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Annabelle Dolidon - French

Annabelle Dolidon (2008), Ph.D
Assistant Professor of French. Ph.D. 2008
University of California Davis

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 received her master’s degree from the University of Notre Dame in French Studies. Dr. Dolidon specializes in post-WWII novels, and has interests in Film Studies and Queer Theory as well as language teaching.

In her research, she has explored prose literature by French women such as Monique Wittig, Jocelyne François and Marie Darrieussecq, developing close-text analysis of their novels and studying their approach to gender difference, temporality and the act of writing. Her current project focuses on representations of the future in French fiction, including science fiction, and analyzes social organizations, relations between Man and the environment, and manipulations of the body.

Publications

Articles

“The Postmodern Farmer and the Production of Rural France in The Girl from Paris (2001). The French Review (Issue 86.5, April 2013).

Être ou « à-paraître » : traces de lhésitation dans Le Pays et White de Marie Darrieussecq Forthcoming end of 2011 in Australian Journal of French Studies.

Shifting Wittigian binaries: abstraction and re-materialization of the Lesbian body in Zande Zeig's The Girl Feminist Review, Vol 92, No. 1, July 2009, pp.72-90.

Barthesian Idiorrythmic Forms of Micro-Resistance in the Work of Jocelyne François' The Forum For Modern Language Studies, Vol 46, No. 3, June 2010, pp 310-320.

Être ou « à-paraître » : traces de lhésitation dans Le Pays et White de Marie Darrieussecq Forthcoming end of 2011 in Australian Journal of French Studies.

Language Methods

Tu sais quoi!, with Norma Lopez-Burton (second author). Yale University Press, forthcoming Fall 2011

Textbook contributions

En Avant ! First-Year French textbook; main author Bruce Anderson. McGraw-Hill: forthcoming, Summer 2011. Details of the contributions: readings in workbook; cultural segments in the book, listening and additional reading activities for the workbook.

 

Contact Information
Phone: 503-725-9571
Email: dolidon@pdx.edu