FACS - Florida Atlantic Comparative Studies
Catastrophe and Representation - Volume 9, 2006-2007
IN THIS ISSUE:
Saisir le désordre: Expressions littéraires de la catastrophe; modalités et enjeux de sa verbalisation
The Lesson of the Titanic
Places That Disaster Leave Behind
Nuclear Families and Nuclear Catastrophe in Alain Resnais’ Hiroshima Mon Amour (1959)
Personal History, Collective History: Mapping Shock and the Work of Analogy
AMANDA IRWIN WILKINS
It’s What Isn’t There That Is: Catastrophe, Denial, and Non-Representation in Arshile Gorky’s Art
The editors of the Florida Atlantic Comparative Studies literary journal invite submissions on any topic for upcoming issues. FACS is an interdisciplinary journal providing a forum for comparative study in the arts, humanities, language, culture and social sciences.
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About the Author
Amina Tahri Escalera received her M.A. in French Literature from Université de Nantes (France) in 2003, and is currently pursuing her Ph.D. there. Her research to date has focused on the work of late nineteeth and twentieth century French fiction. Her dissertation investigates Edmond Rostand’s oeuvre from the perspective of its literary and rhetorical devices in the presentation of Rostand’s views on tradition and modernity. Her critical edition of an original play by Rostand, “Faust”, will be published in 2008. Tahri Escalera is instructor of French at Minot State University in North Dakota.
Bree Hoskin recently completed her Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Western Australia. She has published poetry through the University of Western Australia Press and has an upcoming publication in the Literature/Film Quarterly. She currently resides in London.
Bruce Janz is Associate Professor of Humanities in the Department of Philosophy at the Uni