Lara Delage-Toriel

Lara Delage-Toriel is associate professor in North-American Literature at Strasbourg University, France. Her publications include two book-length studies involving cross-media analysis, one on A Streetcar Named Desire (Bréal, 2003) and one on Lolita (Editions du Temps, 2009). She co-edited Kaleidoscopic Nabokov: Perspectives Françaises (Houdiard, 2009) and was the founding president of the French Vladimir Nabokov Society from 2010 to 2014. Her current research interests lie in the way in which certain 20th and 21st century American authors engage the body within the creative process. Within various contexts, academic and non-academic, she has also directed and/or performed in a number of intermedial projects involving dialogues between fine arts and literature (“A Guide to Berlin”, 2014), dance, music and literature (“La Friche Mode d'Emploi”, 2008), music and literature (“Lolita”, 2009, “Mademoiselle O”, 2014), soundpainting and literature (“Lolita à 60 ans”, 2015), as well as film and sound documentaries (“A Guide to Berlin”, 2015, “Nabokov in the Classroom”, 2009). Contact:

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