Sarah Griswold, Ph.D. in French Studies and History, 2018. "In Search of Civilization: Archaeology and the French Mandate for Syria and Lebanon." Assistant Professor of History, Oklahoma State University.
Ian Merkel, Ph.D. in French Studies and History, 2018. “Terms of Exchange: Brazilian Intellectuals and the Remaking of the French Social Sciences.”
Lisa Zivkovic, Ph.D. in French Studies and History, 2018.. "Reconciling the European and American Approaches to Privacy Law: A Historical and Legal Analysis of Privacy Law and Data Communications Technology in the United States and Europe, 1970-2018." Intellectual Property and Litigation Associate for Mayer Brown, LLP.
Alexander Arnold, Ph.D. in French Studies and History 2017. "Rethinking Economics in Modern France". Furman Academic Scholar, New York University School of Law.
Aro Velmet, Ph.D. in French Studies and History 2017. "Pasteur's Empire: French Expertise, Colonialism, and Transnational Science, 1890-1940". Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellow & Research Associate, Oxford University. Assistant Professor of History, University of Southern California.
Elisabeth Fink, Ph.D. in French Studies and History 2015. "Elections and Political Mobilization in the Time of Decolonization: Voting in Postwar French West Africa." Adjunct Instructor, Fordham University and Cooper Union.
Evan Spritzer, Ph.D. in French Studies and History 2015. "Politicizing French Radio: Crises, Communities, and Competing Voices 1934-1954." Adjunct Instructor, Cooper Union and Hunter College.
Lindsay Kaplan, Ph.D in French Studies and French 2014. "When Fiction Made History: Cultural Memory and the Fictional Representations of October 17, 1961." Professor of French, Waynflete School in Portland, Maine.
Paul Sager, Ph.D. in French Studies and History 2014. "Indigenizing Indochina: Race, Class, and the French Colonial Employer-State, 1848-1945." Librarian for English and Romance Literatures, Hunter College.
Stella Amelie Vincenot, Ph.D in French Studies and French 2014. "Célébrer, Honorer, Commémorer: Democratic Political Culture in Post-Emancipation Guadeloupe." Lecturer, Rollins College.
Matthew Watkins, Ph.D. in French Studies and History 2014. "'You've Got To Be Modernistic': The Myth of Pierre Mendès France and the Modernization of France." Writer, Center for Court Innovation
Phoebe Maltz Bovy, Ph.D. in French Studies and French 2013. "Embrasser les Juifs": Jews and Intermarriage in Nineteenth-Century France (1792-1906). French lecturer, Department of French, University of Toronto.
Vanessa Agard-Jones, Ph.D. in French Studies and Anthropology 2013. “Sovereign Intimacies: Scaling Sexual Politics in Martinique.” Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Columbia University.
Charlotte Legg-Chopin, Ph.D. in French Studies and History 2013. “Imagining the Peuple Nouveau: Medicine and the Press in French Algeria, 1870-1914.” Lecturer in French Studies at the University of London Institute in Paris.
Jessica Pearson, Ph.D. in French Studies and History 2013. “From the Civilizing Mission to International Development: France, the United Nations, and the Politics of Family Health in Postwar Africa, 1940-1960.” Assistant Professor of European History, Macalester College.
Michelle Pinto, Ph.D. in French Studies and History 2013. "Employment, Education, and the Reconfiguration of Empire: Africanization in Postwar French Africa." Assistant Professor in the Intellectual Heritage Program, Temple University.
Chelsea Stieber, Ph.D. in French Studies and French 2013. “Regional, Cosmopolitan, Indigenous: Writing Cultural Nationalisms in Early 20th-Century Haiti.” Assistant Professor of French, Catholic University.
Kari Evanson, Ph.D. in French Studies and French 2012 “Writing Scandal: Popular Media and the Bagnes d'Enfants, 1920-1945.” Instructor at Barnard and Fordham University.
Georgiana Perlea, Ph.D. in French Studies and French 2012. "Quarante-huitards du XXe siècle. Le marxisme dissident des revues Socialisme ou barbarie et Arguments, 1956-1962."
Stephanie Ponsavady, Ph.D. in French Studies and French 2012. “Moteurs de Mécontentement et de Désire: Automobiles et routes en Indochine coloniale (1897-1939).” Assistant professor, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures at Wesleyan University
Emily Craighead Teising, Ph.D. in French Studies and French 2012. “Legal Ambitions: Representations of the Legal Professions in France, 1830-1850.” Assistant Professor of French, University of Southern Indiana.
Alexandra Borer, Ph.D. in French Studies 2011. “L’Experience Urbaine Dans “Les Passagers Du Roissy-Express” de François Maspero “Zones et “La Cloture” de Jean Rolin: La question de la Frontiere.” Lecturer in Language, French language pedagogy, Columbia University.
Kathryn Kleppinger, Ph.D. in French Studies, 2011. “Why The Beur Novel? Writers and journalists interact to construct a new French voice.” Associate Professor of French and Francophone Studies, George Washington University.
