CURRICULUM VITAE

Name: Melanie Conroy Department:World Languages & Literatures


EDUCATION
DEGREES DISCIPLINE INSTITUTION YEAR
Ph.D. French Stanford University 2012
M.A French Université de Paris VIII 2005
M.A. Comparative Literature SUNY Buffalo 2004
BA English (Honors) and Creative Writing University of Alberta 2000

EXPERIENCE
RANK/POSITION DEPARTMENT/DIVISION INSTITUTION/COMPANY/ORGANIZATION PERIOD
Associate Professor Department of World Languages and Literature University of Memphis 2019-present
Assistant Professor Department of World Languages and Literature University of Memphis 2013-2019
Lecturer Thinking Matters program Stanford University 2012-2013
Lab Manager Humanities + Design Lab, CESTA Stanford University 2012-2013
Teaching Assistant Division of Cultures, Languages, and Literatures Stanford University 2007-2012
Lecturer (Lectrice) English Department École normale supérieure-Lyon 2004-2005
Lecturer (Lectrice) Charles V (English Institute) University of Paris VII 2002-2003
Teaching Assistant Comparative Literature University at Buffalo 2001-2004

HONORS/AWARDS
HONOR/AWARD INSTITUTION/COMPANY/ORGANIZATION YEAR
Humanities Research Publication grant ($1,100) UM Research and Innovation 2023
Convener of "Digital Humanities Methods," a Community of Research Scholars ($3,200 budget) Department of Research and Innovation 2018-2019
Freeburg Fellowship University of Memphis 2017
Faculty Research Grant University of Memphis 2016
Teagle Foundation Teaching Grant Stanford University 2012-2013
Digital Humanities Fellowship, Early Modern Time + Networks Stanford University 2012-2013
Ignite Fellowship Stanford Business School 2012
Whiting Dissertation Completion Fellowship Stanford University 2012-2013
Geballe Dissertation Completion Fellowship (declined) Stanford University 2012-2013
Graduate Research Opportunity (GRO) award Stanford University 2008
Canadian National Student Exchange Fellowship University of Montreal 2004
Presidential Fellowship University at Buffalo 2001-2004
Restoration Drama Prize University of Alberta 2000
James Patrick Folinsbee Prize in English University of Alberta 1999

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
SUBJECT INSTITUTION
French language, literature, and culture University of Memphis
French language, literature, and culture Stanford University
Philosophy and Literature Stanford University
Thinking Matters Stanford University
Academic Writing & Advanced English Ecole Normale Supérieure - LSH, Lyon
French/English Translation & Advanced English Charles V, Université de Paris VII
Comparative Literature University at Bufffalo
English Composition University at Bufffalo


STUDENT ADVISING/MENTORING
CURRENT DEGREE NAME YEAR OF GRADUATION
PhD Dora Berry 2016
PhD Kyra Clapper 2021

Books Published

Literary Geographies in Balzac and Proust. Elements in Digital Literary Studies. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2021. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108992923

Book Reviews

Review of Dorothea Heitsch and Jeremie C. Korta, eds., Early Modern Visions of Space: France and Beyond. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2021. 

Review of The Courtesan and the Gigolo: The Murders in the Rue Montaigne and the Dark Side of Empire in Nineteenth-Century Paris by Aaron Freundschuh, French Review 91.3 (2018), p.236.

Review of Youth and Empire: Trans-Colonial Childhoods in British and French Asia by David M. Pomfret, French Review 91.4 (2016), p.283.

Review of "Authority in Crisis in French Literature, 1850-1880" by Seth Whidden, SHARP News: the quarterly publication of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing (2015).

Review of "The Economy of Glory: From Ancien Régime France to the Fall of Napoléon." Robert Morrissey. Trans. Teresa Lavender Fagan (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2014), Nineteenth-Cetury French Studies (43-1.2 Fall-Winter 2014-15).

Review of "La Généalogie fantastique de Gérard de Nerval". Sylvie Lécuyer. Études nervaliennes et romantiques XIV (Namur: Presses Universitaires de Namur, 2011), Nineteenth-Century French Studies (43-1.2 Fall-Winter 2014-15).

Review of "La Poison," Sacha Guitry (London: Eureka, 2012), Modernism/modernity, Winter, 2014.

