Joanna Stalnaker recently contributed a chapter entitled “Rousseau’s First Person” to A History of Modern French Literature, published by Princeton. A chapter on Rousseau and Diderot’s silent dialogue at the end of their lives appeared in the volume Thinking with Rousseau, published by Cambridge. She spoke alongside Jonathan Israel, Brian Klug and Richard Wolin at a symposium in Lund, Sweden on “What’s Left of the Enlightenment?” In addition to her regular teaching, she is currently offering a course for Columbia alumni on the literary self-portrait from Montaigne to Colette.
Elizabeth Marcus has joined Stanford University as a Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Humanities. Laure Astourian has joined Bentley University as an Assistant Professor. Yohann Ripert has joined Stetson University as an Assistant Professor.