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[FALL 1991] CURRICULUM VITAE: CHARLES JOSEPH STIVALE

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Home Address: 5440 Cass Ave., Apt. 502 Telephone: xxxxxx
Detroit, MI 48202

Professional Department of Romance Lanaguages & Literatures
Address: Wayne State University, 487 Manoogian Telephone:
Detroit, MI 48202 (313) 577-3002

[Not obligatory] Birthdate: xxxxx Birthplace: xxxxx
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EDUCATION
Ph.D. 1981: University of Illinois-Urbana (French Literature)
Dissertation: Oeuvre de sentiment, oeuvre de combat: la Trilogie Jacques Vingtras" de Jules Vallès. -DAI-, 42 (1981), p. 691-A (Director: Robert J. Nelson)
Maîtrise 1974: Université de Paris, Sorbonne-Paris IV (French Literature)
M.A. 1973: Université de Paris, Sorbonne-Paris IV (French Civilization)
B.A. 1971: Knox College (Modern Language major: French/German)
Diploma 1967: Cascia Hall Preparatory School, Tulsa, OK

TEACHING AND ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE
1990-present: Associate Professor, Wayne State University, Department of Romance Languages & Literatures
1986-1990: Assistant Professor, Tulane University, Department of French and Italian
1982-1986: Assistant Professor, Franklin and Marshall College, Department of French and Italian
1981-1982: Resident Director, CIEE Cooperative Study Center, Université de Haute-Bretagne, Rennes, France
1980-1981: Instructor, Western Michigan University, Department of Modern and Classical Languages
1977-1980 Teaching and Research Assistant, University of Illinois, Department of French
1976-1977: Resident Director, Knox College Junior Year Abroad Program, Besançon, France

CONCURRENT PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
1988-present Member of Editorial Board, -Cincinnati Romance Review-
1990-present Field bibliographer, MLA International Bibliography-

HONORS AND AWARDS
1989-90: Summer research grant and course development grant, the Newcomb Foundation, Newcomb College (Tulane University)
1988: Summer research fellowship, Tulane Committee on Research
1987: Grant for participation in the Mellon Summer Research Seminar with J. Hillis Miller (Tulane University)
1987: Grant for curriculum planning of the Tulane Interdisciplinary Program in Literary Theory
1983: ACLS Travel Fellowship
1975-1976: University Fellowship, Graduate School, University of Illinois-Urbana
1973-1974: French Government Scholarship, Cultural Attach‚, French Consulate

PUBLICATIONS: See attached bibliography

COURSES TAUGHT

French Language
Introductory French (Western Michigan University, 1980-81, Wayne State University, 1990-92)
Review of French Grammar (Tulane University, 1986-90)
Intermediate Oral and Written Expression (Franklin & Marshall College, 1982-86)
Tutorial for language teaching assistants (Franklin & Marshall, 1982-86)
Advanced Oral and Written Expression (WSU, winter 1991)

French Literature
Survey of Drama and Poetry (Western Michigan, spring 1981)
Introduction to Literary Techniques (Franklin and Marshall, fall 1984, 1985)
Works in the French Tradition (translation) (Franklin & Marshall, spring 1985)
Survey of Seventeenth-Century (Franklin & Marshall, spring 1984)
Seminar: Classical Theater (Franklin & Marshall, spring 1983)
Survey of Eighteenth-Century (Franklin & Marshall, spring 1986)
The Nineteenth-Century Novel (Tulane, fall 1986)
Senior Seminar: "Narrative Desire" (Tulane, spring 1987)
Concepts in Literary Theory (Tulane, fall 1987)
Graduate Seminar in Nineteenth-Century French Studies: "L'Irréel du Réalisme" (Tulane, fall 1988)
Graduate Seminar in Nineteenth-Century French Studies: "La 'Question Femme' au Dix-Neuvième Siècle" (WSU, fall 1991)

French Civilization
Survey of French Culture and Civilization: Origins to the Revolution (Franklin & Marshall, fall 1982-84)
Survey of French Culture and Civilization: The Revolution to the Present (Franklin & Marshall, spring 1982-84)
French Language and Civilization (Tulane, spring 1988)
French Civilization (WSU, fall 1990)

Special Courses
Independent Study: "Structuralism and Semiotics" (Franklin & Marshall, spring 1985)
Honors Colloquium: "Semiotics and Society" (Tulane, spring 1989)
Women's Studies Colloquium: "Women's Textualities" (Tulane, spring 1990)

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[FALL 1991] CHARLES JOSEPH STIVALE

PUBLICATIONS AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

I. BOOKS:
Oeuvre de Sentiment, Oeuvre de Combat: La Trilogie de Jules Vallès. Lyon: Presses Universitaires de Lyon, 1988.

La Temporalité Romanesque de Stendhal. ‘L’Echafaudage de la Bâtisse. Birmingham, AL: Summa Publications, 1989.

In Progress: "The Art of Rupture": Narrative Desire and Duplicity in the Tales of Guy de Maupassant.

II. JOURNAL ISSUE EDITED:
SubStance 44/45 (1984): "Gilles Deleuze."
SubStance 66 (1991): "A Thousand Plateaus" (forthcoming).

III. TRANSLATIONS:
Alfredo Zenoni. "Metaphor and Metonymy in Lacanian Theory." -Enclitic- 5.1 (1981): 5-18.
Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari. Chapter 15, "Conclusion," of Mille Plateaux. -SubStance- 44/45 (1984): 7-19.
Gilles Deleuze. Chapter 4 of -L'Image-Mouvement: Cinéma 1-. -SubStance- 44/45 (1984): 81-95.
Gilles Deleuze. -The Logic of Sense-. Trans. Mark Lester with Charles J. Stivale. Ed. Constantin V. Boundas. New York: Columbia University Press, 1990.

