Congratulations to MACL Students Stephanie Dror, Aline Frederico, Megan Harrison, Yash Kesanakurthy and Cynthia Nugent [All Students]

Congratulations to five MACL students who have had papers or posters accepted at upcoming peer-reviewed conferences.

Stephanie Dror’s paper, “Katniss as Environmental Champion: Reading Nature as a Game Space in The Hunger Games,” has been accepted at the Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association Conference (PAMLA 2013), taking place in San Diego this November.

Megan Harrison’s paper, “Trauma Depiction in Refugee Memoirs for Children,” has been accepted for the Society for the History of Childhood and Youth (SHCY) Conference in June at the University of Nottingham, U.K.

MACL students will also be well-represented at Congress 2013 at the University of Victoria taking place in June.

Cynthia Nugent’s paper, “Extending Picturebook Multimodal Theory to Encompass the Affordances of the iPad” has been accepted for the Association for Canadian and Quebec Literatures (ACQL/ALCQ) Conference at Congress. Aline Frederico will be presenting her paper, “The Construction of Meaning in Three Fairy Tale Enhanced Electronic Picturebooks” and Yash Kesanakurthy will be presenting her poster, “Sense, Sensitivity and Censorship: An Analysis of Gate-Keeping Behaviour in the Online Nerdfighter Community,” as part of the Canadian Association for Information Science Conference at Congress.



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