Associate Professor of French & Comparative Literature
303 Dartmouth Hall
Medieval and early modern French literature; historiography and literature; translation; medieval and early modern women writers; critical theory; Christine de Pizan and her contemporaries; the evolution of allegory; Italian influence on French literature; Franco-English relations during the Hundred Years' War.
Ph.D, M.Phil, M.A. in French literature, Yale University
D.E.A., licence de lettres modernes, Université de Paris III-Sorbonne Nouvelle
B.A. in French, Amherst College
Speaking in Ideals: Late Medieval Allegory (French 45); Dream and Prophecy in the Middle Ages (French 45); Christine de Pizan (French 50); Medieval and Renaissance French Literature (French 22); Literature and Life (French 10); The Road Taken (COLT 7); Sex, Gender and Society (WGST 10); Humanities II
Last Updated: 8/26/09