French and Francophone Studies
Ph.D. 1991, Cornell University
Areas of Expertise
Animal Studies in Literature, Zoopoetics, French Cultural Studies, Poetry, Cinema, Feminism, Psychoanalysis, Contemporary France, Comparative poetics, Creative writing
Professor DalMolin is the author of “Cutting the Body: Representing Woman in Baudelaires Poetry, Truffauts Cinema and Freuds Psychoanalysis.” Published in the series The Body In Theory at Michigan University Press, 2000. She recently published a cultural history of France “France 1851 to the Present – Universalism in Crisis” with Palgrave, 2007. She also coedited “Beyond French Feminism. Debates on Women, Politics and Culture in France. 1980-2001.” Palgrave, 2003. She is currently working on a book on Francophone Louisiana. She is the Co-Founder and Co-Editor in Chief, “Contemporary French and Francophone Studies” (Formerly: “Sites”), with Routledge.
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