Evan Biancardi, Elodie Huston, Mckenna Lahr, Sophie Lee, Mackenzie Norton, Ann Pekata, Catherine Rabus, Timothy Uy

Modern Languages and Literatures Student Publications

With this journal Kiez kieken: Observations of Berlin the students’ articles of the course Berlin Tales: Germany’s Kiez and Metropolis taught by Prof. Maria Ebner are being published to open up classroom discourse to a broader academic community. Topics have been chosen individually by each student and involved first-hand fieldwork research in Berlin, Germany, between March 21st and March 28th of 2018 as well as continuous individual research throughout the course of the semester.


Esl Club & Women Speak: Our Second Home In America, Tee Kesnan, Fred Alsberg, Ta-An Wu, Yu-Jou Lin, Juo-Chun Wu Dec 2017

Esl Club & Women Speak: Our Second Home In America, Tee Kesnan, Fred Alsberg, Ta-An Wu, Yu-Jou Lin, Juo-Chun Wu

SWOSU ESL CLUB NEWSLETTER

SWOSU ESL Club Newsletter: Fall 2017 is the third issue of the newsletter for the English as a Second Language Club (ESL).


Swosu Esl Club Newsletter: Spring 2017, Tee Kesnan Apr 2017

Swosu Esl Club Newsletter: Spring 2017, Tee Kesnan

SWOSU ESL CLUB NEWSLETTER

SWOSU ESL Club Newsletter: Spring 2017 is the second issue of the newsletter for the English as a Second Language Club (ESL).


Swosu Esl Club Newsletter: Fall 2016, Tee Kesnan Oct 2016

Swosu Esl Club Newsletter: Fall 2016, Tee Kesnan

SWOSU ESL CLUB NEWSLETTER

SWOSU ESL Club Newsletter: Fall 2016 is the first issue of the newsletter for the English as a Second Language Club (ESL).


Receptions Of The Classics In The African Diaspora Of The Hispanophone And Lusophone Worlds, Elisa G. Rizo, Madeleine M. Henry Sep 2016

Receptions Of The Classics In The African Diaspora Of The Hispanophone And Lusophone Worlds, Elisa G. Rizo, Madeleine M. Henry

World Languages and Cultures Books

Atlantis Otherwise expands the study of the African diaspora by focusing on postcolonial literary expressions from Latin America and Africa. The book studies the presence of classical references in texts written by writers (black and non-black) who are committed to the articulation of the fragmented history of the African experience from the Middle Passage to the present outside of Euro-centric views. Consequently, this book addresses the silencing of the African Diaspora within the official discourses of Latin America and Hispanic Africa, as well as the limitations that linguistic and geographic boundaries have imposed upon scholarship. The contributors address questions related ...


Glocalizing Democracy Through A Reception Of The Classics In Equatorial Guinean Theatre: The Case Of Morgades’ Antígona, Elisa G. Rizo Sep 2016

Glocalizing Democracy Through A Reception Of The Classics In Equatorial Guinean Theatre: The Case Of Morgades’ Antígona, Elisa G. Rizo

World Languages and Cultures Books

Born in 1931, Equatorial Guinean academic and intellectual Trinidad Morgades1 has seen the transition of her country from a Spanish colony to an independent nation. She has witnessed the emergence of postcolonial regimes and the transformation of her country's economy from one based on cacao and timber production under the Spanish colonial administration to one centered on a booming oil industry in postcolonial times.2 Her only published literary work, Antigona (1991), a drama referencing Sophocles's famous tragedy, is concerned with a crucial national process that she has observed: the failure of the democratic efforts in her nation.


Spanish For Heritage Speakers: Instructional Module #2, Gabriela C. Zapata May 2016

Spanish For Heritage Speakers: Instructional Module #2, Gabriela C. Zapata

Activities and Assignments Collection

This is the second instructional module for the teaching of Spanish to heritage speakers at the intermediate level. The outcomes for this module are as follows:

1. Students will be able to understand the way in which a persuasive essay is organized and written;

2. Students will be able to continue applying the rules for the accentuation of palabras esdrújulas and agudas to improve their spelling;

3. Students will be able to understand the rules that govern the present tense in Spanish and why it is the most appropriate tense when writing a persuasive essay.

