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Last Name / Nom First Name / Prénom(s) Department / Départment College or University / Université Country / Payssort icon Research interests/Domaines de recherche
Wile Aaron History of Art and Architecture Harvard University United States

17th and 18th-century French painting and theory; spectatorship; the classical sublime; Quarrel of the Ancients and Moderns; galanterie.

Wagner David Department of French and Italian Indiana University--Bloomington United States

Fear in seventeenth century French literature and culture.

capmartin sophhie French Tulane United States

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

Cowart Georgia Music Case Western Reserve University United States

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

Balak Benjamin Economics Rollins College United States
Meding Twyla World Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics West Virginia University United States

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

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

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

French Theatre and Korean Theatre

Probes Christine WLE USF United States
Davis Kayla History University of Central Florida United States
Eldredge Adrienne University of Connecticut United States

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

Brow Kelsey United States

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

Ponta Lauren French and Italian Emory University United States

Feminine subjectivity, chance and risk-taking, expressions of the body, affect, psychoanalysis

Williard Ashley Languages, Literatures, and Cultures University of South Carolina United States
Powell John La Musique University of Tulsa United States

17th-century music

Beytelmann Sarah FIT Princeton United States

Polemics and insults in 17th century France, sovereignty and speech acts, notions of perversion.

Bolduc Benoît French New York University United States of America

History and historiography of European festivals: court spectacle (dramatic interludes, opera, tragédie lyrique), theatre and ceremonies; staging techniques (16th-17th c.).

Gandy Lauren Modern Languages and Literature University of Central Florida United States of America
University of Cincinnati Langsam Library electronic serials US
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

Pruiksma Rose Independent Scholar US
Fleck Steve emeritus - CSU Long Beach US

Molière, comic theory and practice, musical theater.

Bucknell Bucknell University Library Serials Bucknell University US
Guyot Sylvaine Romance Languages and Literatures Harvard University US

Early Modern Theater; Classical Tragedy; Racine; History of the Performance Arts; Visual Culture; Intersection of Drama and Painting; Representations and Social Uses of the Body.

Augier Denis Department of Foreign Languages University of New Orleans US

Alchimie et litterature

Cuenot Nicole Art History Columbia University US
Wright David us
Hoefer Bernadette US
McFadden Linda Calvin College US
Bjornstad Hall Department of French and Italian Indiana University, Bloomington US
Klosowska anna French and Italian Miami U US

Queer studies, race studies, poco, ooo.

Stefanovska Malina us
Senkevitch Tatiana Independent Scholar US
Administrator SE17 System Bowdoin College USA
Shoemaker Peter Undergraduate Studies Catholic University of America USA
GREGOIRE Vincent Department of Foreign Languages Berry College USA

17th Century Theater, New France, Missionaries, Colonization

Macy Tad IT Bowdoin USA
Landry Bertrand Foreign Languages and Cultures The University of Mount Union USA

Epistolary novels - letter writers - memoirs - biographies - Madame de Sevigne

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).

Albanese Ralph Foreign Languages & Literatures University of Memphis USA

Classical Theater; sociocriticism; history of French education

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

Barnett Jenny Davis French Emory USA

Word and Image, Painting, theatre, poetry, Identity

Blanchard Jean-Vincent Modern Languages and Literatures Swarthmore College USA

Littérature et architecture; représentation du pouvoir souverain

Cassidy Virginie M Modern and Classical Languages and Cultures Georgetown College USA
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

Finn Thomas Modern Languages Ohio Northern University USA

Relations between French and Spanish 17th Century drama

Gallo David History College of Mount Saint Vincent USA

Ceremonial at Louis XIV's Court

Ganim Russell Modern Languages University of Nebraska-Lincoln USA

literature, cultural studies, cinema

Goldsmith Elizabeth Romance Studies Boston University USA

Memoirs, letters, travel narratives

Goldwyn Henriette French New York University USA

Seventeenth-century literature: -narrative texts, opposition journalism, political and religious polemical texts. -Feminism and early modern women writers. -Memoirs and travel literature.