Review of "Beyond Citizenship? Feminism and the Transformation of Belonging," edited by Sasha Roseneil (Palgrave MacMillan, 2013), LSE Review of Books, December, 2013.

Review of "Proche-Orient: Le pouvoir, la terre et l’eau," Pierre Blanc (Paris: Sciences Po, 2012), LSE Review of Books, September, 2013.

Review of "Nature et souveraineté," Gérard Mairet (Paris: Sciences Po, 2012). LSE Review of Books, August 2013: http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/lsereviewofbooks/2013/08/06/book-review-nature-et-souverainete/

Review of "Femmes poètes du XIXe siècle: Une anthologie. Christine Planté" (Lyon: Presses Universitaires de Lyon, 2010). Nineteenth-Century French Studies: 39.3, pp. 350-52.

Refereed Journal Publications

Lyon

Kula

Geoffrins salons

“Frank Kafker and the social history of eighteenth-century encyclopedism,” with Gregory S. Brown, Specialized Dictionaries and Encyclopedias, 1650-1800, ed. Jeffrey Loveland, Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment, (Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 2024).

“French salons before and after the Revolution,” German and European Cultural Histories, 1760-1830: Between Network and Narrative, ed. Birgit Tautz and Crystal Hall, Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment (Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 2024), pp. 29-54.

"Thinking Literary Systems: Print and Digital Databases of Balzacians," The Balzac Review / Revue Balzac, n° 4, Theme: L'édition / Publishing, 2021: 81-94.

“Visualizing the Evolution of Historical Networks Using Small Multiples in Grid Charts,” with Kimmo Elo, Malte Rehbein, and Linda von Keyserlingk, Journal of Historical Network Research, Vol. 7 No. 1 (2022): 86-113.

“Networks, Maps, and Time: Visualizing Historical Networks Using Palladio,” Digital Humanities Quarterly, Volume 15, Number 1 (2021). http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/15/1/000534/000534.html

“Picturing the politics of resistance: Using image metadata and historical network analysis to map the East German opposition movement 1975-1990,” with Kimmo Elo, Digital histories: Emergent approaches within the new digital history (Helsinki University Press: Helsinki, 2020), 221-235. DOI https://doi.org/10.33134/HUP-5-13

“The Empire of Letters: Enlightenment-Era French Salons,” with Chloe Edmondson, Digitizing Enlightenment, edited by Simon Burrows and Glenn Roe, Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment (Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 2019), pp. 222-36.

“The Eighteenth-Century French Academic Network,” Networks of European Enlightenment, edited by Dan Edelstein and Chloe Summers Edmondson, Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment (Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 2019), pp. 225-49.

“Teaching Republican Culture through Caricature: The Scandal of Charlie Hebdo,” MLA's Teaching Representations of the French Revolution, edited by Julia V. Douthwaite, Catriona Seth, and Antoinette Sol (New York: MLA, 2018) pp. 128-39.

“The French Enlightenment Network” with Maria Comsa, Dan Edelstein, Chloe Summers Edmondson, and Claude Willan The Journal of Modern History 88:3 (2016), pp. 495-534.

“The Milieu of the Prisoner-of-War Camp in La Grande Illusion,” Romance Notes, Vol 55: 3 (2015), pp. 371-384.

“Before the ‘Inward Turn’: Tracing Represented Thought in the French Novel (1800-1929),” Poetics Today 35 (2014):1-2, pp. 115-169.

“Reviving the Art of Sociability: Madame de Genlis’s Post-Revolutionary Salon at the Arsenal,” Special Issue of RELIEF, Madame de Genlis et la pensée des Lumières, edited by Alicia C. Montoya, 7:1 (2013), pp. 106-122.

“Comment se vendre: L’escroquerie et le marketing dans La vie publique et privée de Mossieu Réac de Nadar,” Médias 19 (2013): http://www.medias19.org/index.php?id=13388

“Spontaneity and Moral Certainty in Benjamin Constant’s Adolphe,” in Nineteenth-Century French Studies, 40: 3-4 (2012), pp. 222-238.

Refereed Conference Publications

Stael's salon

Conroy, M., Gillmann, C., Harvey, F., Mchedlidze, T., Fabrikant, S. I., Windhager, F. et al. (2024). “Uncertainty in Humanities Network Visualization.” Frontiers in Communication 8, Special Issue: Visualization Research in the Digital Humanities, https://doi.org/10.3389/fcomm.2023.1305137

“Quantifying the Gap: The Gender Gap in French Writers’ Wikidata.” Journal of Cultural Analytics. 8.2 (2023), doi:10.22148/001c.74068.

