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Mélanges in homage to Pr. Dr. Denis Mukwege

Mélanges en hommage au Pr. Dr. Denis Mukwege
Edited by Renée Dickason and Michel Prum
Hommage au Dr Mukwege, 2020
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In this troubled and troubling period when “normal” life is suspended and depends on lockdowns whose duration can only be indeterminate in the face of an invisible and devastating evil,
At a time when everyone’s anguish is palpable, dominated by hardships and sacrifices, our civic responsibilities, our humanitarian preoccupations are all the stronger.
In this suspended time, perhaps more than ever, certain words resonate and give birth to thoughts and reflections, i.e. the sharing of ideas, ideas of solidarity, of collaborative deeds or actions, offering friendship, comfort, goodwill...
Writing has many virtues; among them, in its inclusive aims and in its fruitful modes of expression, we can mention catharsis, mobilization, commitment, empowerment, serenity, escape...
In these Mélanges, we propose to pay a complementary, different but nevertheless sincere, homage to Pr. Dr. Denis Mukwege and to support his struggle to combat violence against women and the most vulnerable, and, more broadly, war crimes, but also to aid abused victims, and, more generally, those destroyed by rape and other acts of barbarism for which denunciation and condemnation of the unacceptable, the unmentionable, the unbearable must remain permanent and sustained.
 

Additional information:
The Mélanges in homage to Pr. Dr. Denis Mukwege continues to welcome new contributions. Your contributions may, for instance, be (this list is not exhaustive) keywords, quotations (your own or those that “inspire” you), paragraphs, “Calligrammes”, an ode, a haiku, an epigram, a limerick, a dialogue, a soliloquy, a satire, a letter, an opinion piece, a pamphlet, a plea… Drawings, sketches or photos are also possible as are short sound and/or musical excerpts, interludes, short photo montages, audio or filmed recordings (texts read, sung or played)...
Please note that we cannot cover any copyright charges. If in doubt, please contact us (renee.dickason@univ-rennes2.fr). 
 

  • Contributors A to J

    Contributeurs A à J
    • Sandrine Agricole


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      © dicodusport.fr

      Ancienne joueuse de rugby internationale, Sandrine Agricole compte 84 sélections avec le XV de France féminin. Avec l’équipe de France, elle réalise le Grand Chelem à trois reprises dans le tournoi des Six Nations féminin (2004, 2005, 2014), décroche le bronze à la Coupe du Monde à XV de 2014, ainsi qu’un titre de Championne d’Europe (2005). Après sa carrière de joueuse, lors de laquelle elle a notamment occupé le poste de demi d’ouverture (Stade rennais rugby et équipe de France), elle s’est spécialisée dans la kinésithérapie. Kinésithérapeute privilégiant une approche holistique du soin, elle a rejoint l’encadrement du XV de France féminin en 2018 – une année aussi marquée par les Jeux Olympiques de la Jeunesse où elle a fait partie du staff technique de l’équipe de France féminine de rugby à 7 – et elle a travaillé pendant plus de 3 ans avec le REC Rugby (Rennes équipe de Fédérale 1) et a récemment été intégrée dans le staff médical, en tant que kinésithérapeute du sport, au sein du Rugby Club Toulonnais (équipe professionnelle du top 14).

    • Pilar Albajar et Antonio Altarriba

      Pilar Albajar and Antonio Altarriba


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      © Pilar Albajar

      Pilar Albajar, originaire de Huesca, est licenciée en Lettres et photographe. Elle travaille avec Antonio Altarriba depuis 1989. Antonio est le scénariste et Pilar se charge de la réalisation. Elle a publié Catalogue de La Galería Bat, PhotoEspaña (2000), Sexo, pecados y miedos (2001), Affiche du Festival du Théâtre International de Almagro 2014, Journal Libération (Paris, 05 mars 2016).
      Elle a participé à plus de 200 expositions, la plupart personnelles, en festivals, galeries publiques et privées, depuis 1989, par exemple : Neikrug Gallery, New York ; Mois de la photo de Rambouillet ; Fotofest 92 et 96, Houston ; Museum of Art and Science, New Jersey ; Open eye gallery, Liverpool ; Casbar gallery, Londres ; Galerie In Focus, Cologne ; Galerie Pennings, Eindhoven ; Photographic Image Gallery, Portland ; Primavera fotográfica de Barcelona ; Galerie Municipale du Château d’eau, Toulouse ; Paris Photo 1999 ; PhotoEspaña, Madrid ; Festival de Clermont-Ferrant ; La Fontaine Obscure, Aix-en-Provence ; Arles Estival ; Musée des Beaux-Arts, Buenos Aires ; Galerie Vrais Rêves, Lyon.

