Recent Ph.D Placements and Dissertation Titles
Brian Arganbright: Assistant Professor of French, Transylvania University.
David I. Beriss: Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Anthropology, University of New Orleans.
G. Daniel Cohen: Assistant Professor of History, Rice University.
Michele C. Cone: Art History Faculty, School of Visual Arts.
Venita Datta: Associate Professor of French, Wellesley College.
Susane Edwards-Edmundson: Lecturer, Department of Modern Foreign Languages, University of Tennessee.
Julie Fette: Assistant Professor Interdisciplinary French Studies, Rice University.
Harry Gamble: Assistant Professor of French, College of Wooster.
Isabelle Genest: Associate Professor of Foreign Languages, Caldwell College.
Jonathan Gosnell: Assistant Professor in the Department of French Studies, Smith College.
Scott Gunther: Assistant Professor of French, Wellesley College.
Janet R. Horne: Associate Professor of French, University of Virginia.
Joshua Humphreys: (Ph.D. Joint History) Lecturer on History and Literature, Harvard University.
Mark Ingram: Associate Professor of French, Goucher College.
Elizabeth Campbell Karlsgodt: Assistant Professor of European History, University of Denver.
Kathryn Kleppinger: Assistant Professor of French, The George Washington University
Mary Lewis: John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the School of Social Sciences, Harvard University.
Amy G. Mazur: Professor in the Department of Political Science, Washington State University.
Philip Nwankwo: Teacher, World Language Department, Plainfield High School.
Katherine Opello: Faculty, Hofstra University.
Shanny Peer: Director of the Maison Française, Columbia University.
Stephanie Ponsavady: Assistant professor, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures at Wesleyan University
William Poulin-Deltour: Associate Professor of French, Middlebury College.
Nicole Rudolph: Assistant Professor of French, Adelphi University
John Savage: Assistant Professor of History, Lehigh University.
Paula Schwartz: Associate Professor of French, Middlebury College.
Willa Silverman: Associate Professor of French and Jewish Studies, Penn State University.
Susan Terrio: Associate Professor of French and Cultural Anthropology, Georgetown University
Christopher Thompson: Associate Professor of History, Ball State University.
Robert Turnbull: Professor of French, Chair of the Department of Humanities, Evangel University.
Sylvie L. Waskiewicz: Development Editor, Mc-Graw Hill.
John Westbrook: Assistant Professor of French, Bucknell University.
Recent Ph.D. Dissertations and Abstracts
Brian Arganbright, Ph.D. in French Studies and French, 2002
WRITING THE PEOPLE: CHARLES-LOUIS PHILIPPE AND THE CULTURE OF "POPULISM" DURING THE BELLE EPOQUE
Marie C. Benedict, Ph.D. in French Studies, 2000
AGRICULTURE AND ADMINISTRATIVE ELITES IN THIRD REPUBLIC FRANCE: THE INSTITUT NATIONAL AGRONOMIQUE 1876-1940
David Beriss, Ph.D. in French Studies and Anthropology, 1992
TO NOT BE FRENCH: COUNTER-DISCOURSES OF ANTILLEAN IDENTITY IN FRANCE
