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Graduate Students


Sophie Capmartin

Sophie Capmartin
Ph.D. Candidate (ABD)
M.A., University of New Orleans
B.A., M.A., Université Michel de Montaigne Bordeaux III

Research Interests: Early Modern Period, 17th/18th century French literature, Performance studies, Early Modern visual culture, history of the body and emotions, theories of surveillance

Email: scapmart@tulane.edu
Office: NH428
On fellowship, by appointment only




Tamara Caudill

Tamara Bentley Caudill
Ph.D. Candidate (ABD)
M.A., University of Kentucky
B.A., Transylvania University

Research Interests: Medieval literature, short narrative genres (lais, fables, fabliaux), the French of England, manuscript studies, orality/literacy,  performance studies,  reception theory, foreign language pedagogy

Email: tcaudill@tulane.edu
Office: NH428
On fellowship, by appointment only




Adèle Cenier

Adèle Cenier
Ph.D. Student, Graduate Teaching Assistant
M.A., Tulane University
 B.A., Université François Rabelais de Tours

Research Interests: 18th and 19th century literature, libertine and erotic literature, discourses on gender and the body, performance studies, feminism, narratives of madness, translation studies

Email: acenier@tulane.edu
Office: NH426
Hours: M 2-3, R 11-12, and by appointment




Aliyah Cole

Aliyah Cole
Ph.D. Candidate (ABD)
M.A., Tulane University
B.A., Wilson College

Research Interests: Identity and sexuality in the work of francophone women authors, especially from the Caribbean

Email: ajohns5@tulane.edu



Casey Czajka

Casey Czajka
Ph.D. Candidate (ABD)
J.D. Candidate, Loyola University
M.A., Tulane University
B.A., College of William and Mary

Research Interests: The politics of death and mourning in the francophone world; the last will and testament in early 19th-century New Orleans; freedom and restrictions on the freedom of people of color in early 19th-century New Orleans; medieval law and literature; and outlaws in literature.

Email: cczajka@tulane.edu



Leslie Dingeldein

Leslie Dingeldein
Ph.D. Student, Graduate Teaching Assistant
M.A., University of Louisville
B.A., University of Louisville

Research Interests: Medieval fashion, textiles and accessories, clothing, style, hair, and the body in French literature, sexuality and gender

Email: ldingeld@tulane.edu
Office:
Hours: T 12:30-1:30, F 11-12


Annie Doucet

Annie Doucet
Ph.D. Candidate (ABD), Graduate Teaching Assistant
M.A., Tulane University
B.A., Southeastern Louisiana University

Research Interests: Medieval literature, dialects of medieval French, religion, and art history

Email: adoucet@tulane.edu
Office:
Hours: MT 12-2


Heather Frost

Heather Frost
Ph.D. Candidate (ABD)
M.A., Tulane University
B.A., Notre Dame University

Research Interests: Language and identity in Haiti, Francophone literature, Haitian & Caribbean studies, Sociolinguistics, Medieval literature

Email: hfrost1@tulane.edu



Emily Hathaway

Emily Hathaway
Ph.D. Student, Graduate Teaching Assistant
B.A., Sarah Lawrence College

Research Interests: Francophone Literature, Creole Identities, 20th Century Literature

Email: ehathawa@tulane.edu
Office:
Hours: T 11-12, W 2-3


Nicole Horne

Nicole Horne
Ph.D. Student
M.A., Tulane University
B.A., Louisiana State University

Research Interests: Francophone, migrant and diasporic literatures, modernity studies, cultural imaging between France and the Islamic world, Orientalism/Occidentalism

Email: nhorne@tulane.edu
Office: NH438
At ENS-Paris, Fall 2016


Ryan Joyce

Ryan Joyce
Ph.D. Student, Graduate Teaching Assistant
M.A., Tulane University
B.A., Binghamton University (State University of New York)

Research Interests: Francophone Caribbean texts and theory, 20th and 21st century French and Francophone literature, French Colonial and Atlantic History, art and literature of Haiti, Gender and Sexuality, cultural studies

Email: rjoyce1@tulane.edu
Office: NH438
Hours: T 12-1:30, W 2-3


Erika Mandarino

Erika Mandarino
Ph.D. Student, Graduate Teaching Assistant
B.A., M.A., University of Guelph

Research Interests: 17th-19th century French literature, le roman scientifique, le récit fantastique, didactic and heuristic qualities of the scientific novel, science in literature

Email: emandari@tulane.edu
Office: NH436
Hours: T 2-3, W 1:30-2:30


J. Natalie Schmitz

J. Natalie Schmitz
Ph.D. Student, Graduate Teaching Assistant

Email: jschmit@tulane.edu
Office:
Hours: T 11-12, W 4-5, R 12-1:30


Carole Trévise

Carole Trévise
Ph.D. Candidate (ABD)
M.A., University of New Orleans
M.A., Université de La Sorbonne Nouvelle
CAPES, Université de Strasbourg
B.A., Université de Reims

Research Interests: 19th century novel (Balzac, Barbey d'Aurevilly, Zola), literature and anthropology of the religious phenomenon, the Sacred in literature (motifs, relic and legacy), sacrifices and literature (Medea, the eaten heart, Naturalism)

Email: ctrevise@tulane.edu
Office: NH B-12
Hours:  By appointment






Exchange Students


Emile Bouchez

Emile Bouchez
Visiting Student
Ecole Normale Supérieure - Paris VII

Email: ebouchez@tulane.edu
Office: NH442
Hours: T 3-4, W 10:30-11:30
 



Ambre Mascoli

Ambre Mascoli
Visiting Student
Université Paris VII

Email: amascoli@tulane.edu
 


Nathyfa Michel

Nathyfa Michel
Visiting Student
Université Paris IV

Email: nmichel@tulane.edu
Office: NH434
Hours: M 3:30-4:30, R 10-11


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