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Marie-Rose Logan, PhD

Faculty - Full-Time

Professor of European and Comparative Literature
Director of Humanities

Phone: 949-480-4182
Fax: 949-480-4261
Email: mlogan@soka.edu
Website: http://faculty.soka.edu/mlogan

Education
  • Ph.D., Yale University
  • M.Phil., Yale University
  • M.A. Yale University
  • Agregation de Philosophie & Lettres, University of Brussels (U.L.B.)
Positions Held
  • At SUA since 2005
  • 2003 - 2005, Visiting Professor, Columbia University
  • 1996 - 2003, Associate Professor, Temple University
  • 1993 - 1996, Associate Professor, Goucher College
  • 1983 - 1993, Associate Professor, Rice University
  • 1974 - 1983, Assistant Professor, Columbia University
  • 1972 - 1974, Instructor, Yale University
Research Interests
  • Transnational Literature; History & Theory of Criticism
  • Herodotus, Greek Historians, Nietzsche
  • Shakespeare, Spenser, Montaigne
Selected Papers, Publications & Lectures
  • "Antique Myth & Modern Mind," Journal of Modern Literature, 2003
  • "Budaeus's Philological Imagination," Modern Language Notes, (MLN-Hopkins Press), 2004
  • "Politics, Pedagogy & Scholarship (a special issue in honor of Carol Kay)," Ed. Annals of Scholarship: Art Practices & the Human Sciences in a Global Culture, 2002
  • "La civilite nouvelle: 1500-1530," Lecture, Colloquium at the University of Toronto, 2002
  • "Old Gems, New verses: Remy Belleau & du Bellay," MLA, 2000
  • "The Narratives of the Life of Paul de Man," Narratology Society, Dartmouth College, 1999
  • "Herodotus & Budaeus," Renaissance Society of America, 1998
  • "Is it Really American? On Walter Abish's Eclipse Fever," Colloquium on U.S. Nationalisms (Dartmouth College), 1993
  • Contending Kingdoms (with P. Rudnytsky), Wayne State University Press, 1992
  • The Renaissance: Foucault's lost Chance?, Rutgers University Press, 1988
Courses Taught at SUA
  • Shakespeare
  • The European Novel
  • Classical Literature
Selected Honors & Awards
  • American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS), 1992
  • Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, University of Edinburgh (U.K.), 1989
  • National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH),1987-88
  • Mellon Fellowship, 1976-77
  • Chamberlain Fellowship for Excellence in Teaching the Core Curriculum (Columbia University), 1979
  • Harvard University Fellowship, Villa I Tatti Centre (Florence, Italy), 1975-76
  • Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique Fellowship (C.N.R.S.), 1967-68

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