Womens Life-Writing: Finding Voice, Building Community. N° de ref. de la librería
These essays offer readers vivid and varied evidence of the female response to recurring attempts by culture to artificially limit identity along the gendered lines of private and public experience. Calling on voices both familiar and little known, British and American, black and white, young and old, the essayists explore how women used life-writing as a means of both self-understanding and connection to a community of sympathetic others, real or imagined.
Biografía del autor: Linda S. Coleman received her Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, with a dissertation on women’s life-writing in England from 1570-1720. She is currently professor of English and Women’s Studies at Eastern Illinois University. She has taught courses on women’s autobiography, women’s fiction, feminist theory, English composition, Restoration and eighteenth-century literature, and early modern prose and has served as chair of the Eastern Illinois University Women’s Studies Minor.
Dr. Coleman has offered numerous professional presentations at the secondary and university levels and has published articles in the areas of pedagogy and women’s literature. Currently she serves as area chair for the Women’s Lives and Literature section of the Popular Culture Association and is at work on a textbook for advanced composition courses.
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