Thiebaut Emma

Posted on March 27, 2023

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Research themes

  • Dissertation Topic:
    Exploration of affective relationships between humans and animals in the works of nineteenth-century New England writers (Sarah Orne Jewett, Mary Wilkins Freeman), imagined as a tool of ontological transformation.
    Supervised  by:  Cécile Roudeau

Current Project

      • Conference paper: “Vivisection in American Popular Culture: A Case for Reparations,” Animals in American Popular Culture, online, September 2022

      •  Conference paper: “About ‘The Cat:’ Feline America and the Humanimal Temporality of Domestication,” Freeman in Paris, Université Paris Cité, October 2022

      • Conference paper: “Queer Pet(ting): cats, queer affects and the love story of mutual domestication in Mary Wilkins Freeman’s work,” Feeling in the Long Nineteenth-Century, University of Cambridge, January 2023, Feeling in the Long Nineteenth-Century, Université de Cambridge, Janvier 2023

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