Abbott Lawrence Lowell Professor of Romance Languages & Literature and Visual and Environmental Studies
I came to Harvard in 1995 and to the Kirkland House in 2000. Trained in French literature at Columbia University (M.A.) and the University of Wisconsin (Ph.D.) in French and Art History, I taught at a number of institutions in North American and France before joining Romance Languages and, soon after, Visual and Environmental Studies. My research is devoted to literature, cinema, and cartography. Verena and I consider Kirkland to be our House and Home, and its staff, students and affiliates all part of a wondrously extended family. It is a delight and an honor to be where we are.
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