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PAMELA A. GENOVA

Department of Modern Languages, Literatures, 1166 Merrymen Green

and Linguistics Norman, OK 73072

780 Van Vleet Oval, Room 202 (405) 447-1758

University of Oklahoma genova@ou.edu

Norman, OK 73019

Tel: (405) 325-6181

Fax: (405) 325-0103





  1. EDUCATION

B.A. French Studies University of Kansas 1983

M.A. French Studies University of Illinois 1986

Ph.D. French Studies University of Illinois 1991




  1. EMPLOYMENT

2006-present: David Ross Boyd Professor of French, Department of Modern

Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics. University of Oklahoma.
2005-2012: Chair, Department of Modern Languages, Literatures, and

Linguistics. University of Oklahoma


2003-present: Professor of French, Department of Modern Languages,

Literatures, and Linguistics. University of Oklahoma


1999-2005: Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences

University of Oklahoma


1997-2003: Associate Professor of French, Department of Modern Languages,

Literatures, and Linguistics. University of Oklahoma


1991-1997: Assistant Professor of French, Department of Modern Languages,

Literatures, and Linguistics. University of Oklahoma


1988-1990: Exchange Instructor (Lectrice), Université de Paris IV,

La Sorbonne





  1. PUBLICATIONS



Books:
Writing Japonisme: Aesthetic Translation in Nineteenth-Century French Prose. Chicago: Northwestern University Press, 2016.
Symbolist Journals: A Culture of Correspondence. London: Ashgate Press, 2002.

[Winner of 2003 South Central Modern Language Association Book Award. Reviewed by Patrick McGuinness, Times Literary Supplement (July 26, 2002); Colin Cruise, The Art Book 10:3 (March 2003); ARTbibliographies Modern (Spring 2003); Robin Walz, H-France (May 2003); Dorothy M. Betz, French Review (October 2004-May 2005).]


André Gide dans le labyrinthe de la mythotextualité. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, 1995.

[Reviewed by Pierre L. Horn, World Literature Today 70:3 (Summer 1996): 663; Sigrid Gätjens, Romanische Forschungen 108: 3-4 (1996): 598-601; Patrick Pollard, French Studies 4 (1996): 470-71; Pierre Masson, Bulletin des amis d’André Gide 24:109 (January, 1996); Peter Fawcett, Modern Language Review 92:1 (1997): 202-202; James Day, Nineteenth-Century French Studies 25: 3-4 (Spring/Summer 1997): 452-53.]



Edited volumes:
Twayne Companion to Contemporary World Literature from the Editors of ‘World Literature Today’. 2 volumes. New York: Macmillan/Twayne Publishers, 2003.

Articles:
“Knowledge of the East? Paul Claudel and the Equivocal Nature of Intercultural Exchange.” Forthcoming in L’Esprit Créateur.
“Crossing Cultural and Aesthetic Frontiers: Yves Bonnefoy and the Dynamics of Haiku.” Irish Journal of French Studies 15 (2015): 25-40.
“Communication Breakdown: Amélie Nothomb and the Ambivalent Exchange of East-West Cultural Currency.” Submitted to The French Review.
“Roland Barthes and the Imagistic Structures of Japan: Beyond Orientalism?” Submitted to Romance Studies.
“L’invention de l’histoire littéraire: La Désincarnation de Jean Rouaud.” Submitted to Romance Notes.
“Rewarding the Production of Culture: Le Prix Goncourt.” Contemporary French and Francophone Studies18: 2 (March, 2014): 150-57.
“André Gide: tient-il toujours son rang?” Le Bulletin des amis d’André Gide 177-178 (January-April, 2013): 113-31.
“A Curious Facet of Modern French Writing: Situating Japonisme Between East and West.” Sites: Contemporary French and Francophone Studies. 13:4 (September 2009): 453-60.
“Gide reformulé par Gide: les visages nombreux des Nourritures terrestres.” Bulletin des amis d’André Gide 33:148 (October, 2005): 511-32.
“White on Black on White: Yves Bonnefoy’s Début et fin de la neige.” Romance Studies 23: 2 (July, 2005): 143-56.
“Marguerite Duras and the Modalities of Modern Autobiography: L’Amant.” Modern Language Studies 33: 1 & 2 (Spring-Fall 2003): 44-59.
“André Gide et Paul Valéry : à propos de Stéphane Mallarmé.” Bulletin des études valéryennes. 95 (Winter 2003) : 71-106.
“The Poetics of Visual Cubism: Guillaume Apollinaire on Pablo Picasso.” Studies in Twentieth-Century Literature 27:1 (Winter 2003): 49-76.
“The Relationship of Poésie and Poésie critique: Bonnefoy’s Meditations on Visual Presence.” Dalhousie French Studies 60 (Winter 2002): 34-40.
“L’Orphée mal enchaîné: André Gide et la polémique de la musique.” Bulletin des amis d’André Gide 29: 131-132 (July-October, 2001): 459-72.
“Satire of the Swamp, Sotie of the Self: Reflections of the Saugrenu in the Mirror of Paludes.” Nineteenth-Century French Studies 26:3-4 (Spring-Summer 1998): 417-34.
Japonisme and Decadence: Painting the Prose of A rebours.” Romanic Review 88:2 (March, 1997): 267-90.
“Word, Image, Chord: Mallarmé and the Interrelations Among the Arts in Symbolist Literary Reviews.” Dalhousie French Studies 36 (Fall 1996): 79-102.
“André Gide: Myth as Individual History.” Dalhousie French Studies 33 (Winter 1995): 55-70.
“Myth as Play: André Gide’s Le Prométhée mal enchaîné.” French Forum 20:2 (May, 1995): 201-19.
“A Crossroads of Modernity: André Gide’s Le Traité du Narcisse.” South Central Review 11:3 (Fall 1994): 1-24.
“How Modern is the Surreal? Modernism, Surrealism, Postmodernism.” West Virginia Philological Papers 39 (1994): 83-93.

