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Julia   Frengs

Associate Professor
Modern Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln (United States)

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Julia Frengs is Associate Professor of French and Francophone Studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her past research has focused on representations of the body, Indigenous epistemologies, and environmental engagement in women’s literature from Kanaky/New Caledonia and Te Ao Mā’ohi/French Polynesia. Her monograph, Corporeal Archipelagos: Writing the Body in Francophone Oceanian Women’s Literature, was published by Lexington Books in 2018. Her current and future research projects investigate environmental engagement in Oceanian and Indian Ocean literatures. She served as guest co-editor of a double issue of Contemporary French and Francophone Studies: SITES, entitled “Parler la terre/Speaking the Earth,” which appears in fall 2021 in issues 25.3 and 25.4. Her most recent article, “Anticolonial Ecofeminisms: Women’s Environmental Literature in French-speaking Oceania” appears in French Cultural Studies (31.4).
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Gender studies
Geographic administrative areas
Historical periods
The Colonial time
20th century
21st century
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