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Hélène M. Julien

Associate Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures

Ecole Normale Supérieure (Classics)
Maîtrise, D.E.A. Université de Paris IV-Sorbonne (Classics, Art History, Comparative Literature)
M.A., Ph.D. Princeton University (Romance Languages)

Office: 213 Lawrence
Phone: 315-228-7664
Email: hmjulien@mail.colgate.edu
           hmjulien@yahoo.com

Courses Taught: Twentieth-century French Literature I and II (FREN 465 and 466); Twentieth-century French Autobiograhpy (FREN 454); French Cinema (FREN 489); The Modern Period: An Introduction (FREN 353); Intermediate French (FREN 201); Director of the Dijon Study Group (1999).

Primary Areas of Expertise: 20th-century French literature, first person narratives (autobiography, diary, memoirs); poetry; women's studies, European intellectual history.

Publications: "Le roman de Karin et Paul": le journal de Catherine Pozzi et les Cahiers de Paul Valéry, (L'Harmattan, Paris); "Christiane Rochefort:  une vie de femme, revue et corrigée" (Dalhousie French Studies, forthcoming); "Voyage, référentialité et la question des origines dans L'immoraliste et La modification", in Origins and Identities; "Catherine Pozzi: parcours poétique, parcours de l'initiation", Romanic Review; "Catherine Pozzi", entry for the Feminist Companion to French Literature; "L'Orphée meurtrier des Cahiers", Bulletin des Études Valéryennes; "Les Cahiers de Valéry 1920-1928: questions de genre et de statut," Rocky Mountain Review; "1920; une année de réflexion poétique dans les Cahiers," in Paul Valéry: Vers anciens et poétique des Cahiers.

Distinctions:  Nominated for the International Who's Who of Professional and Business Women (1999); Nominated for the Professor of the Year Award, Arizona State University (1996); Nominated by the Student Affairs Board for the Commitment and Recognition Report, Arizona State University (1995 and 1996); McMahon Grant, Princeton University (1991); Fulton-McMahon Grant, Princeton University (1989); Armstrong Fellowship, Princeton University (1988-1992); French Government Scholarship, Ecole Normale Supérieure (1984-1989).

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