“Literary Readings in Post-Revolutionary Salons: The Gendering of Listening and Speaking,” Women in French, Women In French Studies Special Conference Issue. Le bruit des femmes, 2019: 93-103.

“Le réseau français des Lumières,” in Actes du colloque Inventorier les correspondances (2019), translated from Comsa et al.“The French Enlightenment Network”, The Journal of Modern History, Volume 88.3: 2016, 2019.

“Networks of the Enlightenment,” The Workshop, Number Six: Number, Measure, Scale, University of Indiana-Bloomington, 2019, 80-91.

"Real-Life Technology and the L2 French Classroom: Using Images, Charts, and Maps to Stimulate Conversation," AATF 2014 Conference Proceedings.

Non-Refereed Publications

“Visualizing Networks and Temporality,” Dagstuhl Reports, with Kimmo Elde, Gerhard Heyer, Fotis Jannidis, Malte Rehbein, Antonis Symvonis, and Scott Weingart (accepted January, 2019).

3 Encyclopedia Entries: “Adolphe,” “The Prince of Carency. A Novel,” and “Secret Memoirs of the Duke and Duchess of O,” The Cambridge Guide to the Eighteenth-Century Novel, 1660-1820, edited by April London, accepted March, 2018.

Invited note: “Visualizing Social Networks: Palladio and the Encyclopédistes,” (In)forming Revolution: Information Networks in the Age of Revolutions, edited by Brian Banks, Age of Revolutions, September, 2017: https://ageofrevolutions.com/2017/09/25/visualizing-social-networks-palladio-and-the-encyclopedistes-pt-i/

"Frank Kafker (1931-2020)," French Historical Studies, 43:3, 2020, obituary. Also appeared in the Voltaire Foundation blog and H-France.

Invited Note: "The Salons Project: a digital approach to eighteenth-century French salons," Voltaire Foundation, University of Oxford, March 28, 2019. https://voltairefoundation.wordpress.com/2019/02/19/the-salons-project-a-digital-approach-to-eighteenth-century-french-salons/

Presentations - Conference (refereed *)

"Tracer la circulation des savoirs dans les réseaux littéraires parisiens, 1750 à 1850.” Part of the session De la transformation des sciences humaines par les humanités numériques (colloque du CRIHN-GREN 2023),” University of Montreal, Montreal, Canada, May 8, 2023.

“Mapping Eighteenth-Century Literary Data,” American Society of Eighteenth-Century Studies, Washington University, St Louis, March 10, 2023.

“Tracking Proust's geography: What we know about places in In Search of Lost Time,” French Department, Washington University, November, 2022.

“A Short History of centerNet,” Networking Digital Humanities Centres,” Building Digital Humanities Symposium, University Western Australia, Sydney Australia, November 15, 2022.

“Mapping the Edges of Empire: Les Indes as Transitional Space,” Nineteenth-Century French Studies, New York, NY, November, 2022.

“The Language of Reviewers: Sentiment, Ratings, and Style in Japanese-Language Amazon Video Reviews,” with Hironori Nishi, Digital Humanities 2022 (DH2022), Tokyo, July, 2022. (Moved online).

“Querying and Curating Wikidata for Smaller Literary Networks,” Digitizing Enlightenment V, University of Montpellier, France, July 7, 2022.

“Using Wikidata to Map the Multilingualism of ‘La littérature-monde,’” DH Unbound 2022, Virtual Conference, Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH), the Canadian Society of Digital Humanities/société canadienne des humanités numériques (CSDH/SCHN), and Humanistica, May 19, 2022.

“Critical Geography as a Method for Visualizing Imperial Biases,” American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (52nd Annual Meeting), Baltimore, March 31-April 2, 2022.

“The Problem of Ego Networks in Humanities Data,” Graphs and Networks in the Humanities 2022, Technologies, Models, Analyses, and Visualizations, 6th International Conference, February 3-4, 2022, Amsterdam. (Moved Online).

"in the Shadow of Voltaire: commemorations, remembrances, and echoes of François-Marie Arouet in late 18th century and early 19th century French salons," BSECS 50th Annual Conference, British Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, January 9, 2021.