Elizabeth Campbell-Karlsgodt, Ph.D. in French Studies and History, 2002
NATIONAL TREASURES: CULTURAL HERITAGE AND THE FRENCH STATE DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
Daniel Cohen, Ph.D. in French Studies and History, 2000
THE WEST AND THE DISPLACED, 1945-1951: THE POST-WAR ROOTS OF POLITICAL REFUGEES
Michele C. Cone, Ph.D. in French Studies, 1988
ART AND POLITICS IN FRANCE DURING THE GERMAN OCCUPATION, 1940-1944
Venita Datta, Ph.D. in French Studies, 1989
“LA REVUE BLANCHE” (1889-1903): INTELLECTUALS AND POLITICS IN FRANCE
Susan E. Edwards, Ph.D. in French Studies, 1995
AESTHETICS AND POLITICS: FILM CULTURE AND THE EXTREME RIGHT IN FRANCE, 1930-1944
Ruth Merrill Eldridge, Ph.D. in French Studies, 1994
DECENTRALIZATION IN THE FRENCH DEPARTEMENT; THE DEFFERRE LEGISLATION
Julie Fette, Ph.D. French Studies, 2001
XENOPHOBIA AND EXCLUSION IN THE PROFESSIONS IN INTERWAR FRANCE
Mary Rosalie Fisher, Ph.D. in French Studies, 1991
MODELS FOR MANNERS: ETIQUETTE BOOKS AND ETIQUETTE IN MODERN FRANCE
Harry Yandle Gamble, Ph.D. in French Studies, 2002
DEVELOPING CULTURES: DEBATES OVER EDUCATION IN FRENCH WEST AFRICA, 1930-1950
Isabelle Genest, Ph.D. in French Studies, 2001
INTELLECTUELS ET DECADENCE DURANT LA BELLE EPOQUE : LE CAS D’OCTAVE MIRBEAU ET PAUL ADAM
Catherine Gillot, Ph.D. in French Studies, 1998
LA FRANCE AU MIROIR DE L'AMERIQUE DANS LES ANNEES 1920 (MORAND, DUHAMEL)
Jonathan Gosnell, Ph.D. in French Studies, 1998
THE POLITICS OF FRENCHNESS IN COLONIAL ALGERIA, 1930-1954
Scott Gunther, Ph.D. in French Studies, 2001
THE ELASTIC CLOSET: LEGAL CENSURE AND AUTO-CENSURE OF HOMOSEXUALITY IN FRANCE
Sheila Hallsted-Baumert, Ph.D. in French Studies and History, 1999
THE METROPOLITAIN: TECHNOLOGY, SPACE AND THE CREATION OF URBAN IDENTITIES IN FIN-DE-SIECLE-FRANCE
John Hogge, Ph. D. in French Studies and History, 1995
ARBITRAGE, SECURITE, DESARMEMENT: FRENCH SECURITY AND THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS, 1920-1925
Janet Horne, Ph.D. in French Studies, 1992
REPUBLICAN SOCIAL REFORM IN FRANCE: THE CASE OF THE MUSEE SOCIAL, 1894-1914
Josh Humphreys, Ph.D. in French Studies and History, 2005
SERVANTS OF SOCIAL PROGRESS: DEMOCRACY, CAPITALISM AND SOCIAL REFORM IN FRANCE, 1914-1940
Mark Ingram, Ph.D. in French Studies and Anthropology, 1996
PERFORMING CULTURE: A FRENCH 'POPULAR THEATRE' TROUPE IN LOCAL, NATIONAL, AND EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE
Jelena Karanovic, Ph.D. in French Studies and Anthropology, 2008
SHARING PUBLICS: DEMOCRACY, COOPERATION, AND FREE SOFTWARE ADVOCACY IN FRANCE
Kathryn Kleppinger, Ph.D. in French Studies and French, 2011
WHY THE BEUR NOVEL? WRITERS AND JOURNALISTS INTERACT TO CONSTRUCT A NEW FRENCH VOICE
Helen Laurendeau-Johnson, Ph.D. in French Studies and Sociology, 1995
FRENCH NEWS MAGAZINES IN AMERICA1974-1984: INFLUENCE OF POLITICAL IDEOLOGY
Mary Dewhurst Lewis, Ph.D. in French Studies and History, 2000
THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS: IMMIGRATION AND CITIZENSHIP IN INTERWAR LYON AND MARSEILLE
