Professor Seifert's research interests include 17th-century literature, gender and sexuality studies, cultural studies, and comparative approaches to folklore and the literary fairy tale. He is the author of Fairy Tales, Sexuality, and Gender in France, 1690-1715: Nostalgic Utopias (1996) and of Manning the Margins: Masculinity and Writing in Seventeenth-Century France (University of Michigan Press, 2009). He has co-edited with Todd Reeser a volume of essays, Entre Hommes: French and Francophone Masculinities in Culture and Theory (University of Delaware Press, 2008).
Lewis Seifert holds a DEA from the Université de Paris III (1986) and a PhD from the Department of Romance Languages at the University of Michigan (1989). He has taught in the Department of French Studies at Brown since 1989. His ongoing research interests include seventeenth-century French literature and culture, folk- and fairy-tale studies, gender and sexuality studies.
LEWIS C. SEIFERT, Ph.D., University of Michigan
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