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作者:Xin Liu
来源:[J].Journal of Romance Studies, 2018, Vol.18 (1), pp.63-80LUP
摘要:Through the lens of Julia Kristeva’s and Barbara Creed’s theories of the horror genre and abjection, this article investigates how the Manetti Brothers’ science fiction horror movie L’Arrivo di Wang builds an ethnic allegory and xenophobic discourse upon its characteriz...
作者:Stuart Davis
来源:[J].Journal of Romance Studies, 2018, Vol.18 (1), pp.25-44LUP
摘要:This article examines the shape of the pedagogical canon of Spanish degree courses in UK Higher Education institutions. After identifying briefly the current challenges to the sector, the article discusses the results of a data set relating to the academic year 2015/2016, before ...
作者:Jonathan Huff
来源:[J].Journal of Romance Studies, 2018, Vol.18 (1), pp.45-62LUP
摘要:The authority of the composer in matters pertaining to music is an interesting problem. We generally afford the composer the highest authority over his art, but this is a relatively recent phenomenon bound up in Romantic ideas of genius associated with the middle or later ni...
作者:Véronique Bragard , Karen Lindo
来源:[J].Journal of Romance Studies, 2018, Vol.18 (1), pp.1-23LUP
摘要:Since the end of the Second World War, the figure of the perpetrator has given rise to vigorous debates and indictments in both fiction and legislation. Where trauma studies have contributed to apprehending the complexity of the human condition and the will to survive histor...
作者:Judith Still
来源:[J].Journal of Romance Studies, 2018, Vol.18 (1), pp.103-129LUP
摘要:Crèvecoeur’s reception has been skewed by a focus on his writing in English. His work on slavery has been neglected – with the exception of one extract on a bestial Southern atrocity, and even that letter has been undermined as an anti-slavery text. In fact, he wrote si...
作者:Elisa Serra Porteiro
来源:[J].Journal of Romance Studies, 2018, Vol.18 (1), pp.81-102LUP
摘要:This article explores the relevance and position of Irish drama within the repertoire of the Centro Dramático Galego, a theatre company supported by the Galician autonomous government. Productions are considered in light of the consolidation of national and cultural identity...

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