Skip to main content

French Feminisms

Wednesday 25th June 2008, 14:30-15:30, Room S0.11, Social Studies Building

logo.gif

Guest Seminar led by Prof. Judith Still (University of Nottingham)
  • French Feminisms
Judith Still is Professor of French and Critical Theory at the University of Nottingham.

She is the author of Justice and Difference in the Work of Rousseau (1993) and Feminine Economies: Thinking Against the Market in the Enlightenment and the Late Twentieth Century (1997)

  • She is editor of Men’s Bodies (2003)
  • She is also co-editor (with M. Worton) of Intertextuality (1990) and Textuality and Sexuality (1993)
  • co-editor (with D. Knight) of Women and Representation (1995)
  • co-editor (with S. Ribeiro) of Brazilian Feminisms (1999).

She has been on the editorial board of Paragraph since 1989. She was the holder of a Leverhulme Major Research Fellowship 2004-7 to work on hospitality in the Enlightenment and the contemporary period.

This event is open to all - Attendance is free of charge