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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
Semk Christopher Department of French Yale University USA

theater, religion and literature

Prest Julia French Yale USA

Seventeenth-century literature and culture, especially theatre.

Adrien Max Foreign Languages Wittenberg University USA

Classical Theatre, La Fontaine, Courtly Love Literature and Francophone Caribbean Literature

Freidel Nathalie Languages and Literatures Wilfrid Laurier Canada

Littérature française du XVIIe siècle, épistolarité, sociabilité, écritures de l'intime, Mme de Sévigné.

Wallis Andrew Modern Languages Whittier College USA

Roman du 17eme, Scarron, Sorel, Mlle de Scudéry, espace dans le roman

Richmond Lisa Wheaton College USA

Religion, spirituality, theology, Port-Royal, Pierre de Bérulle

Meding Twyla World Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics West Virginia University United States

17th-century French literature; pastoral; novella and theater; comparative literature.

Meere Michael Romance Languages & Literatures Wesleyan University United States

Early Modern European Studies

Bilis Helene French Wellesley College USA

French neo-classical tragedy, Rotrou, Corneille, Racine and Voltaire

Martin Meredith Art Department Wellesley College USA

18th-19th Century European Art

Ganne-Schiermeier Marie-Cécile French Wellesley College USA

anonymat, stratégies narratives, paratexte, histoire de la gastronomie au 16-17ème siècle, littérature franco-chinoise

Duggan Anne Classical & Modern Langs, Lits, and Cultures Wayne State University USA

Fairy-Tale Studies (early modern and contemporary), Early Modern Women Writers, Salon Culture, Tragic Story, Early Modern Ecofeminism

Harvey Sara French Victoria University Canada

Histoire de la critique littéraire et théâtrale Presse périodique (XVIIe-XVIIIe) Histoire de la piraterie : figurations et politique du pirate aux cyberhackers Polygraphies Divertissement et performativité : jeux, galanterie, théâtre Genèse de la culture moderne Histoire du livre et bibliographie matérielle Humanités numériques - méthodologies et pratiques de l'archive

Tucker Holly French Vanderbilt USA

History of Medicine

Le Coustour Audrey DyPaC UVSQ France

République des lettres, littérature du XVIIème siècle, collection, patrimoine

Probes Christine WLE USF United States
Perrier-Chartrand Julien Etudes littéraires UQAM / Paris-Sorbonne Canada

Théâtre XVIIe siècle, duel, violence, poétique, stylistique

Sörman Richard Department of Modern Languages Uppsala University (Sweden) Sweden

Molière, Pascal, Corneille + 18th century literature and literary theory

Coons James History University of Wisconsin-Whitewater USA

French absolutism, political culture, noble identity/masculinity, the Fronde, the Grand Condé

Verdier Gabrielle French, Italian, and Comparative Literature University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee USA

Women Writers of Ancien Régime Prose Fiction 17-18th cent Women playwrights, 18th cent Women historians and memorialists

Goodkin Richard French and Italian University of Wisconsin-Madison USA

Theater; relations between theater and narrative; theories of personality; sibling relations in literature

Debaisieux Martine French and Italian University of Wisconsin-Madison USA
Vaillancourt Daniel French Studies Dept University of Western Ontario Canada

Urbanités parisiennes ; Police et Littérature; Entrées solennelles

Kirk Heather French Studies University of Western Ontario Canada
Kamin Jessica French and Italian University of Washington USA

Theater, 17th century religious critics of theater, publication history, innovative approaches to bringing plays into the classroom

Turnovsky Geoffrey French and Italian Studies University of Washington USA
McConnell Kelly French University of Virginia USA

French Literature - women writers, novels, philosophy, admiration, auto-fiction French Film - adaptation

