Fernanda NegreteAssistant Professor
921 Clemens Hall
Office Hours: On leave Fall 2016 and Spring 2017
- Ph.D., French Literature, Dept. of Romance Studies, Cornell University, 2012
- M.A., French Literature, Dept. of Romance Studies, Cornell University, 2008
- B.A./Licenciatura en Filosofía, Universidad Iberoamericana, México, 2005
Courses Regularly Taught
- FR 213: Languages, Texts, and Contexts III
- FR 482: L’expérience littéraire
- FR 525/COL 525: Art-writing and the Functions of the Aesthetic
- FR 525/COL 646: Creation and the Limits of Language in French Experimental Literature
- Modern and Contemporary French Literature and Art
- French Women Writers
- Aesthetics, Literature, and the Arts
- Psychoanalysis and Continental Philosophy
- Global Avant-gardes (with a special interest in Brazil and the Caribbean)
- Sexuality, Desire, Language, Body, and Creation
- Literature and Contemporary Music
- Desire in a Post-1960s Global Female Avant-Garde
- Subjectivity After Representation and Radical Aesthetics
- Symptom and Sensation: Post-Freudian Experiments in Literature and Art.
- Voice and the Unnamable in Samuel Beckett and Luciano Berio
- “Duras’ Césarée and the Subject of Love.” CR: The New Centennial Review 15.3 (2015): 167-199.
- “‘A Vital Unliveable Force’: Rhythm in Nathalie Sarraute’s Writing.” Mosaic2 (2015): 83-98.
- “Chaos-monde and the Aesthetics of Depth in the art of Artur Barrio, Jacques Coursil, and Damián Ortega.” ARTMargins 3.1 (2014): 55-80.
- Recent Grants & Awards
- UB Faculty Internationalization Fund in support of collaborative research and student exchange planning with MARGE research group and Université de Lyon 3, April 2016
- UB Humanities Institute Faculty Fellowship, (Spring 2017)