Québec Women’s Writing and Filmmaking Articles Published

Thursday 2 July 2015
A dossier of articles, drawn from the ‘Québec Women's Writing and Filmmaking’ conference, organised by the Centre for the Study of Women’s Writing and the Centre for Québec and French-Canadian Studies, both at the IMLR, is now available in Québec Studies, 59 (June 2015).

CCWW to Host 2016 SFS Visiting International Fellow

Tuesday 9 June 2015
Professor Barbara Havercroft (Associate Professor, Department of French and Centre for Comparative Literature, University of Toronto) has been awarded the Society for French Studies’ Visiting International Fellowship for 2015-16.

Young Scholars Competition in Women's Studies

Tuesday 9 June 2015
The Centre for the Study of Contemporary Women’s Writing (CCWW) is pleased to announce its association with the 2015 Peter Lang Young Scholars Competition in Women’s Studies . The competition is directed to early career researchers, and the winner will receive a contract to publish the volume with Peter Lang. Research that fits within the scope of the CCWW's 'Studies in Contemporary Women’s Writing' book series is especially encouraged. More about the CCWW

CCWW Offers One-Stop Access to Work on Contemporary Women's Writing

Wednesday 10 December 2014
The Centre for the Study of Contemporary Women’s Writing (CCWW) is pleased to announce the CCWW SAS-Space collection. Part of the School of Advanced Study’s e-repository, SAS-Space, at the University of London, this collection contributes to CCWW’s online resources for the promotion and facilitation of research on contemporary women’s writing.

CCWW Facebook Launched

Thursday 2 October 2014
The Centre for the Study of Contemporary Women’s Writing (CCWW) is now on Facebook. The Centre aims to connect scholars interested in women’s writing (particularly post-1968 but a wider understanding of 'contemporary' is also welcomed), stimulate networking opportunities, foster cross-cultural collaboration, generate and facilitate research projects. Its presence on Facebook adds social networking to our programme of events, publications and on-line resources. 

New Publication

Thursday 19 June 2014
Aventures et expériences littéraires: Écritures des femmes en France au début du vingt-et-unième siècle is the latest title to be published arising from an event organised by the Centre for the Study of Contemporary Women's Writing at the IMLR.

New Publications drawn from CCWW Events

Thursday 14 November 2013
We are pleased to announce the publication of Marie Darrieussecq , edited by Helena Chadderton and Gill Rye, a special issue of Dalhousie French Studies 98 (Spring 2012) and 'Non sto quindi a Napoli sicura di casa'. Identità, spazio e testualità in Fabrizia Ramondino , edited by Adalgisa Giorgio (Perugia: Morlacchi Editore University Press, 2013). There will be a presentation in Rome on 29 November 2013, at the Casa della donna.

First Volumes in 'Studies in Contemporary Womens Writing' Series Published

Tuesday 10 September 2013
The first two volumes in the new series 'Studies in Contemporary Women's Writing', published by Peter Lang in association with the Centre for the Study of Contemporary Women's Writing, have now appeared. Experiment and Experience: Women's Writing in France 2000-2010 is edited by Gill Rye and Amaleena Damlé (vol. 1)

Publication of CCWW Events

Tuesday 10 September 2013
Two publications drawn from CCWW events have been published this month: Writing Childhood in Post-War Women's Literature , ed. by Gill Rye (Forum for Modern Language Studies, 49.2 [special issue], (April 2013), drawn from CCWW cross-cultural seminars on 'Writing Childhood' (May 2010) and 'Creating the Child's Voice' (January 2011) Contents and