      Site internet : www.altarribalbajar.com ; www.albajaraltarriba.com ; www.plainpicture.com.


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      © Jordi Verdés Padrón

      Antonio Altarriba est Professeur de Littérature Française à l’Université du Pays Basque (à la retraite).
      Il travaille, d’un côté, sur les aspects visuels de l’écriture et, de l’autre, sur les possibilités narratives de l’image.
      Comme scénariste, il est auteur d’albums BD comme Amores locos (Amours fous) (2005), El brillo del gato negro (L’éclat du chat noir) (2008), L’art de voler (2009), El paso del tiempo (Le passage du temps) (2010), Moi, assassin (2014), L’Aile brisée (2016), Cuerpos del delito (Corps du délit) (2017) Moi, fou (2018) et des séries photographiques reprises dans des volumes tels que El elefante rubio (L’éléphant blond) (2007) ou Vida Salvaje (Vie sauvage) (2008).
      Comme écrivain de fiction, il a publié, entre autres romans, Cuerpos entretejidos (Corps entretissés) (1996), La memoria de la nieve (La mémoire de la neige) (2002) et Maravilla en el país de las Alicias (Merveille aux pays des Alices) (2010).

      Site internet : www.antonioaltarriba.com.

    • Franck Barbin

      Franck Barbin
      © Franck Barbin

      Dr. Franck Barbin is an Associate Professor in Translation Studies in the School of Languages at Rennes 2 University, and is in charge of the first year of the Master’s degree in Translation and Technical Writing. He teaches legal translation, economic and financial translation, terminology, and translation methodology.

      He is a member of the team of researchers on Translation, Linguistic Engineering, and Terminology (the TRASILT team) within the LIDILE investigation unit (Language Linguistics and Teaching EA3874). His research revolves around translating humanities and social sciences, cross-cultural translation, and the impact of translation technologies on quality. His research activity is partly based on his experience as a freelance translator, more especially in psychology and management.

      He sits on the Board of Directors of Rennes 2 University and participates in the experts’ group on Translations and Open Science of the French Department of Education (MESRI).

    • Joan Beaumont


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      © Joan Beaumont

      Joan Beaumont is Professor Emerita at the Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, and Honorary Professor, Deakin University, Victoria. She is an historian of Australia in the two world wars, the memory and heritage of war and the history of prisoners of war. Her publications include the critically acclaimed and multiple prize-winning Broken Nation: Australians and the Great War (Allen & Unwin, 2013). She is currently writing a major integrative history of Australia in the aftermath of World War I and during the Great Depression. https://researchers.anu.edu.au/researchers/beaumont-j

    • Subarno Chattarji


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      © David Haigron

      Subarno Chattarji is Professor in the Department of English, University of Delhi. He has also taught in Japan and Wales. He studied at the universities of Delhi and Oxford. He was Fulbright Senior Research Fellow at La Salle University, Philadelphia (2004-2005), the recipient of a Kluge Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Library of Congress in 2006, and awarded an Academic Writing Residency at the Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center, Italy (2017). He was a member of the core group for a British Academy Networking project with the Open University on ‘Globalization, identity politics, and social conflict’ (www.open.ac.uk/Arts/gipsc) and coordinating member of ‘Prospects for English Studies: India and Britain compared,’ a two-year research project funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, UK (http://www.open.ac.uk/arts/research/ind-uk-es/). His publications include: The Distant Shores of Freedom: Vietnamese American Memoirs and Fiction (Bloomsbury Academic, 2019); Reconsidering English Studies in Indian Higher Education (Co-author, Routledge, 2015); Tracking the media: interpretations of mass media discourses in India and Pakistan (Routledge, 2008); Memories of a Lost War: American poetic responses to the Vietnam War (Oxford University Press, 2001). He is co-editor of The Hoot Reader: Media Practice in Twenty-First Century India (Oxford University Press, 2013), Globalization in India: Contents and Discontents (Pearson Education, 2009), and An Anthology of Indian Prose Writings in English (Penguin, 2004).

