PhD Student in French

Pooja Booluck

  • M.A. in French Literature, University of British Columbia – 2017
  • B.A. in French and Psychology, University of British Columbia – 2015

Currently working with Dr. Onyeoziri as a Research Assistant on her project entitled “Utopian Memory: remembering as utopianism in African and Caribbean francophone literatures”.

M.A. in French literature, University of British Columbia – 2017
B.A. in French and Psychology, University of British Columbia – 2015

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Migration
  • Traumatic Memory
  • African and Caribbean Literature
  • Women Studies
  • Francophone Studies

PUBLICATIONS

Booluck Pooja. The Relevance of the U-Shaped Learning Model to the Acquisition of the Difference between C’est and Il est in the English Learners of French Context. Washington: U of Washington. 2017

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Booluck, Pooja. “Emma Bratte, La Femme Folle du Livre d’Emma” Association des professeur(e)s de français des universités et collèges canadiens, 2018. University of Regina, Saskatchewan.

Booluck, Pooja. “Les deux Taureaux et une Grenoüille: Une lecture”. FHIS Graduate Symposium, 2018. University of British Columbia, Vancouver.

Booluck, Pooja. “The Relevance of the U-Shaped Learning Model to the Acquisition of the Difference between C’est and Il Est in the English Learners of French Context”. FHIS Graduate Symposium, 2016. University of British Columbia, Vancouver.

Booluck, Pooja. “Translation as a Cultural Medium” Regional Identities on a Global Scale: Translation, Audience, Reception, 2016. University of British Columbia, Vancouver.