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Stephanie Grace-Petinos

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Department of World Languages
Lecturer of French

McKee G10A
828.227.3873
spetinos@wcu.edu


Education:

  • Ph.D. in French (Medieval Literature/ Medieval Studies), CUNY Graduate Center, 2016
  • M.Phil. in French, CUNY Graduate Center, 2012
  • M.A. in French language and civilization , NYU (in Paris), 2008
  • B.A. in French, Lehigh University, 2007

Publications:

  • 2020: Journal article. “Precarious bodies in the Old French Ami et Amile.” Digital Philology: A Journal of Medieval CulturesMedieval Vulnerabilities. (Forthcoming 2020).
  • 2019: Journal in Edited Volume. “The Ecology of Relics in Philippe de Remi’s Le Roman de la Manekine.” Ed. Heide Estes. Medieval EcocriticismsAmsterdam University Press.
  • 2018: Journal in Edited Volume. “Happiness via Spiritual Transcendence in a Selection of Old French Texts.” Ed. Bryan Turner, Yuri Contreras-Vejar and Joanna Tice. Exploring Happiness. Journal article: “Leprosy as locus of divine touch in Ami et Amile.” Paroles Gelées.
  • 2016: Journal Article. “Woman as Victim and Vehicle of Redemption in the Search for Holiness: Marie de France’s Fresne.” Hortulus 12:2 (Spring 2016).
  • 2015: Journal Article. “Renunciation as point of departure in Marie de France’s Eliduc.” Anamesa 13:2 (Fall 2015): 10-20. Book review. Review of The Books and the Life of Judith of Flanders, by Mary Dockray-Miller, Hortulus 11:2 (Spring 2015).
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