About

My main research interests focus on the effects of migration, global mobility, neo-nomadism and complex cultural flows on cultural identities, creativity, and intercultural relations. Most of all, I am interested in how processes of transculturation shape creative artefacts (in particular literary works), urban environments and cultural practices (in particular bilingual writing, translingualism, translation, and self-translation).


Arianna Dagnino

Sessional Lecturer
phone (604) 822-5797

My main research interests focus on the effects of migration, global mobility, neo-nomadism and complex cultural flows on cultural identities, creativity, and intercultural relations. Most of all, I am interested in how processes of transculturation shape creative artefacts (in particular literary works), urban environments and cultural practices (in particular bilingual writing, translingualism, translation, and self-translation).

Arianna Dagnino

Sessional Lecturer

My main research interests focus on the effects of migration, global mobility, neo-nomadism and complex cultural flows on cultural identities, creativity, and intercultural relations. Most of all, I am interested in how processes of transculturation shape creative artefacts (in particular literary works), urban environments and cultural practices (in particular bilingual writing, translingualism, translation, and self-translation).