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Bernadette C. Lintz

Associate Professor of Romance Languages and Literature

DUEL, License ès Lettres Modernes, Maitrise d'Anglais Université de Strasbourg
M.A., Ph.D. Rice University

Office: 207A Lawrence
Phone: 315-228-7287
Email: blintz@mail.colgate.edu

Previous Posts: University of Indiana, University of Houston, Rice University, University of Michigan-Dearborn

Professional and Administrative Activities: Acting Chair of the Department of Romance Languages, Fall 1995; Director, Dijon Study Group, Spring 2000, 1994, 1989, 1986; Editorial Board, Studies on Lucette Desvignes and the Twentieth Century; Synthesis: An Interdisciplinary Journal; Referee, Nineteenth-Century French Studies

Teaching Specialties: 19th-Century French literature, French theater, the novel, French literature in translation

Courses Taught:French 101-102: Elementary French; French 201: Intermediate Conversation and Reading; French 301: Advanced Grammar and Composition; French 440: Contemporary French Civilization; French 200Y: Topics in French Culture: The French Educational System; French 352: The Enlightenment, Romanticism, Realism, and Naturalism: An Introduction; French Literature in Translation; French 451: The Baroque, Classic,and Romantic Theater in France; French 470: Seventeenth-Century French Literature; French 463: The French Novel in the Romantic Period; French 464: The Realist and Naturalist Novel; French 480: Major French Authors; CORE 152: The Challenge of Modernity; First-Year Seminar: Fictions of the Modern Subject: The Postrevolutionary French Novel; First-Year Seminar: The Female Protagonist in French Fiction

Research Interests: Victor Hugo, Dumas fils, Emile Zola, Romanticism and Naturalism, Literature and History, Intertextuality

Publications: Victor Hugo: Oeuvres et critique (1981-1983), coauthor (Minard, 1992); The French Novel from Lafayette to Desvignes, coeditor (New Paradigm Press, 1995); "Nana: le savoir de l'alcove" in The French Novel from Lafayette to Desvignes (New Paradigm Press, 1995); contributions to Critical Bibliography of French Literature: The XIX Century (Syracuse University Press, 1991); articles in Analecta Husserliana, The French Review, Nineteenth-Century French Studies, Symposium, Travaux de Littérature, Excavatio; reviews in L'Esprit Créateur, Nineteenth-Century French Studies

Distinctions: Senior Picker Research Fellowship, Colgate University, Fall 1990; American Council of Learned Societies Travel Grant, Summer 1985.

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