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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
Kennedy Theresa Modern Languages and Cultures Baylor University USA

French Early Modern women writers and playwrights, 17th century theater, gender stereotyping, representation of female characters, opera.

Read Kirk Romance Languages and Literatures Bates College USA

Early Modern Writers Sex and Gender

khadraoui sophia French and Francophone Studies The Pennsylvanie State University USA

My research interests include identity and race issues in Caribbean literature as well as in 17th and 19th Century litterature.

Bilis Helene French Wellesley College USA

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

Simeon Sandrine French and Francophone Studies Pennsylvania State University USA

My research at the Pennsylvania State University focuses on the various practices of filming theater and the teaching methods of theater through film. My interests also include creative writing as well as the interactions between French cinema and culture, cinema and history.

Robin Jean Luc Department of Modern Languages and Classics The University of Alabama USA
Semk Christopher Department of French Yale University USA

theater, religion and literature

Schröder Volker French and Italian Princeton University USA
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

Beasley Faith French and Italian Dartmouth College USA

Seventeenth and eighteenth-century French literature and culture, women writers, India and France in the 17th century

Visentin Hélène French Studies Smith College USA

Theatre history and aesthetics; courtly and public spectacles

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

Wine Kathleen Department of French and Italian Dartmouth College USA

genre: novel/romance, epic, pastoral print and oral culture, history of the book

True Micah Romance Studies Duke University USA
Boitano John Department of Languages Chapman University USA

Ditto

Birberick Anne Office of the Provost Northern Illinois Univ. USA

Fairy Tales; Fables; La Fontaine; 17th-century French pedagogy

cahiers test USA
O'Hara Stephanie Foreign Literature & Languages University of Massachusetts Dartmouth USA
Newell-Amato Domenica Foreign Languages Eastern Illinois University USA

17th Century, Postcolonial Criticism, Theatre, Racine

Hogg Chloé French and Italian University of Pittsburgh USA

Louis XIV's wars; political culture; journalism

WISE ANAIS French and Italian The Ohio State University USA

Irony in 17th century literature and in French Cinema

Burch Laura French College of Wooster USA

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

Weinshenker Anne Betty Art and Design Montclair State University USA

17th and 18th-century French painting and sculpture; status of the artist

Otton Andrew USA
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.

Ritchie Michael French Department New York University USA
raynard sophie Department of European Languages, Literatures, and Cultures The State University of New York at Stony Brook USA

17th and early 18th French Literature sub-specializtion in that period: Women's Literature Fairy Tales Preciosity

Freiermuth Timothy French Studies Brown University USA

17th- and 20th-century French literature Theology and the History of Religion Mysticism History of Ideas

Tucker Holly French Vanderbilt USA

History of Medicine

Woshinsky Barbara University of Miami USA

literature, philosophy, art and literature

Zanger Abby USA

early modern literature and culture print culture gender studies visual culture politics and history

Norman Larry Romance Languages and Literatures University of Chicago USA

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

Cro Melinda Dept. of Modern Languages Kansas State University USA

Pastoral literature, theater, histoire comique

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

Spielman Guy French Georgetown University USA
Tamas Jennifer french Rutgers University USA

Racine - Louis XIV - Le théâtre rhétorique amoureuse, conversion religieuse, discours politiques et tout ce qui a trait au pouvoir des mots et à l'indicible.

FOSTER Korre Music Austin Peay State University USA

Marc-Antoine Charpentier, 17th-Century France, French Music, Rhetoric

Greenberg Mitchell Romance Studies Cornell University USA
Curulla Annelle Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures Sarah Lawrence College USA
Conboy Ana USA

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

Paine Skye Modern Languages and Cultures SUNY The College at Brockport USA
Jones Christine Languages and Literature University of Utah USA

Fairy Tales Material Culture Trades Dance history Chocolate

Longino Michèle Romance Studies Duke University USA

Current: Travel Writing

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

Mangerson Polly Modern Languages DePaul University USA
Reyes Hector Art History University of Southern California USA

French Academic Painting

Ravel Jeff History MIT USA

cultural and intellectual history; history of the book; theater history

Kuizenga Donna Provost's Office University of Massachusetts Boston USA
Turner Sophie French Oxford USA

My research interests include seventeenth-century libertinage, reception of literary and philosophical texts, political theory and intellectual history, and methodological approaches in the history of ideas.

Buck Sarah ES Department of Art History Florida State University USA

17c printmaking and printmakers