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Faculty

Anne-Hélène MillerAnne-Hélène Miller

Assistant Professor
1110 McClung Tower
Phone: 865-974-9136
Email: ahm@utk.edu


Major Field

Medieval and Sixteenth-Century French Language and Literature.

Research Interests

History of French, Humanism, Translation Studies, Theories of Authorship, Lineage, Nationhood, Post-Colonial Theory, Urban Studies

  • PhD, French Studies, University of Washington 2007.
  • D.E.A, Littérature et Culture au Seuil de la Modernité 1300-1650, Université de Genève, 2002

Publications

  • "Inter‐disciplinarité et trans‐nationalisme." Perspectives médiévales : Revue d'épistémologie deslangues et littératures du Moyen Âge 37: Le Moyen Age en Amérique du Nord. Edited by Sébastien Douchet et Jacqueline Cerquiglini‐Toulet, January 2016.
  • "Urban Encomia revisited in Fourteenth‐Century Paris: Poetics of Translation, Universality, and the Pilgrim City." Viator 45. n.3. Los Angeles, Fall 2014.
  • "Guillaume de Machaut and the Forms of Pre‐Humanism in Fourteenth‐Century France." A Brill Companion to Guillaume Machaut – An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Master. Edited by Deborah McGrady and Jennifer Bain. Leiden, 2012.
  • "Nature and Authorship in Brunetto Latini and Guillaume de Machaut." Nottingham Medieval Studies 54. Edited by Joanna Barrow and Julia Martin. Turnhout, 2010.
  • "Mécénat féminin, co‐écriture et autorité au seuil de la Renaissance." Cooperation and Competition in Communities of Women. Women in French:Special Issue. Edited by Julia Simms Holderness and Laurence Porter, 2010.
  • "Du Lieu de Plaisance à Paris: L'avanture politique du poète dans Le Songe dou Vergier de 1378." Le Moyen français 59. Montréal, 2006 (2008).
  • "Rome et la dissociation du moi poétique dans Songe de Joachim du Bellay: phénomènes de construction et de destruction. " Romance Review. Boston, 2000.
  • French Across Borders: Cultural and Political Exchanges (1200‐1600) Explorations in Renaissance Culture, 2014. Volume 39.2 Winter 2013. Guest Editor. "Introduction: Across Borders, across the Channel." 55‐57.

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