Freeside Europe Online Academic Journal

Freeside Europe Online Academic Journal

Modern cultural, literary and linguistic perspectives

Issue 7 (February 2017)

Preface

Following a longer break within the publication of Freeside Europe Online Academic Journal the present open issue aims at bringing together the works of varied disciplines ranging from literature, film, cultural history, translation studies, language history, and applied linguistics. The intention is to illustrate a variety rather than a homogenous grouping of articles centred around one particular theme. This way everyone can find a topic that may interest them.

The articles featured within the present issue also offer a glimpse of the many-sidedness of the teachers and lecturers working within the Department of English Language and Literature at Kodolányi University, Budapest, Hungary. (Viktória Albert, Krisztina Kodó, Borka Richter, Bálint Szele, Judit Szitó and Gábor Wertheimer)

Additionally, three further articles have been included, namely Maria Palla's study of postcolonial literature focusing on Canadian South-Asian immigrant writing, Attila Takács's examination of Canadian Inuit filmmaking with a special focus on Kunuk's Atanarjuat, and finally László Zsolt Zságer's cultural narrative of the American frontier.

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ISSN 1786-7967

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