Professor Diana J. Fox
Keynote Speech Title: Feminist Publishing and Transnational Collaborations: Deepening Global Sisterhood in Precarious Times
Diana J. Fox is Professor of Anthropology, Department Chair and founding editor of the Journal of International Women’s Studies at Bridgewater State University. Her feminist decolonial scholar-activist is predicated on partnerships with social movement actors in Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Japan. She is the recipient of four Fulbrights, two Wenner-Gren grants among others have published a number of books and articles and is a frequent speaker at conferences and other venues.
Dr. Monia Chouari
Keynote Speech Title: The Intersection between Feminism and Gender: Victorian Novels as a Case Study.
Dr. Monia Chouari Holder of a Joint-Ph.D. Degree. Currently an Assistant Professor at the English Department, FAHS, Sousse University. Her teaching, supervision, and research interests focus on Victorian Studies, Women’s Studies and Theories of Gender. She is a Certified Trainer of TEYL (Washington, D.C.); a Lecturer on Historiographic Literature, Theories of Gender (Master’s programs), and the Literary Trends (Undergraduate program). She is a permanent member of “Approaches to Discourse” Laboratory (Sfax U); Member of the Scientific Edition Board (FAHS); member of the National Scholarship Committee; currently member in the National Sectoral Committee of English (MHE). She is also a coordinator at the Pedagogical and Digital Innovation Cell, and a President of the Communication Committee of the PMO at the University of Sousse. She published her first book, Unveiling the Self, in addition to other international book chapters, articles, and papers.