Emeline Jouve

Emeline Jouve is Assistant Professor of American Literature and Culture at Champollion University and Toulouse Jean-Jaurès University (France). She is the chair of the English department at Champollion University. She has given papers at several international conferences in France, Spain, and the U.S.A. on Susan Glaspell, Eugene O’Neill, Gertrude Stein, Paula Vogel, the Wooster Group and the Big Art Group and has published articles in French and American journals and anthologies. She edited the issue on “Staging Mobility in the United States” for the journal Miranda and co-edited the issue on “Staging American Memories” for the journal Les Cahiers de FRAMESPA (forthcoming). She also co-edited Susan Glaspell’s Trifles and “A Jury of Her Peers”: Centennial Essays, Interviews, and Adaptations with Martha C. Carpentier (McFarland; forthcoming). Emeline Jouve is the editor of the new section “Ariel’s Corner: theatre” for the peer-reviewed e-journal Miranda. Apart from her academic work, Jouve is also involved in the practice of theatre, staging several plays and working with professional theatre companies. Contact: emeline.jouve@gmail.com

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