Traditions and Transitions

TRADITIONS AND TRANSITIONS

Volume One 

2019. E. Slavova, A. Bagasheva, K. Slavova, N. Tincheva, R. Muharska, R. Ishpekova, Z. Catalan (Eds.)

Sofa: Sofia University Press

FOREWORD

1. TRADITIONS, HISTORY AND CHANGE

INTRODUCTION Part I

Ninety Years on the Move: English-Language Literatures at Sofia University | Alexander Shurbanov  Full text

The Study of English at Sofia University: Ninety Years on the Move. English Linguistics | Christo Stamenov  Full text

Culture and Cultural Studies at the Department of English and American Studies at Sofia University | Tatyana Stoicheva  Full text

BG and GB Working Together Against All Odds: The Sofia – Leeds University Exchange 1968-1999 | Michael Holman  Full text

Applied Linguistics – A Fast Lane to Professional Competence in ELT | Liliana Grozdanova  Full text

Semiotics in Some Recent Linguistic Approaches | Mira Kovatcheva  Full text

 2. TRANSITIONS, TRANSGRESSIONS AND PERFORMANCE

INTRODUCTION Part II

Translingual Writing and Bilingual Self-Translation as Transcultural Mediation | Arianna Dagnino  Abstract Full text

Translating Affect: Performing the Personal | Sneja Gunew  Abstract

New American Theater in the Age of Trump | Thomas Haskell Simpson  Abstract

Translating ‘Race’: Lillian Hellman’s The Little Foxes in Soviet and Post-Soviet Era Bulgaria | Kornelia Slavova  Abstract

Two Decades of Shakespeare in the “Open Theatre” of a Bulgarian Village | Boika Sokolova and Kirilka Stavreva  Abstract

Chalga Culture Meets the Istanbul Convention: А Grotesque Spectacle of Masculinity | Ralitsa Muharska  Abstract  Full text

Translating Gender, Transgressing Reason, and the Misappropriation of Judith Butler in Bulgarian Public Discourse | Emilia Slavova  Abstract

Anglicist Women’s and Gender Studies as a European Discipline | Renate Haas  Abstract

On (Not) Wanting to Be Human: Man and Robot |Miglena Nikolchina Abstract  Full text

Traditions of Retirement in American Life and Literature | James Deutsch  Abstract

Obscure Irish English Dialogue and Hermetic Cultural Meaning in Lisa Mcgee’s Derry Girls | Jonathan Mccreedy  Abstract  Full text

“Fear Thy Neighbor”: Paranoia and Suburban Victimhood in Mark Pellington’s Arlington Road | Steffen Wöll  Abstract Full text

TRADITIONS AND TRANSITIONS

Volume Two 

2019. E. Slavova, A. Bagasheva, K. Slavova, N. Tincheva, R. Muharska, R. Ishpekova, Z. Catalan (Eds.)

Sofa: Sofia University Press

FOREWORD

1. LANGUAGE, DISCOURSE AND TRANSLATION

INTRODUCTION Part I

Historical Paradigms and the English Translation of Terms and Names From Medieval Bulgaria | Zhivko Hristov  Abstract

Historical Linguistics in Translation Teaching: A View on Tradition in Transition | Fernando Toda  Abstract

Cognitive Stages of Transition in the Lexical Integration of Anglicisms | Nevena Alexieva  Abstract

Pragmatic Competence and Intercultural Communication | Marija Kusevska Abstract

Self-Monitoring and Self-Correction in Simultaneous Interpreting | Nelly Yakimova Abstract

Teaching English as a Global Language: An Example from a Bulgarian University Context | Irena Dimova  Abstract

Getting Language Learners Lit-Up: Capitalising on Literature in Language Classes | Svetlana Dimitrova-Gyuzeleva  Abstract

The Case For Case of Intonation in Hamlet’s “To Be, Or Not To Be …” | Vladimir Phillipov  Abstract

Some Prosodic Characteristics of Bulgarian English | Snezhina Dimitrova  Abstract

From Nuclear Stress and Communicative Dynamism to Focus Projection: Traditions, Transitions and Future Research | Georgi Dimitrov  Abstract

The Facebook Status Update – A Bulgarian Political Discourse Genre | Nelly Tincheva  Abstract

New Voices for Old Heroes: Holden Caulfield in Retranslation | Maria Pipeva  Abstract

2. ENGLISH, AMERICAN AND WORLD LITERATURE

INTRODUCTION Part II

Memory and Representation in Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s Prometheus Bound, With Other Poems (1833) | Yana Rowland  Abstract

Shakespeare’s Sonnets and the Arts of Memory | Evgenia Pancheva  Abstract

The End of Tradition in George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four and Ford Madox Ford’s Parade’s End | Asparuh Asparuhov  Abstract

Possible Worlds in Historical Fiction: Degrees of Counterfactuality | Angel Igov  Abstract

“No Other Country Is So Favoured as This Country”: National and Self-Stereotypes as Plot-Generating Devices in Dickens’s and Thackeray’s Novels | Zelma Catalan  Abstract

From Tradition To Survivance: Postindians Narrating Survivance and Resistance | Meldan Tanrisal  Abstract

Tradition and Transformation: Realisation of New Gender Roles for Women in Achebe’s Anthills Of The Savannah | Burcin Erol  Abstract  Full text

The Anthropocene and Cli-Fiction in Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale and Maddaddam | Esther Muñoz-Gonzáles  Abstract Full text

Aristotle and Julian Barnes’ The Sense of an Ending | Michael Hattaway  Full text

EDITORIAL BOARD:

Emilia Slavova

Alexandra Bagasheva

Kornelia Slavova

Nelly Tincheva

Ralitsa Muharska

Rossitsa Ishpekova

Zelma Catalan

 

@2019, съставители

@2019 Университетско издателство „Св. Климент Охридски“

Сборникът се издава по проект на Фонд „Научни изследвания“:

Проект № 8010-1010/2018 за том I.

Проект № 8010-11/2019 за том II.

 

Volume One:  

ISBN 978-954-07-4955-6 (hard cover)
ISBN 978-954-07-5001-9 (pdf)

Volume Two: 

ISBN 978-954-07-4956-3 (hard cover)
ISBN 978-954-07-5002-6 (pdf)

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