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Françoise KRAL
 francoise.kral@unicaen.fr

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Françoise Král est professeur de Littérature britannique et d’études post-coloniales au département d’anglais de l’Université de Caen Normandie.

Elle est l’auteur de Critical Identities in Contemporary Anglophone Diasporic Literature (Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2009) et de Social Invisibility and Diasporas in Anglophone Literature and Culture: The Fractal Gaze (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014).

Elle a dirigé le recueil de textes Re-presenting Otherness : Mapping the colonial ‘self’/Mapping the indigenous ‘other’ in the Literatures of Australia and New Zealand (Nanterre : Publidix, 2004) ainsi que le numéro 'Crossings' de Commonwealth, Essays and Studies (automne 2014). 

 Avec  Jean-Jacques Lecercle elle a co-dirigé le volume  Architecture and Philosophy : New Perspectives on the Work of Arakawa and Gins (Amsterdam : Rodopi, 2011). 

Elle co-dirige actuellement un ouvrage collectif The Place of Memory

 


Françoise Král is Professor of English Studies and Postcolonial Literature at the University of Caen Basse-Normandie (English department).

She is the author of Critical Identities in Contemporary Anglophone Diasporic Literature (Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2009) and of Social Invisibility and Diasporas in Anglophone Literature and Culture: The Fractal Gaze (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014).

She has edited two collections of essays Re-presenting Otherness : Mapping the colonial ‘self’/Mapping the indigenous ‘other’ in the Literatures of Australia and New Zealand (Nanterre : Publidix, 2004) and Architecture and Philosophy : New Perspectives on the Work of Arakawa and Gins (Amsterdam : Rodopi, 2011) which she co-edited with Jean-Jacques Lecercle.

She has recently guest-edited an issue of Commonwealth Essays and Studies,  Crossings Autumn 2014 and is currently co-editing a volume The Place of Memory. 

Éléments biographiques

 

Françoise Král is Professor of English Studies and Postcolonial Literature at the University of Caen in France and Adjunct Professor at the University of South Australia, Adelaide.  She is the author of two monographs on diasporic anglophone literatures and cultures :  Critical Identities in Contemporary Anglophone Diasporic Literature (Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2009) and Social Invisibility and Diasporas in Anglophone Literature and Culture: The Fractal Gaze (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014).

She has edited two collections of essays Re-presenting Otherness : Mapping the colonial ‘self’/Mapping the indigenous ‘other’ in the Literatures of Australia and New Zealand (Confluences n°25, 2004) and Architecture and Philosophy : New Perspectives on the Work of Arakawa and Gins (Amsterdam : Rodopi, 2011). She has recently guest-edited the latest issue of Commonwealth Essays and Studies (Crossings, CES vol37 n°1) and is currently editing a collected volume on The Place of Memory in Diasporic cultures.

She is on the organizing committee of the Diaspolinks International research group, which is currently hosting a seminar series at the Advanced Institute for Studies in the Humanities (IASH) in Edinburgh on the topic of  “Diasporic Trajectories : transnational cultures  in the 21st century.”

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