Miléna Santoro

Miléna Santoro has been a professor at Georgetown University for over two decades, where she teaches Quebec Studies and Film and Media Studies. The winner of the 2018 Prix du Quebec and the 2017 Grand Prix de la Francophonie, she has built her career on exploring the transnational and cross-cultural connections between Quebec’s rich literary and filmic practices and its North-American and global Francophone counterparts. She is the author of Mothers of Invention: Feminist Authors and Experimental Fiction in France and Quebec (2002), and a co-editor of Transatlantic Passages: Literary and Cultural Relations between Quebec and Francophone Europe (2010) and Hemispheric Indigeneities: Native Identity and Agency in Mesoamerica, the Andes, and Canada (2018).

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