Number of items at this level: 10.
Kennedy, Fionnuala and Bruen, Jennifer and Pechenart, Juliette (2012) Using an e-portfolio to faciliate the self-assessment of both language and intercultural learning in higher education: A case-study approach. Language Learning in Higher Education, 1 (1). pp. 229-247. ISSN 2191-6128
Duffy, Brian (2010) Journey to the Desert and Other Motifs in Albert Camus’ “La femme adultère” and Richard Ford’s “Abyss”. Revue de littérature comparée (2). ISSN 0035-1466
Conference or Workshop Item
Bruen, Jennifer and Pechenart, Juliette (2007) Vorsprung durch Technik: developing an online version of the European Language Portfolio. In: EDTech 2007: Eighth Annual Irish Technology Users’ Conference, 23rd-25th May 2007, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland.
McGrath, Dearbhla (2013) Weaving words a diachronic analysis of the representation of gender, sexuality and otherness in women’s (re)writings of La Belle et la Bête. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Denis, Morwena (2011) Je traduis donc je suis: l'impossible entre-deux des fictions créolitaires. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
O'Driscoll, Kieran (2010) Around the world in eighty changes: a diachronic study of the multiple causality of six complete translations (1873-2004), from French to English, of Jules Verne's novel 'Le tour du monde en quatre-vingts jours' (1873). PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Roturier, Johann (2006) An investigation into the impact of controlled English rules on the comprehensibility, usefulness and acceptability of machine-translated technical documentation for French and German users. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Kleinman, Sylvie (2005) Translation, the French language and the United Irishmen (1792-1804). PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Delamere, Brigid (1998) Communication strategies of English-speaking learners of French on a business studies course. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.
Creed, Mairead (1995) A contrastive analysis of French and English social statistics texts. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.