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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
  • “Boccaccio and His Desk.” The Cambridge Companion to Boccaccio. G. Armstrong, R. Daniels, and S. Milner Eds. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015. 1-17. 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
  • Translation of The Maximalist Novel: From Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow to Roberto Bolaño's 2666, by Stefano Ercolino. London: Bloomsbury, June 2014.  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
  • Review of What Else is Pastoral? Renaissance Literature and the Environment by Ken Hiltner. (Cornell: Cornell University Press, 2011). Environmental History 17 (2012): 445-47.  Learn more
  • Beatrice Arduini. "Il ruolo di Boccaccio e di Marsilio Ficino nella tradizione del Convivio di Dante." Boccaccio in America. Proceedings of the 2010 International Boccaccio Conference at The University of Massachusetts Amherst. (Ed. Michael Papio, and Elsa Filosa). Ravenna: Longo, 2012. 95-103. 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
  • Richard Watts. "Poisoned Animal, Polluted Form: Chamoiseau’s Birds at the Limits of Allegory." Pacific Coast Philology (2012): 177-193. 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. The Literary Market: Authorship and Modernity in the Old Regime. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2010. Learn more
  • Lisa Connell. "Pedagogically Speaking: Francophone Women's Autobiography and the Learning." Diss., 2010. Learn more
  • Yuqiu Meng. "At the Crossroads of Colonialism, Empire and Revolution: The 'Old Colonies' in French Literature 1788-1848." Diss., 2010. Learn more
  • Insook Webber. "Paradoxical Dialectic in Valéry." 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
  • Giuseppe Leporace, Deborah Woodard, trans. Amelia Roselli, The Dragonfly: A Selection of Poems: 1953-1981. New York: Chelsea Editions, 2009. Learn more
  • Otilia Baraboi. "Cioran ou le français malgré lui (Poétique et politique d’un imaginaire linguistique)". Diss., 2009. 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
  • Richard Watts. Packaging Post/Coloniality: The Manufacture of Literary Identity in the Francophone World. Lexington Books: 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
  • Ruggero Taradel. The Blood Libel: A Political History of an Anti-Semitic Myth (L'Accusa del Sangue. Storia Politica Di Un Mito Antisemita). Editori Riuniti, 2002. Learn more
  • Ruggero Taradel, Barbara Raggi, and Riccardo Di Segni. La segregazione amichevole: la "Civiltà cattolica" e la questione ebraica, 1850-1945. Editore Riuniti: 2000. 265 pp. Learn more
  • Denyse Delcourt. "Fiction, table, théâtre: Le repas des sorcières dans 'Amadas et Ydoine.'" Etudes Françaises 49.1 (Winter 2013). Learn more
  • Kelly Ruhlig. "Moufida Tlatli: Reflections of Tunisia." Honors Thesis. 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
  • "The tale of Nathan and Mithridanes (Dec. X. 3)." Lectura Boccaccii, Day 10. Ed. Michael Papio. University of Toronto Press. Learn more
  • Eds. Louisa Mackenzie and  Stephanie Posthumus. French Thinking About Animals. Michigan State University (2015). Learn more
  • "Giuseppe Gadda." 2,500 word entry to A Pocket Gadda Encyclopedia, The Edinburgh Journal of Gadda Studies: www.arts.edu.ac.uk/italian/gadda. (Forthcoming) Learn more

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