Book Chapters and Essays:
“A Collective Experiment in Literary Journalism: The Case of the Symbolists.” “Travail d’équipe”: Models of Collaboration in Nineteenth-Century French Literature. Ed. Seth Whidden. Burlington, VT: Ashgate Press, 2009. 137-51.
“Theseus Revisited: Commitment through Myth.” Gide and Politics. Ed. Thomas Conner. New York: Saint Martin’s Press, 2000. 263-83.
Le Dandysme: Terrorism with Style.” The Play of Terror in Nineteenth-Century France. Eds. Allan Pasco and John Booker. Cranbury, N. J.: Associated University Presses, 1997. 74-92.
“Making a Name for Oneself: Writing as Exploration in Paul Auster’s Moon Palace.” Lectures d’une oeuvre: Moon Palace. Ed. François Gallix. Paris: Editions du Temps, 1996. 56-71.

Encyclopedia Articles:
“Jean Cocteau” and “France: Literature.” Reader’s Guide to Lesbian and Gay Studies. Ed. Timothy F. Murphy. Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2000.
“Parnasse” and “Mytheme.” The International Dictionary of Literary Terms. The International Comparative Literature Association. Ed. J. M. Grassin. Berne: Francke, 1999.

Translations:
Djebar, Assia. “Neustadt Prize Acceptance Speech.” World Literature Today 70:4 (Autumn 1996): 783-84.
Djebar, Assia. “The Eyes of Language.” World Literature Today 70:4 (Autumn 1996): 785-86.
Mohammed Dib, “Assia Djebar, or Eve in her Garden.” World Literature Today 70:4 (Autumn 1996): 790.
Soumya Ammar Khodja, “For Assia Djebar, Inspired by her Book L’Amour, la fantasia.” World Literature Today 70:4 (Autumn 1996): 793-94.
Michel, Andrée. “Militarization of Contemporary Societies and Feminism in Northern Countries.” A Diplomacy of the Oppressed: New Directions in International Feminism. Ed. Georgina Ashworth. London: Zed Books, 1995. 33-51.

Review Articles:
“Elliott Antokoletz and Marianne Wheeldon, eds, Rethinking Debussy. H-France. 11: 237 (October, 2011): 1-5.
“Nancy Duvall Hargrove, T.S. Eliot's Parisian Year.” H-France. 11: 140 (October, 2011): 1-4.

Book Reviews:
“Laurent Mattiussi’s Mallarmé et la Chine.” Nineteenth-Century French Studies. Forthcoming.
“Barnaby Norman’s Mallarmé’s Sunset: Poetry at the End of Time.” Nineteenth-Century French Studies. Fall-Winter, 2015.
“Anthony Glinoer and Vincent Laisney’s L’Age des cenacles: confraternités littéraires au XIXè siècle.” Nineteenth-Century French Studies. Spring-Summer, 2014.
“Justine Legrand’s André Gide: de la perversion au genre sexuel.” Le Bulletin des Amis d’André Gide. October 2013.
“Thierry Roger’s L’Archive du ‘Coup de dés’.The French Review. October 2013.
“Victoria Reid’s André Gide and Curiosity.” The French Review. March 2012.
“Roger Pearson’s Stéphane Mallarmé.The French Review. October 2011.
“Gayle Zachmann’s Frameworks for Mallarmé: The Photo and the Graphic of an Interdisciplinary Aesthetic. The French Review. April 2010.
“Jocelyn van Tuyl’s André Gide and the Second World War: A Novelist's Occupation.” The French Review. May 2007.
“Damian Catani’s The Poet in Society: Art, Consumerism, and Politics in Mallarmé.” Nineteenth-Century French Studies. Fall-Winter, 2004.
Écrits sur l’art par Gustave Moreau.” Nineteenth-Century French Studies. Spring-Summer, 2004.
“Hélène Cixous’s Benjamin à Montaigne.” World Literature Today. Summer, 2002.
“Rosemary Lloyd’s Mallarmé: The Poet and His Circle.” French Forum. Winter, 2001.
“Sophie Jollin-Bertocchi’s J. M. G. Le Clézio: L’érotisme, les mots.” World Literature Today. Summer, 2001.
“Annie Ernaux’s L’Evénement.” World Literature Today. Spring, 2001.
“Alan Sheridan’s André Gide: A Life in the Present.” French Forum. Summer, 2000.
“Jean-Michel Wittmann’s Symboliste et déserteur: les oeuvres ‘fin-de-siècle’ d’André Gide.” The French Review. Summer, 2000.
“Hélène Cixous’s Osnabrück.” World Literature Today. Fall, 1999.
“Marie Darrieussecq’s Naissance des fantômes.” World Literature Today. Fall, 1998.
“Lynn Pernrod’s Hélène Cixous.” World Literature Today. Spring, 1997.
“Hélène Cixous’s Messie.” World Literature Today. Spring, 1997.
“William Thompson’s The Contemporary Novel in France.” World Literature Today. Summer, 1996.
“Hal Foster’s Compulsive Beauty.” The French Review. Spring, 1996.
“Hélène Cixous’s La Fiancée juive de la tentation.” World Literature Today. Spring, 1996.
“Liliane Giraudon’s Les Animaux font toujours l’amour de la même manière.” World Literature Today. Spring, 1996.
“Jacques Jouet’s Actes de la machine ronde.” World Literature Today. Fall, 1995.
“Jean-Michel Maulpoux’s L’Ecrivain imaginaire.” World Literature Today. Summer, 1995.
“Jessica R. Feldman’s Gender on the Divide: The Dandy in Modernist Literature.” South Central Review. Winter, 1994.
“Julia Kristeva’s Proust and the Sense of Time.” Nineteenth-Century French Studies. Winter, 1994.
“Antoine Dilasser’s Le Passage.” World Literature Today. Winter, 1994.
“Christiane Baroche’s Bonjour, gens heureux….” World Literature Today. Fall, 1994.
“Carol de Dobay Rifelj’s Reading the Other: Novels and the Problem of Other Minds.” Nineteenth-Century French Studies. Spring-Summer, 1994.
“Hélène Cixous’s Beethoven à jamais.” World Literature Today. Spring, 1994.
“René Crevel’s Putting My Foot in it.” World Literature Today. Spring, 1993.
“Michelle Tourneur’s La Soie.” World Literature Today. Spring, 1993.
“Dominique Rolin’s Deux Femmes un soir.” World Literature Today. Spring, 1993.
“Nicolas Morel’s Double Aveugle.” World Literature Today. Spring, 1993.
“Mas’ud Zavarazadeh and Donald Morton’s Theory, (Post)Modernity, Opposition.” World Literature Today. Spring, 1992.
“Frédéric Boyer’s La Consolation.” World Literature Today. Spring, 1992.
“Emily Apter’s André Gide and the Codes of Homotextuality.” Nineteenth-Century French Studies. Spring-Summer, 1989.