Metrics for Distant Reading Literary History, DH2020, Ottawa, Canada, moved to online due to COVID 19.

"Transformation of Eighteenth-Century Studies" Sydney Digital Humanities Research Group Seminar (with Simon Burrows), November 12, 2020.

“Anticipations of Animation: Émile Cohl’s Transition from Caricature to Cinema,” 45th Annual Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium, Sarasota, Florida, November, 2019.

“Mapping Balzac: Methods for Literary Geography,” South Atlantic Modern Language Association, Atlanta, GA, November, 2019.

“L’Esprit de société and Networked Identities,” International Congress on the Enlightenment, University of Edinburgh, July, 2019.

“Metrics for Eighteenth-Century French Literary History,” Digitizing Enlightenment IV, University of Edinburgh, July, 2019.

“Roundtable: How to re-construct a social network?,” Digitizing Enlightenment III, University of Oxford, Maison française, July, 2018.

“Project Presentation: The Salons Project,” Digitizing Enlightenment III, University of Oxford, Maison française, July, 2018.

"Literary Readings in Post-Revolutionary Salons: Feminine Versus Masculine Styles," Women in French, Tallahassee, Florida, February, 2018.

"Strategies for Using Caricatures in the Classroom," Teaching and Learning of Cultures SIG, ACTFL, Nashville, November, 2017.

“Stylized Lives in Delphine de Girardin’s Lettres parisiennes (1843),” Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium, Charlottesville, November, Virginia, 2017.

“Enlightenment-Era French Academies and Salons as Networks,” Bloomington Eighteenth-Century Studies Workshop, University of Indiana-Bloomington, May, 2017.

“Mapping Social Networks in Space and Time: Tools for Digital History,” French Historical Studies, DC, April, 2017.

“Digital Humanities Roundtable,” French Historical Studies, Washington, DC, April, 2017.

“Salon Networks Before and After the French Revolution,” Network@1800, Bowdoin College, April, 2017.

“The Global Geography of Le Curé de village,” Nineteenth-Century French Studies, Brown University, Providence, RI, October, 2016.

"Nineteenth-Century Salons: A Latter-Day ‘Republic of Letters’?," The Making of the Humanities V Conference, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, October, 2016.

“Spying on the Dead: Contemporary Ethics of Privacy for the Pre-Internet Age,” American Association of Comparative Literature, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, March, 2016.

"The Ecosystem of Print: The Case of Delphine de Girardin’s Parisian Salon," Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies, Appalachian State University, Asheville, NC, March, 2016.

“Literary Readings in the Age of the Newspaper: Delphine de Girardin’s Parisian Salon, 1836-1843,” Society for French Historical Studies, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, March, 2016.

"Social Versus Spatial Networks in Balzac’s Human Geography," American Association of Comparative Literature, Seattle, WA, March, 2015.

"Reclaiming Feminist Literary History through Digital Mapping," Northeastern Modern Language Association, Toronto, ON, May, 2015.

“Collections or Collectivities: Physionomies as Interconnected Fluid Systems,” Nineteenth-Century French Studies, San Juan, PR, October, 2014.

“Networks in Literary History: The Salons Project,” Digital Humanities Forum, University of Kansas, September, 2014.

“Using Images, Charts, and Maps to Stimulate Conversation,” Association of American Teachers of French, New Orleans, LA, July, 2014.

“Ethics and the Novel: Kant versus Constant,” Midsouth Philosophy Conference, Rhodes College, Memphis, TN, February, 2013.

“Street Art and the Paris Establishment: The Case of le M.U.R.,” The Association for the Study of the Arts of the Present, Detroit, MI, October, 2013.

“From the Faubourg Saint-Germain to the Bas Fonds: Mapping the Trajectories of Balzac’s Minor Characters,” Nineteenth-Century French Studies Conference, Richmond, VA, October, 2013.

“Street Art and the Paris Establishment: The Case of le M.U.R.,” The Association for the Study of the Arts of the Present, Detroit, MI, October, 2013.

“Literary Salons, Bourgeois Cercles: Social Networks and the Aesthetics of the Post-Revolutionary Salon,” American Comparative Literature Association, University of Toronto, April, 2013 part of panel “Occupy the Territory: Mapping and Unmapping Social Space in Nineteenth-Century Europe,” organized with Meghan Freeman, Oregon State University.

