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Michelle Ryan-Sautour

Ryan-Sautour Michelle

michelle.ryan-sautour @ univ-angers.fr
  • Faculté des lettres, langues et sciences humaines
  • Etudes anglophones - Enseignants et Chercheurs
    Anglais
  • MRGT 214
  • 0241226379
  • 11 Boulevard Lavoisier - - 49045 - ANGERS Cedex 01
  • Responsable du pôle “nouvelle” du CRILA (Centre de Recherches Interdisciplinaires en Langue Anglaise) UPRES EA 4639
  • Rédactrice du Journal of the Short Story in English/Editor of the Journal of the Short Story in English

Discipline

Littérature Anglaise Contemporaine / Contemporary British Literature

Thèmes de recherche

(English Version Below)
Poste

Maître de Conférences (Littérature Britannique du XXeme siècle), département d’anglais, UFR Lettres, Langues et Sciences humaines, Université d’Angers.

Thèmes de Recherches 

La nouvelle en langue anglaise (notamment la fiction des auteurs suivants : Angela Carter, Rikki Ducornet, Ali Smith, Sarah Hall), la littérature britannique contemporaine, la théorie de la lecture, la théorie de l’auteur, l’identité sexuelle/sexuée, le féminisme, le conte de fées, la littérature enfantine.

Mme Ryan-Sautour est actuellement responsable du pôle « nouvelle » du groupe de recherches, CRILA, et Rédactrice du Journal of the Short Story in English. Elle est co-fondatrice avec Emmanuel Vernadakis et Ailsa Cox (Edge Hill University, U.K.) du ENSFR (European Nework for the Study of Short Fiction) et membre du projet régional GEDI (Genre et discriminations sexistes et homophobes).

 
Position

Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor, English Department, Université d’Angers

Research interests

Short fiction, contemporary British fiction (particularly the fiction of the following authors: Angela Carter, Rikki Ducornet, Ali Smith and Sarah Hall), short story studies, reading pragmatics, author studies, gender, feminism, the fairy tale, children’s literature.

Michelle Ryan-Sautour is currently director of the short story section of the CRILA research group at the University of Angers, France  and Editor of Journal of the Short Story in English. She is also co-founder with Emmanuel Vernadakis (CRILA) and Ailsa Cox of the ENSFR (European Network for Short Fiction Research) and member of the Loire Region Projet: Gender and Sexist and Homophobic discrimination.

Complément

European Network for Short Fiction Research : http://ensfr.hypotheses.org/

Publications

Review of Martine Hennard Dutheil de la Rochere's Reading, Translating, Rewriting: Angela Carter’s Translational Poetics, Marvel and Tales (forthcoming/ à paraitre)

"From Decadence to Dust: A Review Essay," Contemporary Women's Writing (forthcoming/ à paraitre) (Essay Review of Maggie Tonkin’s Angela Carter and Decadence: Critical Fictions / Fictional Critiques (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012) and Rebecca Munford’s Decadent Daughters and Monstrous Mothers: Angela Carter and the European Gothic (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2013)) 

“'Am I that Name?”': Authorial Identity in Writing by Contemporary British Women Authors” Ebc 2014.

“Developments in Short Fiction Research,” Ebc 2014

“Whimsical Transparency and Pronominal Postures in Ali Smith’s The First Person and Other Stories.” Etudes Britanniques Contemporaines. juin 2013, 44.

 “Affect and Authorial Performance in Angela Carter’s ‘Feminist’ Fiction” Identity and Form in Contemporary Literature. Ed. Ana Maria Sanchez. Routledge 2013.

 “Political Alchemy and Games with the Reader in Angela Carter’s ‘Alice in Prague or The Curious Room,’” Angela Carter: New Critical Readings. Ed.  Sonya Andermahr et Lawrence Phillips. London: Continuum Press, 2012. 67-80

 “Angela Carter as Fiction: Refiguring the Real Author as Performative Author.” Short Story in Theory and Practice/Journal of the Short Story in English (co-edited), 2012.

 “The Intermedial Trajectories of Angela Carter’s Wolf Tales,” Journal of the Short Story in English. Autumn 2012.

  “Intermediality and Subversive Wonder in Rikki Ducornet’s Anti-Tales.” Antitales: The Uses of Disenchantment, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011.

 “Intermediality and Image/Text Dynamics in Rikki Ducornet’s The One Marvelous Thing,Contemporary Interpretations of Fairy Tales and Fantasies, Ed. Anna Kerchy. Edwin Mellen Press. 2011.

 “Authorial Ghosts and Maternal Identity in Angela Carter’s ‘Ashputtle or the Mother’s Ghost: Three Versions of One Story.’” Marvels and Tales vol. 25, no. 1 (spring 2011).

 “Intermediality and the Cinematographic Image in Angela Carter’s ‘John Ford’s ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore.’” Journal of the Short Story in English. Spring 2011.

“Revisiting the Intentional Fallacy as a Political Mechanism in Angela Carter’s ‘The Loves of Lady Purple.’” JSSE Autumn2010.

 “Pulling the strings of the reader in Angela Carter’s ‘The Cabinet of Edgar Allan Poe’” JSSE, Spring 2009.

  “Behind the Scenes of Sexual/Textual Politics in Angela Carter’s ‘Overture and Incidental Music for A Midsummer Night’s Dream.’” JSSE Autumn 2008.

  “Autobiographical Estrangement in Angela Carter's ‘A Souvenir of Japan,’ ‘The Smile of Winter’ and ‘Flesh and the Mirror.’” Etudes britanniques contemporaines. 32. June 2007.

  “The Apocalypse of Gender in Angela Carter's The Passion of New Eve,” Etudes britanniques contemporaines. (26), June 2004.

 “Flickering Wor(l)ds: The Quest for Identity in Angela Carter's ‘The Merchant of Shadows,’” La nouvelle anglo-saxonne contemporaine. Poitiers: Presses de la Licorne, 2003.

 “The Laughing Monster: Fantastic Spectacles and Magical Games in Angela Carter's Nights at the Circus,” Etudes britanniques contemporaines. 23. Décembre 2002.  55-70.

 Métatextualité et Métafiction: Théorie et Analyses, Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2002. :Chapitres théoriques: “La métafiction postmoderne,” “La métafiction dans les nouvelles d'Angela Carter, Article: “Carnaval et réflexion métatextuelle dans ‘In Pantoland’ d’Angela Carter”