Work in Progress
Articles:
“Inscribing Insanity: Lautréamont and the Madness of Writing.”

La Dernière Mode: Mallarmé and the Modalities of the Popular Press.”

Pierres écrites: Language, Image, and Art in the Work of Yves Bonnefoy.”
Book:
Yves Bonnefoy: Eastern Aesthetics in Western Art Criticism



  1. PRESENTATIONS

Les Nourritures terrestres: Memorializing the Mediterranean or Promoting a Cliché?” 129th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association. Philadelphia, PA. January, 2017.


“German Geopolitics as a Real Threat? A Geopoetic Reponse by La Revue Wagnérienne.” Submitted to the 42nd Submitted to the Annual Colloquium in 19th-Century French Studies. Brown University. Providence, RI. Oct. 2016.
“On the Threshold of Two Cultures: Yves Bonnefoy and the Artistic Dynamics of Japan.” 32nd Annual International Colloquium in 20th- and 21st-Century French and Francophone Studies. Washington University in Saint Louis, MO. March, 2016.
“Myth, War, and Gide.” 128th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association. Austin, TX. January, 2016.
“Contamination or Complementarity? Mallarmé and the Aesthetics of the East.” 41st Annual Colloquium in 19th-Century French Studies. Princeton University. November, 2015.
Japonisme on the Contemporary Horizon: The Potential of Eastern Art in the Work of Yves Bonnefoy.” Reorienting Cultural Flows: Engagements Between France and East/Southeast Asia. Special conference at the Winthrop-King Institute for Contemporary French and Francophone Studies. Florida State University. February, 2015.
“Rethinking an Ambivalent Influence: Richard Wagner and André Gide.” 127th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association. Vancouver, Canada. January, 2015.
Évasion or Retrouvaille? Stéphane Mallarmé and the Allure of the East.” 40th Annual Colloquium in 19th-Century French Studies. Puerto Rico. October, 2014.
“Hitting the Ground Running With Grace, Aplomb, and Wit: Émile Talbot’s Early Studies of Stendhal.” 40th Annual Colloquium in 19th-Century French Studies. Puerto Rico. October, 2014.
“From Image to Text and Back Again: The Decadent Reading of Gustave Moreau.” “States of Decadence.” International conference at Østfold University College, Norway. June, 2014.
“Communication Breakdown: Amélie Nothomb and the Ambivalent Exchange of East-West Cultural Currency.” 31st Annual International Colloquium in 20th- and 21st-Century French and Francophone Studies. New York University/CUNY Graduate Center/Columbia University. March, 2014.
“Mallarmé japoniste? Horizons of East and West, Dialogues of Theatre and Prose.” 39th Annual Colloquium in 19th-Century French Studies. Richmond, VA. October, 2013.
“The Fragmented Body of Presence: Yves Bonnefoy’s Douve.” 30th Annual International Colloquium in 20th- and 21st-Century French and Francophone Studies. Georgia Tech University. March, 2013.
Le Traité du Narcisse: Gide’s Rethinking of the Symbols of the Natural World.” 125th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association. Boston, MA. January, 2013.
“The Dandy as Image-Maker: an Experiment in Aesthetic bricolage.” 69th Annual Convention of the South Central Modern Language Association. San Antonio, TX. November, 2012.
Fin-de-siècle Café Culture Through the Mirror of Memoirs.” 38th Annual Colloquium in 19th-Century French Studies. Raleigh, NC. October, 2012.
“A Figure of Alterity: André Gide and the Writing of Difference.” Articulations of Difference: a Symposium in honor of Lawrence Schehr. University of Illinois. September, 2012.
“Rewarding the Production of Culture: Le Prix Goncourt.” 29th Annual International Colloquium in 20th- and 21st-Century French and Francophone Studies. California State University, Long Beach. March, 2012.
Le Prix Goncourt as a Sign of the Times? Rouaud, Echenoz, Houellebecq.” 125th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association. Seattle, OR. January, 2012.
“Jacques Jouet’s La Montagne R: the Dehumanization of the Republic.” 28th Annual International Colloquium in 20th- and 21st-Century French and Francophone Studies. University of San Francisco. April, 2011.
“Does Gide Pertain?” 124th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association. Los Angeles, CA. January, 2011.
“The Metaphysics of Multiplicity: Michel Tournier’s Vendredi.” 67th Annual Convention of the South Central Modern Language Association. Fort Worth, TX. October, 2010.
“Jacques Jouet’s La Montagne R: A Narrative of Monuments.” 27th Annual International Colloquium in 20th- and 21st-Century French and Francophone Studies. University of Guelph. April, 2010.
“Humor, Hybrids, and Cultural Criticism in les petites revues. 66th Annual Convention of the South Central Modern Language Association. Baton Rouge, LA. October, 2009.
La Dernière Mode: Fashion or Fossil in Mallarmé Studies?” 35th Annual Colloquium in 19th-Century French Studies. Brigham Young University. October, 2009.
“L’invention de l’histoire littéraire: La Désincarnation de Jean Rouaud.” International Conference entitled “Littérature-monde.” Winthrop-King Institute for Contemporary French and Francophone Studies. Florida State University. February, 2009.
“Reading Music: Gide, Wagner, and the Ambiguities of Interdisciplinary Art.” 122nd Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association. San Francisco, CA. December, 2008.
“Modalities of Musical and Literary Art: André Gide and Richard Wagner.” 65th Annual Convention of the South Central Modern Language Association. San Antonio, TX. November, 2008.
“Stéphane Mallarmé: A Theatre of Japonisme.” 34th Annual Colloquium in 19th-Century French Studies. Vanderbilt University. November, 2008.
“Hybrid Zones: Japonisme and Beyond.” 25th Annual International Colloquium in 20th- and 21st-Century French and Francophone Studies. Georgetown University. April, 2008.
Le cas Wagner: A Case of Gidean Ambivalence.” 121st Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association. Chicago, IL. December, 2007.
“Irony as Antidote in the French Literary Press.” 64th Annual Convention of the South Central Modern Language Association. Memphis, TN. November, 2007.
“The Art of le fumisme: Provocation and Pastiche in the Literary Press.” 33rd Annual Colloquium in 19th-Century French Studies. University of South Alabama. November, 2007.
“Contemporary Experiments in Japonisme: Yves Bonnefoy and the Ambiguities of Eastern Art.” 24th Annual International Colloquium in 20th- and 21st-Century French and Francophone Studies. Texas A&M University. April, 2007.
“Edmond de Goncourt’s Portraits of Painters: Japonisme and the Naturalist Stance.” 32nd Annual Colloquium in 19th-Century French Studies. Indiana University. October, 2006.
“The Systematics of Japonisme: An Equivocal Dialogue of Cultural Exchange.” 63rd Annual Convention of the South Central Modern Language Association. Dallas, TX. October, 2006.
Japonisme and the Juxtapositions of East/West Exchange.” 23rd Annual International Colloquium in 20th- and 21st-Century French and Francophone Studies. University of Miami. April, 2006.
“The Struggle for the Self: Writer vs. Biographer.” 119th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association. Washington, D.C. December, 2005.
“‘Je hais les sots!’: Zola’s Defiance of Artistic Mediocrity.” 62nd Annual Convention of the South Central Modern Language Association. Houston, TX. October, 2005.
Pierres écrites: Language, Image, and Art in the Work of Yves Bonnefoy.” 22nd Annual International Colloquium in 20th- and 21st-Century French Studies. University of Florida. April, 2005.
“White on Black on White: Yves Bonnefoy’s Début et fin de la neige.” 21st Annual International Colloquium in 20th- and 21st-Century French Studies. Florida State University. April, 2004.
“Gide Rethinking Gide: The Many Facets of Les Nourritures terrestres.” 117th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association. San Diego, CA. December, 2003.
