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Malina Stefanovska
Professor 
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Background

  • Université de Grenoble (B.A.)
  • University of Oregon (M.A.)
  • The Johns Hopkins University (Ph.D.)

Selected Publications

  • Littérature et politique: factions et dissidences de la Ligue à la Fronde (Paris, Garnier, 2015), co-edited with Adrien Paschoud. 
  • Self and Space in Early Modern European Cultures, ed. (Toronto, U. of Toronto Press, 2012).
  • La Politique du cardinal de Retz : Factions et Passions (Rennes, Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2008).
  • Saint-Simon, un historien dans les marges (Paris: Honoré Champion, 1998).
  • « Cardinal De Retz’s Memoirs: Encountering Fortune and Taking Timely Steps" in Chance, Literature, and Culture in Early Modern France, editors John Lyons, Kathleen Wine (Ashgate, London, 2009).
  • ”Exemplary or Singular? The Anecdote in Historical Narrative.” Sub/Stance, 118, vol. 38, n.1, 2009.
  • « Du sociable au cruel : les pratiques de la “raillerie” chez Saint-Simon », Approches textuelles de Saint-SimonTextuel n. 58, (Paris, Presses Universitaires de Paris VII, 2008).
  • "La conjuration de Fiesque de Retz, un essai sur le lien politique," Littératures Classiques, 57, (2006).
  • "La Monarchie des jésuites: solipsisme et politique" Dix-huitième Siècle, 37, (2005).
  • “The Closest Bond: Conspiracy in Seventeenth-Century French Tragedy," in  Conspiracies and Conspiracy Theory in Early Modern Europe, from the Waldensians to the French Revolution, ed. B. Coward and J. Swann (England, Ashgate), (2004).

 Professional Activities 

  • Visiting scholar at the Ecole Normale Supérieure Fontenay-St Cloud (1998).
  • Visiting professor at the University of Lausanne (2003-2004).
  • Member of the Executive Committee of the North American Association for Seventeenth-Century French Literature (1999-2002).

 Awards/Honors

  • Fellowship of the American Council of Learned Societies, 2002-2003.
  • Clark Professorship, UCLA Center for 17th and 18th Century Studies, (2007-8).

 Teaching 

  • Memoirs, historiography, autobiography and other non-fictional prose forms; seventeenth-century theater; early modern culture and society; French political thinkers and moralists, contemporary French thought.
  • Early modern literature and culture in contemporary film; Theatre; Intellectual history; French Social thought.