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  • Geoffrey Turnovsky, "Touched by an Author: Books and 'Intensive' Reading in the Late Eighteenth Century," Precarious Alliances: Cultures of Participation in Print and Other Media, ed. Martin Butler, Albrecht Hausmann, Anton Kirchhofer (Bielefeld, Germany: transcript Verlag, 2016), 135-155 Learn more
  • Geoffrey Turnovsky, "Les lecteurs du Mercure Galant. Trois aperçus," XVIIe Siècle 270 (Jan-Mars 2016): 65-80. Learn more
  • Who is a Legitimate French Speaker?: The Senegalese in Paris and the Crossing of Linguistic and Social Borders. (2015). French Cultural Studies 26(3), 317–329. Learn more
  • "A Psychogeography of the Monstrous in Le Premier Homme" in A Writer's Topography: Space and Place in the Life and Works of Albert Camus, eds. Jason Herbeck and Vincent Grégoire (Leiden: Brill/Rodopi, 2015): 117-134. Learn more
  • Claire Mouflard. L'Autre en Mouvement: Representations of the Postcolonial Urban Other in Contemporary Metropolitan French Literature, Art and Cinema. Diss., 2014. Learn more
  • Louisa Mackenzie and Stephanie Posthumus (McGill), "Reading Latour Outside: A Response to the Estok-Robisch Controversy." Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment 20,4 (2013): 1-21. Learn more
  • Geoffrey Turnovsky, "Authorial Poverty and Transformations in Readership, 1750-1850. The Case of Nicholas Gilbert," Romanic Review 103, 3-4 (November 2012 [appeared in December 2013]): 439-464. Joanna Stalnaker and NIcholas Cronk, eds.  Learn more
  • Denyse Delcourt. "Swords and Flowers: Conversion in 'La Chanson de Roland' and 'Floire et Blanchefleur.'" Article included in the volume of MLN in Memory of Eugene Vance (January 2013). Learn more
  • Julia Holter. "Le clair-obscur « extrême contemporain » : Pascal Quignard, Pierre Michon, Patrick Modiano et Pierre Bergounioux." Diss., 2013. Learn more
  • Arthuriana, vol. 22, number 1, Spring 2012. Review of Christine Ferlampin-Acher, Perceforest et Zéphir: Propositions autour d'un récit bourguignon.  Learn more
  • Louisa Mackenzie. "It's a Queer Thing: Early Modern French Ecocriticism." French Literature Series 39. Rodopi, 2012. Learn more
  • Jessica N. Kamin. "Playwrights on the Threshold Between Stage and Study: paratexts and polemical texts in seventeenth century French theater." Diss., 2012. Learn more
  • “Sans figure aucune: La métaphore de la soif dans les Vers nouveaux de Rimbaud,” Parade sauvage, N° 22, December 2011. Learn more
  • Review of L'Invention lyrique : Visages d'auteur, figures du poète et voix lyrique chez Ronsard by Benedikte Anderson. (Paris: Champion, 2011). Renaissance Quarterly 64 (2011): 1241-43.  Learn more
  • Geoffrey Turnovsky. "Authorial Modesty and its Readers: Mondanité and Modernity in 17th-Century France." Modern Language Quarterly 72.4 ( 2011): 461-492. Learn more
  • Laureta Mema. "'Petrarquisant sur l'horrible' in Les Fleurs du Mal; Eros and the Art of Poetry, from the Troubadours to Baudelaire." Diss., 2011. Learn more
  • Lisa Friedli. "Transcending the Political: Irene Nemirovsky's Cosmopolitan Account of War and Exile." Diss., 2011. Learn more
  • Louisa Mackenzie. The Poetry of Place: Lyric, Landscape, and Ideology in Renaissance France. University of Toronto Press: 2011. Learn more
  • Geoffrey Turnovsky, review of Robert Darnton, The Devil in the Holy Water, or the Art of Slander from Louis XIV to NapoleonH-France Forum. vol. 5, Issue 5 (Fall 2010). Learn more