“The Ironic Community of the fin-de-siècle Literary Review: le fumisme and the Discourse of the Joke.” 60th Annual Convention of the South Central Modern Language Association. Hot Springs, AK. November, 2003.
La Dernière Mode: Mallarmé and the Modalities of the Popular Press.” 29th Annual Colloquium in 19th-Century French Studies. University of Arizona. October 26, 2003.
“Lautréamont’s Text: Visual Reception and Response.” From Symbolism to Surrealism. University of Toledo and Toledo Museum of Art. February 28, 2003.
“Yves Bonnefoy and the Landscape of Art: Poetic Presence and Visual Form.” 20th Annual International Colloquium in 20th- and 21st-Century French Studies. University of Illinois. March, 2003.
Vox clamantis in deserto: Gide’s Prometheus and the Equivocal Reception of the Modern Authorial Voice.” 116th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association. New York, NY. December 30, 2002.
“The Body of Presence: Yves Bonnefoy and the Dynamics of Douve.” 59th Annual Convention of the South Central Modern Languages Association. Austin, TX. November 2, 2002.
“Gustave Moreau: The Complex Art of Text and Image.” 28th Annual Colloquium in 19th-Century French Studies.” Ohio State University. October 26, 2002.
La Revue Blanche: The Interdisciplinary Solution.” Kentucky Foreign Language Conference. Lexington, KY. April 19, 2002.
“Musical Dynamics in the fin-de-siècle.” 19th-Century French Music, Art and Gender. Society for French Historical Studies. Toronto, Canada. April 12, 2002.
“Michel Tournier’s Vendredi: An Experiment in Interdisciplinary Metaphysics.” 19th Annual International Colloquium in 20th- and 21st-Century French Studies. University of Connecticut. April 5, 2002.
“Against the Grain: Si le grain ne meurt and the Ambiguities of Autobiography.” 115th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association. New Orleans, LA. December 27, 2001.
“Inscribing Insanity: Lautréamont and the Madness of Writing.” Annual Convention of the South Atlantic Modern Language Society. Atlanta, GA. November 9, 2001.
“The Art of the Literary Review: Interdisciplinarity in the French fin-de-siècle.” 58th Annual Convention of the South Central Modern Language Association. Tulsa, OK. November 2, 2001.
“The Parody of Discourse: Views from the Ironic Mirror of the fin-de-siècle French Literary Review.” 27th Annual Colloquium in 19th-Century French Studies. University of Wisconsin, Madison. October 22, 2001.
“The Art of Self-Construction: Ingenious Dandy Bricolage.” Kentucky Foreign Language Conference. Lexington, KY. April 20, 2001.
L’Orphée mal enchaîné: André Gide and the Polemics of Music.” Gide en Floride. Colloquium at New College of the University of South Florida. January 19, 2001.
Le Fumisme and the Aesthetics of the Joke.” 114th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association. Washington, D.C. December 29, 2000.
Fin-de-siècle Aesthetics and the Struggle for Critical Authority: Poet, Artist, and Art Critic.” 57th Annual Convention of the South Central Modern Language Association. San Antonio, TX. November 9, 2000.
“The Decentralization of Power and the Individual Voice: Critical Responses to Nineteenth-Century French Art.” 26th Annual Colloquium in 19th-Century French Studies. University of Illinois. October 20, 2000.
“Guillaume Apollinaire on Pablo Picasso.” Kentucky Foreign Language Conference. Lexington, KY. April 24, 2000.
“Michel Tournier and the Oulipo Legacy.” 17th Annual International Colloquium in 20th-Century French and Francophone Studies. University of Pennsylvania. March 30, 2000.
“The Reflection of Humor: Paludes as Gide’s Response to Nineteenth-Century Aesthetics.” 113th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association. Chicago, IL. December 28, 1999.
“Guillaume Apollinaire on Pablo Picasso: Interdisciplinary Aesthetics of the Avant-Garde.” 56th Annual Convention of the South Central Modern Language Association. Memphis, TN. October 29, 1999.
“The Aesthetics of Journalism: Cultural Discourse and Artistic Exchange in the fin-de-siècle Literary Review.” 25th Annual Colloquium in 19th-Century French Studies. University of Western Ontario. Canada. October 23, 1999.
“Meditations on Visual Presence: Bonnefoy’s Metaphysical Wanderings in a Landscape of Plastic Form.” International Colloquium on Yves Bonnefoy and Contemporary Poetry. Dalhousie University. Halifax, Nova Scotia. Canada. September 25, 1999.
Actes de la machine ronde: Histoire(s) d’une mythologie moderne.” 16th Annual International Colloquium in 20th-Century French and Francophone Studies. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. March 25, 1999.
“André Gide on Richard Wagner: ‘le cas Wagner’ at La Nouvelle Revue Française. 112th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association. San Francisco, CA. December 27, 1998.
“An Interdisciplinary Reconsideration of Symbolism: Gustave Moreau and fin-de-siècle French Poetics.” 24th Annual Colloquium in 19th-Century French Studies. Pennsylvania State University. October 22, 1998.
“The ‘I’ in Autobiography: Marguerite Duras and the Myth of the Modern Self.” 39th Annual Convention of the Midwest Modern Language Association. Chicago, IL. November 10, 1997.
“Theseus Revisited: the Two Faces of Gide’s Last Hero.” 111th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association. Washington, D. C. December 30, 1996.
“Identity of Self and Other: Japonisme, Decadence, and Aesthetic Translation.” 22nd Annual Colloquium in Nineteenth-Century French Studies. University of Toronto. Canada. October 26, 1996.
“Marguerite Duras: The ‘Delicious Torment’ of Writing on the Self.” 54th Annual Conference of the South Central Modern Language Association. San Antonio, TX. October 31, 1996.
Japonisme and Decadence: Painting the Prose of A rebours.” Annual Conference of the American Association of Teachers of French. Lyon, France. July 16, 1996.
“Satire of the Self, Sotie of the Swamp: Comic Reflections in the Mirror of Gide’s Paludes.” 110th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association. Chicago, IL. December 27, 1995.
“Painted Image, Written Word: Mallarmé and the Interrelationship of the Arts in fin-de-siècle French Literary Reviews.” 53rd Annual Conference of the South Central Modern Language Association. Houston, TX. October 26, 1995.
“Mythopoesis and the Silent Other: André Gide and Narcisse.” 109th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association. San Diego, CA. December 27, 1994.
“Decadence from Eastern Eyes: Japonisme and fin-de-siècle French Poetics.” 52nd Annual Conference of the South Central Modern Language Association. New Orleans, LA. November 10, 1994.
“The Fantastic Narcissus.” 19th Annual Colloquium in Modern Literature and Film. West Virginia University. September 29, 1994.
La Guerre des petites revues: Mallarmé and the fin-de-siècle Literary Review.” Colloquium on Mallarmé: Music, Art, Letters. Indiana University. September 25, 1994.
Le Dandysme: Terrorism with Style.” 19th Annual Colloquium in 19th-Century French Studies. University of Kansas. October 28, 1993.
“An ‘Other’ Paris, Fine and Dandy.” International Colloquium of the American Comparative Literature Association. Indiana University. March 24, 1993.
“Myth as Play: André Gide’s Le Prométhée mal enchaîné.” 21st Annual 20th-Century Literature Conference. University of Louisville. February 25, 1993.
“André Gide: Myth as Individual History.” 108th Convention of the Modern Language Association. New York, NY. December 27, 1992.
“A Crossroads of Modernity: André Gide’s Le Traité du Narcisse.” 17th Annual Colloquium in 19th-Century French Studies. University of New Orleans. October 19, 1991.
“The ‘-isms’ of Art: How Modern is the Surreal?” 16th Annual Colloquium in Modern Literature and Film. West Virginia University. September 20, 1991.
“The Wagner Case: A Cross-Cultural Inquiry in the Symbolist Review.” 16th Annual Colloquium in 19th-Century French Studies. University of Oklahoma. October 13, 1990.

