Carolyn Snipes-Hoyt, an Adjunct Professor at Pacific Union College (USA), has published articles on various aspects of late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century French cultural and literary representation, such as naturalism, medievalism and regionalism, in collections and journals. Together with Anna Gural-Migdal, she edited a collection of essays entitled Zola et le texte naturaliste en Europe et aux Ameriques: Genericite, intertextualite et influences (Mellen, 2006). She is an Associate Editor of Excavatio, an international review devoted to Zola and naturalism. Marie-Sophie Armstrong is an Associate Professor of French at Lehigh University (USA) and an Associate Editor of Excavatio, who has published on nineteenth- and twentieth-century French writers. With an emphasis on what could be termed intra-poetic relationships, she has investigated, for example, manifestations in the Rougon-Macquart of Emile Zola's tormented relationship with Victor Hugo. Her articles on Zola's novels have appeared in collections and journals such as Romanic Review, French Forum, Les Cahiers naturalistes, Nineteenth-Century French Studies, The French Review and Excavatio. Riikka Rossi is a Docent of Finnish literature at the University of Helsinki (Finland) whose research centers on the history and theory of realism and naturalism and the comparative study of French and Nordic literature. She authored Le naturalisme finlandais. Une conception entropique du quotidien (SKS, 2007) and edited, as part of a group, Rethinking Mimesis: Concepts and Practices of Literary Representation (Cambridge Scholars, 2012). Her articles and essays on Finnish naturalism, Zola, Flaubert, Ibsen and Hamsun have appeared in collections and in journals such as Excavatio, Les Cahiers naturalistes, Scandinavian Studies and Nordlit.
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