Women and extremism, women and the right wing, the treatment of violent women. Gaëtan Brulotte and John Phillips London and New York: Taylor and Francis, 2006. Most recently, Lisa has published an edited collection entitled Cambridge University Press, 2018 , and completed a major monograph entitled which examines cultural narratives surrounding those women who refuse the gendered imperative of collectivism, insisting instead on individualism as a liveable female position. I argue for a feelings-free, pro-rational feminist response to the ills of populism, identity politics-based factionalism, and anti-intellectualism. This volume draws contributors from around the globe who represent the full range of approaches to scholarship in nineteenth-century French studies: historical, literary, cultural, art historical, philosophical, and comparative.
Affiliate of at University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. I also organized, convened and chaired the panel on Catherine Deneuve. My enduring research interest is in questions of exceptionality, difficulty, and ab normality as they are represented and understood in cultural, medical, and political fields. Louise Hardwick, Bern: Peter Lang, 2009 , 19-33. I am Professor of French Discourses of Sexuality and a specialist in interdisciplinary sexuality and gender studies, critical theory, and the history of diagnostic and cultural concepts. Member of editorial board of published by Budrich journals. Lisa Downing and Robert Gillett, 15:1, 2012,16-27.
Downing, Lisa, and French Film Directors Series Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2004. Convenor of research and postgraduate study in interdisciplinary across the institution. The theme of the volume - Birth and Death - is one with particular resonance for nineteenth-century French studies, since the nineteenth century is commonly perceived as an age of new life and renovation. It is also the century in which reflection on processes of artistic creation begins to problematize concepts of mimetic representation, the function of the author and the status of the text. Chiara Beccalossi and Ivan Crozier, vol. Sarah Cooper, 11:2, 2007, 49-65.
Downing, Lisa and Sue Harris eds , and Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2007; reissued 2011. Downing, Lisa, Review of Tim Dean, Beyond Sexuality Chicago University Press, 2000 in Archives of Sexual Behaviour, 34: 2, 2005, 255-57. The book asks how revisiting the words and works of selfish women of modernity, including Rachilde, Ayn Rand, Margaret Thatcher, and Lionel Shriver, can assist us in understanding our fraught individual and collective identities in contemporary culture. During the two-year period of research leave, she completed a major monograph about the gendering and othering of the figure of the murderer from 1830 to the present day , , which appeared in March 2013 with the University of Chicago Press, and worked on a co-authored book with Dr Iain Morland and Dr Nikki Sullivan about the work of the late sexologist John Money. Darren Langridge and Meg Barker Palgrave, 2007 , 119-32. .
Anna Katharina Schaffner and Shane Weller Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, 2012 , 195-212. She is of French Discourses of Sexuality at the. Julie Peakman Oxford: Berg, 2011 , 63-81. It is the epoch that witnessed an efflorescence of industrial and artistic progress, the birth of the individual and the birth of the novel, and the creation of an urban population in the major demographic shift from the rural provinces to Paris. I have since worked at Queen Mary University of London and the University of Exeter, before taking up my Chair at the University of Birmingham in 2012.
La relation adulte-enfant dans Vendredi ou la vie sauvage et les valeurs du texte pour son jeune public', in Devenir adulte et rester enfant? Peter Cryle and Lisa Downing, 1:3, 2010, 275-87. Chiara Beccalossi and Ivan Crozier, vol. Oliver Davis and Hector Kolias, 35: 2, 2012, 215-232. Stephen Forcer and Emma Wagstaff, 50:3, 2011, 86-100. Relire les productions pour la jeunesse, ed. Capitanio, Sarah, Lisa Downing, Paul Rowe and Nick White eds , Oxford: Peter Lang, 2005.
Iain Morland and Wendy O'Brien no. It not only re-examines canonical works through a new critical lens which sheds light on their international transmission and circulation, but also uncovers neglected source materials. Noreen Giffney and Eve Watson New York: Punctum, 2017 , 105-126. I also work with creative practitioners and am currently co-creating an exhibition and series of events on extremism, gender, and mental health with the international artist Navine G. Let Me Count the Ways…. The Impact of the Underground in Nineteenth-Century Children's Literature', in Histoires de la Terre: Earth Sciences and French Culture, 1740-1940, ed. Nobus, Dany and Lisa Downing eds , and London and New York: Karnac Books, 2006.
Peter Hegarty, 2:1, 2011, 4-15. Lisa Downing and Lara Cox, 41:3, 2018, 364-379. She has since worked at Queen Mary University of London, the University of Exeter, and the University of Birmingham. Malcolm Bowie, on French literature and discourses of necrophilia. As an interdisciplinary scholar, I work especially closely with colleagues in psychiatry and the other psy sciences and engage in training, collaboration, and publications with individuals and teams in these fields. This was published as in 2003. Peter Hegarty, 2:1, 2011, 4-15.
Freedom of expression with regard to sexuality and gender issues. Lisa also co-moderated the Critical Sexology mailing list and managed the. Georgina Colby, 89-90, 2017, 137-152. Member of the advisory board of an online French journal of literary and cultural studies. Anna Katharina Schaffner and Shane Weller Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, 2012 , 195-212. At the same time, however, it is the century of Decadence and degeneration theory, marked by a prominent morbid aesthetic in the artistic sphere and a fascination with criminality, moral decay and the pathologization of racial and sexual minorities in the scientific discourses. Downing, Lisa, Legenda Oxford: European Humanities Research Centre, University of Oxford, 2003.