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Graduate Program

The University of Virginia graduate program in French ranks among the top graduate programs in the nation. The wealth of the faculty, the diversity of research interests represented by the department, and the strong cross-disciplinary ties with other departments and programs assure that any student entering the program will quickly discover an atmosphere that cultivates rigorous intellectual engagement on a wide spectrum of issues. Whether interested in exploring subjects within fixed historical perimeters (e.g., the material culture of the medieval world, the horrors of the baroque, African orality, or Francophone cinema) or attracted to transhistorical topics (e.g., travel and exploration, text/image studies, or history and nostalgia), the prospective student is sure to find a vibrant community of faculty and fellow students interested in related issues.

For specific details about the program, see the Department of French Graduate Handbook .

Also see the Graduate Record online Here.

 

Contacts

Director of Graduate Studies 
Ari Blatt 
205 Levering Hall
University of Virginia
Charlottesville, VA 22904
434-924-7738
ajb6f@virginia.edu

 

2014-2015  Elected Representative:

Ph.D. Representative: Antoine Guibal

M.A. Representative: Casey Shannon

GSAS Representative: Brett Chancellor

Department Mediator:  Holly Runde