Publications:

ARTICLES IN PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS:
¿Franco-American Teachers in Training Institute:  Best Practices for Teaching and Studying Abroad.¿  Co-authored with Susan Colville-Hall, Maria Adamozicz-Hariasz, and Vladislava Sidorova.  Frontiers:  International Journal of Study Abroad.  XXI (Fall 2011):  275-288.

¿100 Years of `Imaginary Renée Viviens.¿¿  Women in French Studies.  Special Issue:  Women¿s Self-Narrative Across the Francophone World (2011):  52-62.

"Ceci n'est pas Colette:  Writing, Performance and Identity in Colette's Mes apprentissages."  Women in French Studies.  Special Issue 2008.  Selected Essays from Women in French International Conference 2006.  124-134.  Refereed.

"Senegalese Women, Education and Polygamy in Une si longue lettre and Faat Kiné.¿" Forthcoming in The French Review 82.2 (December 2008):  326-340.  Refereed.

"Shérazade at the Museum:  A Visual Approach to Teaching Leïla Sebbar¿s Novel."  The French Review 80.3 (February 2007);  620-634.  Refereed.

"Translating the Lesbian Writer :  Pierre Loüys, Natalie Clifford Barney, and  'Les Jeunes Filles de la Société future.'"  South Central Review :  The Journal of the South Central Modern Language Association.  Special Issue:  Natalie Barney and Her Circle 22.3 (Fall 2005):  62-77.  Refereed.

"A Woman Writer and her Hats:  Colette's 'Le Képi.'"  Women in French Studies.  Special Issue:  Ecriture courante:  Perspectives on French and Francophone Women in Honor of Annabnelle m. Rea.  Selected Essays from the WIF International Conference 2004 (Spring  2005):  126-135.  Refereed.

"La Mise-en-scène de la femme-écrivain :  Colette, Anna de Noailles and Nature."  Modern Language Studies 34 .1-2 (Spring/Fall 2004):  52-64.   Refereed.

"Renée Vivien and the Ladies of the Lake."  Nineteenth-Century French Studies 30. 3-4 (Spring-Summer 2002):  362-379.   Refereed.

"A Voice of Her Own:  Gérard d'Houville's Thread and Literary Tradition."  Women in French Studies Vol. 9 (Fall 2001):  28-39.  Refereed.

"'A la recherche de la pureté':  Colette on Women Writers."  Atlantis: A Women's Studies Journal/Revue d'études sur les femmes 26.1 (Fall/Winter 2001):  3-12.  Refereed

"The Literary Friendships of Natalie Clifford Barney:  The Case of Lucie Delarue-Mardrus."  Women in French Studies Vol. 7 (Fall 1999):  100-116.  Refereed.

"Anna de Noailles Oui et Non:  The Countess, the Critics, and la poésie féminine."  Women's Studies:  An Interdisciplinary Journal, 23 (1994):  95-111.  Refereed

"Fin-de-siècle Critical Cross-Dressing," CEA Critic (College English Association) Special Issue:  Cross-Gendered Writing, 56.1 (Fall 1993):  45-52.  Refereed
"Renée Vivien's Sapphic Legacy:  Remembering the 'House of Muses.'"  Atlantis:  A Women's Studies Journal/Revue d'études sur les femmes 18.1 &2 (Fall 1992-93):  124-141.  Refereed

"Genre and the Mark of Gender:  Renée Vivien's 'Sonnet féminin.'" Modern Language Studies 23.4 (Fall 1993): 79-92.  Refereed

"L'Ange et les Pervers:  Lucie Delarue-Mardrus' Ambivalent Poetic Identity."  Romance Quarterly 39.4 (November 1992):  451-466.  Refereed

"The Secret Rebellion of a Literary Daughter:  The Poetry of Gérard d'Houville." French Literature Series XVI (1989): 94-109.  Refereed

BOOK CHAPTERS:
"Breaking the Crossed Dress Code:  Crossed Identity and Métissage in Sebbar's Les Carnets de Shérazade." Crossing Over:  Redefining the Scope of Border Studies, eds. Diana Orendi and Antonio Medina-Rivera.  Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007. 124-137.

"Decadence and the Woman Writer:  Renée Vivien's Une Femme m'apparut"  A 'Belle Epoque'  Women in French Society and Culture:  1890-1914.  Eds. Diana Holmes and Carrie Tarr.  Oxford:  Berghahn.  2006.  225-237.  Refereed.

Anna de Noailles" in French Women Writers:  A Bio-Bibilographical Source Book, eds. Dorothy Zimmerman and Eva Satori.  Westport, CT:  Greenwood Press, 1991:  335-45.  Reprinted as French Women Writers.  Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press, 1994.  Invited

OTHER PUBLICATIONS:

"Natalie Clifford Barney."  Entry in Dictionnaire des femmes creatrices.  Editions des femmes, 2011.  

AATF Book Club Selection 2007:  La Fayette by Gonzaque Saint-Bris¿  AATF National Bulletin.  November 2007 issue.

AATF Book Club:  Mariama Bâ's Une si longue lettre  Films:  Xala and Faat Kiné by Ousmane Sembene, Tableau Ferraile by Moussa Sene Absa."   AATF National Bulletin.  September 2006 issue.  Invited.  Also available at http://www.frenchteachers.org/convention/bookclub.htm

"The Story Behind Cleveland State's Lafayette Collection, or How a French Aristocrat Brought Two Ohio Sons Together."  http://web.ulib.csuohio.edu/lafayette/engelking.shtml  (2004).  Invited

Translation: "Letter from Adrienne de Lafayette to Her Children, 17 Brumaire (November 1794)."  Selected Documents from the Marquis de Lafayette Collection, Cleveland State University Library Special Collections.  http://web.ulib.csuohio.edu/Lafayette/documents/doc2.shtml  Invited.

Entries Natalie Clifford Barney, Lucie Delarue-Mardrus, Gérard d'Houville, Anna de Noailles,  Renée Vivien.  Feminist Encylopedia of French Literature.  Ed. Eva Satori. Westport, CT:  Greenwood Press, June 1999.  Invited.

BOOK REVIEWS
Robic, Myriam.  « Femmes damnées. »  Sapphisme et poésie (1846-1889).  Paris :  Classiques Garnier, 2013.  Nineteenth-Century French Studies 42.3-4 (Spring-Summer, 2014) :  300-301 .

Albert, Nicole, Ed.  Renée Vivien, une femme de lettres entre deux siecles (1877-1909).  Paris :  Champion, 2012.  The French Review 88.4 (January 2015) :  86-87.
Rodriguez, Suzanne.  Wild Heart:  A life.  Natalie Clifford Barney's Journey from Victorian America to the Literary Salons of Paris.  NY:  HarperCollins Publishers, 2002.  Reviewed for South Central Review  21.3 (Fall 2004):  186-88.

Displacements:  Women, Tradition, Literatures in French.  Eds. Joan DeJean and Nancy K. Miller.  Baltimore:  John Hopkins Press, 1990.  Reviewed for Romance Quarterly 40.1 (Winter 1993):  60-61.

WORK IN PROGRESS
Monograph: Autour de Colette:  Colette and/on Women Writers.  A study of Colette in relation to her generation of women writers and to the notion of the woman writer as developed in her works.

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