2 edition of Counter-discursive strategies in first-world migrant writing. found in the catalog.
Counter-discursive strategies in first-world migrant writing.
Photocopy of thesis (Ph.D.) - University of British Columbia, 1997.
Fachinger, Petra. Counter-Discursive Strategies in ‘First World’ Migration Writing. Ph.D. Comparative Literature. University of British Columbia, Padovan, Graziella. Memorie Etniche e Strutture Metanarrative nei Romanzi di Joy Kogawa e Caterina Edwards. M.A. Lingue e Letterature Germaniche e Romanze. Università di Udine. Writing from the Margins - and Beyond.., Hannelore van Ryneveld University of Cape Town Abstract In Jose F. A. Oliver published his first poetry volume AufBrucb in Germany. His standing as a German-speaking poet from Spanish Andalusian stock was linked to theGastarbeiterhteratur, or migrant worker.
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writing of books, in addition to their classification, design, publica-tion, translation, anthologizing, and reception across multiple geographies. Books are no longer imagined to exist in a single liter-ary system but may exist, now and in the future, in several literary systems, through various and uneven practices of world circulation. Focuses on identifying counter-discursive strategies, and applies postcolonial theory concerned with textual resistance to the German situation. This book relates marginal writing in Germany to similar forms of writing in other national and cultural contexts.
Re-writing, however, which is understood as an intentional, political dialogue with specific texts, is a recurrent counter-discursive strategy in the texts discussed. Finally, the thesis argues that the re-writing of traditional literary genres, such as Novelle, short story cycle, autobiography, Bildungs roman and quest novel, rather than of a particular text, as in other post-colonial contexts, is the most prevalent Cited by: 1.
Unpublished PhD thesis: “Counter-Discursive Strategies in First World Migrant Writing,” UBC (focus on Australian, Canadian, and American diasporic writers) The Image of Poland in Postwar German Literature, Seminar (September ), co-edited with Werner Nell, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle.
Introduction by Petra Fachinger. University of British Columbia (thesis title: "Counter-Discursive Strategies in First-W odd Migrant Writing"). Fachinger is the author of Rewriting Germany from the Margins: "Other" German Literature if the s and s (McGill-Queen's University Press, ) as well as several articles on ethnic-minority writing in English and in German.
She holds a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from the University of British Columbia (thesis title: "Counter-Discursive Strategies in FirstWorld Migrant Writing").
Fachinger is the author of Rewriting Germany from the Margins: "Other" German Literature of the s and s as well as several articles on transnational literature in English and in German. Writing Across Worlds explores an extraordinary range of migration literaturesm from letters and diaries to journalistic articles, autobiographies and fiction, in order to analyse the reality of the migrant's experience.
The sheer range of writings - Irish, Friulian, Italian, Jewish and South Asian British, Gastarbeiter literature from Germany.
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1 Moretti Damrosch Thomsen, chap. 1 10 September. She holds a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from the University of British Columbia (thesis title: “Counter-Discursive Strategies in First-World Migrant Writing”). Fachinger is the author of Rewriting Germany from the Margins: “Other” German Literature of the s and s (McGill-Queen’s UP, ) as well as several articles on.
Re-writing, however, which is understood as an intentional, political dialogue with specific texts, is a recurrent counter-discursive strategy in the texts discussed. A reading exercise that deals with migration issues. Topic: the death of 58 Chinese illegal immigrants in a truck (, The Guardian).
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