“Mapping French Salons: 1700-1914,” LENS Mapping People Symposium, University of Redlands, Redlands, CA, October, 2012.

“The bal bourgeois: Taste, Excess, and Social Distinction,” Nineteenth-Century French Studies Conference, Raleigh, NC, October, 2012.

“Comment se vendre : L’escroquerie et le marketing dans ‘La vie publique et privée de mossieu Réac’ de Nadar,” Presse, prostitution, bas-fonds dans l'espace médiatique francophone, Colloque international, Québec, Canada, June, 2012.

“Enrichissez-vous: Speculation in the comédies-vaudevilles and Balzac,” American Comparative Literature Association, Providence, RI, March, 2012.

“The Melodrama of History: Carlyle, Dickens, and Sand on the Morality of the Revolution,” Modern Language Association, Seattle, WA, January, 2012.

“Above the Law: Reviving the Marquise de Brinvilliers,” Nineteenth-Century French Studies Conference, Philadelphia, PA, October, 2011.

“French Salons: Death or Renewal? The Case of Sophie Gay and Delphine de Girardin,” Humanities Education and Research Association, San Francisco, CA, February, 2011.

“The Cult of the Nobility: Nineteenth-Century Heraldry and Arms,” Nineteenth-Century French Studies Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, October, 2009.

“Balzac and the Stock Market,” Nineteenth-Century French Studies Conference, Salt Lake City, UT, October, 2009.

“Adolphe: The Necessary Destruction of Tradition, Spontaneity and Unreason,” University of Chicago, IL, Romance Languages Graduate Conference, May, 2009.

“Anti-Romantic War Heroes: T.E. Lawrence and René Char,” Avatars: Personae, Heteronyms, Pseudonyms, Comparative Literature Graduate Conference, Stanford University, CA, April, 2009.

“Hegel and Death Culture,” History of Ideas Conference, SUNY at Buffalo, NY, April, 2002.

"The Conception of La fille maudite: Luce Irigaray and France Théoret,” Representing Women: Francophone Literature Conference, French Department, University at Buffalo, NY, March, 2002.

Presentations - Universities/Industry (refereed *)

“Mapping Social Networks in Smaller Datasets,” Humanities Data Science and Methodology, TU Darmstadt, November 20, 2023 (virtual).

“On Networking: Enlightenment-Era French Salons,” keynote at the conference “The Salon and the Senses in the Long Eighteenth Century: Interdisciplinary Perspectives,” Rutgers University, March 4, 2021.

“The Empire of Letters: Enlightenment-Era French Salons,” with Chloe Edmondson, Networks of European Enlightenment Conference, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, April, 2016.

"Social Networks in the Enlightenment: The Case of Parisian Salons," Marcus Orr Center for the Humanities` Brown Bag talk, University of Memphis, September, 2015.

"The Milieu of the Prisoner-of-War Camp in La Grande Illusion," University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, NC, April, 2015.

“French Salons and Utopian Ideals,” French Culture Workshop, Stanford University, CA, December, 2011.

“Stendhal: Audience Construction and Romantic Irony,” Aesthetics Workshop, Stanford University, CA, 2008.

Other Presentations (refereed *)

“Reclaiming the Indigenous: The Natchez and Chateaubriand in the Mississippi Valley,” Nineteenth-Century French Studies, Johns Hopkins, Baltimore, Maryland, November, 2023.

“Démographie et réseaux des femmes écrivains dans les salons parisiens, 1750-1830.” Part of the colloquium “Les ambassadrices de la République mondiale des lettres (1750-1950),” École Nationale Supérieure-Lyon, Lyon, France, October 19, 2023.

centerNet roundtable,  DH 2023, Graz, Austria, August, 2023.

Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) roundtable, DH 2023, Graz, Austria, August, 2023.

“Mapping Fuzzy Logic and Fictional Universes,” THAT Camp Alabama, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, August, 2013.

“Is Socialism the Opiate of the Masses?: Politics as Religion,” Modern Language Association, Philadelphia, PA, December, 2009.

“Noble Signs, Bourgeois Readers,” French Culture Workshop, Stanford University, CA May, 2009.


