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 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 

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.