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PhDs supervised Direction de thèses de doctorat

I have supervised the following PhDs to completion:

  • Joanne Mosley, 'A critical edition of Arnaud Sorbin's Histoire contenant vn abregé de la vie, mœurs, et vertus du roi tres-chrestien et debonnaire Charles IX(1574)', Oxford Brookes University, 1998
  • Hugh Roberts, 'Representations of ancient Cynicism in French texts, 1546-1615', Oxford Brookes University, 2003
  • Joy Littlewood, 'The fractured prism : Ovid's 'Fasti'. A study in late Augustan culture' (PhD by published works), Oxford Brookes University, 2007
  • Elizabeth Mendes da'Costa, 'Aspects of tolerance of the Jew in selected French texts in the later French Renaissance (1550-1615)', King's College London, 2007
  • Morag Young, 'Shifting selves : identity quests and innovation in the novels of Marguerite Duras, Patrick Modiano, and Marie Darrieussecq', Oxford Brookes University, 2007 (co-supervision)
  • Julia Effertz, 'The Woman Singer and her Song in French and German Prose Fiction (c. 1790-1848)', Oxford Brookes University, 2009 (co-supervision)

J'ai dirigé six thèses de doctorat:

  • Joanne Mosley, 'A critical edition of Arnaud Sorbin's Histoire contenant vn abregé de la vie, mœurs, et vertus du roi tres-chrestien et debonnaire Charles IX(1574)', Oxford Brookes University, 1998
  • Hugh Roberts, 'Representations of ancient Cynicism in French texts, 1546-1615', Oxford Brookes University, 2003
  • Joy Littlewood, 'The fractured prism : Ovid's 'Fasti'. A study in late Augustan culture' (PhD by published works), Oxford Brookes University, 2007
  • Elizabeth Mendes da'Costa, 'Aspects of tolerance of the Jew in selected French texts in the later French Renaissance (1550-1615)', King's College London, 2007
  • Morag Young, 'Shifting selves : identity quests and innovation in the novels of Marguerite Duras, Patrick Modiano, and Marie Darrieussecq', Oxford Brookes University, 2007 (co-tutelle)
  • Julia Effertz, 'The Woman Singer and her Song in French and German Prose Fiction (c. 1790-1848)', Oxford Brookes University, 2009 (co-tutelle)