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  • Professor Rosalind Krauss receives lifetime achievement award from CCA - Department of Art History and Archaeology - Columbia University
    Graduate MA in Art History MA in Modern Art MODA Dual Master s Degree The PhD Program Current PhD Students Classical Studies Planning Sheets Forms Summer Programs Resources Media Center Wallach Art Gallery Archaeology at Columbia Renaissance Consortium Events Calendar of Events Forums Special Series Department News Archive Professor Rosalind Krauss receives lifetime achievement award from CCA Distinguished Lifetime Achievement Award for Writing on Art Rosalind E Krauss Department News

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/arthistory/news/krauss-lifetime-achievement.html (2016-02-12)
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  • New Faculty Fall 2016 - Department of Art History and Archaeology - Columbia University
    Art Gallery Archaeology at Columbia Renaissance Consortium Events Calendar of Events Forums Special Series Department News Archive Announcement Meredith Gamer and Michael J Waters will join the faculty in Fall 2016 Meredith Gamer will be joining the department as Assistant Professor of European Art 1700 1900 Dr Gamer earned her PhD from Yale with a dissertation on eighteenth century British art though her expertise extends to the broader Atlantic and British colonial worlds She has already co curated the major exhibition Figures of Empire Slavery and Portraiture in Eighteenth Century Atlantic Britain and has worked extensively on the cataloging of Turner drawings at the Tate Britain Michael J Waters will be the department s new Assistant Professor of Renaissance Architectural History Dr Waters received his PhD from the Institute of Fine Arts where he wrote a dissertation on the re use of ancient building fragments and the transmission of architectural knowledge He has published a highly regarded article in the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians on Renaissance architectural engravings He will be an anchor to the rebuilding of Columbia s traditional strength in the history of architecture across all periods Both Dr Gamer and Dr Waters are delaying

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  • Department of French and Romance Philology
    and Stanford respectively Adolphe Cohn was born and educated in Paris he moved to New York as archiviste paléographe from the Ecole des chartes From 1876 to 1884 he was the American correspondent of La République française edited by Gambetta whom he had known in France and whose political views he had adopted He chaired the Department from 1891 until his retirement in 1917 Even though he was a philologist by training Cohn taught literature rather than philology Henry Alfred Todd born in Woodstock Illinois received his B A from Princeton in 1876 and his Ph D from Johns Hopkins in 1885 He was one of the first American trained scholars of French literature and an eminent philologist He founded the Romanic Review in 1910 with the collaboration of his younger colleague Raymond Weeks Ph D Harvard 1897 who had joined the Columbia faculty in 1909 As the emphasis gradually shifted from philology to literature the link between French Spanish and Italian seemed increasingly tenuous and the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures was divided into three sections in 1929 The section of Romance Philology and French then headed by Henri F Muller was later renamed Department of French and

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/french/department/history.htm (2016-02-12)
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  • Department of French and Romance Philology
    2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 The Department of French and Romance Philology Columbia University home events faculty contacts and services admissions graduate undergraduate columbia university maison française romanic

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  • Department of French and Romance Philology
    Francophone literature and post colonial studies Elisabeth Ladenson Professor Nineteenth and Twentieth Century French literature comparative literature cultural history Emmanuelle Saada Associate Professor Director of the Center for French and Francophone Studies Nineteenth and Twentieth Century French Imperialism Legal Cultures History of French Social Thought Joanna Stalnaker Associate Professor Director M A in History and Literature Director M A in Global French Studies Enlightenment literature philosophy and history of ideas French Revolution theater women writers Caroline Weber Associate Professor Barnard College Eighteenth Century French literature and cultural history Eliza Zingesser Assistant Professor Medieval French VISITING FACULTY Etienne Balibar Visiting Professor Moral and political philosophy LECTURERS IN LANGUAGE Vincent Aurora Twentieth Century French literature French language pedagogy Alexandra Borer French language pedagogy Aurélie Chatton Contemporary 20th and 21st C French and Francophone Literature French and Francophone Cinema French Language Pedagogy Pascale Crépon Twentieth Century French and Francophone Theatre Swiss French literature Wesley Gunter 20th century French literature and theory Heidi Holst Knudsen French language pedagogy Pascale Hubert Leibler Senior Lecturer Director French Language Program French language pedagogy translation Eric Matheis French language pedagogy Sophie Queuniet Senior Lecturer French language pedagogy Samuel Skippon Director of Summer Session French language pedagogy Nicolae Virastau

