Manipulating the Portrait of the East: Evidence of Negative Cross-Cultural Narratives within The Picture of Dorian Gray and Dracula

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Title: Manipulating the Portrait of the East: Evidence of Negative Cross-Cultural Narratives within The Picture of Dorian Gray and Dracula
Author: Alami-Nassif, Dounya
Description: This project won the 2013 Signature Course Information Literacy Award. The award recognizes exemplary student work that achieves the learning outcomes of the Signature Course information literacy requirement, which are that students will be able to create and execute a research strategy, critically evaluate information, and use citations. This paper was nominated by Dr. Elizabeth Richmond-Garza from the Department of English and was submitted in her Fall 2012 Signature Course "Modernity, Anxiety, and the Art of the Uncanny." This project was selected for both its sophisticated analysis of sources and the range and quality of sources used.
Department: UT Libraries
Subject: Signature Course Information Literacy Award Orientalism Oscar Wilde Bram Stoker Dracula The Picture of Dorian Gray
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2152/20039
Date: 2012

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