SUPPORT

(External)

ACTIVITY AGENCY/SOURCE AMOUNT PERIOD
Teaching GrantTeagle Foundation $1,500 2012-2013
Dissertation Completion FellowshipWhiting Foundation $38,000 2011-2012
Internal Support
ACTIVITY AGENCY/SOURCE AMOUNT PERIOD
Humanities Research Publication Grant Research and Innovation 1,100 2023
Digital Humanities Methods," a Community of Research Scholars Department of Research and Innovation 3,200 2018-2019
Freeburg Fellowship Marcus Orr Center for the Humanities   Spring 2017
CAS Faculty Research Grant College of Arts and Sciences $6,000 Summer 2016
CAS Travel Grant College of Arts and Sciences, University of Memphis $750 Fall 2015
Digital Humanities Fellowship, Early Modern Time + Networks Stanford University $3,000 2012-2013
Geballe Dissertation Completion Fellowship (declined) Stanford Humanities Center $32,000 2011-2012
Stanford DLCL Fellowship & Research Stipend Stanford University $270,000 2006-2011
Presidential Fellowship University at Buffalo $120,000 2001-2004
Restoration Drama Prize University of Alberta $100 2000
James Patrick Folinsbee Prize in English University of Alberta $100 1990
Louise McKinney Scholarship $3,500 University of Alberta 1998
Faculty of Arts Entrance Scholarship University of Alberta $12,000 1996

OUTREACH

Project/s summary

PROJECT PARTICIPANTS PERIOD SPONSORSHIP
Language Fair 2022 - La fête de la musique (video) World Languages and Literatures 2022  
Language Fair committee member   2019-2020  
Volunteer at Graduate Recruitment Fair Prospective students for MA programs Spring 2015, Spring 2016 U of M Graduate School
Volunteer at “Célébrons le français.” Local high school students and teachers May 2015 Alliance Française, Foreign Languages and Literatures
Volunteer at Campus Day Prospective students for MA programs 2015 Foreign Languages and Literatures
Volunteer at Discover Your Major Day High school students and their parents 2015 Foreign Languages and Literatures
Spring Jam! 2014, Neighborhood Christian Centers Students from French section Spring 2014 Foreign Languages and Literatures

SERVICE
UNIVERSITY COMMITTEE/ACTIVITY PERIOD
University of Memphis Faculty Senator for World Languages and Literatures 2022-2024
ADHO - Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (Deputy) Treasurer 2022-2025
centerNET Governance Board 2022-present
Digital Enlightenment Studies Editorial Board 2023-present
University of Memphis Undergraduate Advisor for French 2022-present
H-France Web Editor, Editorial Board 2022-present
University of Memphis WLL Advancement Committee  
University of Memphis Governors School reviewer 2023, 2024
University of Memphis AI Taskforce (co-chair) 2023
University of Memphis WLL World Literature Committee 2023
University of Memphis Search Committee for Sr. Associate Vice Provost for Institutional Effectiveness 2023
University of Memphis Search Committee for Visiting Assistant Professor of Chinese 2022
University of Western Australia International Scientific Committee for Building Digital Humanities 2022
University of Memphis Interim Director Marcus Orr Center for the Humanities 2020-2021
Dix-Neuf Reviewer 2022
University of Memphis Mary Pettus Thomas Scholarship Committee 2022
University of Memphis Ad hoc committee for hybrid teaching, WLL December 2020
University of Memphis Department of World Languages and Literatures Retention and Student Success Committee 2022
Swiss National Science Foundation Reviewer 2020
The Journal of the Western Society for French History Reviewer 2020
University of Memphis Humanities Representative to the University Council for Graduate Studies 2019-2022
University of Memphis Convener of "Digital Humanities Methods," a Community of Research Scholars funded by the Department of Research and Innovation 2019-2020
University of Memphis Coordinator of Second-Year Language Sequence 2017-2020
  Co-moderator of Nineteenth-Century French Studies Facebook Group (222 members) 2014-2020
University of Memphis Language Fair Committee (2020 Fair) 2019-2020
Fonds de recherche du Québec (FRGSC) in Canada Reviewer 2019, 2020
National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Reviewer 2019
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) in Germany Reviewer 2019
University of Memphis CAS Graduate Council Representative for World Languages and Literatures 2014-2018
University of Memphis Humanities representative on the Early Career Research Award committee 2015-2018
University of Memphis Placement Test Committee 2017-2018
University of Memphis MOCH Advisory Panel 2016-2017
University of Memphis Editor, World Languages and Literatures Gazette 2013-2017
University of Memphis French Club Faculty Advisor 2014-2017
University of Memphis Humanities representative on the CAS Travel Grant committee 2015-2017
University of Memphis Humanities representative on the CAS Alumni Distinguished Research Awards committee 2015-2016
University of Memphis Lille Study Abroad program Summer 2015
University of Memphis French Film Festival Fall 2014
University of Memphis Foreign Languages and Literatures Publications Committee 2014-2015
University of Memphis Search Committee for Chair of Foreign Languages and Literatures Fall 2013
Stanford University Networks: Ecological, Revolutionary, Digital, Thinking Matters Program, Coordinator Spring 2013
Stanford University Humanities + Design Lab 2012-2013
Stanford University Education as Self-Fashioning Program, Lecture Series Coordinator Fall 2012
Stanford University Philosophy and Literature, Coordinator 2009-2012
Stanford University French Culture Workshop, Coordinator 2009-2010
Stanford University Department of French and Italian, Student Representative 2008-2009
Stanford University The Republic of Letters Conference, Coordinator 2007
Stanford University Sports History and The Future of Sports, Coordinator 2008
Stanford University Philosophical Reading Group, Coordinator 2007-2008

