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George Elliott Clarke's Othello
Competing Autonomy Claims and the Changing Grammar of Global Politics.
This article argues that contending ideas about autonomy lie behind current discourses of human rights, claims to nation-state and cultural autonomy, and democracy promotion. Globalizing processes are bringing these contested ...
Wordsworth's Daffodils: A Recurring Motif in Contemporary Canadian Literature.
It is a commonplace of criticism in the new literatures in English that colonial writers experienced difficulty in adapting the English language and English literary forms to the very different natural environments they ...
Canada and Brazil: Shifting Contexts for Knowledge Production” (“Canadá e Brasil: Contextos de mundança para a produção de conhecimento)
This paper addresses the shifting contexts for knowledge production as they affect researchers in the humanities and social sciences working within Canada and Brazil on dimensions of Canadian studies in the twenty-first ...