August 26, 2015
Video: Prof. Robert Pape deems terrorism on Amtrak a 'remote possibility' and warns against 'expensive' overreactions in wake of France train attack
Source: William Harms
August 22, 2011
Anthropologist Michael Dietler studies interplay of trade, culture, and violence in ancient France.
Howard L. Willett Professor in French and History of Culture, Department of Romance Languages & Literatures
Professor Desan's scholarship mostly includes works of the French Renaissance in relation to their economic, political and sociological context. He is the general editor of the journal Montaigne Studies and...Read more
Gordon J. Laing Distinguished Service Professor, Department of Romance Languages & Literatures
Professor Pavel's scholarship includes works on French 20th-century intellectual life, French 17th-century literature, literary history, and literary theory. His books Fictional Worlds and Le Mirage linguistique have been translated into...Read more
Source: Susie Allen
January 31, 2011
UChicago's ARTFL Project gives international scholars new insights on complex texts in art, literature, and philosophy.
Source: Steve Kloehn
October 5, 2009
Five years on, intimate program brings Chicago-style collaboration to the heart of European culture.
Source: Sarah Galer
April 13, 2009
Harcourt enlightens French on election, President Obama's first 100 days.