My research focuses on 19th-century French literature and culture, and gender and sexuality studies. I recently completed a manuscript entitled "Sapphic Fathers: Discourses of Same-Sex Desire from Nineteenth-Century France." I have also written on French poetry and poetics in relation to gender and subjectivity.
Gretchen Schultz began teaching at Brown in 1991. She received her BA in Romance Linguistics from the University of Michigan (1983), and her PhD in French Literature from Cornell University (1990).
GRETCHEN SCHULTZ, Ph.D. Cornell University
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