Associate Professor of French
Lynn Anderson received her Ph.D. in French from Princeton University and is Associate Professor of French at the University of West Georgia. She has published on poets Jacques Réda (Romanic Review; Dalhousie French Studies; Australian Journal of French Studies), Philippe Jaccottet (L’Érudit franco-espagnol) and Du Bellay (Romance Quarterly). She is a specialist in modern French poetry and teaches courses on the poetry of city spaces, 19th and 20th century French literature, and film studies. Her research interests include the structure of poetic language, spatial literary studies, interdisciplinary approaches between the arts and literature, and film studies.