Bard College at Simon's Rock: the Early College

Faculty Forum with David Franco, Faculty in Languages and Literature

Monday, November 28

Fisher Science Center - Clark Auditorium


Dr. Franco’s research examines the notion of heroism in 17th century French drama, with Greek mythology and Classical tragedy as points of reference. His current book project, entitled Corneille: a Tragedy of the Ethos, focuses on the works of Pierre Corneille, and challenges the myth of a dazzling cornelian hero by showing his struggle to obtain recognition.

His work has appeared in French Studies, The French Review, and at Classiques Garnier. A native Spanish speaker, Dr. Franco has extensively taught both language and Literature classes in French, Spanish and English. He has presented his work at the annual conference of SE17 (Sociéte d’Études du dix-septième siècle français) and at the University of Gent, Belgium. He joined the faculty at Simon's Rock in 2019.

The Faculty Forum provides an opportunity to hear from our colleagues about the scholarly and creative work they do outside the classroom. In an informal setting that encourages discovery and dialogue, faculty discuss their works-in-progress or recently completed projects. All members of the Simon’s Rock community are welcome-faculty, staff, students, and friends- along with members of the general public.  
 

Cost: Free

Contact:
David Franco

Phone: 413-528-7625

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