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Last Name / Nom First Name / Prénom(s) Department / Départment College or University / Universitésort icon Country / Pays Research interests/Domaines de recherche
Itti Eliane PLH-ELH Université de Toulouse-Le Mirail FRANCE

Le rayonnement humaniste de l'Académie protestante de Saumur (1599-1685).

Madame Dacier : - biographie publiée aux éd. L'Harmattan, 2012. - site "Madame Dacier", GRAC, Université de Lyon, 2013.

Ferrari Nathalie Université Denis Diderot Paris VII (G.R.E.P.) France

Epistolarité; pratique de la consolation; présence de l'Antiquité en France à l'époque moderne;

Desjardins Lucie Études littéraires Université du Québec à Montréal CANADA

représentation du corps, de l'intimité, des passions. culture populaire monde renversés

Pellegrin Marie-Frédérique Faculté de philosophie Université Jean Moulin-Lyon 3 France

Le cartésianisme et ses différentes postérités, notamment féministes.

Les théories de l'imagination à l'âge classique.

Bombart Mathilde Dépt de lettres modernes Université Jean Moulin/Lyon 3 France
Zoberman Pierre LSHS Université Paris 13 - Sorbonne Paris Cité France

Queer identities in early modern Europe literature and culture. Gender and/in literature (constructions/representations). Proust (espacially Proust and the 17th century. Eloquence, Ideology, and the Monarchy.

Oiry Goulven Lettres Université Paris 7 / Université de Savoie France

Littérature française des XVIe et XVIIe siècles Genres comiques Théâtre Ville

Gue Loudmie Philosophie Universite Paris 8 France

Philosophie: metqphysique, phenomenologie, theorie de la connaissance, imaginaire, imagination.

TREILHOU BALAUDE CATHERINE INSTITUT D'ETUDES THEATRALES UNIVERSITE PARIS III SORBONNE NOUVELLE FRANCE

Esthétique du théâtre baroque européen Réception française de Shakespeare depuis le Romantisme Mise en scène des classiques

Desmoulière Paule Littérature française et comparée Université Paris IV Sorbonne France

Collections of funeral verse. Occasional Poetry. Festival books. Jesuit colleges and Jesuit festival books. Book history. Cultural exchanges between Italy, France and the British Isles.

Schoenecker Aurore Littérature et Linguistique Françaises et Latines (LLFL) Université Paris-3 Sorbonne Nouvelle France

Littérature française du XVIIe siècle, et plus particulièrement: prédication, histoires tragiques, traductions d'espagnol en français Relations entre littérature et histoire du livre

Schapira Nicolas histoire Université Paris-est Marne-la-Vallée France

Histoire sociale et politique des pratiques d'écriture aux 17e et 18e siècle

Biscéré Antoine C.E.L.L.F. 16e-18e Université Paris-Sorbonne France

Littérature française (XVIe-XVIIe s.) Histoire de la fable ésopique, de l'antiquité au XVIIe siècle (traditions textuelles et iconographiques) Histoire des formes gnomiques Poétique de Jean de La Fontaine / étude des sources des fables

CIOCOIU ELENA CELLF 16-18 Universite Paris-Sorbonne Roumanie

Port-Royal; les moralistes; imaginaire classique; études de réception; littérature et philosophie

Declercq Gilles Institut d'Études théâtrales Université Sorbonne nouvelle (Paris III) France

Rhétorique & argumentation. Dramaturgie & tragédie classique. Racine. Mise en scène des classiques. Esthétique du sublime. Descartes & Port-Royal. Dominique Bouhours

REGENT-SUSINI Anne UFR Littérature Linguistique Didactique Université Sorbonne nouvelle-Paris 3 FRANCe

Religious and political texts, drama, oral speeches, writing of history, pulpit eloquence

Leclerc Jean Département d'études françaises Université Western Ontario Canada

Littérature française du 17e siècle, Théorie de l'imitation et de la parodie, Esthétique et poétique du burlesque, Rhétorique, Éditions critiques.

Ibbett Katherine French University College London UK

Emotions, the novel, religious writing.

Moreau Isabelle French Department University College London United Kingdom

Seventeenth-century literature and thought; Cultural history and history of ideas, with a special interest in libertinism and free-thinking. Cyrano de Bergerac, Charles Sorel, La Mothe le Vayer, Gabriel Naudé, Pierre Bayle, François Bernier (the quarrel between Descartes and Gassendi and its legacy). The status of fiction in philosophy and literature in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. Issues of fiction, rhetoric and make-believe in relation to intellectual history and science.

