French Literature and Culture (MA)
Meet our staff
Dr. A.D.M. van de Haar
Alisa van de Haar is Assistant Professor in historical French Literature. Her research focuses on the multilingual situation in the early modern Low Countries, relations between French and Dutch literature, language and migration, and historical language education. View her full profile here.
Dr. K.A. Murchison
Krista A. Murchison researches and teaches late medieval English and French literature at Leiden University. Her research seeks answers to longstanding questions about medieval books and their readers by using some of the quantitative and digital methods that are typically reserved for the “hard” sciences. View her full profile here.
Dr. A.E. Schulte Nordholt
Annelies Schulte Nordholt is a University Lecturer at the Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society. Her most recent book, Georges Perec et ses lieux de mémoire is on Perec’s experimental work ‘Lieux’, a multimedia project archiving his personal sites of memory through writing and photography. View her full profile here.
Prof.dr. P.J. Smith
Paul Smith is a Emeritus Professor of French Literature at the Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society. His research focuses on 16th-, 17th - and 20th-century French literature, its reception in the Netherlands, French and Dutch fable and emblem books, literary rhetoric and Renaissance zoology. View his full profile here.