Division: Literature & Languages
Dark Channel Crossings: the reception of the English Gothic novel and French roman noir in postrevolutionary France, 1789-1821
Professor Catriona Seth (University of Oxford/Université de Lorraine)
Fanny is currently working toward a PhD in Literature and Languages at the University of Stirling and at the Université de Lorraine (France) under the supervision of Dr Dale Townshend and Prof. Catriona Seth.
My first degree was in Libraries and Publishing-related professions at the D.U.T., Institute of Technology. I have since completed a B.A. and an M.A. in French Literature and Language at the Université de Lorraine in France.
M.A. Dissertation Title
-Spectres and ruins: the classic gothic novel and its resurgences in contemporary English and French literature.
Literature and Visual Arts
Literature and Intertextuality
2015: co-organization of the public event “Gothic Showcase: an interactive exploration of Gothic literature and culture”, 18 July 2015, University of Stirling
2014: co-organization of the international colloquium “Image(s), imaginaire(s) et réalité(s) de la bibliothèque”, 21-22 October 2014, Université de Lorraine, France
2013: Chawton House Library Visiting Fellowship, UK