Invited Papers:
“Does Gide Pertain?: Twenty-first French Studies and the Role of Writers Past.” Keynote speech. Gide at the Frontier Colloquium. Denison University, June 14, 2012.
“Modernism and the Aesthetics of Art.” Department of Foreign Languages. Oklahoma State University. April 24, 2006.
“Visual Poetics of the Turbulent Modern.” Poetics Seminar sponsored by the Hall Center for the Humanities and Department of French and Italian. University of Kansas. April 14, 2006.
“Guillaume Apollinaire on Pablo Picasso: Interdisciplinary Aesthetics of the Avant-Garde.” McNeese State University. November 22, 2003.
“Lautréamont’s Reception in 20th-century Thought.” Modern Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics Departmental Lecture Series. University of Oklahoma. April 25, 2002.
“Potential Poetry: The Eccentric Art of the OULIPO Group.” Modern Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics Faculty Lecture Series. University of Oklahoma. April 20, 2000.
Keynote speaker: Phi Kappa Phi Banquet. University of Oklahoma. April 12, 1999.
“Guillaume Apollinaire: Avant-Garde Aesthetics and Historical Identity.” Modern Languages Faculty Lecture Series. University of Oklahoma. Spring, 1997.
“Art, Literature, Ideas, Scandal: Paris in the 19th and 20th Centuries.” Honors College. University of Oklahoma. March 22, 1995.
“Decadence from Eastern Eyes: Huysmans and Japonisme.” Modern Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics Faculty Lecture Series. University of Oklahoma. Spring, 1995.
“André Gide: Myth as Individual History.” Modern Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics Faculty Lecture Series. University of Oklahoma. Spring, 1993.
“Reading Japonisme in Nineteenth-Century French Writing.” Invited lecture for the exhibit “Seeking the Floating World: the Japanese Spirit in Turn-of-the-Century French Art.” Philbrook Museum of Art. Tulsa, OK. Spring, 1992.
De la musique avant toute chose? Wagner, Symbolism, and the Literary Review.” French Forum Lecture Series. University of Illinois. Fall, 1990.

