From the Desk of Judy Kem: Fatal Lovesickness in Early Modern France

Judy Kem is a professor of French at Wake Forest University. She is editor or author of three books in French studies, including Pathologies of Love: Medicine and the Woman Question in Early Modern France (Nebraska, 2019). Fatal Lovesickness in Early Modern … Continue reading From the Desk of Judy Kem: Fatal Lovesickness in Early Modern France

From the Desk of Anne O’Neil-Henry: Serial Stories, Then and Now

The following is by Anne O’Neil-Henry, author of Mastering the Marketplace: Popular Literature in Nineteenth-Century France (December 2017). O’Neil-Henry is an assistant professor of French at Georgetown University. While completing the third chapter of my book, Mastering the Marketplace: Popular Literature in … Continue reading From the Desk of Anne O’Neil-Henry: Serial Stories, Then and Now