Graduate French programs offer opportunities for advanced study in the language and literatures of France and Québec, as well as in African and Caribbean literatures in French.


Faculty Members

Name Research Interests
Boccassini, Daniela Italian Verbal and visual arts, mediterranean cultural exchanges
Castonguay-Belanger, Joel The Enlightenment and the French Revolution, History of the book and print culture, Science and literature, Québec literature and culture
Frelick, Nancy 16th century literature, theory &criticism, genre studies, women's writing &gender studies, early modern medicine
Gelinas-Lemaire, Vincent Arts, Literature and Subjectivity, French Literature (1945 to the present), Québec and French-Canadian Literature and Culture, Comparative Literature, Spatial Poetics, Visual Culture, Creative Writing
Godfrey, Sima
Laroussi, Farid
Moran, Patrick Arts, Literature and Subjectivity, History of Major Eras, Great Civilisations or Geographical Corpuses, Popular Cultures Produced and Broadcasted by Media, Medieval French Literature, Reader-Response Theory, Genre Theory, Narrative Theory, Material Philology, Comparative Medieval Literature, Arthurian Romance, Science Fiction and Fantasy, Interactive Fiction, Cognitive Poetics, Medieval Narrative Literature, Old French, Medievalism
Rocheleau, Alain-Michel French cinema; French and Quebecois theatre; Anglican Church and Roman Catholic Tradition
Rouget, Christine
Testa, Carlo
Zhang, Gaoheng Intercultural and Ethnic Relationships, Cultural Exchanges, Migrations, Populations, Cultural Exchanges, Media and Society, Media Ethics, Media and Democratization, Migration Studies, Mobility Studies, Postcolonial Studies, Gender and Masculinity Studies, Race Theory, Film and Media Studies, Rhetoric and Communication Studies, Cultural Theory, Italian-Chinese relations, Italy's global networks, Modern and contemporary Italian literature and culture