Jasmina Bolfek-Radovani

Name: Jasmina Bolfek-Radovani

Position: Visiting Research Fellow, University of Westminster, UK

Nationality: British

Employment Record (from newest to oldest):
2014 present: Visiting Research Fellow, University of Westminster, London
2012 – present: Programme Co-ordinator, London Creative and Digital Fusion, Queen Mary, University of London
2010 – 2013: Research Co-ordinator, School of English and Drama, Queen Mary, University of London
2007 – 2010: Project Manager, Sociology Department, Goldsmiths, University of London

–2013: PhD in Francophone Literary and Cultural Studies, University of Westminster, London UK
– 2004: MA in French and Francophone Studies of Westminster, London, UK
1991 –1994: MA in Sociolinguistics, of Zagreb / University of Uppsala
1984 –1990: BA in French Language and Literature and Linguistics, University of Zagreb

Membership in Professional Associations:
British Association for Canadian Studies
Society for Postcolonial Francophone Studies
Centre International pour les Chercheurs sur les Littératures Maghrébines

Selected Bibliography (max 5 titles):
1. In publication
From a Politics to a Poetics of Memory: Fracture, Return and Renewal in Robert Lalonde’s Sept Lacs plus au Nord” accepted for the upcoming conference on “Indigeneity and French Canada” – article to be published in the British Journal for Canadian Studies, Sept 2014.
2. In preparation
2015-2016: article proposal ‘Writing Contemporary Québec: the Quest for Identity and Intertextuality in the Work of Roxanne Bouchard’ for the Nottingham French Studies Special Issue on Quebec “québec.ac.uk: Current Research on Québec in the UK”, edited by Rosemary Chapman.
3. Submitted for review
2015: Le ‘je/jeu’ intertextuel: Intertextual Identity and Textual Interplay in Roxanne Bouchard’s Whisky and Paraboles” submitted for consideration to the British Journal for Canadian Studies, 2015.

Countries of Work Experience: Croatia, UK, Sweden, France

Languages Spoken: French, Croatian, English, Swedish, German

Research Interests:
Comparative Francophone Literary and Cultural Studies in North Africa and Canada
Space Theory
Intertextual Theory

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