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The Stacks is the subject repository for American studies, Anglophone literatures & cultures, Australian & New Zealand studies, British & Irish studies, Canadian studies and English, including all sub-fields such as cultural studies, English language teaching, gender studies, geography, history, law, linguistics, literary studies, media studies, medieval studies, political science, postcolonial studies and social sciences.
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(2016):"'Words Are Signals': Language, Translation, and Colonization in Brian Friel's Translations." Rupkatha Journal on Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities 8.1: 122131.Journal Article
(2018):"“Till the Gossamer Thread You Fling Catch Somewhere”: Parvin E’tesami’s Creative Reception of Walt Whitman." Walt Whitman Quarterly Review 35.3/4: 267275.Journal Article
(2014):"A Poet Builds a Nation: Hafez as a Catalyst in Emerson’s Process of Developing American Literature." k@ta 16.2: 109117.Journal Article
(2014):"Reinforcing the Dominant Discourse in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice." 3L: The Southeast Asian Journal of English Language Studies 20.1: 167176.Journal Article
(2013):"Two Green Poets: A Comparative Ecocritical Study of Sepehri and Emerson." k@ta 15.2: 109116.Journal Article