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Women in Fh e ? c ? Studies FOREWORD The seven essays gathered in this first volume of Women in French Studies commemorate WIFs first two MLA sessions since becoming an Allied Association of the MLA in 1991. Despite the sessions' placement on the margins of the 1992 MLA annual meeting, both topics drew excellent audiences. We attribute such enthusiastic participation to the significance of the topics —Avant-garde Women Dramatists and Women and Humor — and to the large and growing WIF membership, now approaching 500. We have not included the usual "Notes on the Contributors" because information on the panelists is available in the WIF Membership Directory, but we are pleased to point out that speakers represented the spectrum of our membership from graduate students to full professors across the North American continent. Women in French Studies could not have been produced without the help of Carolyn Adams, Janis Glasgow, Jacqueryn Moon, Mary Lawrence Test, and Loren Roberts. I thank them for their contributions to the project. We encourage your comments on the first issue of WIF Studies. Enjoy your reading, and thenjoin us in Toronto for the 1993 sessions. Los AngelesAnnabelle Rea Jury 1993Chair. Women in French ...


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