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  • Department of French and Romance Philology
    2010 Claude Lévi Strauss L Homme au regard éloigné Paris Gallimard Découvertes 2009 co authored with Frédéric Keck Nadja d André Breton Profil d une œuvre Paris Hatier 2002 Critical edition Critical edition of Tristes tropiques in Claude Lévi Strauss Œuvre s Paris Gallimard Bibliothèque de la Pléiade 2008 Preface of Claude Lévi Strauss Œuvres Paris Gallimard Bibliothèque de la Pléiade 2008 p IX XLII Edited volumes Phil Watts Le Cinéma de Roland Barthes Saint Vincent de Mercuze De L Incidence éditeur 2015 co edited with Dudley Andrew Yves Citton and Sam di Iorio Special issue of the Romanic Review Tribute to Philip Watts n 105 1 2 2014 co edited with Joe Golsan L Histoire littéraire des écrivains Paris PUPS 2013 co editor with Jean Louis Jeannelle Marielle Macé and Michel Murat Special issue of the Romanic Review Literary Histories of Literatures n 100 Spring 2009 co editor with Antoine Compagnon Book chapters and articles Barthes au révélateur du cinéma Critique 822 November 2015 875 879 L Afrique fantôme ou la bifurcation Critique 815 April 2015 260 275 Les écrivains contre l ethnologie Ethnographie ethnologie et littérature d Afrique et des Antilles 1921 1948 Romanic Review 104 3 4 2013 353 374 A Case of Cultural Misunderstanding French anthropology in a comparative perspective Cultural Anthropology Vol 28 Issue 4 2013 647 669 Un anthropologue et sa boîte noire L essai d ego histoire de George Stocking Critique 793 794 2013 556 573 La littérature indigène d expression française une histoire pré postcoloniale in Vincent Debaene Jean Louis Jeannelle Marielle Macé and Michel Murat sous la direction de L Histoire littéraire des écrivains PUPS 2013 279 304 Lévi Strauss what legacy Yale French Studies 123 2013 14 40 Claude Lévi Strauss aujourd hui extended version of the above Europe 1005

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  • Department of French and Romance Philology
    instruction in the Department and she is in charge of the pedagogical training of new teaching fellows She held a similar position at Princeton University before she joined the Columbia faculty in 2001 She has also taught at Université de Reims Cornell University and King s College London A former fellow of the Ecole normale supérieure de Fontenay 1978 83 she took her BA 1979 MA 1980 and Ph D

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/french/department/fac_bios/hubert-leibler.htm (2016-02-12)
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  • Department of French and Romance Philology
    A specialist of twentieth century French literature and film he published on numerous subjects in this area His first book Allegories of the Purge How Literature Responded to the Postwar Trials of Writers and Intellectuals in France Stanford University Press 1999 was awarded the Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize He then continued to study how literature and film participate in democratic formations and he published articles on Jean Genet Jacques Rancière Roland Barthes and film Jacques Rivette and the Cold War and the films of Jean Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet With Gabriel Rockhill he co edited Jacques Rancière History Politics Aesthetics Duke University press 2009 and with Joe Golsan an issue of Yale French Studies entitled Literature and History Around Suite Française and Les Bienveillantes Yale University Press 2012 At the time of his death Phil Watts was working on two different projects The first one Remnants of Tragedy focused on the persistence of archaic forms in postwar French literature and film part of this was published in the Yale French Studies 121 2012 The second one Roland Barthes s Cinema will be published in 2015 by a group of colleagues and friends based on the manuscript he left It will include an interview with Jacques Rancière and will be published in English by Oxford University Press and in French by the Editions de l Incidence In addition to his book on Roland Barthes a special double issue of the Romanic Review 105 1 2 has been published in tribute to Phil Watts s work Books and edited volumes Le Cinéma de Roland Barthes Saint Vincent de Mercuze De L Incidence éditeur 2015 Literature and History Around Suite Française and Les Bienveillantes Yale French studies 121 2012 co edited with Joe Golsan Jacques Rancière History Politics Aesthetics Duke University