    • Jeffrey Demsky


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      © Jeffrey Demsky

      Jeffrey Demsky studies warfare and genocide memorialization. His specific interest is American pop culture representations of the Holocaust. Dr. Demsky is a tenured member of the History Department at San Bernardino Valley College (US). His scholarship appears globally, in essays and articles published across the US, UK, Canada, France, and Germany. Professor Demsky’s forthcoming research includes his manuscript, “Irreverent Remembrance: Nazi and Holocaust Memorialization in Anglo-American Popular Culture, 1945-2020.” This work is contracted with Academic Studies Press. Additional upcoming scholarship includes, “We Are a Long Ways past Maus: Responsible and Irresponsible Holocaust Representations in Graphic Comics and Sitcom Cartoons (Palgrave Handbook of Holocaust Representation) and “Stretch Cunningham, We Hardly Knew You: Seeing Jews and “Others” through Archie Bunker’s Eyes” (Jewish Film and New Media).

    • Bénédicte Deschamps


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      © Bénédicte Deschamps

      Bénédicte Deschamps est Maître de conférences à l’Université de Paris en civilisation américaine et membre du LARCA ‒ Laboratoire de Recherches sur les Cultures Anglophones (UMR 8225). Elle a publié l’ouvrage Histoire de la presse italo-américaine, du Risorgimento à la Grande Guerre (Paris, L’Harmattan, Collection « L’Aire anglophone », 2020).

    • Renée Dickason


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      © Renée Dickason

      Renée Dickason est Professeure des universités depuis 2001, poste qu’elle a occupé à Caen, puis à Rennes 2. Passionnée de voyages et inlassable découvreuse de nouveaux espaces et cultures, elle nourrit des objectifs convergents : contribuer à ouvrir les recherches en sciences humaines, à transcender les frontières des champs disciplinaires afin de sensibiliser, d’éduquer et d’agir mais aussi de donner un sens profondément humain et humaniste aux missions académiques et scientifiques en cours et à venir.

    • Georges Fournier


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      © Georges Fournier

      Georges Fournier is Professor in the Department of Foreign Languages at the University of Limoges. His main research interest lies in British authored television. He has published many articles on the fictional representations of social and political issues and is currently conducting research in factual programming. His latest book, on Peter Kosminsky, is the first work ever published on this prominent British filmmaker.

    • Pierre Guerlain


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      © Pierre Guerlain

      Pierre Guerlain is Emeritus Professor of American Studies at Université Paris Nanterre, France. His fields of research are US foreign policy and Intercultural Studies. He has published a book about the mutual perceptions of the Americans and the French: Miroirs transatlantiques : la France et les États-Unis entre passions et indifférences (Paris, L’Harmattan, 1996), and chapters in many books edited by various authors. He co-edited the publication of Argent, pouvoir et représentations (Presses universitaires de Paris Nanterre, 2017). He has published articles in Revue Française d’Études Américaines, Recherches internationales, South Atlantic Quarterly, JAST (Journal of American Studies in Turkey), Amerikastudien (Germany) and REDEN (Revista Española de Estudios Norteamericanos, Spain). He has also published several articles in various online journals such as Revue LISA/LISA e-journal, GRAAT and EJAS.

    • Gilles Guillain


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      © Gilles Guillain

      Gilles Guillain is a French actor, based in London, and started shooting and reinventing monologues by Jean Cocteau in his room, when being confined in the UK. Originally, these monologues were part of a show he created with Dimitry Devdariani and staged in November 2019 in London: “Threads, monologues by Jean Cocteau”.

