Office: ML 338B
BA, MA, PhD (Toronto)
Professor Anne Marie Miraglia is a specialist of francophone novelists from Black and Arab Africa, Québec and the French Caribbean. Her research includes literary theory, semiotics, narratology and feminist criticism.
Office: DMS 2128
BA, MA, PhD (Western)
Professor McWebb’s present research focuses mainly on late medieval French literature and the Digital Humanities. She has published extensively on the late medieval French writer Christine de Pizan as well as on the Roman de la rose.
Office: ML 332A
BA (Montreal), PhD (State University of New York, Buffalo), FRSC
François Paré's work is in the area of minority literatures, literature as a cultural institution, and 16th-century France. His book, Les littératures de l'exiguïté (Le Nordir, 1992, 1995, 2001), was awarded the Governor General's Award in 1993.