Appendix A

Academic Year (please indicate year) Course # Course Name Credit Hours Percent Taught Enroll Labratory Supervised(S)/Instructed(I) New Preparation (Y) /(N)
Fall 2023 FREN 2020 M50 Intermediate French II 3 100 14   n
Fall 2023 FREN 2020 Intermediate French II 3 100 5   n
Fall 2023 FREN 3301 Conversation and Composition I 3 100 4   y
Fall 2023 UNHP 1100 French Culture and Luxury 1 100 14   n
Spring 2023 FREN 2020 Intermediate French II 3 100 8   n
Spring 2023 FREN 2020 M50 Intermediate French II 3 100 23   n
Spring 2022 FREN 2020 Intermediate French II 3 100 7   n
Spring 2022 FREN 3302 Conversation & Composition II 3 100 9   n
Spring 2022 FREN 7793 Francophone Visual Culture 3 100 3   n
Fall 2022 FREN 2020 Intermediate French II 3 100 4   n
Fall 2022 FREN 2020 M50 Intermediate French II 3 100 12   y
Fall 2022 FREN 4-6308 French Lit & Civ 1789-Present 3 100 6   n
Fall 2022 UNHP 1100 The Honors Forum - French Culture + Luxury 1 100 10   y
Fall 2022 FREN 2020 Intermediate French II 3.0 100 4   n
Fall 2022 FREN 2020 M50 Intermediate French II online 3.0 100 12   Y
Fall 2022 FREN 4-6308 French Lit & Civ 1789-Present 3.0 100 6   N
Fall 2022 Honors Forum French Luxury 1.0 100 10   Y
Spring 2022 FREN 2020 Intermediate French II 3.0 100 7   N
Spring 2022 FREN 3302 Conversation & Composition II 3.0 100 9   N
Spring 2022 FREN 7793 Francophone Visual Culture 3.0 100 3   N
Spring 2021 FREN 3301 Conversation and Composition (hybrid) 3.0 100 10   Y
Spring 2021 FREN 3302 Conversation and Composition (hybrid) 3.0 100 5   N
Fall 2021 FREN 2020 Intermediate French II 3.0 100 5   N
Fall 2021 FREN 3302 Conversation & Composition II 3.0 100 5   N
Fall 2021 FREN 43080 French Lit & Civ 1789-Present 3.0 100 3   Y
Fall 2021 FREN 7492 Resch In French Stds 3.0 100 1   Y
Fall 2021 FREN 7532 Research in Lit and Culture 3.0 100 1   Y
Fall 2020 FREN 2020 Intermediate French (remote) 3.0 100 16   Y
Fall 2020 FREN 2020 Intermediate French (remote) 3.0 100 18   Y
Spring 2020 FREN 2020 Intermediate French 3.0 100 14   N
Spring 2020 FREN 2020 Intermediate French 3.0 100 9   N
Spring 2020 FREN 7501 19th Century French Lit 3.0 100 4   N
Spring 2020 FREN 3302 Conversation and Composition (hybrid) 3.0 100 10   Y
2018-2019 FREN 2020 Intermediate French II 3.0 100 21   n
2018-2019 FREN 2020 Intermediate French II 3.0 100 11   n
2018-2019 FREN 3302 Conversation and Composition 3.0 100 5   n
2017-2018 FREN 2020 Intermediate French II 3.0 100 19   Y
2017-2018 FREN 2020 Intermediate French II 3.0 100 21   Y
2017-2018 FREN 4413/6413 19th-Century French Lit 3.0 100 7   N
2017-2018 FREN 2020 Intermediate French II 3.0 100 13   N
2017-2018 FREN 2020 Intermediate French II 3.0 100 14   N
2017-2018 FREN 3302 Conversation and Composition 3.0 100 8   Y
2016-2017 FREN 2020 Intermediate French II 3.0 100 24   N
2016-2017 FREN 2020 Intermediate French II 3.0 100 20   N
2016-2017 FREN 4413/6413 19th-Century French Lit 3.0 100 6   N
2015-2016 FREN 3411 Intro to French Lit 3.0 100 15   Y
2015-2016 FREN 2020 Intermediate French II 3.0 100 22   N
2015-2016 FREN 2020 Intermediate French II 3.0 100 18   N
2015-2016 FREN 3401 French Civilization 3.0 100 6   N
2015-2016 FREN 2020 Intermediate French II 3.0 100 20   N
2015-2016 FREN 2020 Intermediate French II 3.0 100 17   N
2014-2015 FREN 4413/6413 19th-Century French Lit 3.0 100 13   Y
2014-2015 FREN 2020 Intermediate French II 3.0 100 23   N
2014-2015 FREN 2020 Intermediate French II 3.0 100 6   N
2013-2014 FREN 2010 Intermediate French 3 100 17   Y
2013-2014 FREN 4679/6793 French and Francophone Visual Culture 3.0 100 9   Y
2013-2014 FREN 2010 Intermediate French I 3.0 100 16   N
2013-2014 FREN 2010 Intermediate French 3 100 23   Y
2013-2014 FREN 3401 French Civilization 3 100 14   Y
2013-2014 FREN 2010 Intermediate French I 3.0 100 21   N
2013-2014 FREN 2010 Intermediate French I 3.0 100 16   Y