      Website: http://guillaing.online.fr.

      • Gilles Guillain
        Monologues [Full text]
        22 June 2020
    • Nikolai Jeffs et Liza Japelj Carone

      Nikolai Jeffs and Liza Japelj Carone


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      © Nikolai Jeffs

      Nikolai Jeffs teaches at the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Primorska in Koper-Capodistria, Slovenia. His main areas of interest are postcolonial theory and practice, popular music, and the new social movements. He has published several articles and book chapters in the field of literary, cultural, and political critique inclusive of different texts on the cultural aspects of the Nigerian-Biafran war, the wars in ex-Yugoslavia, and of Palestine/Israel. He has also edited and co-edited various academic journals and a Slovene reader in postcolonial studies. He regularly appears on Slovene radio and TV commenting on various cultural and political issues albeit, as of late, these tend to be focused on questions concerning Brexit and is engaged as a public intellectual more generally, too.

       

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      © Liza Japelj Carone

      Liza Japelj Carone, née en 1961 à Ljubljana, vit à Paris depuis 1984. Porteuse d'âme slave, elle est traductrice-interprète et médiatrice culturelle, souvent pour le compte de l'Ambassade de Slovénie. Enseignante et conférencière, elle est passeuse des cultures slovène et française dans ses deux pays. À son actif : plusieurs publications en français et en slovène, et plus d'une centaine de manifestations artistiques organisées en France.
      À travers ses engagements associatifs, elle participe à de nombreux projets d'échanges culturels entre la France et l'Europe centrale, s'intéressant notamment à la géaculture, aux écrivain.e.s slovènes, aux valeurs et à la culture des Roms et d'autres inconnus au bataillon.

  • Contributors K to Z

    Contributeurs K à Z
    • Jennifer Kilgore-Caradec


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      © Jennifer Kilgore-Caradec

      Jennifer Kilgore-Caradec teaches English at Université Caen Normandie. She is a researcher with LARCA UMR 8225 at University of Paris.

    • Gregg Kleiner et Aurore Caignet

      Gregg Kleiner and Aurore Caignet


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      © Gregg Kleiner

      At age 16, Gregg Kleiner spent a year in the mountains of northern Thailand as an AFS exchange student. For a month of that year, he lived at a Buddhist monastery as a novice under the tutelage of an aged monk. He has worked as a dairy goat farmer, hotel concierge in Switzerland, freelance journalist, wildlife biologist, technical writer, visiting professor, and communications director. Following extended travel and stints living in Asia and Europe, he now resides a short walk from the confluence of the Willamette and Marys rivers in western Oregon in the United States. The seeds for his literary novel "Where River Turns to Sky" (HarperCollins) were planted during his time in Thailand, where elders are respected and revered for simply having lived so long. His two children, and his concern about the climate crisis, inspired him to write his first book for kids (and their adults!), which asks, what might happen if we could see CO2 in the atmosphere. "Please Don't Paint Our Planet Pink! A Story About Climate Change for Kids and their Adults" uses watercolor illustrations by Laurel Thompson, some humor, and a dash of climate science to inspire young and older minds alike to start seeing pink all around us, and then taking bold climate action.

       

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      © Aurore Caignet

      Aurore Caignet was awarded a PhD in British civilization in 2018 and she now teaches in the Applied Foreign Languages Department at the University of Rennes 2. Her thesis is entitled Representing, Reinterpreting and Reimagining Industrial Heritage: the Promotion of Renewal in Post-Industrial Cities in the North of England (1970-2010). It was supervised by Renée Dickason (Rennes 2, France) and Tim Edensor (Manchester Metropolitan University, England). Her research focuses on the representation and conversion of industrial vestiges, as well as on the regeneration of British post-industrial cities and the reshaping of their image.

