Laurence de Looze
Department of Modern Languages, Comparative Literature program
Education: BA, MA, Oregon; MA, PhD, Toronto
Research interests: medieval and Renaissance culture/literature, theories of autobiography and textuality, film, role of the poet, gender issues, metaphor and analogy.
Books: The Pseudo-Autobiography of the Fourteenth Century (1997); editor and trans., Jean Froissart, La prison amoureuse (1994); articles on autobiography and subjectivity, film, Gustav Mahler, medieval literature and medievalism, Racine, Wallace Stevens.
- Brendon Langer: Literature and its Dimensions, MA thesis, 2010
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