Diaspora Literature Essays

  • Wayson Choy’s All That Matters
  • My Report on the Jamaican Culture
  • Dominican Republic and Haiti Share and Island, History, and Culture
  • Gods We Worship Live Next Door
  • The Collapse of the Ottoman Empire
  • Struggling through the Great Depression in Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye
  • Amitav Ghosh the Hungry Tide and the Interesting Narrative of Olaudah Equiano
  • “Role of Fdi & Fii in Indian Economic Growth”
  • Five Propositions for Exploring World Music
  • African Americans from 1865
  • Marketing and Guinness
  • The Formation of Muslim Identity in Europe
  • Settlement in the Canadian Maritime Provinces
  • Economic Contribution of Migrant Workers in Bangladesh
  • The War in Kashmir a Religious Conflict?
  • Irish Famine
  • The Role of Women in Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart
  • Real World Business Analysis
  • Transculturation in Our Sister Killyjoy and Nervous Conditions
  • encoding decoding
  • Weathering and Erosion
  • Nigeria during the Independence Era to the Present Time
  • Puerto Rican Music and Its Significance
  • Industry Engagement: Story of Starbucks in Australia
  • The Armenian Genocide
  • Internship Report on Hbl
  • Racism and Slavery
  • Biography and Book Report on Shaul Magid
  • A Political, Cultural, and Religious Description of the Current Atmosphere as Exists in Israel
  • Lost Identity Found
  • The Weight of Paper in Wayson Choy’s Novel All That Matters
  • Immigration Case Study
  • Discontent Expressed through Blues, Jazz, Reggae, and Hip-hop
  • 12 Years a Slave and Crossing the River: Postcolonial Critique
  • The Role of National Symbols in the Development of Nationalism
  • Culture Issues in Developed Countries
  • Migration, Remittances, Inequality and Poverty the Philippines
  • Thessalonians
  • Actors of Foreign Policy
  • Development Challenges in the Context of Zimbabwe
  • Prospectus Example
  • Information and Communication Technology as Bedrock of the Nation
  • Crouching Tiger and Hidden Dragon a Movie Directed by Ang Lee
  • The Literary History of the Philippines: a Timeline
  • Gendered Hatred in the Treatment of Women During the Holocaust
  • Israel's Controversy
  • Women´s Language: A History of Indian-English Women Writers
  • Understanding Conflict and Violence
  • The Black Woman's Burden in Three Novels: Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God, Toni Mo
  • Aid for the Haiti Tragedy Should Be Audited and Accounted for
  • Jewish Americans Stand on Isreal and Palestin Conflict
  • Liverpool's Slave Trade as a Centre of a Global Commerce and an Important Factor in British Economic Growth
  • haile selassie
  • The Israel-Palestine Conflict
  • amistad movie
  • The Rainbow and Colored Girls
  • A World Created through Trade
  • The Common Origins of the World’s Major Religions
  • Caribbean Crucible: History, Culture, and Globalization
  • Three Main Religions in the Middle East
  • Sectarianism: Islam and Pakistan
  • Rastafarian Symbolism In The Visual Arts
  • Cultural Family History Essay
  • Cuba's Colonial History
  • The Importance of the Role Played by the Educated Elite in the Process of Decolonisation in Africa
  • The Never Ending Israel-Palestine Peace Talks
  • A Revolution of the Distressed
  • Byd, Porter Diamond
  • Comparing Tradition and Change in Amy Tan's The Kitchen God's Wife and The Joy Luck Club
  • Development of African American Studies
  • Indian English
  • Post-Colonial Female Gender Roles and Feminism in Haiti
  • Lafarge Tarmac Final 1
  • The Debate on How Urban Middle-Class Identities Have Changed
  • Child of the Americas' by Aurora Levins Morales and 'What It's Like to Be a Black Girl' by Patricia Smith: A Comparative Analysis of Poems
  • Differences Between Island and Mainland Puerto Ricans
  • The Arab- Israeli Conflict
  • Relevance of Bureaucracy in an Organization
  • The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade

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College English is the professional journal for the college scholar-teacher. CE publishes articles about literature, rhetoric-composition, critical theory, creative writing theory and pedagogy, linguistics, literacy, reading theory, pedagogy, and professional issues related to the teaching of English. Issues may also include review essays. Contributions may work across traditional field boundaries; authors represent the full range of institutional types.

Coverage: 1939-2014 (Vol. 1, No. 1 - Vol. 77, No. 2)

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ISSN: 00100994

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