Essays in French Literature and Culture

A peer-reviewed scholarly journal published by the French Programme at the University of Western Australia ISSN No. 1835-7040

Kate Averis, “Environmental Degradation and Fractured Identities in Nancy Huston’s Canadian Ecotexts”, Essays in French Literature and Culture 57, 2020.

About the Author: Kate Averis

Kate Averis teaches European literatures at the Universidad de Antioquia (Colombia). Her research lies in the field of contemporary literatures in French and Spanish, and in particular, women’s writing, transnational mobility, ageing studies, and feminisms. Author of Exile and Nomadism in French and Hispanic Women’s Writing (Legenda, 2014), co-editor of Exiles, Travellers and Vagabonds: Rethinking Mobility in Francophone Women’s Writing (University of Wales Press, 2016), and editor of Nancy Huston, a special issue of Nottingham French Studies (57.3, 2018) on this author, she is currently researching contemporary women’s writing of female ageing, and transnational women’s writing in the Americas.

Email: katherine.averis@udea.edu.co