Genevieve L. James, PhD Professor Emerita of French

Genevieve L. James, PhD

Bosch Hall 105-AA
716-888-2834
jamesg@canisius.edu

Three articles pertaining to three Women Mystics, written by Genevieve L. James, PhD, are included in Les Femmes Mystiques, Histoire and Dictionnaire, directed by Audrey Fella (Editions Robert Laffont, Paris, 2013). Saint Elisabeth Bailey Seton (1774-1821), Alexandra David-Neel (1868-1969), Isabelle Eberhardt (1877-1904).  In the book, Cahier De L’herne: Michel Serres,  directed by F. L'Yvonnet & C. Fremont, (Editions de L’Herne, Paris, 2010) G. James contributed two articles entitled “L’hermaphrodite ou le type accompli de l’inclusion (pp.119-125) and “Le philosophe récitant  (pp. 266-272) An article authored by James is included in the published book New Interpretations in the History of French Literature: from Marie de France to Beckett and Cioran by Aleksandra Gruszinka (The Edwin Mellon Press, 2008). James’ article, entitled “Portrait d’une orientaliste aventureuse:’ Alexandra David-Neel, 1868-1969,” is on pages 167-192 of the book. In addition, James’ article “Raymond Federman: un auteur bilingue meconnu a decouvrir” was published in the Journal LitteRealite (Summer 2006, University York Publications) Vol. XVIII, No. 1. pp. 68-73.