Scott M. Sanders

|Associate Professor
Academic Appointments
  • Associate Professor of French

  • Affiliated Faculty in Music

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My research investigates British and Caribbean influences on French performance culture. My first book, Voices from Beyond: Physiology, Sentience and the Uncanny in Eighteenth-Century French Literaturewon the 2021 Walker Cowen Memorial Prize for outstanding scholarship in eighteenth-century studies. My second book project, entitled In Nature's Darkness: The Black Atlantic on French Stages, examines the influence of the Black Atlantic on eighteenth-century French theater, especially in theatrical works produced across the naval admiralties in Metropolitan France, including the slave trading ports Bordeaux and Nantes.

Contact

Dartmouth Hall, Room 213A
HB 6087

Department(s)

French and Italian

Education

  • B.M. Indiana University
  • M.A. New York University
  • Ph.D. New York University

Selected Publications

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Works In Progress

In Nature's Darkness: The Black Atlantic on French Stages. (Book in progress)