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Friday, 10:15–11:30 a.m., 303, JW Marriott

Working Women: Labor and Gender in French and Francophone Literature and Film

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Program arranged by Women in French. Presiding: Leslie Barnes, Australian National Univ.

1. “Professional Identity and Necessity in Beauvoir, Woolf, and Colette,” Kathleen Antonioli, Kansas State Univ.

2. “L’apprentissage professionnel dysphorique, ou le refus de vivre, dans L’obéissance de Suzanne Jacob,” Julia Morris–von Luczenbacher, Saint Lawrence Univ.

3. “Les paradoxes du travail sexuel féminin au cinéma,” Patricia Reynaud, Georgetown Univ.

4. “Housewives and Harlots: Working Women as Objects of Patriarchal Exchange in Une affaire de femmes,” Mary E. McCullough, Samford Univ.

For program information, visit www.womeninfrench.org.

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