Carlin Claire French University of Victoria Canada

Représentations du mariage; le théâtre de P. Corneille

Jones Christine Languages and Literature University of Utah USA

Fairy Tales Material Culture Trades Dance history Chocolate

Powell John La Musique University of Tulsa United States

17th-century music

Ballin marie-Thérèse French Department University of Toronto Canada

Sujet de thèse: Éthique et esthétique de la médisance dans Les "Historiettes" de Tallemant des Réaux. Le manuscrit autographe des "Historiettes", rédigé entre 1657 et 1659, ne fut "découvert" qu'en 1834, et publié la première fois en 1834. Dans son préambule, Tallemant des Réaux en signalait la forme (de "petits Mémoires" sans lien les uns avec les autres),le caractère clandestin ("ce ne sont pas choses à mettre en lumière") et le public ("je donne cela à mes amis"). Mon projet de recherche se fait à partir de ce pacte de lecture et en trois volets: 1) le statut de manuscrit par rapport à l'imprimé: est-ce que le manuscrit est gage de clandestinité? S'inscrit-il dans une sociabilité aux contours précis (celle des Salons par exemple)? 2) Au delà de son caractère ludique et de sa fonction de divertissement de salon, L'historiette, qui relève de l'anecdote,mérite-t-elle l'intérêt de l'historien? Malgré leur forme parodique, les "Historiettes" de Tallemant des Réaux vehiculent-elles une vérité historique? Sont-elles en accord avec les exigences de ce type de discours? 3) Esthétique et éthique du discours des Historiettes: - La forme brève des "Historiettes" n'est pas sans rappeler celle des moralistes comme La Bruyère ou la Rochefoucauld. A l'instar des "Caratères" ou des "Maximes", les "Historiettes" véhiculent-elles un discours moraliste et une exemplarité sociale? Par ailleurs, les procédés discursifs et rhétoriques d'inversion du discours relèvent d'une esthétique de la fiction et subvertissent le discours historique. Comment se fait-il que malgré ce paradoxe, les "Historiettes" se lisent aujourd'hui comme un témoignage incontournable du Grand Siècle?

Dennis Laura English and Modern Languages University of the Cumberlands USA

the figure of "la vieille" in Baroque satire and the early novel; French and Francophone literature by and about women and women's issues; the representation of Madame de Maintenon in modern biography, novel, and film

Kruer Megan Literatures and Cultural Studies University of Texas Rio Grande Valley USA

17th c. theater, poetry, and prose; deconstruction; feminist and queer theory; and psychoanalysis

Reyes Hector Art History University of Southern California USA

French Academic Painting

Rosensweig Anna French and Italian University of Southern California USA

early modern theater and theatricality, theories of sovereignty and resistance, practices of self-fashioning, structures of belonging, political approaches to literature

Williard Ashley Languages, Literatures, and Cultures University of South Carolina United States
Spriet Stella Languages and Linguistics University of Saskatchewan Canada
Giordano Maria University of Rome "La Sapienza" Italy

Nouvelle historique-galante Littérature feminine Education des femmes

Hogg Chloé French and Italian University of Pittsburgh USA

Louis XIV's wars; political culture; journalism

Kasten Kathleen French University of Pennsylvania USA

Seventeenth- and eighteenth-century French literature, fairytales, material culture, history of the book, health in wellness/concepts of the body and maternity, connections between 17th-century and medieval literature

Narvey Benjamin Music University of Oxford France
Francoeur Aline School of Translation and Interpretation University of Ottawa Canada

history of dictionaries; French-English dictionaries of the 17th century; dictionary prefaces; terminology

Bayerl Corinne Romance Languages; German and Scandinavian University of Oregon USA

Seventeenth-Century Religious Thought and Philosophy; Les Moralistes; History of Education in Early Modern Europe.

Albert-Galtier Alexandre Romance Languages Dept. University of Oregon USA

XVIIth century French Literature, Theater, Art and Literature

Stedman Allison Languages and Culture Studies University of North Carolina at Charlotte USA

Seventeenth and eighteenth-century French literature

Welch Ellen Romance Languages and Literatures University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill USA

Foreignness in 17th-century French literature, intersections between fiction and travel literature, translation/adaptation, theories of performance

Augier Denis Department of Foreign Languages University of New Orleans US

Alchimie et litterature

Bourque Bernard French University of New England (Australia) Canada

Seventeenth-century French drama

Ganim Russell Modern Languages University of Nebraska-Lincoln USA

literature, cultural studies, cinema

Wellman Sara Modern Languages University of Mississippi United States

17th century pastoral literature