Appendix B

I served on the PhD committee of Dr. Dora Berry. Dr. Berry received her PhD in Education in 2016.
 
I served on Kyra Clapper's MA committees in French and History. In 2015, Ms. Clapper was admitted to the PhD program in History at the University of Memphis. I am currently serving on Ms. Clapper's Dissertation Committee.
 
I have served on the French MA committees for Chelsea Hennessy, Séverine McClelland, Nathalie Barnoud, Megan Zarshenas, Elham Balan, Elizabeth Herlong, Randa Toutio, Shayla Hammami, and Ibrahima Diallo, most of whom found full-time work as French teachers in the mid-South.
 

Appendix C

I am working with the ARTFL project at the University of Chicago to update their navigation structure and enrich data on the encyclopédistes for their electronic version of the Encyclopédie. The work will be completed in Spring of 2019.
 
I co-authored the following dataset: Maria Comsa, Melanie Conroy, Dan Edelstein, Chloe Edmondson, and Claude Willan, “French correspondents of major Enlightenment figures,” Stanford Digital Repository (2014), http://purl.stanford.edu/bc436tm1194
 
I am the project co-leader on The Salons Project, part of the Mapping the Republic of Letters project: https://republicofletters.stanford.edu/. Project page: http://www.salonsproject.org
 
I am the project lead for Mapping Balzac: Places, Characters, and Events in La Comédie Humaine. Project website: http://www.mappingbalzac.org
 
I am the project lead for Nineteenth-Century Networks: European Literary, Intellectual & Social Networks 1789-1914 http://blogs.memphis.edu/19thcenturynetworks/
 
Working Papers “French Salons as Networks, Before and After 1800” (under review). “Networks, Maps, and Time: Visualizing Historical Networks Using Palladio” (under review). “Visualizing the Evolution of Networks in the Humanities,” with Kimmo Elde, Malte Rehbein and Linda von Keyerlingk (under review). “Network Visualization Challenges and Opportunities in Digital Humanities,” with Tamara Mchedlidze et al. (in progress). “’Worlding’ Balzac: The Global Geography of the Human Comedy” (in progress). “Balzac's Character System: The Novel as Network" (in progress).