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La Princesse de Clèves by Lafayette: A New Translation and Bilingual Pedagogical Edition for the Digital Age

Edited by Hélène E. Bilis, Jean-Vincent Blanchard, David Harrison, and Hélène Visentin

This new volume, enriched by translator’s notes, provides a bilingual edition of Marie-Madeleine Pioche de La Vergne’s original 1678 work to foreground French literary and linguistic content alongside a rich variety of pedagogical dossiers with a wide range of resources and approaches for teaching and exploring the text in twenty-first century courses.

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Culture and Content in French: Frameworks for Innovative Curricula

Edited by Aurélie Chevant-Aksoy and Kathryne Adair Corbin

This volume offers nontraditional approaches to teaching culture in a complex time when the internet and social networks have blurred geographical, social, and political borders. The authors offer practical advice about teaching culture with kinesthetics, music, improvisation, and communication technologies for different competency levels.

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Casa Pueblo: A Puerto Rican Model of Self-Governance

Alexis Massol González with translation by Ashwin Ravikumar and Paul Schroeder Rodríguez

This collective translation of Casa Pueblo founder Alexis Massol González's original work was undertaken in the spirit of the organization and offers a chronological account of Casa Pueblo’s evolution from a small group of concerned citizens to an internationally recognized model for activism.

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What Kind of Island in What Kind of Sea

Franz Fühmann and Dietmar Riemann, translated by Elizabeth C. Hamilton

Elizabeth C. Hamilton's new English translation of Franz Fühmann and Dietmar Riemann's 1986 collection of written and photographic essays includes reflections on the book and its impact

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