Faculty Bookshelf

Faculty in GW's Romance, German and Slavic Languages and Literatures Department author a wide range of books, published in multiple languages around the globe.

Notre France Noir

Notre France noire

After declaring their love for African cultures at Fayard in 2019, Alain Mabanckou and Abdourahman Waberi are joined by historian Pascal Blanchard to design "Notre France noire."

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Gendering the Renaissance: Text and Context in Early Modern Italy

The essays in this volume revisit the Italian Renaissance to rethink spaces thought to be defined and certain: from the social...

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The Marseille Mosaic: A Mediterranean City at the Crossroads of Cultures

Formerly the gateway to the French empire, the city of Marseille exemplifies a postcolonial Europe reshaped by immigrants,...

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Choreographing Mexico: Festive Performances and Dancing Histories of a Nation

Manuel Cuellar details the integration of Indigenous and regional dance styles into centennial celebrations, civic festivals,...

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Quand on n'a que la terre : et autres recueils

Abdourahman Waberi's poetry invites both an internal dialogue and a discovery of the Other. Faced with the tragedy of our...

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Dis-moi pour qui j'existe?

A new novel by Abdourahman Waberi: When his six-year-old daughter falls ill, Aden must face this unexplained suffering as well...

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ГОЛОСА: A Basic Course in Russian Book One 6th Edition (Routledge, 2022)

A Basic Course in Russian (Sixth Edition) by Richard M. Robin, Karen Evans-Romaine, and Galina Shatalina

Education for Sustainable Dev

Education for Sustainable Development in Foreign Language Learning

Utilizes the UNESCO Education for Sustainable Development framework to illustrate integration of sustainability education college foreign language learning.

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Intellectuals in the Society of Spectacle

This book by Christopher Britt and co-author Eduardo Subirats reveals the sense in which our postmodern societies are...

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The Cinema of Soviet Kazakhstan 1925–1991: An Uneasy Legacy (Lexington Books, 2021)

This monograph by Peter Rollberg traces the history of Kazakh filmmaking from its conception as a Soviet cultural construction...