Federica K. Clementi receives the Women’s Caucus for the Modern Languages Florence Howe Award
The Jewish Studies Program is pleased and proud to report that Federica K. Clementi was selected as this year’s recipient of the Women’s Caucus for the Modern Languages Florence Howe Award for an outstanding essay in the field of foreign language by a feminist scholar for her article: “Nightbirds, Nightmares and the Mothers’ Smile: Art and Psychoanalysis in Sarah Kofman’s Life-Writing”
This article appeared in the March 2011 issue of the journal Women in French Studies (vol. 19 issue 1 March 27, 2011. p. 67-84). A link to the article is found here.
Federica K. Clementi was publicly acknowledged and received a $250 prize at the MLA (Modern Language Association) Convention in Boston on Thursday, 3 January 2013.