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B. Christopher Wood

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Sixteenth and seventeenth-century literature and culture; French language pedagogy

bw2218@columbia.edu 
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B. Christopher Wood has been teaching French language in the department since 2007; he has also taught "Major Literary Works to 1800" and translation. He received his Ph.D. (2005) from New York University in French Literature; his dissertation, entitled "Fictions galantes : le «roman sentimental» en France (1596-1610)", examines a large corpus of late Renaissance French novels and their literary context. His research interests are primarily centered on Early-Modern European fiction, social phenomena and cultural production, and on narratology. He has also taught at NYU, the New School University, Saint John’s University, CUNY, and Rutgers University.

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