Bernadette Lintz

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Bernadette Lintz

Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures, Emerita

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Romance Languages


DUEL, Licence es Lettres Modernes, Maitrise d'Anglais Universite de Strasbourg; MA (1982), PhD (1984), Rice University

Indiana University; University of Houston; Rice University; University of Michigan-Dearborn

19th-century French literature, French theater, the novel, French literature in translation

Victor Hugo, Dumas Fils, Romantic drama, Emile Zola and Naturalism, Intertextuality, Feminist literary criticism and theory

Co-editor of The French Novel from Lafayette to Desvignes (New Paradigm Press, 1995); Victor Hugo: Oeuvres et critique (1982-1983) (Minard, 1992); contributions to Critical Bibliography of French Literature: The XIX Century (Syracuse University Press, 1991); articles in Analecta Husserliana, The French Review, The French Novel from Lafayette to Desvignes, Nineteenth-Century French Studies, Symposium, Travaux de Littérature, Excavatio; reviews in L'Esprit Createur, Nineteenth-Century French Studies

Referee, Nineteenth-Century French Studies; Editorial Board, Studies on Lucette Desvignes and the Twentieth Century,

ACLS travel grant; NEH Summer Fellowship; Picker Fellowship