Rachel Williams

Dr. Rachel Williams, Assistant Professor of French and Comparative Literature
B.A., Grinnell College; M.A., Binghamton University; Ph.D., The Pennsylvania State University


Farrar Hall, 329
rwilliams2@mcneese.edu
(337) 475-5340

SPECIAL RESPONSIBILITIES
• Advisor, Undergraduate French

TEACHING AND RESEARCH INTERESTS
• Nineteenth-Century French Literature and Culture
• French Women Writers
Literary Translation (Theory and Practice)

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND AFFILIATIONS
• Modern Language Association (MLA)
• American Association of Teachers of French
• Nineteenth-Century French Studies

SELECTED WORKS
Écrire l'histoire ou écrire pour l'histoir? Writing, Translation and Gender in the Autobiography of Victorine de Chastenay." Romance Studies 27.4 (Nov. 2009): 235-45
"Women Translators and the Construction of Prefatory Discourse in Nineteenth-Century France" (forthcoming).