Philippe Brand

Associate Professor of French, French Section Head

Miller 308, MSC: 30

Philippe Brand joined the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at Lewis & Clark in 2011.  Born in Paris and raised in the US, he received his PhD in French from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2011, with a concentration in contemporary French literature.

Academic Credentials

PhD University of Colorado, Boulder 2011

MA University of Colorado, Boulder 2006

BA University of Colorado, Boulder 1998

 

Research

Philippe’s research interests range across a variety of topics in twentieth and twenty-first century French and Francophone literature, film, and culture. He is particularly interested in literary innovation, post-apocalyptic fiction and film, immigration and national identity, and issues of social justice. He teaches a range of courses on French language and culture and French and Francophone literature.

Most recently, in June and July 2012 Philippe participated in a Summer Seminar in Paris sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities, focusing on twentieth-century French history.

His publications include articles in the French Review, Contemporary French & Francophone Studies, and the Critical Review of Contemporary French Fixxion.  

Location: Miller Hall