Dr. Bruno Penteado
Assistant Professor of French
Office: CMLL 248
Ph.D. Comparative Literature, Brown University
D.E.A. French, Université de Genève
My research is mainly concerned with 18th- and 19th-century French literature, continental philosophy, and the intersections of literature and philosophy. I am also interested in literary and critical theory, intellectual history, and film studies.
My current book project Wishing to Conclude: Stupidity, Philosophy, and the French Novel investigates the legitimization of stupidity as an object of philosophical inquiry in 20th-century and contemporary French philosophy and suggests that such conceptualization is highly indebted to the French novel.
My work has appeared in such journals as Qui Parle: Critical Humanities and Social Sciences, Mosaic: An Interdisciplinary Critical Journal, Nineteenth-Century French Studies, and Forum for Modern Language Studies, among other venues.
CMLL French Language & Area Studies
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