Nineteenth-Century French Studies 48:3-4

Nineteenth-Century French Studies 48:3-4

Edited by Seth Whidden

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Table Of Contents

Volume 48, Numbers 3-4 (Spring-Summer 2020)
Contents


Incipit: Reflections on Gender Studies in Our Field
Colin Foss, François Proulx, Raisa Rexer, and Jessica Tanner. Edited by Rachel Mesch
 
At Loose Ends: Gender, Sex, and Nude Photography in Nineteenth-Century France
Raisa Rexer

Gendering the Archives: Literary Studies and Historical Selves
Colin Foss

Beyond the Epistemology of the Closet
François Proulx

Bad Feminism and the Politics of Reading
Jessica Tanner

Conversation
Colin Foss, François Proulx, Raisa Rexer, and Jessica Tanner
Moderated by Rachel Mesch

Articles
The Fantastic (as) Negligent Orientalism in Honoré de Balzac’s La Peau de chagrin 
Michelle C. Lee

Looking at the Colonial Atlantic, Ironically: Slavery and the Idea of Africa in Eugène Sue’s Atar-Gull 
Clint Bruce

Smoke and Mirrors: Secret Societies and Self-Reflexivity in the mystères urbains 
Amy Wigelsworth

Literary Terror to Advance Democracy? Victor Hugo, Rancière, and the Body 
Cory Browning

The Needle and the Pen: Etching and the Goncourt Brothers’ Novels 
Rachel Skokowski

Zola épistolier ou comment se réhabiliter par les lettres 
Soundouss El Kettani

Partners in Crime? Scandalous Complicity Between Rachilde and Jean Lorrain 
Helen Craske

L’écriture en suspension ou L’“Action restreinte” de Mallarmé 
Alexandre Dubois