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Motherhood and Lesbian Sexuality in Contemporary France through Key Scene Analysis in the Movie Amour de Femme
Friday, November 4, 2011 - 12:00pm

Location: SMSU 236

The Portland Center for Public Humanities Faculty Lunch and Lecture invites Annabelle Dolidon, Assistant Professor of French at PSU to present:

Motherhood and Lesbian Sexuality in Contemporary France through Key Scene Analysis in the Movie Amour de Femme

Annabelle Dolidon received her Ph.D. from UC Davis in 20th- and 21st-century French and Francophone literature with a designated emphasis in Feminist and Critical Theory. She specializes in post-WWII novels and has interests in Film Studies and Queer Theory as well as language teaching. She is the main author of a forthcoming French conversation book "Tu sais quoi?!" (Yale UP) due out in January.

Her scholarly publications have explored prose literature and film by French authors Monique Wittig, Jocelyne François and Marie Darrieussecq. Her current long-term project focuses on French science-fiction and new forms of subjectivities.

Please RSVP to publichumanities@pdx.edu before Wednesday, November 2.