Women’s Writing in France 2000–2010
Edited By Gill Rye and Amaleena Damlé
Notes on Contributors
Jean Anderson is Associate Professor and Programme Director for French at Victoria University of Wellington and editor of the New Zealand Journal of French Studies. Recent publications include ‘Seeing Double: Representing Otherness in the Franco-Pacific Thriller’, in The Foreign in International Crime Fiction: Transcultural Representations (2012), which she co-edited with Carolina Miranda and Barbara Pezzotti, and ‘La Famille au cœur de tout: les relations homme-femme dans l’œuvre de Thérèse Bentzon’, in Écrire les hommes: personnages masculins et masculinité dans les œuvres des écrivaines de la Belle Époque, co-edited with France Grenaudier-Klijn and Elizabeth-Christine Muelsch (2012). ‘The Veiled Mirror – Epiphany and Epicalyptry in Contemporary French Women’s Writing about Aging’ appears in Joy Charnley and Caroline Verdier (eds), As Time Goes By: Portraits of Age (2013). Marie-Claire Barnet is Senior Lecturer at Durham University, UK. Her publications include À nos enfances: portraits d’enfants et de parents dans les écrits et l’art contemporains en France (forthcoming), Af faires de famille: The Family in Contemporary French Culture and Theory (with Edward Welch, 2007), Robert Desnos (with Eric Robertson and Nigel Saint, 2006) and many articles on women’s writing. She has also co-edited, with Shirley Jordan, two volumes on women and space in contemporary French writ- ing and visual arts by women: Dalhousie French Studies 93 (Winter 2010) and L’Esprit Créateur 51.1 (Spring 2011). Her current research has a keen intersection with philosophy, life-writing and visual arts, in particular, Jacques Derrida, Jean-Luc Nancy and Gilles Deleuze. Amaleena Damlé is Research Fellow...
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