    • Benaouda Lebdai

      Benaouda Lebdai
      © Benaouda Lebdai

      Benaouda Lebdai est Professeur des Universités, Le Mans Université. Spécialiste de littératures comparative coloniales et postcoloniales, il a publié une soixantaine articles sur Chinua Achebe, V. S. Naipaul, J. M. Coetzee, Salman Rushdie, Winnie Mandela, Ngugi Wa Thiong’O, Kateb Yacine, Rachid Boudjedra, Rachid Mimouni, Ayi Kwei Armah, Nadine Gordimer, Maïssa Bey, Assia Djebar, Albert Camus, Nina Bouraoui, Joseph Conrad et une dizaine d’ouvrages dont une biographie critique de Winnie Mandela. Il a organisé de nombreux colloques internationaux en France, en Algérie, aux États-Unis et au Bénin. Il travaille sur les rapports entre la littérature, l’histoire et la mémoire, les relations littéraires Afrique du Nord/Afrique sub-saharienne, les questions de migrations et d’exils. Benaouda LEBDAI est chroniqueur littéraire : il contribue à différents journaux comme Le Point Afrique, Jeune Afrique, El Watan, la Revue des Études Africaines. Il a participé aux Ateliers de la Pensée de Dakar.

    • Marc Levy


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      © Marc Levy

      Marc Levy was a medic with Delta 1/7 First Cavalry in Vietnam and Cambodia, ’69- ’70. He was decorated three times and court-martialed twice. His writing has appeared in various publications, including New Millennium Writings, Cutthroat, War, Literature and the Arts, Chiron Review, KGB Bar Lit Mag, Stone Canoe and elsewhere. It is forthcoming in Paterson Literary Review and Close to the Bone. His essay The Quiet Time won the 2016 Syracuse University Institute for Veterans and Military Families Writing Prize. Two of his war photos will appear in the forthcoming Netflix series The Umbrella Academy. He recently published How Stevie Nearly Lost the War and Other Postwar Stories; Dreams, Vietnam; and Other Dreams.
      His website is Medic in the Green Time.

    • Adriana Martins


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      © Adriana Martins

      Adriana Martins holds a PhD in Comparative Literature and is Assistant Professor with Habilitation in Culture Studies at the Faculty of Human Sciences at Universidade Católica Portuguesa in Lisbon, where she is also the coordinator for the scientific area of Culture Studies and a senior member of the University's Research Centre for Communication and Culture (CECC). She teaches Metaculture, Culture and Globalization, Portuguese Culture and Society, and Portuguese Film. Her latest book is Mediations of Disruption in Post-Conflict Cinema (co-edited with Alexandra Lopes and Mónica Dias, Palgrave Macmillan UK, 2016). Her main research interests are Culture Studies, Globalization Studies, Film Studies, Comparative Literature, and Intercultural Communication.

    • Brendan Prendiville


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      © Brendan Prendiville

      Brendan Prendiville is a Senior Lecturer in British Area Studies at the English Department of the University of Rennes 2 (France), since 2009. Previous to that, he had lectured at the University of Poitiers in the same capacity from 1995-2009. His research focus is on contemporary Britain (political system, society, history) &, more particularly, on the sociology of the environment (environmental-ecologist movement, political culture, values, ideology, strategy).

    • Michel Prum

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      © Michel Prum

      Michel Prum est Professeur émérite à l’université de Paris. Sa recherche porte sur l’histoire des idées au XIXe siècle en Grande-Bretagne : libéralisme, socialisme, darwinisme. Il a publié de nombreux articles sur les socialistes ricardiens (William Thompson, Thomas Hodgskin, John Francis Bray, John Gray) et sur la réception du darwinisme en France (Clémence Royer). Il a fondé en 1998 le Groupe de Recherche sur l’Eugénisme et le Racisme (GRER), qui anime depuis lors un séminaire bimensuel sur les questions d’ethnicité dans l’aire anglophone. Il a fondé en 2003 la collection « Racisme et Eugénisme » chez l’Harmattan et a publié dans ce cadre 55 ouvrages à ce jour. Il a dirigé ou codirigé de nombreux ouvrages sur la question de la « race » (comme construction sociale et historique), sur l’abolition de l’esclavage, sur les hommes féministes, etc. Il a co-organisé plusieurs colloques du GRER en Afrique (Afrique du Sud, Lesotho, Botswana, Kenya et Sénégal). Il collabore depuis 2015 avec l’université de Pékin sur la base d’une invitation annuelle.