Ibbett Katherine University College London USA
MacKenzie Kirsteen School of History, Divinity and Philosophy University of Aberdeen United Kingdom

Anglo-French diplomatic relations during the mid 17th century, Mazarin and Louis XIV.

Leibacher Lise French and Italian University of Arizona USA

Seventeenth and eighteenth-century French literature and culture. Early-modern and feminist utopias/utopianism. Libertinism and politics. Medical, confessional and literary discourses on gender and sexuality. Travel literature and colonial writing.

Morgan Robyn University of Birmingham France
Lo Siwin Art History University of British Columbia Canada
Palacios Joy Department of Classics and Religion University of Calgary Canada

Late medieval and early modern religion, cultural history, and literature. Themes include tension between church and theater, Counter-Reformation liturgy and preaching, priestly formation, court culture, spiritual writing (lives of reformers, letters of spiritual direction, etc.), performance theory, and archival methods.

Tobin Ronald French and Italian University of California USA

Stage and Off-Stage in Racine Gastronomy in literature

McMullan Megan French University of California Davis USA

17th century French literature

Goldstein Claire French & Italian University of California, Davis USA

Visual culture; materiality; natural philosophy

Hubert Judd French & Italian University of California, Irvine USA

French seventeenth-century theater; symbolist potry; Shakespeare; artists' books.

Trinquet Charlotte Modern Languages and Literatures University of Central Florida USA

- Contes des fées : Sociohistorical approaches to early modern European fairy tales, and the creation of a genre - Voltaire - Colonial North American & Caribbean Francophone folk narratives & literatures, in their relationship with early modern France - Histoire et histoires: the early modern historical novel challenging historiography - Fairies and the like: The history of supernatural beings in French and European collective knowledge

Joo Kyung Mee Modern Language Department University of Central Florida United States

French Theatre and Korean Theatre

Davis Kayla History University of Central Florida United States
Gandy Lauren Modern Languages and Literature University of Central Florida United States of America
Norman Larry Romance Languages and Literatures University of Chicago USA

17th-18th Century French Literature; Intellectual History; Theatre and Performance Studies; Aesthetics

Van Dyke Esther Romance Languages and Literatures University of Chicago United States

The Sublime in XVII century literature: Aesthetics of the sublime; Freedom of expression in the sublime

Allsman Janee French and Italian University of Colorado Boulder United States

Early modern French religious literature, conceptions of time/eternity, representations of heresy in art and literature.

Braider Christopher French and Italian University of Colorado, Boulder United States

same as above

Margolin Arianne French and Italian Department/CIELAM University of Colorado-Boulder/Université d'Aix-Marseille France

Literature and Science European Enlightenment Age of Classicism Translation Literary Theory

Eldredge Adrienne University of Connecticut United States

les passions, theatre, Pascal/Descartes, la folie, subversion/satire

Baxter Carol Centre for Gender and Women's Studies University of Dublin (Trinity College) Ireland

History of nuns in seventeenth-century France, especially the Port-Royal community Women, religion and power in seventeenth-century France

Roberts Hugh French, Modern Languages, Humanities University of Exeter UK

Sixteenth and early seventeenth-century French literature and thought, including obscenity, Bruscambille, nonsense writing, the 'recueils satyriques' and the reception of ancient Cynicism.

Assaf Francis Romance Languages University of Georgia USA

Baroque prose fiction, picaresque narration and other genres Early 18th century prose fiction and other genres Theory and practice of kingship and its implications in Classical and Post-Classical literature

McClure Ellen University of Illinois at Chicago USA

Seventeenth-century French politics, religion and literature

Rudall Diane Medical Education University of Illinois at Chicago USA

17th century France in general: Louis XIV; Jean Donneau de Visé; Nicolas de la Reynie; Madame de Montespan; theatre

Racevskis Roland French and Italian University of Iowa USA

17th-century French literature and culture Ecological literature and ecocriticism

Thomas Downing French & Italian University of Iowa USA

theater, opera, aesthetics

Ganim Russell Division of World Languages University of Iowa USA

baroque poetry, theater, literature

Scott Paul French & Italian University of Kansas USA
Tuttle Leslie Department of History University of Kansas United States

French History, esp. 17th-18th century; dreams and visionary experience in history; superstition, witchcraft and science, Jesuit missions; New France. Women, gender and sexuality.

Kuizenga Donna Provost's Office University of Massachusetts Boston USA