Foreword/Avant-propos

  • Marie Carrière University of Alberta
Keywords: Affect, Feminism, Women's Writing, Canada, Quebec

Abstract

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Author Biography

Marie Carrière, University of Alberta
Marie Carrière is Director of the Canadian Literature Centre at the University of Alberta, where she also teaches English and French. Her work on feminist writing in Canada and Quebec appears in various journal articles and book chapters. Her latest book is Médée protéiforme, and she is co-editor, with Patricia Demers, of Regenerations: Women's Writing in Canada.

References

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Carrière, Marie. 2016. “Metafeminism and Post-9/11 Writing in Canada and Québec.” Studies in Canadian Literature 41 (1): 223-247. Special 40th Anniversary Issue. Eds. Cynthia Sugars and Herb Wylie.

Cvetkovich, Ann. 2012. Depression: A Public Feeling. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Gregg, Melissa, and Gregory J. Seigworth. 2010. “An Inventory of Shimmers.” In The Affect Theory Reader, edited by Melissa Gregg and Gregory J. Seigworth, 1-25. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Kavka, Misha. 2001. “Introduction.” In Feminist Consequences: Theory for the New Century, edited by Misha Kavka and Elisabeth Bronfen, ix-xxvi. New York, NY: Columbia University Press.

Koivunen, Anu. 2000. “The Affective Turn?” In Affective Encounters: Rethinking Embodiment in Feminist Media Studies, edited by Anu Koivunen and Susanna Paasonen, 7-9. Turku, FI: University of Turku/Finnish Society for Cinema Studies.

____. 2010. “The Affective Turn? Reimagining the Subject of Feminist Theory.” In Working with Affect in Feminist Readings: Disturbing Differences, edited by Marianne Liljeström and Susanna Paasonen, 8-29. London, UK: Routledge.

Scott, Joan. 2002. “Feminist Reverberations.” Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies 13 (3): 1-23.

Published
2017-12-01