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    • Artwork by Martha Newbigging 

      Newbigging, Martha (2017-05-15)
      Martha Newbigging, looking for queerness mixed media on paper, 16x24 inches, 2017 website: www.marthanewbigging.com looking for queerness This work investigates how drawing autobiographical comics might enable me to ...
    • Autobiographical Writing of Women Professors: Between the Public and the Private, Reason and Emotion 

      Passeggi, Maria da Conceiçâo (2017-05-15)
      In Brazil, The Memorial is written for hiring at the university or promotions within the career, even to receive an undergraduate degree. I present a historical overview of this academic genre, within a universe primarily ...
    • Between Paraphrasing and Becoming Another Self: Possible Plasticities in (Auto)biographical Narratives of People with Multiple Sclerosis 

      Venara, Racquel Alvarenga Sena (2017-05-15)
      This presentation is part of a research in progress entitled “(Auto)biographies and subjectivities: the other of himself in multiple sclerosis”, that investigates the subjectivation processes in the life stories of people ...
    • Black Feminist Intersectional Methodologies for Life Writing 

      Moody, Joycelyn (2017-05-15)
      This panel is comprised of three black feminist presenters whose research topics and intersectional methodologies are inspired by recognitions of the same gender and genre provocations that drive the work of Canadian ...
    • Iranian Women’s Autobiographies: Hybridity and Gender in the Diaspora 

      Abla, Farida (2017-05-15)
      After the 1979 Islamic Revolution, many Iranian families fled to the United States. Their girl children grew up at the “border” between Iran and the US to become first generation Iranian/American women. This paper focuses ...
    • Jane Rule and the Archive: New Models for Researching Women’s Lives 

      Morra, Linda (2017-05-15)
      Marlene Kadar's injunction to expand the conceptual framework of autobiography had implications not only for the study of the genre, but also for research about and by women more generally. The strict boundaries by which ...
    • Kim Thúy’s Rú and the Art of the Anecdote 

      Buss, Helen (2017-05-15)
      The gradual female gendering of Thúy's text as it moves forward is nicely wrapped in the comfortable and seemingly simple form of the anecdote, so that the text comes to represent, in both its genre and gender, what (in ...
    • Mar and Me: Following the Traces 

      Warley, Linda (2017-05-15)
      In this paper I will trace the influence that Marlene Kadar's scholarship has had on my own thinking, while making more general comments about personal writing and collaborative research as feminist practices. . Marlene ...
    • Marlene Kadar's Life Writing: Feminist Theory Outside the Lines 

      Rak, Julie (2017-05-15)
      In 1992, as part of her landmark collection Essays on Life Writing: From Genre to Critical Practice, Marlene Kadar published the essay "Whose Life Is It Anyway? Out of the Bathtub and Into the Narrative." When taken with ...
    • Tracing the Editor’s Voice: on Editors’ Autobiographies 

      Taivalkoski-Shilov, Kristiina (Éditions québécoises de l’œuvre, 2013)
      This article traces the editor’s voice in translation by examining research material that has not been much used in Translation Studies before: editors’ autobiographies. The three autobiographies studied here, by renowned ...

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