Denyse Delcourt is a writer and a medievalist. She has published two novels: Gabrielle au bois dormant (Editions Trois 2001) and Rouge (Lévesque Editeur 2015). She is the author of L'Ethique du changement dans le roman français du Moyen Age (Geneva: Droz, 1990); the editior of French Fairy Tales: Essays on a Major Literary Tradition (Cognella 2011), and the co-editor (with Stephen Nichols) of De Theoria: Early Modern Essays in Memory of Eugene Vance (MLN 2012). Her articles on French medieval romances have appeared in Le Moyen Français, The Romanic Review, Medieavalia & Humanistica, Medieovo Romanzo, and MLN, among others. She has been teaching at the University of Washington since 1990. Other teaching experiences include Queens (Canada), Emory, Northwestern and Duke universities. Her teaching and research interests are Old French language and literature, contemporary Québécois literature and French fairy tales.
- Contre-Jour. Cahier Littéraire, no. 32, Hiver 2014. "La Galerie des Absents." (poetry)
- 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).
- Arthuriana, vol. 22, number 1, Spring 2012. Review of Christine Ferlampin-Acher, Perceforest et Zéphir: Propositions autour d'un récit bourguignon.
- Denyse Delcourt, Stephen Nichols, eds. "De Theoria: Early Modern Studies in Memory of Eugene Vance." MLN (January 2013).
- Denyse Delcourt. "Fiction, table, théâtre: Le repas des sorcières dans 'Amadas et Ydoine.'" Etudes Françaises 49.1 (Winter 2013).
Summer 2014 A-term
- Congratulations, 2016 FIS Graduates! - June 10, 2016
- Spring 2014 Course: Atelier d’écriture/Writer’s Workshop - February 5, 2014
- W14 Course: Qui sommes-nous?The Quest for Identity in Québécois Literature and Culture - November 7, 2013