Featured Faculty

Each year the History and Literature program brings leading Columbia faculty to Paris to exclusively teach our M.A. students. Below is a list of upcoming, current, and previous HILI instructional faculty. 

Instructional Faculty 2021-2022

Carol Gluck
Carol Gluck
Carol Gluck

George Sansom Professor of History and Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures, Department of History.

Fall 2021

Pablo Piccato
Pablo Piccato
Pablo Piccato

Columbia Professor of History

Spring 2022

Dorothea von Mücke
Dorothea von Mücke
Dorothea von Mücke

Columbia University Professor of Germanic Languages

Summer 2022

Instructional Faculty 2020-2021

HILI is on hiatus for the 2020-2021 academic year.

Pierre Force
Pierre Force
Pierre Force

Professor of French and Romance Philology

Fall 2020

Malgazorta Mazurek
Malgazorta Mazurek
Malgazorta Mazurek

Associate Professor

Spring 2021

Stephanie McCurry
Stephanie McCurry
Stephanie McCurry

R. Gordon Hoxie Professor of American History in Honor of Dwight D. Eisenhower

Summer 2021

Instructional Faculty 2019-2020

Joseph Slaughter
Joseph Slaughter
Joseph Slaughter

Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature, English & Comp Literature

Course: Cultural Appropriation and World Literature, Fall 2019.

Michael Stanislawski
Michael Stanislawski
Michael Stanislawski

Nathan J. Miller Professor of Jewish History

Course: Nationalism and Cosmopolitism, Spring 2020.

Charly Coleman
Charly Coleman
Charly Coleman

Associate Professor of History, Department of History

Course: Enlightenment Legacies, Summer 2020.

Instructional Faculty 2018-2019

Pierre Force
Pierre Force
Pierre Force

Professor of French and Romance Philology.

Course: French America (1534-1804).

Carol Gluck
Carol Gluck
Carol Gluck

George Sansom Professor of History and Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures, Department of History.

Course: Narratives of World War II.

Thomas Dodman
Thomas Dodman

Assistant Professor of French.

 

Instructional Faculty 2017-2018

Jenny M. Davidson
Jenny M. Davidson
Jenny M. Davidson

Columbia University Professor of English and Comparative Literature.

Course: "Epic Histories."

Jean-Philippe Dedieu
Jean-Philippe Dedieu
Jean-Philippe Dedieu

Invited Instructor Fall 2017.

Course: Minorities in France: Exiled histories, Contested Memories, Collective Protests.

Joseph A. Howley
Joseph A. Howley
Joseph A. Howley

Columbia University Assistant Professor of Classics.

Course: Global Histories of the Book.

Loren Wolfe
Loren Wolfe
Loren Wolfe

Invited Instructor Fall 2017.

Instructional Faculty 2016-2017

Marcellus Blount
Marcellus Blount
Marcellus Blount

Columbia University Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature.

Course: Writing from France: Black Expatriates in Paris. 

Michael Stanislawski
Michael Stanislawski
Michael Stanislawski

Columbia University Nathan J. Miller Professor of Jewish History, Department of History.

Course: From Enlightenment to Romanticism in French thought (1700-1848)

Dorothea von Mücke
Dorothea von Mücke
Dorothea von Mücke

Columbia University Professor of Germanic Languages.

Course: Aesthetics and Philosophy of History

Jean-Philippe Dedieu
Jean-Philippe Dedieu
Jean-Philippe Dedieu

Invited Instructor 2016-2017

Loren Wolfe
Loren Wolfe
Loren Wolfe

Invited Instructor 2016-2017

Instructional Faculty 2015-2016

Carol Gluck
Carol Gluck
Carol Gluck

George Sansom Professor of History and Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures, Department of History.

Course: Narratives of World War II.

Joseph Slaughter
Joseph Slaughter
Joseph Slaughter

Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature, English & Comp Literature. 

Course: Plagiarism and Postcolonialism.

 

Gregory Mann
Gregory Mann
Gregory Mann

Professor of History, Department of History.

Course: Africa and France.

Instructional Faculty 2014-2015

Marianne Hirsch, William Peterfield Trent Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University. Course: The Voice of the Witness.

Leo Spitzer, Visiting Professor of Oral History. Course: The Voice of the Witness.

Philippe Roger, Invited Instructor. Course: The Century of Intellectuels.

Eric Foner, DeWitt Clinton Professor Emeritus of History. Course: History and Literature of Slavery. 

Instructional Faculty 2013-2014

Brent Edwards, Professor of English and Comparative Literature. Course: The Archival Imagination.

Sylvie Aprile, Invited Instructor. Course: Legacies of the First World War: History, Memory and Literature.

Emmanuelle Saada, Professor of French and of History; Director of the Center for French and Francophone Studies. Course: The Nation-Between History and Literature. 

Instructional Faculty 2012-2013

Carol Gluck, George Sansom Professor of History and Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures, Department of History. Course: Narratives of World War II.

Vincent Debaene, Associate Professor of French. Course: Le Point de vue de l'indigène (1930-1970).

Carl Wennerlind, Associate Professor, Barnard College. Course: Defoe's London. 

 

Instructional Faculty 2011-2012

Elisabeth Ladenson, Professor of French and Romance Philology; Chair, Department of French and Romance Philology. Course: The Realistic Novel in Context.

Robert Morrissey, Invited Instructor. Course: Rousseau's Confessions.

Eric Foner, DeWitt Clinton Professor Emeritus of History. Course: History and Literature of Slavery.