Valerie M. Dionne
Assistant Professor of French
M.A., Ph.D. Princeton University
Areas of Expertise
- Early Modern French Literature & Philosophy
- Literature and Ethics, Political Reconciliation
Courses Currently Teaching
|FR126 A ||French II |
|FR126 B ||French II |
|FR128 A ||French IV: Reading in Cultural Contexts |
|FR232 A ||French Cultural History I |
|FR392 A ||French Intellectuals and the Struggle for Social Change |
Valerie Dionne earned her PhD from Princeton University in 2008. She co-edited a volume, "Revelations of Character": Ethos, Rhetoric and Moral Philosophy in Montaigne . Her latest book, Montaigne et l'ecriture de la conciliation (Paris: Classiques Garnier) is forthcoming. She also published articles in the Dictionnaire de Michel de Montaigne, Nouveau bulletin de la societe internationale des amis de Montaigne, Romance Review, Paon d'Hera.
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