Ph.D. Brown University, 1994 / Curriculum Vitae
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Critical Theory, Queer Theory, Philosophy, History and Theory of Poetry, Medieval and Early Modern French Literature
Madeleine de l'Aubespine. Selected Poems and Translations: A Bilingual Edition. (University of Chicago Press, Other Voices in Early Modern Europe Series. General eds. Albert Rabil and Margaret King, 2007)
Queer Love in the Middle Ages.The New Middle Ages Series. (New York: Palgrave Macmillian. General ed. Bonnie Wheeler, 2005).
" The post-human condition: Subject modes in the poetry of Madeleine de l'Aubespine (1546-96)," for the first issue of postmedieval: a journal of medieval cultural studies entitled "When did we become post/human?," General editors Eileen Joy and Myra Seaman, issue editors Eileen Joy and Craig Dionne. postmedieval 1:1/2 (2010), 88-98.
"Between Angela and Actaeon: Dislocation" With Nicola Masciandaro. L'Esprit Créateur 50:1 (2010), 91-105, special issue on "Sanctity," ed. Cary Howie. Other authors in the issue are: Virginia Burrus, Karmen MacKendrick, Marion Vuagnoux-Uhlig, Michael Meere, Emma Campbell, William Burgwinkle, and Shanna Carlson.
"Beyond the Sphere: A Dialogic Commentary on the Ultimate Sonneto of Dante's Vita Nuova." With Nicola Masciandaro. Glossator 1 (Fall 2009): 47-80.
"Le relativisme face au terrorisme" in Actes du Colleque «Penser la Terreur», ed. Bruno Chaouat (Colloque de Ceresy 2006). Dijon: Eidtions Universitaires de Dijon, 2009: 191-203.
"The Eastern Western: Camp as A Response to Cultural Failure in The Conqueror," in Queer Movie Medievalisms, ed. Kathleen Coyne Kelly and Tison Pugh. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009: 97-114.
"Civilizing Subjects, Or Not: Montaigne's Guide to Modernity, Agamben's Exception, and Human Rights After Derrida,: With Bryan Reynolds, in Bryan Reynolds', Transversal Subjects: From Montaigne to Deleuze After Derrida. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009: 203-261.
“Erotica and Women in Early Modern France: Madeleine de l’Aubespine’s Queer Poems.” Journal of the History of Sexuality 17:2 (2008): 190-215.
“Madeleine de l’Aubespine: Life, Works, and Auto-Mythography; An Exchange with Ronsard, ca. 1570-80.” French Forum 32:1-2 (2007): 19-38.
Homoaffectivity entry in The Encyclopedia of Sex and Gender, ed. Fedwa Malti-Douglas, New York: Macmillan, 2007.
“Arthur and Love,” Arthuriana 17:4 (2007), 106-108 (published in the proceedings of the “Round Table of the MLA Arthurian Discussion Group 2005,” ed. by Kathleen Coyne Kelly).
For a complete listing of her articles, consult her curriculum vitea located in the education and background area above.
Works In Progress:
Madeleine de l'Aubespine. Book manuscript in progress (in English). Projected completion of the manuscript: 2011.
Madeleine de l’Aubespine. Oeuvres poétiques. Critical scholarly edition (in French) in progress for: Paris: Honoré Champion Editeur. Projected completion of manuscript: 2012.
Premodern Subjects. Book manuscript in progress. Projected completion of the manuscript: 2013.
"Medieval Barbie Dolls: Femme Figures in Ascetic Collections," in The Lesbian Premodern, ed. Noreen Giffney, Michelle M. Sauer and Diane Watt. London: Plagrave Macmillan, Forthcoming.
"Trouble in the Global Village: A Snapshop of LGBT Community in Eastern Europe," In Transnational Feminisms, ed. Clara Roman-Odio and Marta Sierra. London: Palgrave Macmillan, Forthcoming.
"The Question of the Question in Perceval and Beckett" With Dan Remein. In Fragments for a History of a Vanishing Humanism, Eds. Eileen A. Joy, Betsy McCormick, and Myra J. Seaman. Columbus: Ohio University Press, Forthcoming.