VIRGINIA KRAUSE

Professor Krause's research interests focus on Renaissance France, particularly early modern romance, the history of leisure, and witchcraft. She is the author of "Idle Pursuits: Literature and 'oisiveté' in the French Renaissance" (2003) and is currently completing two projects: a book titled "Witchcraft and confession in Early Modern France" and a critical edition (with Christian Martin and Eric Macphail) of Jean Bodin's De la démonomanie des sorciers (1580).

VIRGINIA KRAUSE, Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison 1993M.A. University of Wisconsin-Madison 1988B.A. Brown University
Associate Professor of French Studies
French Studies
Phone: +1 401 863 3070
E-mail: Virginia_Krause@Brown.EDU

Virginia Krause's Brown Research URL:
http://research.brown.edu/myresearch/Virginia_Krause

Collaborators at other institutions:
Christian Martin and Eric Macphail.

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