LWU, XLIX 1.2016 Theme Issue: Teaching Native Literatures and Cultures in Europe. Birgit Däwes, Kristina Baudemann (Eds.) Einzelheft Inland € 12,00, Ausland € 15,00

ISBN: 978-3-8260-6512-5
Autor: LWU, Literatur in Wissenschaft und Unterricht
Year of publication: 2018
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ISBN: 978-3-8260-6512-5
Year of publication: 2018
Pagenumbers: 94
Language: englisch
Short description: B. Däwes / K. Baudemann: Teaching Native Literatures and Cultures in Europe: An Introduction – G. Vizenor: Standing Bear and Karl May: Authors of the Progressive Era – H. Lutz: Beyond Indianthusiasm, or: Why Teach a Canadian First Nation Author's Text in the EFL-Classroom? – Emma Lee Warrior's "Compatriots" – M. Moss: Native American Literature: From Creation Story to Pulitzer Prize – S. N. Meyer: Beware of Positive Images! Non-Native "Revisionist" Film Practice, Visual Literacy, Multicultural Literacy, and the EFL-Classroom – R. Watchman: Teaching & Contextualizing Indigenous Literatures: A Focus on Fourth World Literatures – E. M. Jensen: The Story of the Sámi: A Juxtaposition of an Encyclopedic and Narrative Mode of Telling

Die Herausgeberinnen:
Birgit Däwes is Professor and Chair of American Studies at the University of Flensburg.
Kristina Baudemann is an instructor and PhD student at the University of Flensburg.

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