About Dr Sonia Wilson

Dr Wilson's research interests include: life writing, specifically diary and letter writing, intersection of gender and genre, late nineteenth century French women's writing and social history

Selected publications

Wilson, S. (2018). A Room of One's Own? Gender and the voyage immobile in Leila Sebbar's Voyage en Algeries autour de ma chambre. Australian Journal of French Studies, 55(1), 79-93.

Wilson, S. (2017). Coming to One's Senses: Diaries and the Materiality of Mourning in Sophie Calle's Rachel, Monique. The European Journal of Life Writing, VI, 62-86. 
Wilson, S. (2017). Personal Effects: Reading the Journal of Marie Bashkirtseff. London: Routledge.
Wilson, S. (2017). Turning Train Travel to Account: Locomotion, Femininity, and Diary-Writing in the Journal of Marie Bashkirtseff. French Studies, 71(2), 179-195. 
Wilson, S. (2016). The work of collecting: Objects, sociality and self in Leila Sebbar's Lettres parisiennes and Mes Algeries en France. French Cultural Studies, 27(4), 398-411.
Wilson, S. (2015). Show and Tell: Negotiating Self and Seeing in "Les Photos d'Alix" by Jean Eustache. Life Writing, 12(4), 447-463.
Wilson, S. (2014). Que mes photos soient dans le quotidien?: The Diary Writing and Photographic Self-Portraiture of Alix Cleo Roubaud. Auto/Biography Studies, 29(2), 249-278.
Wilson, S. (2012). Life, Disrupted: Annie Ernaux's Journal du dehors and "Je ne suis pas sortie de ma nuit". Australian Journal of French Studies, 49(3), 250-266.
Wilson, S. (2011). Daily Writing and the Construction of the Author as Public Figure: The Journal des Goncourt. Australian Journal of French Studies, 48(3), 282-297.
Wilson, S. (2010). Personal effects: reading the journal of Marie Bashkirtseff. London: Legenda.