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Last Name / Nomsort icon First Name / Prénom(s) Department / Départment College or University / Université Country / Pays Research interests/Domaines de recherche
Bourque Bernard French University of New England (Australia) Canada

Seventeenth-century French drama

BOUTET Anne Littérature française Centre d'Etudes Supérieures de la Renaissance (Tours, France) France
Bovet Jeanne Littératures de langue française Université de Montréal CANADA

La voix au théâtre

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

same as above

Brazeau Brian Comparative Literature and English The American University of Paris France

Travel writing, New France, collective identity, cultural contact

Bridge Rezvani Leanna Foreign Languages & Literatures MIT USA

17th century French literature, Madame de Lafayette, 16th century literature, Women Writers, French Language and Culture, Marguerite de Roberval

Brock Theresa
Brow Kelsey United States

France, textiles, food, culinary history, fashion, agriculture, landscape, port cities, gender, Early American Studies, New York

Buck Sarah ES Department of Art History Florida State University USA

17c printmaking and printmakers

Bucknell Bucknell University Library Serials Bucknell University US
Burch Laura French College of Wooster USA

The works of Madeleine de Scudéry Friendship in the 17th Century Feminist/Gender Studies Book history

burkhard kelly Foreign Languages Long Beach CC usa
buyer jane
cahiers test USA
Calefas-Strebelle Audrey French and francophone studies Mills College USA
Call Michael Humanities, Classics, and Comparative Literature Brigham Young University USA

Moliere 17th-century French drama Theater of the book

Campbell Mary Baine English (affiliate in Comparative Literature; Women's and Gender Studies) Brandeis University USA

I have published widely on medieval and early modern travel writing and sciences (geography, cosmography, teratology, zoology, astronomy and anthropology), especially in relation to the emergence of prose fiction and the novel, as well as in the general areas of utopian studies and the Atlantic world. My research and publications in the last decade have had primarily although not exclusively to do with the early modern history of dreams and dream theories in the North Atlantic rim (Western Europe, New France and New England).

Cantillon Alain
capmartin sophhie French Tulane United States

17th century court society, surveillance, mirrors. Philosophical/literary writing intertwinements Cultural encounters between Russia and France

Carlin Claire French University of Victoria Canada

Représentations du mariage; le théâtre de P. Corneille

Carr Thomas
Cartron Maxime
Cassidy Virginie M Modern and Classical Languages and Cultures Georgetown College USA
Cerdeira Virginie
Cherbuliez Juliette French and Italian University of Minnesota USA

the role of the literary imagination in the development of the disciplines; failure in the arts and sciences, theater.

CIOCOIU ELENA CELLF 16-18 Universite Paris-Sorbonne Roumanie

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

CLERMIDY Geneviève
Conboy Ana Languages and Cultures College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University United States

Metathéâtre et théâtre dans le théâtre Illusion et réalité dans le théâtre baroque français Jesuit influence on Baroque theater in France

Conroy Jane French National University of Ireland, Galway Ireland

French historical tragedy (17th cent.); travel literature (17th-18th cent.); Early Modern cultural transmission and intercultures

Conroy Derval French and Francophone Studies, School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics University College Dublin Ireland

17th-century literature, history of ideas and political thought; queenship; early modern feminisms; the history of equality; Gabrielle Suchon; women dramatists; print culture; text and image relations; festival books; early modern ceremonial.

Coons James History University of Wisconsin-Whitewater USA

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

coraboeuf laurent
Cordova Chad French and Italian Princeton University France
Cornic Sylvain
Coropceanu Lilia Department of French & Italian Emory University USA

Conceptions and techniques of self-constitution in French novelistic narrative (seventeenth-, eighteenth-, and nineteenth century literature).

Course Didier Foreign Languages and Literatures Hood College USA
Court Marc Sorbonne, Hautes Etudes France

Representation of Power in Tragedies, from Mysteries to Classicism, and neo-classicism

COUSSON Agnès Université de Brest FRANCE

- Correspondances religieuses et mondaines, mémoires, récits de vie au 17e siècle - Port-Royal - intimité et expression de l'intime, morale, éducation et culture au 17e siècle.

Cowart Georgia Music Case Western Reserve University United States

Watteau and the musical theater Louis XIV and the politics of spectacle

Cro Melinda Dept. of Modern Languages Kansas State University USA

Pastoral literature, theater, histoire comique

Cuenot Nicole Art History Columbia University US
Cunnac Sandrine
Curulla Annelle Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures Sarah Lawrence College USA
Daniel Maren
Dauge-Roth Katherine Department of Romance Languages Bowdoin College US

Literature and the body Graffiti and writing practices Early modern medicine Narratives of demonic possession, religious and mystical writing Superstition and magic Science and literature

Dauge-Roth Katherine Department of Romance Languages 7800 College Station USA
Davis Bruce French Knox College USA

Pierre Nicole, Pascal

Davis Kayla History University of Central Florida United States
de Vitis Mark Department of Art History and Film Studies The University of Sydney AU

Early modern print culture Dress, culture and the courtly body Cultural exchange and transfer Diaries, letters, memories and anecdotes Portraiture

Debaisieux Martine French and Italian University of Wisconsin-Madison USA