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  • The University of New Brunswick | Electrical and Computer Engineering - Academia.edu
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    Original URL path: http://newbrunswick.academia.edu/Departments/Electrical_and_Computer_Engineering?page=2 (2016-04-30)
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  • Diana Austin | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
    Critical and Cultural Theory Modern British Literature Modern and Contemporary British Novel and Feminist Theory and Gender Studies edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing Papers Reorder Add Paper author rank by 30 day views total views followers Join Diana and 36 757 407 other researchers on Academia edu Connect with Facebook not now Close Log In Log In with Facebook Log In with Google or Email Password Remember

    Original URL path: http://newbrunswick.academia.edu/DianaAustin (2016-04-30)
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  • Vicky Simpson | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
    of Queen Victoria from the early more This project brings together two related nineteenth century British discourses the idealization of the royal hearth and the craze for sensation It traces the development of the cultural narrative of Queen Victoria from the early literary experiments and counter narratives to the frenzied reginamania that coincided with mass market sensation fiction in the late 1850s and early 1860s By locating sensation within the history of larger cultural forces this study shows how the sensation novel articulated explored and in some cases provoked anxieties surrounding the model Victorian family The four chapters loosely follow a chronological order the first two examine the early years of Victoria s reign and the growing sensation over the manufactured image of the royal family the second two examine the development of the sensation novel and its focus on family and property with an exploration of works by three seminal sensation writers Wilkie Collins Mary Elizabeth Braddon and Ellen Wood This project demonstrates how the royal idyll occupied substantial space not only in the British home but also in the female imagination and how sensation fiction like the spectacle of the royal family played on fantasies about and fictive visions of the family These novels reveal and exploit common mid Victorian fears about the family including issues such as adultery bigamy divorce illegitimacy paternity disputes inherited insanity and mistaken identity but they also paradoxically reinforce a desire for the idyllic household by making it seem all the more precious and elusive Indeed the ideal family was seen by many as the most valuable property a Victorian could own I will argue that sensation novels highlight women s role in producing maintaining and marketing the family and firmly established a new kind of heroine who emulates the queen s example the active and inventive female homemaker a term that was coined in 1876 However these novels also reveal that some were reappraising the value of the ideal family and beginning to reject it showing an eager audience the possibilities for alternative and fulfilling family structures More Info PhD dissertation UNB 2010 Research Interests Genre studies Queen Victoria and Victorian sensation fiction Upload File Bookmark Edit Delete Move section The eagerness of a listener quickens the tongue of a narrator Storytelling and Autobiography in Jane Eyre more by Vicky Simpson In many ways Charlotte Brontё s Jane Eyre is about who has the power and authority to tell stories This paper explores why Jane would purport to write in the autobiographical form but then deliberately call attention to the text s more In many ways Charlotte Brontё s Jane Eyre is about who has the power and authority to tell stories This paper explores why Jane would purport to write in the autobiographical form but then deliberately call attention to the text s fictional constructs by using non realist elements What is to be gained The mix of the realist mode of autobiography with the supernatural world of folk and fairy

    Original URL path: http://newbrunswick.academia.edu/VickySimpson (2016-04-30)
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  • Rebecca Caissie | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
    Medieval Literature Philosophy Social Sciences Cultural Studies Cultural Theory Social Media Digital Media and Media and Cultural Studies Graphic Novels Medeival Studies Medieval History Media Studies Medieval Literature Philosophy Social Sciences Cultural Studies Cultural Theory Social Media Digital Media and Media and Cultural Studies edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing Papers Reorder Add Paper author rank by 30 day views total views followers Join Rebecca and 36 757

    Original URL path: http://newbrunswick.academia.edu/RebeccaCaissie (2016-04-30)
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  • Ashlee Joyce | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
    and Tragicomedies more by Ashlee Joyce Publication Name The University of New Brunswick Department of English Journal of Student Writing Upload File Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Conference Presentations Reorder Add Conference Presentation The Same Thing Elsewhere The Uncanny Afterlives of Francisco Goya s The Disasters of War more by Ashlee Joyce Location York University Toronto ON Organization Terror The Politics of the Abject Strategies of Critique Graduate Conference in Social Political Thought Conference End Date May 3 2013 Conference Start Date May 2 2013 Research Interests Spanish Civil War Gottfried Helnwein Francisco Goya Chapman Brothers and Larry Gaudet Upload File Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Reclaiming the Dérive The Tourist the Souvenir and the Search for the Utopic Everyday more by Ashlee Joyce Location Niagara Falls ON Organization Popular Culture Association of Canada Conference End Date May 11 2013 Conference Start Date May 9 2013 Upload File Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Hybrid Self Hybrid Nation Pastiche and Subversion in Jacques Poulin s Volkswagen Blues more by Ashlee Joyce Location Université de Montréal Montréal PQ Organization Of Human Bondage Literatures of Constraint 10th Annual Université de Montréal English Graduate Colloquium Conference End Date Mar 2 2013 Conference Start Date Mar 1 2013 Research Interests Canadian Literature Upload File Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Remapping the Slave Narrative Language and Satire in Bernardine Evaristo s Blonde Roots more by Ashlee Joyce Location Mount Saint Vincent University Halifax NS Organization 30th Annual Atlantic Undergraduate English Conference Conference End Date Mar 13 2011 Conference Start Date Mar 11 2011 Upload File Bookmark Edit Delete Move section The Disabled Male in George Eliot s The Mill on the Floss more by Ashlee Joyce Location University of New Brunswick Saint John NB Organization Social Sciences and Humanities Student Conference and Workshop Publication Name The

