Lauriane Guihard

Ph.D. Candidate, French and Francophone Studies

 

Education

M.A. in French and Francophone Studies, 2018, University of Pennsylvania

M.A. in French and Francophone Studies, 2017, University of Notre Dame

M.A. in French Literature, 2016, Université de Rennes 2

B.A. in French Literature, 2014, Université de Rennes 2

B.A. in History, 2014, Université de Rennes 2Certificate in Latin, 2017, University of Notre Dame

 

Lauriane Guihard comes from Brittany (France). After spending a year as an exchange student and a teaching assistant at the University of Notre Dame in 2015-2016, Lauriane decided to continue her academic career in the United States, obtaining a Master's Degree in French and Francophone Studies in 2017, before entering the University of Pennsylvania as a Ph.D. candidate.

 

Research Interests: 

Her reseach focuses on French tragedy from the Renaissance to the 17th Century, in particularly the connection between theatre and politics, and the question of performance. Her other research interests include medieval studies, gender studies, the Ancient theatre, lyric poetry and the regional literature.

Selected Publications: 

"Le Choeur dans Cléopâtre captive d'Etienne Jodelle, entre espace intérieur et espace public", Vernacular (Spring 2016) : 1-18.