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19th and 20th century French theater, 20th and 21st century French novel, Queer Theory, Feminisms
“Between Collaboration and Resistance: Jean Cocteau and the Occupation Press” Contemporary French Civilization. 21(2), Summer/Fall 2007: 139-160.
“Jean Genet.” The Encyclopedia of Sex and Gender. Ed. Fedwa Malti-Douglas. MacMillan, 2007. 632-4.
“Jean Cocteau.” The Dictionary of Literary Biography: Twentieth-Century French Dramatists. Mary Anne O’Neil, Ed. Columbia, SC: Bruccoli, Clark, Layman, 2006. 120-137.
“La Liberté dans l’évasion de l’identité homosexuelle: Une Lecture de Querelle de Brest.” Aimez-vous le queer? (CRIN 44). Ed. Lawrence R. Schehr. Amsterdam/New York: CRIN, 2005. 63-73.