Panels Chaired:
“Does Gide Pertain?” 124th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association. Los Angeles, CA. January, 2011.
“Le Monument.” 27th Annual International Colloquium in 20th- and 21st-Century French and Francophone Studies. University of Guelph. April, 2010.
“Framing Narrative: Situating the Place of Contemporary French Writing.” 23rd Annual International Colloquium in 20th- and 21st-Century French and Francophone Studies. University of Miami. April, 2006.

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“Contemporary Poetry: Modalities and Manipulations.” 21st Annual International Colloquium in 20th- and 21st-Century French Studies. Florida State University. April, 2004.


“Moreau as Mulitple: Facets of Interdisciplinary Art.” 28th Annual Colloquium in 19th-Century French Studies. Ohio State University. November, 2002.
“The Interdisciplinary Nineteenth Century.” Kentucky Foreign Language Conference. Lexington, KY. April, 2002.
“André Gide and La Nouvelle Revue Française.” (Association des amis d’André Gide). 115th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association. Washington, D.C. December 29, 2000.
La Poésie critique: Interdisciplinary Relations among the Arts in 20th-century France.” Kentucky Foreign Language Conference. Lexington, KY. April, 2000.
“André Gide and Greek Myth.” (Association des amis d’André Gide). 112th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association. Toronto, Canada. December 29, 1997.
“Literature and the Other Arts.” 40th Annual Convention of the Midwest Modern Language Association. St. Louis, MO. November 6, 1998.
Symposium Organized:
From Symbolism to Surrealism. University of Toledo and Toledo Museum of Art. Bareiss Collection, Spring 2003 Exhibit. March, 2003.


V. HONORS, AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS:
University of Oklahoma Book Subvention. Fall, 2015 ($5000)

University of Oklahoma Faculty Senate Faculty Development Award. Spring, 2015 ($2300)

University of Oklahoma Presidential International Travel Fellowship. Spring, 2015. ($1300)

University of Oklahoma CAS Faculty Assistance Program. Spring, 2015. ($1181; $1311)

University of Oklahoma CAS Faculty Assistance Program. Spring, 2015. ($1831)

University of Oklahoma CAS Travel Assistance Program. Fall, 2014. ($2000)

University of Oklahoma CAS Travel Assistance Program. Spring, 2014. ($1969)

University of Oklahoma CAS Travel Assistance Program. Fall, 2013. ($1088)

University of Oklahoma Presidential International Travel Fellowship. Spring, 2013. ($1200)

University of Oklahoma Faculty Senate Faculty Development Award. Spring, 2013. ($2500)

University of Oklahoma CAS Faculty Enrichment Grant. Fall, 2012. ($1200)

University of Oklahoma CAS Faculty Enrichment Grant. Spring, 2012. ($1200)

South Central Modern Language Association Research Travel Grant. Spring, 2012. ($3000)

University of Oklahoma Vice President for Research Award. Spring, 2012. ($700)

University of Oklahoma CAS Faculty Enrichment Grant. Spring, 2012. ($1200)

David Ross Boyd Professorship. Spring, 2006-present. ($7000 per annum)

National Endowment for the Humanities Sabbatical Fellowship. Spring, 2005 ($24,000)

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center Fellowship. Spring, 2005. ($2500)

Camargo Foundation Full Semester Fellowship (Cassis, France). Fall, 2004 ($3500)

South Central Modern Language Association Annual Book Award. Fall, 2003. ($500)

Regents’ Award for Superior Teaching, University of Oklahoma. Spring, 2003. ($2000)

Presidential Professorship. University of Oklahoma. 1997-2001. ($20,000)

University of Oklahoma Research Council Grant. Spring, 2001. ($969)

South Central Modern Language Association Excellence in Teaching. Spring, 2000.