Gerarde Magloire, Ph.D. in Philosophy, 2005
AMBASSADORS AT DAWN: HAITIAN THINKERS IN THE FRENCH COLONIAL CONTEXT OF THE 19TH AND 20TH CENTURIES: THE EXAMPLE OF JEAN PRICE-MARS 1876-1969
Lisa Maguire, Ph.D. in French Studies and History, 2003
CONTINGENT OBLIGATIONS: SOCIETE GENERALE AND THE FRENCH STATE 1945-1981
Amy G. Mazur, Ph.D. in French Studies and Politics, 1992
POLICY FORMATION AND THE STATE IN FRANCE: EQUAL EMPLOYMENT LEGISLATION FOR WOMEN, 1965-1988
Julia Miller, Ph.D. in French Studies and History, 2000
THE 'ROMANCE OF REGULATION': THE MOVEMENT AGAINST STATE-REGULATED PROSTITUTION IN FRANCE, 1871-1946
Philip Nwankwo, Ph.D. in French Studies, 1988
FRANCO-AFRICAN RELATIONS: THE CASE OF CAMEROON IN THE POSTCOLONIAL PERIOD, 1960-1985
Katherine Opello, Ph.D. in French Studies and Politics, 2002
IDEAS AND ELECTIONS: EXPLAINING THE TIMING AND NATURE OF THE FRENCH SOCIALIST PARTY’S GENDER-BASED QUOTA
Shanny Peer, Ph.D. in French Studies, 1992
MODERN REPRESENTATIONS OF TRADITION IN THE 1937 PARIS INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION: REGIONS, PEASANTS, AND FOLKLORE
Georgiana Perlea, Ph.D. in French Studies and French, 2012
QUARANTE-HUITARDS DU XXe SIÉCLE. LE MARXISME DISSIDENT DE SOCIALISME OU BARBARIE ET ARGUMENTS 1953-1962
Arthur Plaza, Ph.D. in Philosophy, 2008
FROM CHRISTIAN MILITANTS TO REPUBLICAN RENOVATORS: THE THIRD RALLIEMENT OF CATHOLICS IN POSTWAR FRANCE 1944-1965
Stephanie Ponsavady, Ph.D. in French Studies and French, 2012
MOTEURS DE MÉCONTENTEMENT ET DE DÉSIR: AUTOMOBILES ET ROUTES EN INDOCHINE COLONIALE (1898-1939)
William Poulin-Deltour, Ph.D. in French Studies, 2002
LE GAI PARIS GAY? MAKING SENSE OFAMERICAN INFLUENCE ON FRENCH GAY ACTIVISM
Nicole Rudolph, Ph.D. in French Studies and History, 2005
AT HOME IN POSTWAR FRANCE: THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF DOMESTIC SPACE, 1945-1975
John Savage, Ph.D. in French Studies and History, 1999
ADVOCATES OF THE REPUBLIC: THE PARIS BAR AND LEGAL CULTURE IN EARLY THIRD REPUBLIC FRANCE, 1870-1914
Paula Schwartz, Ph.D. in French Studies and History, 1998
WOMEN, RESISTENCE AND COMMUNISM IN FRANCE 1939-1945
Willa Silverman, Ph.D., 1988
GYP: RIGHT-WING ANARCHIST AT THE FIN DU SIECLE
Susan J. Terrio, Ph.D. in French Studies and Anthropology, 1994
HANDMADE IN FRANCE: DISCOURSES OF SKILL, TRADITION, AND AUTHENTICITY AMONG CONTEMPORARYARTISANAL CHOCOLATIERS
Christopher Thompson, Ph.D. in French Studies and History, 1997
THE THIRD REPUBLIC ON WHEELS: A SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND POLITICAL HISTORY OF BICYCLING IN FRANCE FROM THE 19TH CENTURY TO WORLD WAR II.
Robert Turnbull, Ph.D. in French Studies, 1988
FRENCH REFORMED PROTESTANTISM: THE PROBLEMS OF SOCIAL INTEGRATION, DOCTRINAL CRISES, AND INSTITUTIONAL IDENTITY
Sylvie Waskiewicz, Ph.D. in French Studies, 2003
NEGOTIATION CULTURE: AMERICAN FILMS IN POSTWAR FRANCE, 1945-1954
John Edward Westbrook, Ph.D. in French Studies, 2001
REINVENTIONS OF THE LITERARY AVANT-GARDE IN INTERWAR FRANCE: DOCUMENTS BETWEEN SURREALISM AND ETHNOGRAPHY