Women in French Australia inaugural Seminar Series
The committee of Women in French Australia are delighted to invite you to their inaugural event - the first of a new Women in French seminar series.
Women in French Australia was initiated by and is affiliated with the North American Women in French Association. Its goal is to bring the advantages of Women in French to Australian researchers and to extend this community of scholars working on French and Francophone women authors, feminist literary criticism and gender studies.
The virtual event will take place on Friday 6th November at 5:30pm AEDT, and is free and open to all. Two panels of 3-4 speakers will present for 5 minutes on their work in Women in French. Each panel will be followed by a Q+A session. Finally, there will be a virtual vin d'honneur and discussion of the development of the WIF community.
We are pleased to announce the following speakers:
Le sexe ou la tête ? Storytelling as insurrection in Leïla Slimani’s Sexe et mensonges. Dr Joanne Brueton, University of London Institute in Paris
“Vous l’avez aussi ?” Millennial women and a certain kind of blues. Dr Frances Egan, Monash University
Au revoir de Beauvoir: Afrocentric approaches to gender oppression in Sub-Saharan women’s literature. Ms Charlotte Mackay, University of Melbourne
The afterlives of Anacaona: Translating Intersectionality in Contemporary France. Dr Laëtitia Saint-Loubert, Independent Researcher
Early Modern Women Translators in Europe (15th-18th c.): a project in Digital Humanities. Prof. Véronique Duché, The University of Melbourne
Finding, keeping, remediating: unmoored women's diaries and their afterlives. Dr. Sonia Wilson, The University of Sydney
Minority in a minority: francophone writers among the first women archaeologists in the Pacific. Dr Emilie Dotte-Sarout, The University of Western Australia
Please note a Zoom link for the seminar will be emailed after registration