4. Students will learn the ...


Spanish For Heritage Speakers: Instructional Module #3, Gabriela C. Zapata Jan 2016

Spanish For Heritage Speakers: Instructional Module #3, Gabriela C. Zapata

Activities and Assignments Collection

This is the third instructional module for the teaching of Spanish to heritage speakers at the intermediate level. The outcomes for this module are as follows:

1. Students will be able to understand the way in which a descriptive essay is organized and written;

2. Students will be able to continue applying the rules for the accentuation of palabras esdrújulas and agudas to improve their spelling;

3. Students will be able to understand the rules that govern the use of adjectives in Spanish, including the exceptions that break these rules;

4. Students will review the rules that govern the accentuation ...


Kiez Kieken: Observations Of Berlin, Vol. 1, Spring 2012, Maria Ebner, Annie Buckel, James Hollingsworth, Caroline Inzucchi, Matthew Kasper, Kingsley Lasbrey, Alexander Macleod, Sean Maguire, Leila Nabizadeh, Kathryn Reddy, Peter Scherer, Kelsey Taormina Apr 2012

Kiez Kieken: Observations Of Berlin, Vol. 1, Spring 2012, Maria Ebner, Annie Buckel, James Hollingsworth, Caroline Inzucchi, Matthew Kasper, Kingsley Lasbrey, Alexander Macleod, Sean Maguire, Leila Nabizadeh, Kathryn Reddy, Peter Scherer, Kelsey Taormina

Modern Languages and Literatures Student Publications

With this journal Kiez kieken: Observations of Berlin the students’ articles of the course Berlin Tales: Germany’s Kiez and Metropolis taught by Prof. Maria Ebner are being published to open up classroom discourse to a broader academic community. Topics have been chosen individually by each student and involved first-hand fieldwork research in Berlin, Germany, between March 10th and March 17th of 2012 as well as continuous individual research throughout the course of the semester.


Por Granada: Revista De Estudiantes, Vol. 2, Spring 2012, Rafael Lamas, Pepa Merlo, Danielle E. Flores, Julia Maguire, Ellen Mcmanus, Caitlin Lewis, Jacqueline Monnat, Claudine Murphy, Ashley Portal, Michael Landon, Olivia Licata, Alie Russo, Karina Daza, Julia Sponseller, Samuel Vincent, Sean Cantwell, Argelia Moya, Laura Muse Apr 2012

Por Granada: Revista De Estudiantes, Vol. 2, Spring 2012, Rafael Lamas, Pepa Merlo, Danielle E. Flores, Julia Maguire, Ellen Mcmanus, Caitlin Lewis, Jacqueline Monnat, Claudine Murphy, Ashley Portal, Michael Landon, Olivia Licata, Alie Russo, Karina Daza, Julia Sponseller, Samuel Vincent, Sean Cantwell, Argelia Moya, Laura Muse

Modern Languages and Literatures Student Publications

The magazine Por Granada publishes the students’ final project of the course Spain in Context taught by Prof. Lamas at Fordham in Granada. Rather than the academic research paper, the preferred format is the well-informed article of investigative journalism. Topics are chosen in consultation with Prof. Lamas and Begoña Calatrava, and must involve a demanding first-hand fieldwork in Granada. A number of interviews with locals are required to have the project approved. Students are requested to find their own sources and to create an adequate network of contacts to fully understand the chosen subject matter. All articles are the result ...


The Lost Privilegio De Alcalá De Henares De 1295, George Greenia Jul 2011

The Lost Privilegio De Alcalá De Henares De 1295, George Greenia

Arts & Sciences Book Chapters

No abstract provided.


Por Granada: Revista De Estudiantes, Vol. 1, Spring 2011, Rafael Lamas, Mark Herreros, Rachel Curland, Tim Gallagher, Tatiana Dilanzo, Jessica Cisneros, Molly Malar, Maureen Sweet, Veronica Torok, Kristen Sharp, Jacqueline Tralies, Gabriel Agostini, Luciana Taddei, William Larkin, Clare Masullo, Jaime Breslin, Kyle Forrester, Chris Ready, Sarah Rosati, Kelsey Sweeney Apr 2011