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  • Department of French and Romance Philology
    18th and 19th French historiography early modern moral philosophy Voltaire Montaigne aesthetics hermeneutics philosophy of history Entering Class 2014 Student life FGSA representative current Previous degrees B A in History by the Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro Masters in History by the Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro M A in History and Literature by Columbia University Rose Gardner rg2795 columbia edu Interests 16th and 17th century French literature Entering class 2012 Previous Degrees Master I Sorbonne Paris IV David Isaac Haziza dih2110 columbia edu Entering Class 2014 back to top Diana King dk2302 columbia edu Interests Comparative aesthetics East West China in the French imagination Chinese exile and diaspora literature in a Francophone context Entering Class 2008 Grad Student Life ICLS Graduate Student Committee 2008 2009 Previous Degrees M A in French Cultural Studies Columbia B A in English Swarthmore College Mara Lasky mel2199 columbia edu Interests Mediterranean Mediterranean diaspora studies women writers of the Mediterranean port cities gender and sexuality studies cosmpolitanism Entering class 2012 Grad Student Life French Graduate Students Association 2013 2014 Previous Degrees B A in French and Francophone Studies UCLA Sarah Lazur sjl2126 columbia edu Interests 20th century and contemporary literature in France and Latin America intellectual history modernism and the international left cosmopolitanism Grad Student Life FGSA president 2009 2010 FGSA activities coordinator 2008 2009 FGSA conference co organizer 2009 Entering Class 2007 Previous Degrees M A in French Columbia M A in French Cultural Studies Columbia B A in Comparative Literature UCLA back to top David Macklovitch dnm2001 columbia edu Dissertation Topic Theorizing the Pleasure of Reading in Eighteenth Century France focuses on theoretical writings of the first half of the Eighteenth Century in which reading for pleasure is conceived as an autonomous notion Entering Class 2002 Grad Student Life Modern Salon organizer 2005 2006 Previous Degrees M A in French Literature McGill University B A in French Literature McGill University Tommaso Manfredini tm2538 columbia edu Interests Music poetry and the writing of the oral Entering Class 2012 Previous Degrees Laurea Triennale in Lingue e Letterature Stranierem Universita Ca Foscarim Venezia 2008 Masters 2 Recherche en Lettres Arts et Pensée Contemporaine Université Paris Diderot Paris 7 2010 Elizabeth Marcus ejm2150 columbia edu Interests Middle Eastern and North African Francophone and Arabic literature Mediterranean Studies 19th and 20th century French and francophone literature French colonialism and imperial history Translation Entering Class 2008 Grad Student Life Co coordinator of Modern Salon 2011 2012 FGSA Financial Director 2010 2011 FGSA Conference Coordinator 2011 Previous Degrees M Phil 2012 French and Comparative Literature Columbia University M A 2010 French and Romance Philology Columbia University B A 2008 Joint Honors in Modern History and French University of Oxford Anaïs Maurer amm2378 columbia edu Interests Politics and literature in the French Overseas Departments and Territories Entering Class 2012 Grad Student Life FGSA president 2013 2014 GSAC co representative 2013 2014 Previous Degrees Master 2 in Comparative Literature Paris IV and Tulane University Licence in Comparative

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  • Department of French and Romance Philology
    students take French courses every semester and the Department continues to expand its course offerings to keep up with demand Language classes are capped at twenty students to ensure the best possible learning environment Please access these highlighted links for information regarding the French Language Requirement and the French Language Placement Test Undergraduate Majors The Department offers two undergraduate majors one in French Language and Literature the other in French and Francophone Studies The French Language and Literature major is designed to give students an in depth familiarity with the language culture and literature of France and the French speaking world The French and Francophone Studies major is conceived as an interdisciplinary continuation of Columbia s core course in Contemporary Civilization it seeks to examine key concepts and dichotomies such as universalism vs exceptionalism tradition vs modernity citizenship and national unity from their origin in the French Enlightenment to their present status in France and the French speaking world In addition to the majors offered by the Department of French and Romance Philology via Columbia College prospective students may wish to explore undergraduate studies at Barnard For detailed information on admissions please select one of the following links Columbia College

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  • Department of French and Romance Philology
    culture The members of our faculty teach and work across all the major periods and themes and engage with a wide variety of interdisciplinary approaches The department is a cordial place to pursue graduate studies Students are encouraged to participate in the life of the department during and after their years of graduate study Our placement record is consistently excellent Please see the links on the left for specific program

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