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Representation of Ethnicity as Problem: Essence or Construction
(Journal of Canadian Studies, 1996)
The reading and study of ethnic minority writing repeatedly confront the problem of representation, and raise many questions in the debate between essentialism and social construction and implications for the issues of ...
Shirt and the Happy Man: Theory and Politics in Ethnic Minority Writing
(Canadian Ethnic Studies, 1996)
Ethnic minority writing in Canada was once a neglected field not only by Canadianists promoting a canon for a national literature, but also by theorists who focused on the great works from major European languages as the ...
Five–Fold Translation in the Theatre of Marco Micone
(Canadian Theatre Review, 2001)
In the complex relationship between the literatures of English Canada and Quebec translation has played an important role. Now with the emergence of ethnic minority writing in Canada this binary model of the literary ...
Friulani Writers in Canada: Elegy for the Future
(Udine: Forum, 2005)
One day we got lost in Pordenone. On a long drive from Udine to Bassano we took a wrong turn and found ourselves in a newly built area of Pordenone. The streets, sidewalks, green lawns and house designs were all a reproduction ...
Cosmic Ear: Calabrian Writers in Canada
(Australasian Canadian Studies, 2005)
"Our House is in a Cosmic Ear" is the title of a poem by Antonino Mazza, a poet and translator who epitomizes Calabrian writers in Canada. Calabrians constitute a very large proportion of the Italians in Canada. There are ...
Problems for the Italian-Canadian Writer and Critic: A Discussion in Three Parts
(University of Toronto, Iacobucci Centre, 2009)
Part One: The State of the Art; Part Two: Younger Writers; Part Three: The Burdens of History for the Italian
Twenty Years of Change: The Paradox of Italian-Canadian Writers
(Strange Peregrinations, 2006)
The most significant development which has taken place among Italian-Canadian writers since 1986 is the great amount of writing and publication. This was not supposed to happen according to most opinions. I recall that for ...