Por Granada: Revista De Estudiantes, Vol. 1, Spring 2011, Rafael Lamas, Mark Herreros, Rachel Curland, Tim Gallagher, Tatiana Dilanzo, Jessica Cisneros, Molly Malar, Maureen Sweet, Veronica Torok, Kristen Sharp, Jacqueline Tralies, Gabriel Agostini, Luciana Taddei, William Larkin, Clare Masullo, Jaime Breslin, Kyle Forrester, Chris Ready, Sarah Rosati, Kelsey Sweeney

Modern Languages and Literatures Student Publications

The journal Por Granada publishes the student's final project of the course Spain in Context taught by Prof. Lamas at Fordham in Granada. Rather than the academic research papers, the preferred format is the well-informed article of investigative journalism. All articles are the result of thoughtful teamwork of their authors and have been originally written in Spanish.


Down For The Count: The Limits Of Numerology, George Greenia Oct 2009

Down For The Count: The Limits Of Numerology, George Greenia

Arts & Sciences Book Chapters

No abstract provided.


Usa -Chile: Otterbein University, Universidad San Sebastian, November 27-December 22, 2005, Carmen J. Galarce Jan 2005

Usa -Chile: Otterbein University, Universidad San Sebastian, November 27-December 22, 2005, Carmen J. Galarce

Faculty Books

Information is provided about the country of Chile in South America for a study-travel class (Spanish 390) that went from Otterbein College in Westerville, Ohio to visit the Universidad San Sebastian in Valdivia, Chile from November 27-December 22, 2005.


Race And The Rise Of Standard American, Thomas Paul Bonfiglio Jan 2002

Race And The Rise Of Standard American, Thomas Paul Bonfiglio

Bookshelf

This study examines the effect of race-consciousness upon the pronunciation of American English and upon the ideology of standardization in the twentieth century. It shows how the discourses of prescriptivist pronunciation, the xenophobic reaction against immigration to the eastern metropolises - especially New York - and the closing of the western frontier together constructed an image of the American West and Midwest as the locus of proper speech and ethnicity. This study is of interest to scholars and students in linguistics, American studies, cultural studies, Jewish studies, and studies in race, class, and gender.


Modern And Classical Languages, Wynona H. Wilkins, Rosine Tenenbaum, William I. Morgan, Paul J. Schwartz, Bruno Hildebrandt Jan 1983

Modern And Classical Languages, Wynona H. Wilkins, Rosine Tenenbaum, William I. Morgan, Paul J. Schwartz, Bruno Hildebrandt

UND Departmental Histories

This departmental history was written on the occasion of the UND Centennial in 1983.


John Joseph Guilbeau Papers - Accession 188, John Joseph Guilbeau Jan 1978

John Joseph Guilbeau Papers - Accession 188, John Joseph Guilbeau

Manuscript Collection

John Joseph Guilbeau [1913-1990] was a Professor of French at Winthrop College (1965-1978). The Papers consist of correspondence, speeches, research papers and articles concerning Guilbeau’s interest and research in the French language and folklore, particularly in Louisiana (1956-1973); his service on the corporation visiting committee of the Department of Foreign Literatures and Linguistics at MIT (1973-1977); his association with the South Central Modern Language Association (1958-1965); and his tenure as a professor in the Winthrop Modern and Classical Languages Department (1965-1978).


Philological Association Of The Carolinas Records - Accession 118, Philological Association Of The Carolinas Jan 1977

Philological Association Of The Carolinas Records - Accession 118, Philological Association Of The Carolinas

Manuscript Collection

The Philological Association of the Carolinas Records consist of correspondence, evaluation sheets, registration forms, research papers, program notes, and newspaper clippings concerning the founding of the Association, its first annual meeting at Winthrop, and the presentation of papers at the meeting.


Margaret Mae Bryant Papers - Accession 21, Margaret Mae Bryant Jan 1976

Margaret Mae Bryant Papers - Accession 21, Margaret Mae Bryant

Manuscript Collection

The collection consists of Dr. Bryant’s professional and organizational files, biographical data, correspondence, and speeches. Most of the material relates to her publishing efforts, her work as a faculty member at Brooklyn College, and her involvement with professional organizations, especially the New York branch of the American Association of University Women. Most of the material extends form 1950-1975. A list of the more prominent individuals who corresponded with Margaret Bryant has been included as an appendix to the inventory. (For more extensive and comprehensive list of correspondents, see the list included in the collection control file.)