IV. ARTICLES:
"Le vraisemblable temporel dans -Le Rouge et le Noir-." Stendhal-Club 84 (1979): 299-315.
"A Structural Typology of the French Pastourelle." Papers in Romance 2 (1980): 85-96.
"Temporal Structuration in Stendhal's -Armance-." Journal of Practical Structuralism 2 (1980): 21-38.
"Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari: Schizoanalysis and Literary Discourse." SubStance 29 (1981): 46-57.
"Ordre et Duration: La Structuration Temporelle d'-Armance-." Stendhal Club 94 (1982): 141-156.
"Un point de départ critique: les dédicaces de -Jacques Vingtras-." Revue d'Etudes Vallésiennes- 1 (1984): 24-33.
"Introduction": 3-6; "The Literary Element in Mille Plateaux: The New Cartography of Deleuze and Guattari": 20-34; "Bibliography: Gilles Deleuze, Félix Guattari": 96-105. SubStance 44-45 (1984) (See above, Translations).
"The Machine at the Heart of Desire: Félix Guattari's Molecular Revolution." Works and Days: Essays in Socio-Historical Dimensions of Literature and the Arts 2 (1984): 63-85.
"Corps érotique, corps créateur: -H- d'Arthur Rimbaud." Stanford French Review 11.1 (1985): 83-90.
"La Signature de Jules Vallès dans la Trilogie de Jacques Vingtras: Entre Autobiographie et Fiction." French Literature Series 12 (1985): 104-113.
"Temporalité fictive et réalisme subjectif dans La Chartreuse de Parme," I. Stendhal Club 108 (1985): 349-362; II. Stendhal Club 109 (1985): 48-63.
"Figures, Segments et Singularités dans la Trilogie de Jacques Vingtras." Revue d'Etudes Vallésiennes 2 (1985): 101-112.
Six biographical profiles (the Arguments group; Kostas Axelos; François Châtelet; Jean Duvignaud; Pierre Fougeyrollas; Edgar Morin). Biographical Dictionary of Neo-Marxism (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1985).
"Les Lignes de Révolte dans la Trilogie de Jacques Vingtras de Jules Vallès." Nineteenth-Century French Studie 14.1-2 (1985-1986): 130-137.
"Louise Michel's Poetry of Existence and Revolt." Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature 5.1 (1986): 41-61.
"Les Blouses and L'Insurgé as Narratives of Revolt." L'Esprit Créateur 27.2 (1987): 92-100.
"La Hantise de 1848 dans la Trilogie de Jacques Vingtras de Jules Vallès.." Revue d'Etudes Vallésiennes 5 (1987): 5-14.
"Of Schmürz and Men: Boris Vian's -Les Bâtisseurs d'Empire-." Cincinnati Romance Review 7 (1988): 97-112.
"L'Epuisement de l'Energie Temporelle dans -Lucien Leuwen-." Stendhal Club 120 (1988): 298-306.
"From Heterdoxy to 'Counter-Discourse': The -Arguments- Group." Rethinking Marxism 3.1 (1990): 107-134.
"Duty, Desire and Dream: Maupassant's 'La Petite Roque'." The Journal of Narrative Technique 20.2 (1990): 120-133.
"Nomad Love and the War Machine: Michel Tournier's Gilles et Jeanne." SubStance 65 (1991): 44-59.
"Introduction: Actuality and Concepts"; "Mille/Punks/Cyber/Plateaux: Science Fiction and Deleuzo-Guattarian 'Becomings'." SubStance 66 (1991, forthcoming).
"Le Plissement and la fêlure: The Paris Commune in L'Insurgé and La Débâcle." Eds. Mary Donaldson-Evans and Barbara Cooper. Modernity and Revolution in Late Nineteenth-Century France (University of Delaware Press, forthcoming).
"Like the Sculptor's Chisel': Voices 'On' and 'Off' in Barbey d'Aurevilly's Les Diaboliques." The Romanic Review (forthcoming).
"Desire, Duplicity and Narratology: Boris Vian's L'Ecume des jours." Studies in Twentieth-Century Literature (forthcoming).

VI. RECENT PAPERS & PANELS:
"Maupassant and the 'War-Machine': This Novella Which Is Not One" and organized panel on "Nineteeth-Century French Textualities: la nouvelle." Cincinnati Romance Languages Conference, May 16-18, 1990.
"A (Wo)man's Revenge: Guy de Maupassant and the 'War Machine'"; organized and chaired panel on "Jules Vallès: Political and Ideological Representations." Colloquium on Nineteenth-Century French Literature, University of Oklahoma, October 14-16, 1990.
Organized special session on "Mille Plateaux, Ten Years Later." Modern Language Association Convention, Chicago, IL, December 27-30, 1990.
"Cyborg Plateaus: On 'Becomings' and 'Informatics of Domination'." Twentieth-Century Literature Conference, University of Louisville, February 21, 1991.
"Michel Tournier, Postmodern?" Cincinnati Conference on Romance Languages and Literatures, May 15-17, 1991.
"Tournier's Le Coq de bruyère: Multiple Writings/Readings." International Society of Narrative Literature, Nice, France, June 12, 1991. "Of calicots and hommes-filles: Maupassant and the 'Bachelor Machine'." Colloquium on Nineteenth-Century French Literature, New Orleans, LA, October 17-19, 1991.
"French Cajun Music: A Two-Step By and Beyond the Bayou." M/MLA Convention, Chicago, IL, November 14-16, 1991.
"Maupassant and 'l'Art de rompre': Epistolary Undoing." Modern Language Association Convention, San Francisco, December 27-30, 1991.

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