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Gendered Species: Colette, Gender and Sexual Identities

Espèces genrées : Colette, le genre et les identités sexuées 


School of International Letters and Cultures
Arizona State University

November 7-8, 2019

Thursday, November 7 (Memorial Union, 246 Coconino) 


9:30-9:45

Welcome by Nina Berman (Director, School of International Letters and Cultures) and  Olivier Ngo (Higher Education and Cultural Attaché, Consulat de France in Los Angeles)


Introductory Remarks by Frédéric Canovas and Martine Reid


9:45-10:30 

MARTINE REID (Université de Lille) - "Devenir Colette, une histoire de genre."


10:30-10:45     

Discussion 


10:45-11:30

Performing Gender (Chair: Martine Reid, Université de Lille)


Marion Krauthaker (University of Leicester) - "'Vous, une femme, vous voudrez bien…' : Gender Games in Colette's Writings."


Corentin Zurlo-Truche (Université de Lille) - "Colette et le théâtre : une question de genre."


11:30-11:45

Discussion


12:00-1:30       

Lunch Break 


1:30-2:10 

GUY DUCREY (Université de Strasbourg) - "When Men Swoon."


2:10-2:30

Discussion


2:30-3:00

Coffee Break


3:00-4:00

Entre-deux: Gender in Interwar France (Chair: Ileana Orlich, Arizona State Univ.)


Juliette Rogers (Macalester College) -  "Mitsou at 100: War, Genre, and Gender in Colette’s Mitsou."


Kathleen Antonioli (Kansas State University) - "The Work of Literature: Colette, Gender, Professionalism in 1920s France."


4:00-4:15

Discussion


Friday, November 8 (Memorial Union, 206 Copper) 


9:30-10:00

Coffee


10:00-11:00

Colette's Gendered Species (Chair: Markus Cruse, Arizona State University)

Dantzel Cenatiempo (University of Washington) - "Gender, Animality and Embodiment in Colette." 


Shannon Ditto (Arizona State University) - "Colette and the Doppelgänger: Dysphoria of an Image."


11:00-11:15

Discussion

2 pm - 4 pm

AT THE ALLIANCE FRANCAISE OF GREATER PHOENIX

Roundtable on Colette followed by a café gourmand hosted by the Alliance Française of Greater Phoenix at: 14415 North 73rd Street, Suite 107A, Scottsdale.