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Part time Lecturer in French Studies
Associate Professor of French
French Doctoral Candidate Hailey Burgess Awarded the Elizabeth Kerr Macfarlane Endowed Scholarhip and Selected for Human-Animal Studies Summer Institute
(April 26, 2017)
French Doctoral Candidate Presents Paper at Indiana University's Conference
Crossing Borders, Breaking Walls
(April 3, 2017)
Louisa Mackenzie receives joint Mellon Fellowship for course development
(March 8, 2016)
Article Written by Louisa Mackenzie, FIS Associate Professor of French, Awarded Literature Prize
(October 20, 2015)
FIS Faculty, Louisa Mackenzie's book ranked in French Embassy's top 30 French summer reading list
(July 1, 2015)
Spring 2014 Course: "Animal Studies" in French and Francophone Contexts
(February 7, 2014)
“Guillaume Rondelet’s Sea-Monsters and Bruno Latour’s Modern Constitution.” In Animals and Early Modern Identity, ed. Pia Cuneo (Burlington: Ashgate, 2014): 329-349.
French Thinking About Animals, edited by Louisa Mackenzie and Stephanie Posthumus. Michigan State University Press, 2015.
Eds. Louisa Mackenzie and Stephanie Posthumus.
French Thinking About Animals
. Michigan State University (2015).
"The Fish and the Whale: Animal Symbiosis and Early Modern Posthumanism." Accepted for publication in
The Sixteenth Century Journal.
Events mentioning "Animal Studies"
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