American Council of Learned Societies Sabbatical Fellowship. Fall, 1997. ($17,500)

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center Fellowship. Spring, 1997. ($1500)

American Philosophical Society Research Grant. Spring, 1997. ($4000)

University of Oklahoma President’s International Travel Fellowship. Spring, 1996. ($1000)

Oklahoma Foundation for the Humanities Travel Fellowship. Spring, 1996. ($1500)

University of Oklahoma CAS Junior Faculty Fellowship. Spring, 1995. ($5000)

University of Oklahoma Woods Award for Excellence in Teaching. Spring, 1994. ($1000)

University of Oklahoma Research Council Grant. Fall, 1994. ($1200)

University of Oklahoma Research Council Grant. Fall, 1994. ($300)

University of Oklahoma Research Council Junior Faculty Fellowship. Spring, 1994. ($5000)

University of Oklahoma CAS Faculty Enrichment Grant. Fall, 1993. ($870)

South Central Modern Language Association Travel Grant. Spring, 1993. ($500)

University of Oklahoma CAS Faculty Enrichment Grant. Spring, 1993. ($545)

University of Oklahoma CAS Junior Faculty Fellowship. Spring, 1993. ($5000)

National Endowment for the Humanities Grant. Summer, 1993. ($1000)

Oklahoma Foundation for the Humanities Travel Fellowship. Spring, 1992. ($1500)

University of Oklahoma Research Council Junior Faculty Fellowship. Spring, 1992. ($5000)


  1. TEACHING


University of Oklahoma:

Undergraduate Courses: FR 2113, Intermediate French

FR 2133, Conversation and Culture

FR 2223, Intermediate French II

FR 2243, Conversation and Literature

FR 3073, Advanced Conversation

FR 3423, Advanced Composition

FR 3960, Honors Reading

FR 3980, Honors Research

FR 3990, Independent Study

FR 4163, Survey of Modern French Literature

FR 4990, Independent Study

FR 4993, Senior Capstone Seminars: “La littérature et les arts visuels,” “Le Mythe du drame, le drame du mythe”

MLLL 4003, “European Modernism and Beyond”

MLLL 1013, “Introduction to French and Francophone Studies”
Graduate Courses: FR 5243, “Explication de textes”

FR 5963, 19th-Century Novel

FR 5973, 19th-Century Poetry and Theatre

FR 5983, 20th-Century Novel

FR 5993, 20th-Century Poetry and Theatre

FR 5980, M.A. Thesis Direction

FR 5910, Problems in Research

FR 5990, Independent Study

FR 6980, Dissertation Direction

FR 6990, Independent Study


M.A. Theses directed: 2 (Lamoine, Martin)

Member of M.A. Thesis Committees: 8 (Oulhaci, Baissac, Cummings, Conte, Soumare, Burstein, Baamara, Serrato)

Doctoral Dissertations directed: 4 (Clark, Whisman, Conte, Bright)

Doctoral Dissertations co-directed: 3 (Ouellette, Swofford, Creager)

Member of other Doctoral Committees: 20




  1. SERVICE


General Academic Community:
Member of editorial board for Studies in Twentieth-Century Literature. 2003-present.

Member of editorial board for Australian Journal of French Studies, 2013-present.

Member of editorial board for the Centre de Recherches sur les Littératures et la Socio-poétique, Université Blaise Pascal, 2015-preseent.

“Comité scientifique” for the conference “Ville déshumanisée, ville infectée,” University of Luxembourg. 2012.

Reviewer of Faculty Research Grant Proposals. CUNY Graduate School. 1996-present.

Reviewer of scholarly articles for the journals Mosaic, World Literature Today, Nineteenth-Century French Studies, Romance Studies, Modern Language Studies, Comparative Literature, and PMLA.

Reviewer of scholarly manuscripts for Purdue University Press and Palgrave MacMillan. 2002-present.

External Evaluator for the Academic Program Review of the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at the University of New Mexico. 2014.

External Evaluator in Tenure and Promotion cases (University of South Florida, Arizona State University, Northeastern University, Georgetown University, Bucknell University, Texas Christian University, McGill University, Case Western Reserve University, University of Arkansas, Villanova University, Northern Illinois University, University of Colorado, University of Vermont, Penn State University, University of Texas at Arlington, University of Mississippi).

Evaluator of grant proposals for the National Endowment for the Humanities, 2008.

Evaluator of applications for Distinguished Professors at Kansas State University. 2009-present.

French Consulting Editor for South Central Review, 2012-present.

President, South Central Modern Language Association. 2005.

Vice-President, South Central Modern Language Association. 2004.

Executive Committee, South Central Modern Language Association. 1999-2001.

Membership Committee, South Central Modern Language Association. 1999-2001; Chair, 2000-2001; 2007-2008.

Life and Honorary Membership Committee, South Central Modern Language Association. Chair, 2000-2001; 2007-2008; 2009-2010; Chair, 2011-2012.

Nominating committee, South Central Modern Language Association. Chair, 2005-2006; 2006-2007, 2007-2008.

Book Award Committee, South Central Modern Language Association, 2002, 2005.

Oklahoma-Texas Aquatic Research Group, Professional graduate student development panel presenter, Fall 2011.

Interpreter for Mayor of Norman, OU/Norman delegation to Clermont-Ferrand, France. 2004.


University:
Faculty Senate, 1993-1996; 2014-2017.

Research Council, 2014-2015; 2015-2018..

Faculty Awards Council, 2013-2015.

Humanities Forum Advisory Board, 2014-present.

Francophone World Workshop Series. Director, 2015-present.

VPR ad hoc Committee on Research Awards. Chair, 2015-present.

Fulbright Student Mentor, 2014-present.

Presidential International Travel Fellowship Committee, 2014

President’s Advisory Committee on Curriculum, 2010-present.

Re-accreditation Self-Assessment Committee, 2010-2011.