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  • Department of French and Romance Philology
    Press with a translation by Arthur Goldhammer Claude Le vi Strauss l homme au regard e loigne We are pleased to announce the Turkish language translation of Professor Vincent Debaene s book Claude Le vi Strauss l homme au regard e loigne co authored with Frédéric Keck Lesbianismo en Proust We are pleased to announce the Spanish language translation of Professor Elisabeth Ladenson s book Proust s Lesbianism Bergson postcolonial L élan vital dans la pensée de Léopold Sédar Senghor et de Mohamed Iqbal CNRS EDITIONS 2011 Bergson postcolonial Souleymane Bachir Diagne is a study of the importance of the philosopher Henri Bergson in the thought of Léopold Sédar Senghor and Mohamed Iqbal Senghor and Iqbal both played a fundamental role in the independence of their nations and both found in Bergson s theories a support for their own thought For Iqbal Bergson s thought served in the reconstruction of the religious philosophy of Islam while for Senghor Bergson s theories of the élan vital helped in the development of an African becoming Trading Places Colonization and Slavery in Eighteenth Century French Culture Ithaca Cornell University Press 2010 In Trading Places Professor Madeleine Dobie explores the place of the colonial world in the culture of the French Enlightenment She shows that until a turning point in the late 1760s questions of colonization and slavery occupied a very marginal position in literature philosophy and material and visual culture In an exploration of the causes and modalities of this silence Dobie traces the displacement of colonial questions onto two more familiar and less ethically challenging aspects of Enlightenment thought exoticization of the Orient and fascination with indigenous Amerindian cultures L Adieu au voyage L ethnologie française entre science et littérature Gallimard Bibliothèque des sciences humaines 2010 In L Adieu au voyage just

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  • Department of French and Romance Philology
    on March 27 Professor Antoine Compagnon is featured in Télérama magazine Proust Reread Proust Relu Du côté de chez Swann at 100 On October 4th and 5th renowned international scholars and writers addressed the questions of why and how Proust has been read reread translated and interpreted in different contexts over the past hundred years conference program The proceedings will be published in a special issue of the Romanic Review Professor Compagnon s Un été avec Montaigne among the best sellers in France this summer La Classe de Rhéto thirty seven years later Professor Compagnon returns to the novel in conversation with Libération s readers and an interview on France Culture Congratulations to alumnus Paul LeClerc PhD French on his nomination to the position of Director of Columbia s Europe Global Center in Paris President Bollinger s announcement University News We congratulate all our graduates on their recent job placement accomplishments in this very difficult job market Listen to France Culture interview with Professor Diagne We are delighted to announce that Professor Saada received the Columbia Distinguished Faculty Award established by alumnus and Trustee Gerry Lenfest The prize recognizes Emmanuelle s outstanding teaching and her wide ranging and innovative interdisciplinary research Congratulations to Professor Compagnon who received the very prestigious Prix Claude Lévi Strauss The prize is given by the Ministre de l Enseignement supérieur et de la Recherche with the goal of recognizing the entire work of a scholar in the field of the Humanities or the Social Sciences Allocution d Antoine Compagnon Congratulations Pascale Hubert Leibler has been honored by the Embassy of France having been made Chevalier de l Ordre des Palmes Académiques for her outstanding work at Columbia and beyond Congratulations to Professor Debaene whose book L Adieu au voyage Gallimard 2010 has been awarded the

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  • Department of French and Romance Philology
    reference and research purposes only COLUMBIA AND THE DEPARTMENT MAKE NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WITH RESPECT TO THE DOCUMENT OR ANY PART THEREOF INCLUDING ANY WARRANTIES OF TITLE NONINFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT OR PATENT RIGHTS OF OTHERS MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS OR SUITABILITY FOR ANY PURPOSE Distribution of the unaltered document by not for profit research or educational institutions for their local use is permitted as long as this

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  • Department of French and Romance Philology
    December 15 6 00 PM 7 30 PM East Gallery Buell Hall Lecture The Fundamental Contradictions of the Contemporary World For further event information please visit the Maison Française of Columbia University which hosts a variety of cultural and academic events The Maison is an integral part of the life of the Department and is the oldest French cultural center established on an American campus The Department of French and

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  • Department of French and Romance Philology
    French 10 to 15 pages GRE scores All international students whose native language is not English or whose undergraduate degree is from an institution in a country whose official language is not English must submit scores of the Test of English as a Foreign Language TOEFL or IELTS Degree Requirements Free standing M A in French New York M A in French Cultural Studies Reid Hall Paris The M A in French Cultural studies is offered through Reid Hall Columbia s Paris campus It focuses on the contemporary civilization of France and the French speaking world For admissions information click here M A in History and Literature Reid Hall Paris The M A in History and Literature is offered through Reid Hall Columbia s Paris campus It trains students in historical approaches to the study of literature and in the interpretation of texts for the study of history The degree is taught in cooperation with EHESS and ENS For admissions information click here Ph D in French sequential Application Requirements High proficiency in reading writing and speaking of French and English is expected as well as a general knowledge of French literature In addition to the Graduate School s requirements all students must submit the following Statement of Academic Purpose 3 letters of evaluation from academic sources CV or résumé 2 writing samples one in English and one in French 10 to 15 pages GRE scores All international students whose native language is not English or whose undergraduate degree is from an institution in a country whose official language is not English must submit scores of the Test of English as a Foreign Language TOEFL or IELTS Degree Requirements Ph D in French sequential Ph D in French and Romance Philology with a concentration in Comparative Literature and Society sequential

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