    Original URL path: http://newbrunswick.academia.edu/AshleeJoyce (2016-04-30)
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  • Alison Parsons | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
    edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing Papers Reorder Add Paper author rank by 30 day views total views followers Join Alison and 36 757 415 other researchers on Academia edu Connect with Facebook not now Close Log In Log In with Facebook Log In with Google or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll email you

    Original URL path: http://newbrunswick.academia.edu/AlisonParsons (2016-04-30)
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  • Jessica Coughlin | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
    edit Edit Done Editing Papers Reorder Add Paper author rank by 30 day views total views followers Join Jessica and 36 757 418 other researchers on Academia edu Connect with Facebook not now Close Log In Log In with Facebook Log In with Google or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll email you a reset

    Original URL path: http://newbrunswick.academia.edu/JessicaCoughlin (2016-04-30)
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  • Rachel Bryant | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
    paradigm of human exceptionalism and in this sense The Tempest reflects a characteristically Shakespearean anxiety about the ways in which Europeans compulsively treated new world lands and populations as resources to be controlled exploited and or sold at market Publication Date Dec 2013 Publication Name English Studies in Canada 39 4 Research Interests Shakespeare Colonialism and Ecocriticism Download pdf Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Imaginary Lines Transcending the St Croix Legacy in the Northeast Borderlands more by Rachel Bryant Publication Date 2014 Publication Name Native American and Indigenous Studies 1 1 Research Interests Native American Studies Native American Literature Literature Passamaquoddy Wampum and Wabanaki Confederacy Download pdf Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Writing Scotland Performing Gender Nathaniel and Sophia Hawthorne in Old Scotia more by Rachel Bryant More Info co authored with Julie Hall Publication Date 2011 Publication Name CCTE Studies 76 Research Interests American Literature Travel Writing American Romanticism American Renaissance Nathaniel Hawthorne Scotland and Sophia Hawthorne Upload File Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Interviews Reorder Add Document Flawed Splendour A Conversation with Lynn Coady more by Rachel Bryant Publication Date 2007 Publication Name Studies in Canadian Literature 32 1 Research Interests Canadian Literature and Atlantic Canada Studies Download pdf View on journals hil unb ca Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Encyclopedia Entries Reorder Add Document Mihku Paul more by Rachel Bryant Publication Date 2013 Publication Name The New Brunswick Literary Encyclopedia Research Interests Native American Studies Native American Literature Literature and Maine Upload File View on w3 stu ca Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Book Reviews Reorder Add Book Review Dawnland Voices An Anthology of Indigenous Writing from New England Ed Siobhan Senier more by Rachel Bryant Research Interests Native American Studies Indigenous Studies Literature New England History Book Reviews and Anthology Download pdf Bookmark Edit Delete Move section The Routledge Concise History of Canadian Literature more by Rachel Bryant Publication Date 2014 Publication Name University of Toronto Quarterly 83 2 Research Interests Literature Canadian Literature and Book Reviews Download pdf Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Bibliographies Reorder Add Document Current Bibliography more by Rachel Bryant Publication Date 2011 Publication Name Nathaniel Hawthorne Review 37 2 Research Interests American Literature American Romanticism American Renaissance and Nathaniel Hawthorne Upload File Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Conference Presentations Reorder Add Conference Presentation Making Words Walk Reading Josephine Bacon s Poems as Tshissinuatshitakana more by Rachel Bryant Location Toronto Ontario Event Date Oct 10 2015 Journal Name American Studies Association Conference Research Interests Native American Studies Indigenous Studies Native American Literature Literature First Nations of Canada History of Labrador and 2 more Innu and Innu Culture and History Innu and Innu Culture and History Upload File Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Honey from the Rock Captivity and the Ongoing Search for Anglo Indigeneity more by Rachel Bryant Location MLA Annual Convention Chicago Illinois Event Date Jan 9 2014 Upload File Bookmark Edit Delete Move section A wigwam on the hill Meeting Rita Joe in Native Space more by Rachel Bryant Location

    Original URL path: http://newbrunswick.academia.edu/RachelBryant (2016-04-30)
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