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Nos étudiants et étudiantes

Nos élèves de maitrise contribuent beaucoup

Dans le cadre des exigences de notre programme, les étudiants rédigent leur mémoire sur un sujet de leur choix sous la supervision d'un membre du corps professoral. Les sujets sont aussi variés que nos étudiants et étudiantes! Voici quelques-uns des titres de mémoire.

 

Lisez quelques-uns des plus récents ici : Recherche uO Research: Modern Languages ​​and Literatures - Research Papers (uottawa.ca)

 

2020/2021

ALUMA-BAIGENT, Alia. Crytpo: Art, Currency, and Capital. 2021.

AZOULAY, Stephanie.

 

AZZI, Amanda. Little Girl: The Weaponization of Infantilized and Roboticized (Hyper)Femininity in Postwar Japanese Popular Culture. 2021.

 

CYBANSKI, Kara. Out of the Closet and onto the Bookshelf: Lesbian Liberation in Elena Fortún's Oculto Sendero. 2021.

ENEGELA, Amada Faith.

HUGHES-WALDICK, Zoë. The Testimonio Effect in Slash and Burn: Representing the Voices of Women in War. 2021.

2019/2020

 

JURDI, Erika. Representations of Labour, Race, and Orientalism in Tale of a Certain Orient and Blackbodying. 2020.

 

PILON, Marylene. Exhibits of Truth and Reconciliation: Creating Empathetic Spaces for Indigenous Narratives in Canada. 2020.

RAHMAN, Elena. The Arab Canadian Identity Interculturalism, Trauma, and Identity Metamorphosis in Cockroach and Sabah. 2020.

 

ZHAO, Zixuan. Remembering the Algerian War: Trauma, Women, Diaspora and Aftermath in Cartouches Gauloises, Hors La Loi and The Battle of Algiers. 2020.​

2018/2019

PELLERIN PETROVA, Anna. Après le rideau de fer : le paradoxe du cinéma postcommuniste bulgar. 2019.​

2017/2018

MUCHA, Matthew. Her (Sub)version of History: The Works of Carmen Guerrero Nakpil. 2018.

 

ROKOLJ, Téa. Many a Footnote and Afterword: Dubravka Ugrešić and the Essay. 2018.

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