Credentials: PhD Candidate in French
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- B.A., Elizabethtown College
- M.A., French Civilization, Middlebury College
- M.A., French literature, University of Wisconsin-Madison
The French novel of the 18th and 19th centuries; memory and forgetting; trauma and memory and/or forgetting; memory and melancholy; polyphony; narrative authority
Shame and Memory: Exploring Identity in the French Novel from 1760-1840
- French 101
- French 102
- French 203
- French 204
- Guest Instructor: French 271 (Fall and Spring 2017)
- “Who’s in charge here? Authority and Frustration in Diderot’s Jacques le Fataliste.” MMLA. Loyola University, in Cincinnati, OH. November 10, 2017.
- “From Shame and Innocence to Transparent Struggle: ‘Révolution Subite’ in Rousseau’s La Nouvelle Héloïse.” Annual Symposium of Graduate Association of French & Italian Students, University of Wisconsin-Madison. March 31, 2017.
- “Remembering Shame: ‘La fausse honte’ in Rousseau’s La Nouvelle Héloïse.” Departmental Research Seminar. University of Wisconsin-Madison, March 29, 2017.
- “Jacques le Fataliste et son Maître: Authorial Authority?” Annual Graduate Student Conference. Department of French, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD. November 2015.