Compilation of programs that versan on the history of the women in diverse social fields, cultural, political and historical through small biographies, interviews or reports
Albertine Sarrazin (1937-1967). Writer
Albertine Sarrazin was a French writer. It left written three novels, and several articles. His more important work is The astrágalo
Anna of Noailles was a poet his first work went Le Coeur innombrable (1901), Noailles composed nine volumes of poetry and three novels together with a collection of poems in prose (Accuracies, 1930), (Les Innocentes ou la sagesse des femmes, 1923), and an autobiography of his childhood and adolescence (Le Livre de ma vie , 1932).
Carmen Tessier was a French journalist that during near of thirty years, from the posguerra, had a section The midwife's gossip, in the newspaper France-Soir, was one of the columns that had more readers in all the French press.
Edmée de la Rochefoucauld French writer was a big activist of the feminist fight directs, from 1927, l'Union nationale pour vote him give femmes and public a self-evident feminist : The femme et ses droits.
Program on is writer and feminist French designated "the red duke" , brief route on his life, the sufragismo, and his career like writer
Elsa Triolet was a French writer of Russian origin, to part of his work like writer was journalist and translator of classical Russians to the French
Françoise Sagan was a writer, reporter and cineasta often considered like integral of the Nouvelle Vage his first novel was Good morning sadness in 1954
Joyce Mansour writer of poetry, theatre and prose known like poet surrealista
Louise of Vilmorin French writer, also practised the journalism and the critic. Varied of his novels were adapted to the cinema in the years 50 and 60.
Marcelle Auclair was founder of the magazine Marie Claire and writer
Marguerite Duras writer of some forty novels and a dozen of pieces of theatre directed several films, between them "India Song", and "The boys". With his novel the "The lover" (1984) obtained the Prize Goncourt.
Marguerite Yourcenar was a novelist , poet, dramaturga and French translator. It was the first woman chosen member of the French Academy in 1980
Marie of Rabutin-Chantel was a writer, remembered by his correspondence especially the written on his daughter
Rachilde is considered to be a pioneer of anti-realistic drama and a participant in the Decadent movement.
Séraphine Louis also known like Séraphine de Senlis was a French painter of style naïf. It had been shepherd and worked of maid when his work was discovered in 1912 by the collector of art Wilhelm Uhde. Under the protection of Uhde, Louis achieved importance like an of the painters naïf of the moment.
Simone of Beauvoir was a novelist and French philosopher. It wrote novels, essays, biographies and monográficos on political subjects, social and philosophical. His thought frame inside the existentialism and works like "The second sex" are foundational elements of the feminism
Suzanne Valadon, was a French painter and model of artists like Edgar Degas, Henri of Toulouse-Lautrec, Pierre-Auguste Renoir and Pierre Puvis of Chavannes, Toulouse-Lautrec did of her a reason of recurrent portrait : La Buveuse (The drinker). Degas Fixed in the alive lines of his drawings and paintings and encouraged it to continue painting. Suzanne Valadon painted dead natures, bouquets and landscapes admired by the strength of his composition and colours vibrantes. Also it is known by his nude.
Victoria Ocampo was a writer , intellectual, essayist and Argentinian translator. I found the magazine south and the publisher with the same name. In 1936 it was chosen president of the Union of Argentinian Women, one of the most ancient feminist movements. In 1946 it organised the preparativos for the creation of the UNESCO in Paris and besides, was the only present Argentinian in the Trials of Núremberg. It criticised duramente to the peronismo, militando actively in his opposition
Violette Leduc was a French writer, simbolo of the homosexual movement, Leduc narra his starts sexualesy sentimental; loves gays, subject by which was censored partially in several occasions. His more acclaimed work is The Bastard published in 1964
University of Alicante. University Library. Fonoteca