Valérie Baisnée is an Associate Professor of English at the University of Paris Saclay, France. She holds a PhD in English from the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Baisnée's research and publications primarily focus on twentieth and twenty-first-century women's life writing and poetry, with a specific emphasis on New Zealand writers such as Katherine Mansfield, Janet Frame, Selina Tusilata Marsh, and Fiona Kidman. She has co-edited collections including Women's Life Writing and the Practice of Reading (2018) and Text and Image in Women's Life Writing: Picturing the Female Self (2021). Additionally, Baisnée is the author of Gendered Resistance: The Autobiographies of Simone de Beauvoir, Maya Angelou, Janet Frame and Marguerite Duras (1997) and In the Long Corridor of Distance: Space and Place in New Zealand Women's Autobiographies (2014), both published by Rodopi.

Valérie Baisnée is a member of Paris Nanterre University's FAAAM group.



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