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Rémy Roussetzki
Degrees/Diplomas: Ph.D.
Research Interests: 19th-Century Literature, Comparative English and French Romanticism, Aesthetics and Philosophy

Assistant Professor of French


Selected articles:

  • "Theater of Anxiety in Musset and Shelley," Criticism, A Quarterly for Literature and the Arts, Wayne State U., 42.1 (Winter 2000)
  • "Presence and Absence in Artistic Representation: When Rousseau Answered With Music to Derrida and De Man," Prose Studies, A Frank Cass Journal, London, 23.3 (December 2000)
  • "Visual Grotesque and Denial of Castration in Rabelais," Zeitsprunge, Early Modern Studies Journal, Goethe Universitat, Frankfurt, Band 4 (2000)
  • "When Eve Answers Back: The Impossible of Paradise Lost," Zeitsprunge, Early Modern Studies Journal, Band 4 (2000)
  • "When Did France Become a Colony?." Kritikos: An International and Interdisciplinary Journal of Postmodern Cultural Sound, Text, and Image. (May 2005).

Awards and honors:

  •  PSC/CUNY Research Grant Award 2000-01, for dissertation entitled, "Aesthetics of Anxiety at the Turn of the Nineteenth Century"