Associate Professor of French
Maxime Blanchard, Ph.D., Harvard University, D.E.A., Université de Paris-lV, M.A., University of Minnesota, B.A., Université de Montréal, Associate Professor of French. He specializes in 20th and 21st Century and Contemporary French and Québécois literature. He has published several articles on political engagement (Fernand Dumont, Simone Weil, and Pierre Bourdieu), and on alienation (Michel Tremblay, André Brassard, etc.). He is the author of S'engager: l'intellectuel dans l'oeuvre d'André Malraux (Arras: Presses de l'Université d'Artois, 2008). His current research project deals with literary and cinematographic reprensentations of the Front populaire and of theRésistance. His latest book, Le Québec n'existe pas, is forthcoming.
Ph.D., Harvard University.