• Graduate Student

PH.D. Program

  • Graduate Student

PH.D. Program

Graduate Student Information


Graduates of our program since 2005 have gone on to full-time positions at the following institutions: Azusa Pacific University; Centre College; Haverford College; Harvard University; Missouri Southern State University; Rice University; Southwestern University; SUNY Brockport; University of Colorado, Boulder; University of Hawai'i; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; University of Miami; University of Mississippi, Oxford; West Point. For more alumni placement data, click here.

Recent Ph.D. Dissertations

August 2016

Eliza Smith
Literary Slumming: Argot and Fiction in Nineteenth-Century French Culture
Co-Directors: Dominique Jullien and Catherine Nesci
June 2016
S.C. Kaplan
Transmission of Knowledge to and between Women in 15th-Century France: Agnes de Bourgogne's Education and Library
Director: Cynthia Brown
May 2014
Anneliese Pollock
Woman Transformed: Images of Women in French Vernacular Translations at the Dawn of the Renaissance
Director: Cynthia Brown
June 2012

Aurelie Chevant
Not My Father’s Tongue: Traditions, Mediations, and Conflicts in the Vietnamese Contemporary Novel in French
Co-Directors: Professors Catherine Nesci & Eric Prieto

Karen Turman
The Marginality Behind the Marginality: Gypsies and Jazz Dancers in Bohemian Paris
Director: Professor Dominique Jullien

December 2012

Katy Adair Corbin
Séverine, Colette, Andrée Viollis: Three Women Writers and the Daily Press in Third-Republic France
Director: Professor Catherine Nesci

August 2012

Michelle Kendall
Staged Identity: Martinican and Guadeloupian Theatre
Director: Professor Eric Prieto

March 2012

Christophe Corbin
Fiction and Ordinary Heroes in the Service of the Nation. A Cultural History of the French Resistance
Director: Professor Dominique Jullien

September 2011

Art Kölzow
Equality and Liberty in the Materialist Moral Philosophy of the French Enlightenment
Director: Professor Anne Maurseth

August 2011

Claudio dell'Oca
Les enjeux des rencontres performatives dans les représentations des banlieues: Du détournement à la contamination des genres
Director: Professor Eric Prieto

Julien Guillemet
Jeux de hasard et libertinage
Director: Professor Ronald W. Tobin

July 2011

Maryam Emami
Écriture d'exilées. Reconstructions identitaires et témoignages à travers la langue seconde et l'image visuelle
Director: Professor Catherine Nesci