Ingrid Leventhal, French Instructor, Geffen Academy at UCLA

Dissertation: “L’autre chez nous: Defining the National Body in French Literature, 1800-1848,” under the supervision of Natania Meeker, 2017

Emilie Garrigou-Kempton, Visiting Assistant Professor of French, Pomona

Dissertation: “Hysteria in Lourdes and Miracles at the Salpêtrière: The Intersection of Faith and Medical Discourse in Late Nineteenth-Century French Literature,” under the supervision of Natania Meeker, 2016

Katy Le Bris, Freelance cultural and educational consultant, Portland, OR

Dissertation: “Law and Disorder: Literary Case Studies of the Great Criminal in the Shadow of the Guillotine,” under the supervision of Peggy Kamuf, 2015

Lucille Toth, Assistant Professor of French, Ohio State University – Newark

Dissertation: “Danser la maladie, contaminer la beauté: a viral approach to the (choreo)graphed body,” under the supervision of Natania Meeker, 2014

Olivier Roland, Freelance film producer, Belgium

Dissertation: “La galvanisation du corps: le cinéma français et la biopolitique,” under the supervision of Akira Mizuta Lippit, 2013

James Rowlins, Rocks Film Festivals Director

Dissertation: “Deadly deviations, subversive cinema: the influence of Hollywood film noir on the French new wave,” under the supervision of Karen Pinkus, 2012

Laurence Clerfeuille, Associate Professor of French, Saint Michael’s College

Dissertation: “Révoltes sans témoin: la tracée du marronnage dans la littérature haïtienne,” under the supervision of Panivong Norindr, 2010

Claire Nettleton, Academic Curator at Benton Museum of Art at Pomona College

Dissertation: “Primal Perception: The Artist as Animal in Nineteenth-Century France,” under the supervision of Antónia Szabari, 2010

Barbara Boyer, Associate Professor of French, Gonzaga University

Dissertation: “Histoire, nation et identité: les femmes dans l’espace autobiographique entre la France et l’Algérie,” under the supervision of Panivong Norindr, 2008

Leticia Villaseñor, Social Studies Instructor, St. Pius – St. Malachi Academy

Dissertation: “Memory Transformations in Postwar France: Contemporary Shoah Films and Literature and Their Ethical Implications,” under the supervision of Panivong Norindr, 2007