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Eduardo Febles

Eduardo Febles
Department Chair; Associate Professor, French
Office Hours
Mondays 3:00-400 and Fridays 11:00-12:00 for Fall 2014

Professor Febles, a native of Puerto Rico, received a B.A. in French and Political Economy from Tulane University, and an M.A. and Ph.D. in French Studies from Brown University. He has also studied at L'École Normale Supérieure, L'Institut d'Études Politiques and La Sorbonne in Paris. He has taught at Goucher College and Brandeis University. His research focuses on the intersections between politics and literature especially in 19th century France. His book entitled "Explosive Narratives: Anarchy and Terrorism in the Works of Emile Zola" is forthcoming with Rodopi Press. He is presently preparing a student edition of Zola's Germinal. He is also the author of several scholarly articles, book reviews, and short stories. He was awarded the Dean's Award for Exceptional Teaching in 2008.