Ethnicity and Gender Debates: Cross-Readings of American Literature and Culture in the New Millennium by Tatiani G. RAPATZIKOU and Ludmila MARTANOVSCHI, Peter Lang, Berlin, 2020, 298 pp. ISBN 978-3-631-79223-0. 49.50 €

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Monica Manolachi

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Manolachi, M. “Ethnicity and Gender Debates: Cross-Readings of American Literature and Culture in the New Millennium: By Tatiani G. RAPATZIKOU and Ludmila MARTANOVSCHI, Peter Lang, Berlin, 2020, 298 Pp. ISBN 978-3-631-79223-0. 49.50 €”. Linguaculture, vol. 12, no. 2, Dec. 2021, pp. 183-7, doi:10.47743/lincu-2021-2-0220.
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Monica Manolachi, University of Bucharest, Romania

Monica Manolachi is a lecturer of English and Spanish at the University of Bucharest, a poet and a literary translator. Her research interests are Caribbean literature, cultural studies and translation studies. She is the author of Performative Identities in Contemporary Caribbean British Poetry (2017) and her most recent article on the same topic is “Multiethnic Resonances in Derek Walcott’s Poetry” (2019). Two of her most recent articles on Romanian literature and culture in translation are: “‘A Sign of Life’: The Role of Food in Contemporary Prose by Romanian Women Writers” (2021) and “The Image of the Mayor in Communist and Postcommunist Romanian Filmography” (2021). In 2016, her Antologie de poezie din Caraibe received the “Dumitru Crăciun” prize for translation at the “Titel Constantinescu” International Festival.