Mythology: From Ancient to Post-Modern

By Jürgen Kleist; Bruce A. Butterfield | Go to book overview

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Thomas J. Braga is Professor of French and Portuguese at SUNY Plattsburgh, where he founded the Campus Poets Series. Braga has published a number of essays on French and Luso-Brazilian literary figures including Tristan L'Hermite, Molière, Racine, Florbela Espanca and Castro Alves, as well as an article on liberation theology. To date he has published three chapbooks of his poetry and given readings of his works in English, French, Portuguese and Spanish. Braga received his Ph.D. from Rice University.

Armelle Crouzières-Ingenthron is a Preceptor in French at Boston University. She has published critical articles in various journals about French Literature, and she holds the M.A. in French Literature ( Boston College) as well as degrees from the Sorbonne. Crouzieres-Ingenthron is a doctoral candidate at Boston College.

Sylvie Debevec Henning is an Associate Professor of French at SUNY Plattsburgh and chair of the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures. She is the author of Genet's Ritual Play, and Beckett's Critical Complicity: Carnival, Contestation and Tradition, which received the 1987 M/MLA Book Prize. She has also written numerous articles on contemporary French Literature and Theory.

Renée Delgado teaches in the Spanish Department at the University of Houston.

Barbara Fischer is Assistant Professor of German at Concordia College, Minnesota, Institute for German Studies. She received her Ph. D. from the University of California at San Diego and has published articles on German Literature.

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