[UPDATE]French Feminism: Contexts and Connotations
French Feminism: Contexts and Connotations
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The proposed book seeks to examine contemporary French feminist thoughts in general and of Monique Wittig, Luce Irigary, and Helen Cixous in particular in view of their anti¬-essentialist orientation toward linguistics and psychoanalysis. Monique Wittig's fictional work Les Gueilleres, published in 1968 not only reflected a very strong defined lesbian feminist orientation but also developed an anti-essentialist orientation towards language that undermined stable subjected positions. Somewhat later, feminist writers would begin exploring what has become known as ecriture feminine. The proposed book welcomes scholarly papers on different aspects of French Feminism.
Full-text manuscripts between 3,000 and 8,000 words in MLA style (with parenthetical internal citations, a Works Cited page, minimal footnotes, and in Times New Roman 12-point font), should be emailed as Microsoft Word attachments to :
Dr R. P. Singh
Associate Professor of English
Department of English and
Modern European Languages
University of Lucknow
Lucknow - 226007, U P, INDIA
Cell : +91 94151 59137
Email : email@example.com
Last Date for a 200 words abstract and Full Paper : June 30,2013.
Please include a one-paragraph bio with all manuscripts. Topic inquiries are welcome prior to full-text submission.