Corina M. Stan


Corina Stan (BA, Sorbonne; MA, Denis Diderot; PhD, Duke University): Currently associate professor of comparative literature at Duke University, I work in the areas of twentieth- and twenty-first century comparative literature (in English, French and German), the intersection of literature and moral philosophy, critical theory, and the sociology of intellectuals. Before joining Duke’s English Department , I was assistant professor at Leiden University College the Hague, Netherlands, where I also directed the Brill-Nijhoff Writing Institute. At Duke, I teach courses on comparative modernism across the arts, political theater, community and migration, historical fiction, theory and the contemporary world. Between 2017 and 2020 I was co-director of the Mellon project Representing Migration Humanities Lab and am currently co-editing The Palgrave Handbook of European Migration in Literature and Culture (forthcoming 2023.)

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