Tracing Itineraries and Itineraries of Trace in Sophie Calle‘s Où et Quand
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Lauren Van Arsdall (PhD University of California Los Angeles, 2015) is a Visiting Assistant Professor of French at the University of Miami and specializes in contemporary and twentieth-century French literature and visual studies, especially works by Sophie Calle, Annie Ernaux, Hervé Guibert, J.M.G. Le Clézio, and Agnès Varda. Publications include “Cross-Pollinations and Confrontations of Image and Text in Paul Éluard and Max Ernst‘s Les Malheurs des immortels,” Modern Humanities Research Association Papers in the Humanities: Literature and Art, Conversations and Collaborations, vol. 9 (January 2015) in addition to book reviews for The American Association of Teachers of French “In looking back one learns to see: Marcel Proust and Photography” The French Review, May 2015. She is currently working on a series of articles that explore the role of photography in Alain Mabanckou‘s oeuvre.