Feminist Affects in Productions Littéraires et Culturelles: An Introduction

  • Libe García Zarranz Norwegian University of Science and Technology
  • Evelyne Ledoux-Beaugrand Université de Gand, Belgique

Author Biographies

Libe García Zarranz, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Dr. Libe García Zarranz is a Researcher in the Department of Language and Literature at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU, Norway). She is also Research Affiliate for the Canadian Literature Centre at the University of Alberta (Canada), Scholar in The Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation, and member of the international research project "Bodies in Transit: Making Difference in Globalized Cultures". Dr. García Zarranz is the author of TransCanadian Feminist Fictions: New Cross-Border Ethics (McGill-Queen’s UP, 2017). She has also published and edited special issues on Canadian and American literature, transnational studies, feminist and queer theory, affect, and film. Dr. García Zarranz has held postdoctoral positions at the University of Innsbruck (Austria) and the Centre for Globalization and Cultural Studies at the University of Manitoba (Canada). Prior to joining NTNU, Dr. García Zarranz taught critical theory and gender studies at the University of Cambridge (Magdalene College, UK).
Evelyne Ledoux-Beaugrand, Université de Gand, Belgique

Evelyne Ledoux-Beaugrand est chercheuse et enseignante de français à l'Université de Gand. Ses recherches portent principalement sur la littérature des femmes et les discours féministes, les représentations de la vulnérabilité et l'inscription de la mémoire en littérature. Elle est l’autrice de l’essai Imaginaires de la filiation. Héritage et mélancolie dans la littérature contemporaine des femmes (Éditions XYZ, 2013) et de plusieurs articles sur les écrits de femmes ainsi que sur la postmémoire de la Shoah. Elle a récemment dirigé avec Anne Martine Parent le dossier « Subjectivités mouvantes dans les écrits de femmes depuis 1990 » paru en 2016 dans @nalyses. En collaboration avec Katerine Gagnon, elle a dirigé en 2014 le numéro de la revue Textimage intitulé « Parler avec la Méduse » et a préparé en 2013 avec Kathleen Gyssels le dossier sur les « Représentations récentes de la Shoah » dans Image & Narrative. Elle est membre du comité de direction de CWILA : Canadian Women in the Literary Arts/ FCAL : Femmes canadiennes dans les arts littéraires.

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Published
2017-12-01