    • Elizabeth Rechniewski


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      © Elizabeth Rechniewski

      Dr Elizabeth Rechniewski is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Sydney in the School of Languages and Cultures. She has a long-standing research interest in the political uses of the national past and has published widely on remembrance of twentieth century war in Australia, France and New Caledonia, including on the commemoration of the role of Indigenous soldiers in these countries. She has collaborated extensively with French researchers, notably with Professor Matthew Graves (Aix-Marseille University) on forms of war commemoration in France and Australia. She was commissioned (with Judith Keene) by Olivier Wieviorka to write the official report for the French Ministry of Defence on war commemoration in Australia (Wieviorka 2009). Over the last ten years she has published articles on the impact of Cold War ideology on decolonisation in French Cameroon, Algeria and Madagascar, and the development of the French School of counter-insurgency warfare in the course of these conflicts. Her current projects include research into the tensions between France and Australia over control of the South Pacific in the late nineteenth-early twentieth century and on the early period of the Anglo-French condominium in the New Hebrides (Vanuatu). She was awarded the title of Chevalier des palmes académiques by the French government in 2009, and the Ordre national du mérite in 2010.

    • Raphaël Ricaud


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      © Raphaël Ricaud

      Depuis 2016, Raphaël Ricaud est Maître de Conférences à l'Université Paul-Valéry - Montpellier 3, où il enseigne l'histoire et la civilisation des États-Unis. Ses travaux de recherche portent sur la public diplomacy des Etats-Unis, ainsi que sur diverses formes de propagandes. Il appartient au groupe de recherche EMMA (EA 741).
      En 2018, il a co-dirigé le numéro 2 du volume XVI de la revue en ligne LISA, avec Pierre Guerlain, consacré à Comprendre le phénomène Trump, au-delà du chaos.
      En 2020, il fut exchange professor à l’University of Iowa. Parmi les cours enseignés, on notera : “My Fellow Americans: Presidential Rhetoric in US Culture from FDR to Trump” et “Exporting the American Way: The Weaponization of US Culture during the Cold War”.

    • Emmanuel Roudaut


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      © Emmanuel Roudaut

      Emmanuel Roudaut is a Senior Lecturer in British Studies (associate professor / maître de conférences en civilisation britannique) at Sciences Po Lille. Previous positions included the University of Valenciennes and Centrale Lille, after an early career in secondary education (France and Turkey) and two years in the UK as a language assistant (Oundle School and the University of Manchester). His field of research is British social and cultural history (late nineteenth century-early twentieth century). His initial research focused on the history of leisure (betting, horse racing, rambling and trespassing, foxhunting, the music hall, etc.). Other research interests include sexual politics (especially LGBT history), but he has almost completed the transcription of Robert Briffault’s correspondence, with a view to publishing an edition.

    • Nathalie Sierra-Scroccaro


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      © Nathalie Sierra-Scroccaro

      Nathalie Sierra-Scroccaro est psychologue clinicienne et docteure en psychologie. Elle travaille depuis une dizaine d’années auprès de personnes en situations de vulnérabilité psycho-sociale. Auparavant, elle fut co-fondatrice d’une consultation d’accès aux soins psychiques pour les migrants dans un hôpital en banlieue parisienne, elle anime actuellement des consultations pour des femmes victimes de tortures et de mutilations génitales (Laval), ainsi qu’un cabinet psychothérapeutique (Rennes). Ses travaux de recherches, tout comme sa pratique de la peinture, s’intéressent aux genres et à la migration.

      • Nathalie Sierra-Scroccaro
        Féminité [Full text]
        25 June 2020
    • Stephen J. Whitfield


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      © Stephen J. Whitfield

      Stephen J. Whitfield is emeritus professor of American Studies at Brandeis University (Boston, USA), where he taught from 1972 until 2016.  He also twice served as a visiting professor at the University of Paris IV (La Sorbonne).

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