Matthew Wendeln, Ph.D. in French Studies 2011. “Contested Territory Regional Development in France, 1934-1968.” University lecturer and researcher, Sciences Po. Project manager: Interregional cooperation, Ile-de-France Region.
Heidi Kasevich, Ph.D. in French Studies 2011. “A Civilized Yogi: The life of French Explorer Alexandra David Neel.” Director of Education, Quiet Revolution Foundation.
Lisa Gentile, Ph.D. in French Studies 2010. “The Battle for Health in France: The role of ideas and discourse in constructing the political economy of health policy reform (1990-2010).” Instructor of French and Comparative Health Care Systems, Saint Francis University, Study Abroad Program in Ambialet, France.
Rachel Wimpee, Ph.D. in French Studies 2010. “Reactionary or Modern? The devote in fact and fiction in late nineteenth-century.” Program Officer at the Rockefeller Archive Center. Public Fellow at American Council of Learned Societies.
Jack Murphy, Ph.D. in French Studies and Anthropology 2009. “A Question of Class: Struggling youth and the concept of Social destiny in contemporary France.” Associate Professor, Department of French, Gettysburg College.
Arthur Plaza, Ph.D. in French Studies and History 2008. “From Christian Militants to Republican Renovators: The Third Ralliement of Catholics in postwar France. 1944-1965.” Head of the History-Geography & Economics Department, Professor of History, Lycée Français de New York.
Jelena Karanovic, Ph.D in French Studies and Anthropology 2008. “Sharing Publics: Democracy, cooperation and free software advocacy in France.” Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Media, Culture and Communication, New York University.
Wendy Leynse, Ph.D. in French Studies and Anthropology 2008. “Lunchtime in Loireville: Learning to become a culturally competent member of French society through food.” Professor, Department of Food Studies, New York University. Adjunct Professor, NYU Steinhardt Department of Nutrition, Food Studies and Public Health.
Nils Froment, Ph.D. in French Studies and French 2007. “Mots pour Maux: Maladies nerveuses et écrits contagieux sous le second empire et la troisieme république.” French Language Lecturer, New York University.
Gerarde Magloire-Danton, Ph.D. in French Studies 2006. “Ambassadors at Dawn: Haitian thinkers in the French Colonial context of the 19th and 20th centuries: The example of Jean Prince-Mars (1876-1969)." Professor of English, Ecole Nationale de l'Aviation Civile, Toulouse.
Nicole Rudolph, Ph.D. in French Studies and History 2005. “At Home in Postwar France: The design and construction of domestic space, 1945-1975.” Associate Professor and Chair, Languages, Literatures and Cultures, Adelphi University.
Joshua Humphreys, Ph.D. French Studies and History 2005. “Servants of Social Progress: Democracy, capitalism and social reform in France, 1914-1940.” President, Croatan Institute. Fellow, Tellus Institute.
Lisa Maguire, Ph.D. in French Studies and History 2003. “Contingent Obligations: Societe Generale and the French State 1945-1981.” Director, Risk Control, UBS Investment Bank.
Sylvie L. Waskiewicz, Ph.D. in French Studies 2003. “Negotiation Culture: American films in postwar France, 1945-1954.” Editor, Researcher, and Writer, Independent Consultant.
William Poulin-Deltour, Ph.D. in French Studies 2002. “Le Gai Paris Gay? Making sense of American influence on French gay activism." Associate Professor of French, Middlebury College.
Harry Gamble, Ph.D. in French Studies 2002. “Developing Cultures: Debates over education in French West Africa, 1930-1950.” Associate Professor of French, College of Wooster.
Brian Arganbright, Ph.D. in French Studies 2002. “Writing the People: Charles-Louise Philippe and the culture of populism during the Belle Epoque.” Assistant Professor of French, Transylvania University.
Elizabeth Campbell Karlsgodt, Ph.D. in French Studies and History 2002. “National Treasures: Cultural heritage and the French state during the second World War.” Associate Professor of History, University of Denver.
Katherine Opello, Ph.D. in French Studies 2002. “Ideas and Elections: Explaining the timing and nature of the French Socialist party’s gender-based quota.” Maitre de Langues, Université Catholique de Louvain
Julie Fette, Ph.D. in French Studies 2001. “Xenophobia and Exclusion in the Professions in Interwar France.” Associate Professor, Rice University.
Isabelle Genest, Ph.D. in French Studies, 2001. “Intellectuels et Decadence Durant La Belle Epoque: Le cas D’Octave Mirbeau et Paul Adam.” Assistant Director, Institute of French Studies, New York University.
Scott Gunther, Ph.D. in French Studies 2001. “The Elastic Closet: Legal censure and auto-censure of homosexuality in France." Associate Professor of French, Wellesley College.
John Westbrook, Ph.D. in French Studies 2001. “Reinventions of the Literary Avant-Garde in Interwar France: Documents between Surrealism and Ethnography.” Associate Professor of French, Bucknell University.
