Anne Simon

Anne Simon is a researcher at the National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) and director of the Centre for Research on the Arts and Language (CNRS/EHESS). She is head of the Animots project, which seeks to collect and connect research into animals and animality in twentieth and twenty-first century literature in France and abroad. Among her areas of research are representations of the living world and animality in literature and philosophy, concerning which she has published widely and also directed the edition of Revue des Sciences Humaines on zoopoetics in 2017, together with André Benhaïm.


Beyond an Anthropocentric Literature

Insights from research on animality illuminate the relationship between literature and ecology.

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