Items where Subject is "P Language and Literature > PL Languages and literatures of Eastern Asia, Africa, Oceania"
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Meinhof, U.H. (ed.) (2003) Africa and applied linguistics, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, John Benjamins, 180pp. (AILA Review, 16).
Bernasek, Lisa (ed.) (2008) Artistry of the Everyday: Beauty and Craftsmanship in Berber Life, Cambridge, US, Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, 128pp.
Primorac, Ranka (ed.) (2010) African city textualities, London, GB, Routledge, 128pp.
Baker, Will (2011) Culture and identity through ELF in Asia: Fact or fiction? In, Latest Trends in ELF Research. Newcastle upon Tyne, GB, Cambridge Scholars, 32-52.
Bernasek, Lisa (2010) “First Arts” of the Maghrib: Exhibiting Berber culture at the Musée du Quai Branly. In, Hoffman, Katherine E. and Miller, Susan Gilson (eds.) Berbers and Others: Beyond Tribe and Nation in the Maghrib. Bloomington, US, Indiana University Press, 171-194. (Public Cultures of the Middle East and North Africa ).
Galloway, Nicola (2011) An investigation of Japanese university students' attitudes towards English. University of Southampton, Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 470pp.
Jones, Stephanie (2007) Merchant-kings and everymen: narratives of the South Asian diaspora of East Africa. Journal of Eastern African Studies, 1, (1), 16-33.
Manghani, Sunil (2009) Love messaging: mobile phone txting seen through the lens of tanka poetry. Theory Culture & Society, 26, (2-3), 209-232. (doi:10.1177/0263276409103130).
Meinhof, Ulrike Hanna (2005) Initiating a public: Malagasy music and live audiences in differentiated cultural contexts. In, Livingstone, Sonia (ed.) Audience and Publics: When Cultural Engagement Matters for the Public Sphere. Bristol, UK, Portland, USA, Intellect Books, 115-138. (Changing Media – Changing Europe Series 2).
Primorac, Ranka (2002) Iron Butterflies: Notes on Yvonne Vera's 'Butterfly Burning'. In, Muponde, Robert and Taruvinga, Mandi (eds.) Sign and Taboo: Perspectives on Yvonne Vera. Harare, ZW, Weaver Press, 101-108.
Primorac, Ranka (2007) The heart of the city: postcolonial subjectivities in contemporary zambian women's writing. Scrutiny2, 12, (2), 20-31. (doi:10.1080/18125440701751935).
Primorac, Ranka (2008) The modern city and citizen efficacy in a Zambian novel. Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 44, (1), 49-60. (doi:10.1080/17449850701820665).
Primorac, Ranka (2008) Dictatorships are transient: Chenjerai Hove interviewed by Ranka Primorac. Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 43, (1), 135-146. (doi:10.1177/0021989407087829).
Primorac, Ranka (2009) The poetics of state terror in twenty-first century Zimbabwe. In, Boehmer, Elleke and Morton, Stephen (eds.) Terror and the Postcolonial: a Concise Companion. Oxford, GB, Blackwell, 254-272.
Primorac, Ranka (2010) Southern states: new literature from and about southern Africa. Journal of Southern African Studies, 36, (1), 247-253. (doi:10.1080/03057071003607485 ).
Primorac, Ranka (2010) Cosmopolitanism and social change in a Zambian thriller. Research in African Literatures, 41, (3), 49-61. (doi:10.2979/RAL.2010.41.3.49).
Sae-Tang, Sutat (2011) A systematic study of offline recognition of Thai printed and handwritten characters. University of Southampton, Faculty of Physical and Applied Sciences, Doctoral Thesis , 138pp.
Slabakova, Roumyana, Cabrelli Amaro, Jennifer and Kang, Sang Kyun (2013) Regular and novel metonymy in native Korean, Spanish and English: Experimental evidence for various acceptability. Metaphor and Symbol, 28, (4), 275-293.
White, Sarah J., Hirotiani, Masako and Liversedge, Simon P. (2010) Eye movement behavior during reading of Japanese sentences: effects of word length and visual complexity. Reading and Writing (doi:10.1007/s11145-010-9289-0). (In Press).
Winch, Junko (2012) An investigation of Japanese educational cultural impact on Japanese language learning in an international context. University of Southampton, Southampton Education School, Doctoral Thesis , 235pp.
Yu, Xia (2010) Text memorisation in China: hearing the learner and teacher voice. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 309pp.