Marie C. Benedict, Ph.D. in French Studies, 2000. “Agriculture and Administrative Elites in Third Republic France: The Institut National Agronomique 1876-1940.” Director of the Information Resource Center, U.S. Embassy, Havana.
Mary Lewis, Ph.D. in French Studies 2000. “The Company of Strangers: Immigration and Citizenship in interwar Lyon and Marseille.” Professor of History, Harvard University.
Julia Miller, Ph.D. in French Studies 2000. “The Romance of Regulation: The movement against state-regulated prostitution in France, 1871-1946.”
G. Daniel Cohen, Ph.D. in French Studies and History 2000. “The West and the Displaced, 1945-1951: The post-war roots of political refugees.” Associate Professor of History, Rice University.
John Savage, Ph.D. in French Studies 1999. “Advocates of the Republic: The Paris bar and legal culture in early Third Republic France, 1870-1914.” Associate Professor of History, Lehigh University.
Sheila Hallsted-Baumert, Ph.D. in French Studies 1999. “The Metropolitan: Technology, space and the creation of urban identities in Fin de siècle France.” Academic Dean, Ermitage International School of France.
Paula Schwartz, Ph.D. in French Studies 1998. “Women, Resistance and Communism in France, 1939-1945.” Lois B. Watson Professor of French, Middlebury College.
Catherine Gillot, Ph.D. in French Studies 1998. “La France au Miroir de L’Amérique Dans Les Années 1920 (Morand, Duhamel).”
Jonathan Gosnell, Ph.D. in French Studies 1998. “The Politics of Frenchness in Colonial Algeria, 1930-1954.” Professor, Department of French Studies, Smith College.
Christopher Thompson, Ph.D. in French Studies 1997. “The Third Republic on Wheels: A social, cultural, and political history of bicycling in France from the 19th century to World War II.” Professor of History, Ball State University.
Mark Ingram, Ph.D. in French Studies and Anthropology 1996. “Performing Culture: A French ‘popular theatre’ troupe in local, national, and European perspective.” Professor of French, Department of Modern Languages, Literatures & Cultures, Goucher College.
Helen Laurendeau-Johnson, Ph.D. in French Studies and Sociology 1995.”French News Magazines in America 1974-1984: Influence of political ideology.”
Susan Edwards-Edmundson, Ph.D. in French Studies 1995 “Aesthetics and Politics: Film Culture and the extreme right in France 1930-1944.” Lecturer in French and Francophone Studies, University of Tennessee.
John Hogge, Ph.D. in French Studies and History 1995. “Arbitrage, Securité, Desarmement: French Security and the League of Nations, 1920-1925.” Professor of History, Bernards High School, New Jersey.
Ruth Merrill Eldridge, Ph.D. in French Studies 1994 “Decentralization in the French Department: The Defferre Legislation.”
Susan Terrio, Ph.D. in French Studies 1994. “Handmade in France: Discourses of skill, tradition, and authenticity among contemporary artisanal chocolatiers.” Professor of French and Cultural Anthropology, Georgetown University.
David I. Beriss, Ph.D. in French Studies and Anthropology 1992. "To Not Be French: Counter-Discourses of Antillean identity in France." Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Anthropology, University of New Orleans.
Andrew Appleton, Ph.D. in French Studies 1992.
Janet R. Horne, Ph.D. in French Studies 1992. “Republican Social Reform in France: The case of the Musee Social, 1894-1914.” Associate Professor of French, University of Virginia.
Amy G. Mazur, Ph.D. in French Studies 1992. “Policy Formation and the State in France: Equal Employment Legislation for Women, 1965-1988.” Professor, Department of Political Science, Washington State University. Research Associate at Centre d’Etudes Européenes, Sciences-Po Paris
Shanny Peer, Ph.D. in French Studies 1992. “Modern Representations of Tradition in the 1937 Paris International Exposition: Regions, peasants and folklore.” Director of La Maison Francaise, Columbia University.
Mary Rosalie Fisher, Ph.D. in French Studies 1991. “Models for Manners: Etiquette books and etiquette in modern France.” Professor of French, Saint Ann's School, New York.
Venita Datta, Ph.D. in French Studies 1989. “La Revue Blanche” (1889-1903) L'Intellectuels and politics in France.” Professor of French, Wellesley College.
Philip Nwankwo, Ph.D. in French Studies 1988. “Franco-African Relations: The case of Cameroon in the Postcolonial Period, 1960-1985.” Teacher, World Language Department, Plainfield High School.
Michele C. Cone, Ph.D. in French Studies 1988. “Art and Politics in France During the German Occupation, 1940-1944.” Art History Faculty, School of Visual Arts.
Willa Silverman, Ph.D. in French Studies 1988. “GYP: Right-Wing Anarchist and the Fin Du Siecle”. Malvin E. and Lea P. Bank Professor of French and Jewish Studies, Penn State University.
Robert Turnbull, Ph.D. in French Studies 1988. “French Reformed Protestantism: The problems of social integration, doctrinal crises, and institutional identity.” Professor of French, Evangel University.