Soraya Limare

Soraya Limare

Research interests
Literary representations of the Haitian Revolution, Francophone Literature, Caribbean Literature, childhood narratives, travel narratives, women and gender studies, theater, philosophy of translation, digital humanities.

Courses taught
Contemporary Civilization, Core Curriculum (Columbia University, 2023-2024)

Contemporary French Literature in a Global Context (Reid Hall, Summer 2022)

Teaching Assistant for “French Theory in a Global Context” course taught by Profs. Madeleine Dobie and Thomas Dodman (Columbia University, Spring 2022)

Intro to French and Francophone Studies Part 1
(Columbia University, Fall 2021)
French 3405 Third Year Grammar and Composition
(Columbia University, Spring 2021)

Teaching Assistant for “The Caribbean Digital” course taught by Profs. Kaiama Glover and Alex Gil (Columbia University, Fall 2020)

Beginning French 1: French Identity through visual media (Harvard University)

Intensive Beginning French: Parisian Identity through visual media (Harvard University)

Digital Fellow, Barnard Digital Humanities Center (Fall 2019-Spring 2021) 

Camargo Fellowship (Cassis, France, Fall 2022)

Heyman Center Fellowship (Columbia University, 2023-2024)

Editorial roles
Managing Editor, archipelagos journal

Contributor, In the Same Boats: Toward an Afro-Atlantic Intellectual Cartography.

Previous studies and degrees
Ecole Normale Supérieure-Ulm (A/L 2013)

BA in French Literature (Paris IV Sorbonne, 2014)

MA in Comparative Literature (Paris IV Sorbonne, 2015)

MA and MPhil in French (Columbia University, 2020-2021)