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Benoît Bolduc

Associate Professor of French; Chair, Department of French

Ph.D., Montréal.

Office Address: 

13 University Pl, Rm 603 New York, NY 10003

Phone: 

212-998-8709

Areas of Research/Interest: 

Early Modern French Literature, Theatre and the Performing Arts, Court and Civic Festivals, Festival Books; Dramatic repertoire, Performance practices ; Poetry; Literature and the Arts

Fellowships/Honors:

Visiting Fellow, New College, Oxford; Visiting Scholar, Institut Nationale d’Histoire de l’Art, Research Associate, Centre Canadien d’Architecture, Montréal. Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Medal; Grant from the Major Collaborative Research Initiatives Program (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada).

Concordia Discors. Choix de communications présentées lors du 41e congrès annuel de la North American Society for Seventeenth-Century French Literature, Tübingen, Günter Narr, 2011. Two volumes co-edited with H. Goldwyn.

Texte et représentation: les arts du spectacle (XVIe s.–XVIIIe s.) (Texte, 33/34, 2003).

Andromède au rocher. Fortune théâtrale d'une image en France et en Italie (1587- 1712) (Olschki, 2002).

Andromède délivrée (Biblio 17, 1992).

“Collation, manducation et destruction dans les fêtes de Versailles,” in R. Lalande (ed.), Nourritures, Paris-Seattle-Tübingen, Bilbio 17, 2010, pp. 31-42.

Mirame, fête théâtrale dans un fauteuil,” Revue d’Histoire du Théâtre, 245-246 (2010-1/2), pp. 159-172.

“Stefano della Bella, graveur des Nozze degli dei (1637) et de Mirame (1641),” in M. Bayard (ed.), Rome-Paris, 1640. Transferts culturels et renaissance d’une école artistique, Rome, Académie de France à Rome, 2010, pp. 481-507.

In fvmo dare lvcem : Les Triomphes faictz a l'entrée du Roy a Chenonceau (1560),” French Royal Entries in the Sixteenth Century: Event, Image, Text (Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, 2007).

From Marvel to Camp: Medusa for the Twenty-first Century,” Journal of Seventeenth-Century Music, 10, 1, April 2005.

“Une tragédie de Corneille au service de la ‘riforma melodrammatica': le Perseo de P.I. Martello,” Studi Secenteschi, 34, 1993.


Updated on 01/29/2014