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John Gallucci

John Gallucci

Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures
Romance Languages, 204 Lawrence Hall
p 315-228-7285

Degree

BA Williams College 1977; Licence ès lettres Strasbourg 1979; Maitrise Avignon 1983; MA, PhD Yale University 1982, 1988

Specialties

French Renaissance literature, 17th century French literature

Interests

Seventeenth-Century French Literature, especially Pascal; Renaissance French Literature, especially Montaigne; History of Rhetoric; French travel narratives of the New World; Literary Relationships between France and the United States; the works of James Fenimore Cooper; Ancient Greek literature; Classical Latin literature; Neo-Latin.

Publications

Publications on French-American History

“From Crèvecoeur to Castorland: Translating the French-American Alliance in the Late Federalist Era,” European Journal of American Studies: Oslo Conference Special Issue, no. 2 (2011) <http://ejas.revues.org/8920>

Castorland Journal: The Exploration and Settlement of Northern New York by French Emigrés in the years 1793-1797, Cornell University Press, 2010.

"Pascal, Henry Adams and American Modernity", in De la morale à l'économie politique: Dialogue franco-américain sur les moralistes français. Actes du colloque de Columbia University, 14-16 octobre 1994; Pierre Force et David Morgan, edd., Pau: Presses universitaires de Pau (printemps 1996): 119-135.

Publications on the Humanities

“The Humanities as Human Relations”
http://www.socialsciencespace.com/2013/08/the-humanities-as-human-relations/

“A Question of Literacy: Understanding and Renewing the Humanities in a Global World”, Arts and Humanities in Higher Education: Special Issue: The Necessity of the Humanities, volume 11, no. 3, July 2012.
http://ahh.sagepub.com/content/11/3/238.abstract

Publications on French Literature

"Equivoque et mystère: autour de Boileau et Arnauld" in David Wetsel and Frédéric Canovas, edd., Pascal/New Trends in Port-Royal Studies. Actes du 33e congrès annuel de la North American Society for Seventeenth-Century French Literature, Tome I. Tübingen, Gunter Narr Verlag, 2002: 247-257.

“La Fontaine: exemple et prophétie”, in Le Rayonnement de Port-Royal: Mélanges en l'honneur de Philippe Sellier, textes réunis par Dominique Descotes, Antony McKenna and Laurent Thirouin, Paris, Honoré Champion, 2001: 463-475.

"Entre copie et autographe: le texte des Pensées de Pascal", Travaux de littérature, Paris: Klincksieck, vol. IX (1996):  65-74.

"Politique et écriture: la 'disposition' pascalienne comme principe de liberté" in Justice et force: politiques au temps de Pascal, Gérard Ferreyrolles, éd., Paris: Klincksieck, 1996: 267-277.

Publications on Neo-Latin

'Part 2: New England' [book chapter] in the Oxford Handbook of Neo-Latin, edd. Sarah Knight and Stefan Tilg, Oxford University Press, 2015, pp. 547-556.

“Décrire les ‘Sauvages’: réflexion sur les manières de désigner les autochtones dans le latin des Relations”, Tangences: Nova Gallia: recherches sur les écrits latins de Nouvelle-France, ed. Jean-François Cottier, no. 99, été 2012: 19-34. [French translation of the article 'Latin Terms and Periphrases for Native Americans in the Jesuit Relations: see below].

“Latin Terms and Periphrases for Native Americans in the Jesuit Relations,” in Latin and Alterity in the Early Modern Period, edd. Yasmin Haskell and Juanita Ruys, Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, vol. 30/Brepols Publishers, Belgium: 259-272.

Distinctions

Picker Fellowship; American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship