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Researcher and Informant Roles in Narrative Interactions: Construction of Belonging and Foreign-ness
(Cambridge University Press, 2011)
In this article I focus on the influence of researcher/informant roles on the types of narratives that are produced and on the ways in which storytelling interactions are managed in research contexts. In particular, I ...
A Moroccan Tale of an Outlandish Europe: Ben Jelloun’s Departures for a Double Exile
(Indiana University Press, 2009)
By exploring the relations between Morocco and Spain, Tahar Ben Jelloun’s novel Partir provides a critical stance on migration and intercultural exchanges between Africa and Europe that transcends a unilateral indictment ...
(Edinburgh Journal of Gadda Studies, 2002)
Pronominal Choice, Identity and Solidarity in Political Discourse
(Walter de Gruyter, 1995)
This paper presents an empirical analysis of the pragmatic role that pronouns expressing person deixis have in the Speeches of two Mexican participants in a Conference on the Chiapas revolt of January 1994 in Mexico. ...
Code switching and ethnicity in a community of practice
(Cambridge University Press, 2007-05-19)
In the past twenty years the existence of a sense of ethnic belonging among immigrant groups of European ancestry in the United States has become the focus of frequent debates and polemics. This article argues that ethnicity ...
Review of David Herman’s Story Logic
(Cambridge University Press, 2003)
Review of M. Hyvärinen et al. (eds.) Beyond Narrative Coherence
(University of Hawai'i Press, 2011)
Foreignizing the Imagi-Nation: Giovanni Ruffini’s Contrapuntal Risorgimento
(Canadian Society for Italian Studies, 2013)
Giovanni Ruffini, author of the 1855 novel Doctor Antonio, is mainly remembered as the quintessential exiled Risorgimento patriot who, in Mazzini’s footsteps, from London advocated Italy’s freedom and unification. this ...
CaRterbury Tales: Romances of Disenchantment in Geoffrey Chaucer and Angela Carter
(University of North Carolina Press, 1997)
Scribi del caos: Carlo Emilio Gadda, Samuel Beckett
(Edinburgh Journal of Gadda Studies, 2000)