President’s Regional Advisory Committee (Europe), 2009-present.

Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee, 2014-present.

Aspire 2020: Arts and Humanities Action Team, Co-Chair, 2011.

Provost’s Advisory Committee on General Education Oversight, 2005-2012.

Subcommittee on the Alignment with General Education Goals, Co-Chair, 2010-2012.

Provost’s Textbook Taskforce, 2006-2007.

Search Committee: Associate Dean in the College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences and the School of Meteorology, 2006-2007.

Board of Directors, OU Confucius Institute, 2007-2012.

Arabic Flagship Steering Committee, 2009-2012.

Campus Departmental Review Panel, 2004-2005; 2007-2008.

Retirement Assessment Committee, 2002-2004.

Books that Inspire Committee, 2001-2002.

University Libraries Committee, 1994-1995.

Campus Awards Committee, 1995-1996.

Faculty Advisory Committee, Division of Student Affairs, 2001-present.

Provost’s Student Appeals Committee: 2009-2010.

Oklahoma Scholars Leadership and Education Program Advisory Committee, 1996-1999.

International Programs Center Advisory Committee, 1996-1999.

Selection Committee for Outstanding Asian-American Awards, 1999-2005.

Premedical Advisory Interview Committee, 2000-2010.

Campus Fulbright Advisor, 1996-1997.

Liaison to Students Mentoring Students, 2000-present.

Humanities Center Board, 1994-1996.

Interpreter for Assia Djebar, University of Oklahoma. Fall, 1996.

Introduction to “Tous les matins du monde,” film presented in the French Film Series. University of Oklahoma. Spring, 1995.

Postscript to “Les Liaisons Dangereuses,” play at the University of Oklahoma. Spring, 1995.

Remarks for Panel on Tenure for University Women. University of Oklahoma. Fall, 1996.

Puterbaugh Conference panel moderator, Spring 2008.

Provost’s Advisory Committee on Women’s Issues: member on panel on Women and Leadership, Spring, 2008.

Provost’s Ph.D. Dissertation Prize Committee member, 2007-2008.

Phi Beta Kappa lecture, Fall 2008.

New Faculty panel presenter, Fall 2011.


College of Arts and Sciences (CAS):
Associate Dean, 1999-2005.

CAS Chairs’ Retreat Planning Committee, 2005-2006; 2006-2007.

CAS Strategic Planning Discussion Group on Recruitment and Retention, 2016

CAS Strategic Planning Discussion Group on Graduate Student Support, 2016

CAS Strategic Planning Discussion Group on Research support, 2016.

CAS ad hoc Committee on Faculty Release Time, 2010-2012.

CAS ad hoc Committee on Graduate Teaching Assistant Workload. 2010-2012.

CAS ad hoc Committee on Faculty Awards, 2014.

CAS Committee on Women’s Issues, 2000-2005.

CAS Teaching Scholars Initiative Steering Committee, 2003-2005.

CAS Policy Committee, Chair, 1994-1995.

CAS Executive Committee, 1993-1994.

CAS Academic Misconduct Board, 1991-1996; Chair, 1994-1999.

CAS Scholarship Committee, 1992-1999.

CAS Advising Committee, 1993-1994.

CAS Study Abroad Interview Committee, 1991-present.

CAS Saxon Professorship Search Committee, 1993-1994.

CAS Bambas Professorship Search Committee, 2001-2002.

Social Work School Director Search Committee, 2000-2001.

20th-century Chinese History Search Committee, 2003-2004.

French History Search Committee, 2006-2007.

Philosophy Ethics Search Committee, 2010-2011.

Classics and Letters Search Committee, 2013-2014.

Director, Executive Board of the Francophone World Workshop, 2015-present.

International and Area Studies Affiliate Faculty, 1999-present.

Speaker at College of Arts and Sciences Recruiters’ Day. Fall 2005.


Departmental Service:
Chair of the Department, 2005-2012.

Committee “A”, 1998-1999.

Chair of the French Section, 1998-1999; 2000-2004.

Graduate Liaison, 1998-1999, 2014-present.

Research Liaison, 2013-present.

Departmental Undergraduate Advisor for French, 1993-1998.

Faculty Advisor for French Club, 1996-1997.

Faculty Mentor for Junior Faculty Members: 1999-present.

Faculty Lecture Series Organizer, 2014-present.

Faculty Awards Committee, 2015-present.

Scholarship Committee, 1991-1999; Chair, 1992-1999.

Graduate Studies Committee, 1996-1997; 2001-2005; Chair, 1998-1999, 2014-present.

Program Review Committee, Chair, 1998-1999; 2005-2008.

Puterbaugh Conference Committee, 1992-1993; 1994-1995; 1996-1997; 1998-1999; 2000-2001.

Course and Curriculum Committee, 1993-1995.

Departmental Committee, 1991-1992; 1994-1995; 1998-1999.

Cecil W. Woods Teaching Award for Excellence Committee; Chair, 2001-present.

MLLL Search Committees:

2013-2014, Linguistics

2009-2010, Chair, Chinese Literature

2009-2010, Co-Chair, Arabic

2000-2001, Chair, 20th-century French

2000-2001, Medieval French

1999-2000, Medieval French

1998-1999, 17th, 18th-century French

1998-1999, Japanese

1996-1997, Chinese

1995-1996, 18th-century French

1994-1995, 20th-century French

1992-1993, 17th-century French




  1. AFFILIATIONS

Modern Language Association Phi Beta Kappa (honorary member)

19th-Century French Studies Phi Kappa Phi

South Central Modern Language Association Kappa Gamma Epsilon

Society for French Studies Pi Delta Phi

American Comparative Literature Association

American Association of Teachers of French

Société des professeurs français et francophones

Oklahoma Foreign Language Teachers’ Association



Association des amis d’André Gide




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