Video Content of Symposium on Specters of Feminism in the Work of Joyce Carol Oates

The symposium “Specters of Feminism in the Work of Joyce Carol Oates,” organized by Tanya Tromble and Nicolas Boileau, was held March 1-2, 2024. Papers will be published in a special issue of the online journal Bearing Witness: Joyce Carol Oates Studies. In the meantime, a selection of the content may be viewed using the following links:

 

  • DUPONT Jocelyn. “The 11-Year Itch: Exploitation as Sublimation in Blonde (Oates, 2000 / Dominik, 2022).”

https://amupod.univ-amu.fr/video/30384-dupont_jocelyn_presentationmp4/

  • WATSON Sara. “Cult Following(s): Power and Surrender for the Women of Man Crazy and The Falls.”
 
  • COLOGNE-BROOKES Gavin. “Joyce Carol Ghost and Feminism: Facts Found and Foundered.”

https://amupod.univ-amu.fr/video/30391-cologne-brookes_gavin_presentationmp4/

  • DURRANS Stéphanie. “The Mudwoman in the Academia : The Spectral Presence of Jane Eyre and Antoinette Cosway in Joyce Carol Oates’s Mudwoman.

http://amupod.univ-amu.fr/video/30394-durrans_stephaniemp4/

  • TROMBLE Tanya. “The Specter of Body Horror Haunting Joyce Carol Oates’s ‘The Chair of Tranquility’ and Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s ‘The Yellow Wall-Paper.’”

http://amupod.univ-amu.fr/video/30397-tromble_tanyamp4/

  • MAERTEN Stéphanie. “The Blinding Lights of Postfeminist Empowerment in Joyce Carol Oates’s ‘Night, Neon.’”

https://amupod.univ-amu.fr/video/30458-maerten_stephanie_presentation/



Cite this blog post
lbenoit (2024, March 15). Video Content of Symposium on Specters of Feminism in the Work of Joyce Carol Oates. Women & the F-Word. Retrieved June 23, 2024, from https://doi.org/10.58079/w102

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