Professor of French
Professor Anyinefa specializes in Francophone Studies. In addition to teaching a survey of Francophone literatures (French 250) and a course on French and Francophone cinema (French 255), he offers advanced special topic courses. He also has strong interests in French and German colonial literatures.
David L. Sedley
Associate Professor of French and Comparative Literature
Early modern French and English literature; history of aesthetics and intellectual history; relations between literature, philosophy, and the sciences; sublimity, taste, irony, and the rise of the novel; skepticism, probability theory, experimentalism, and the vacuum.
Kathryne Adair Corbin
Lecturer in French and Francophone Studies
Professor Corbin earned her Ph.D. in French from the University of California, Santa Barbara with the dissertation “Séverine, Colette, Andrée Viollis: Three Women Writers and the Daily Press in Third-Republic France.” Her current work focuses on the women journalists of interwar France. In addition to her research in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century literature and cultural studies, she specializes in foreign language pedagogy.
Visiting Lecturer of French
Pedagogy of teaching French as a foreign language; classic and modern French literature, modern Francophone literature; Europe: culture and society.
Bryn Mawr Faculty
Eunice Morgan Schenck 1907 Professor Grace M. Armstrong
Professor Brigitte Mahuzier, Director of Avignon Institute
Associate Professor Pim Higginson , Chair and Director of Graduate Studies, Graduate Adviser
Assistant Professor Rudy Le Menthéour
Lecturer Benjamin Cherel
Lecturer Agnès Peysson-Zeiss