  • Geoffrey Turnovsky. The Literary Market: Authorship and Modernity in the Old Regime. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2010. Learn more
  • Insook Webber. "Paradoxical Dialectic in Valéry." Diss., 2010. Learn more
  • James Terry. "Contingency and Connotation in the 13th-Century Old French." Diss., 2010. Learn more
  • “Overwriting Time with Space: Memory and Forgetting in Chateaubriand’s René,” French Forum, Vol. 34, N° 3, Fall 2009, pp. 1-20. Learn more
  • Geoffrey Turnovsky. "The making of a name: a life of Voltaire." The Cambridge Companion to Voltaire, ed. Nicholas Cronk. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2009. 17-30. Learn more
  • Otilia Baraboi. "Cioran ou le français malgré lui (Poétique et politique d’un imaginaire linguistique)". Diss., 2009. Learn more
  • Hedwige Meyer, S.L. Difusion. Rond Point: Une perspective actionnelle. Prentice Hall: 2007. Learn more
  • Anne Miller. "Le Poète dans la cité: Figures de l'intellectuel a la fin du Moyen Âge." Diss., 2007. Learn more
  • “Entre le moi et le monde: La question des frontières dans Le Horla de Guy de Maupassant,” Les Cahiers  naturalistes, N° 80, 2006, pp. 53-68. Learn more
  • “Etranges figures, figures étrangères: Renée dans La Curée d’Emile Zola,” Poétique, N° 147, September 2006, pp. 259-275. Learn more
  • “L’Entre-moi: Le Horla de Maupassant, ou un monde sans frontières,” Littérature, N° 139, September 2005, pp. 44-61. Learn more
  • Sandra Evans. "Masters and Rebels in Raoul de Cambrai and the Cycles des Barons Revoltes." Diss., 2005. Learn more
  • John Matthies. "Fort Apache: The Literary Lives of the Parisian Banlieue Savage." Diss., 2005. Learn more
  • Diane Dearmont. "Automatic Writing: History from Mesmer to Breton." Diss., 2004. Learn more
  • Anne Latowsky. "Imaginative Possession: Charlemagne and the East from Einhard to the voyage of Charlemagne." Diss., 2004. Learn more
  • Linda Beck. "Laurent de Premierfait's Les Cent Nouvelles: An Emblem for Cultural Appropriation in 16th Century French." Diss., 2003. Learn more
  • Katherine Maynard. "Epic Lessons: Pedagogy and National Narrative in the Epic Poetry of Early Modern France." Diss., 2003. Learn more
  • Denyse Delcourt. "Fiction, table, théâtre: Le repas des sorcières dans 'Amadas et Ydoine.'" Etudes Françaises 49.1 (Winter 2013). Learn more
  • Francis Ramoin. "The Front National and Immigrant Populations in France." Honors Thesis. Learn more
  • Morgan Boharski. "Women and Weaving in Medieval French Literature." Honors Thesis. Learn more
  • Geoffrey Turnovsky. "The Enlightenment Literary Market: Rousseau, Authorship, and the Book Trade." Eighteenth‑Century Studies 36:3 (Spring 2003): 387-410. Learn more
  • "Coming Home to Masculinity: Homosocial Norms in Michel de Montaigne's Journal de Voyage." Accepted for publication in Montaigne Studies, special volume on masculinity, edited by Lawrence Kritzman.  Learn more
  • Eds. Louisa Mackenzie and  Stephanie Posthumus. French Thinking About Animals. Michigan State University (2015). Learn more
  • Review of Colonizer or Colonized: The Hidden Stories of Early Modern French Culture by Sara E. Melzer. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012. Forthcoming in MLQ, September 2014.  Learn more
  • Louisa Mackenzie, “Don’t Panic: The Unknowability of Early Modern Nature” (January 29, 2014). Oecologies Speaker Series at Green College, University of British Columbia. Learn more

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