Poetry, Creative Writing, Contemporary Art, Queer Cultures, Medicine, Psychiatry, Cultural Anthropology.
Media Studies, Visual Arts, Gender & Sexuality Studies.
John M. Deutch Institute Professor
Politics & Globalization, Political Economy (France & Italy), Europe.
Associate Professor of
History & French Studies
Cultural History of Modern Europe & France, Photography, Paris.
Ann F. Friedlaender Professor Emerita in the Humanities
French & Comparative Literature, Women Writers, Bilingualism.
Lecturer in French
Co-Director MIT Belgium
Multiculturalism & Cross-Cultural Communication, Bilingualism, Belgium.
Senior Lecturer in French
Language & Identity; Language Learning in Immersion Settings; Instructional Technology
Professor of Literature
Travel, Renaissance & Early Modern Literature, Europe & the New World, Québec.
Associate Professor of History
Slavery and Abolition, Haiti, France, Legal History, American Criminal Justice.
Affiliate Professor. M. Taylor Pyne Emerita Professor of French. Princeton University
European Enlightenment, French Literature, Science Fiction & Science, Cultural History.
Associate Professor of Medical Anthropology & Urban Studies
Haiti, Humanitarian Assistance, Violence, Haitian Diaspora, Charity.
Associate Professor of Anthropology
Linguistic & Cultural Anthropology. Popular Culture. Metropolitan and Colonial France. Québec.
Part-time Lecturer in French
French film & Visual Culture, Reception of Japanese Cinema in France, Francophone Comic Books
Cynthia. L Reed Professor of French Studies. Director, Center of Excellence.
Social & Political Theory, Minority Politics in France & the US, Adoption and Bioethics, Queer Studies, French Literature.
Professor Emeritus of History
Old Regime & Revolutionary France, European Cultural & Intellectual History, Comédie Française.
Lecturer in French
Second Language Pedagogy; 16th- & 17th-Century Literature, M. de Roberval & Canadian History, Women Writers.
Part-Time Lecturer in French
French Prose Fiction, 20th-Century French & Francophone Cinema, Literary Theory, Semiology & Linguistics
Affiliate Professor. Professor Emeritus, French, Francophone & African Cultural Studies.
University of Wisconsin-Madison
French & Francophone Literatures of Africa & the Caribbean, Francophone African Cinema, African Cultural Studies.
Class of 1943 Career Development Associate Professor of Political Science
Political Theory, Bureaucracy, Architecture & Politics, 20th-century European Political Thought.
John E. Burchard Professor Emeritus of the Humanities
French Theater & Film, Cultural Critique, Star Studies, Gender Studies, Comparative Media Studies.