CHARLES J. STIVALE
Romance Languages & Literatures
Wayne State University

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Wayne State University PROFESSIONAL RECORD

Updated April 6, 2010

WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY

Professional Record

Date Prepared: October 1990
NAME: Charles J. Stivale Date Revised: April 2010

Office Address:
Dept. of Classical and Modern Languages,
Literatures, and Cultures Detroit, MI 48202
487 Manoogian Hall

Telephone: 313-577-0970/3002
Fax: 313-577-6243
E-mail: C_Stivale@wayne.edu
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DEPARTMENT/COLLEGE: Classical and Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures/
Liberal Arts & Sciences

PRESENT RANK & DATE OF RANK: Distinguished Professor; September 21, 2005

WSU APPOINTMENT HISTORY:
Year Appointed/Rank: 1990/Associate Professor
Year Awarded Tenure: 1992
Year Promoted to Full Professor: 1996
Year Appointed to Dept. Chair: 1996-2002, Dept. of Romance Languages & Literatures, College of Liberal Arts
Interim Chair: 2002-2003, Dept. of Art and Art History, College of Fine, Performing and Communication Arts
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EDUCATION:
High School: Cascia Hall Preparatory School, Tulsa, OK; 1967
Baccalaureate: Knox College, Galesburg, IL; 1971
M.A.: Sorbonne-Paris IV, Paris, France; 1973
Maîtrise: Sorbonne-Paris IV, Paris, France; 1974
Ph.D.: University of Illinois, Urbana, IL; 1981
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FACULTY APPOINTMENTS AT OTHER INSTITUTIONS:
Instructor (1980-81), Department of Modern and Classical
Languages, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI

Assistant Professor (1982-86), Department of French and Italian,
Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA

Assistant Professor (1986-90), Department of French and Italian,
Tulane University, New Orleans, LA

Adjunct Graduate Faculty (2003-2004), Dept. of Humanities, Michigan Technological
University (on dissertation committee, see below, Supplementary Curriculum Vitae)
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PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS:
American Association of Teachers of French
Association Les Amis de Flaubert et de Maupassant
International Association of Philosophy and Literature
Midwest Modern Language Association
Modern Language Association
Société des dix-neuviémistes
Société des études romantiques et dix-neuviémistes
Women in French

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HONORS/AWARDS:
1973-1974: French Government Scholarship, Cultural Attaché, French Consulate
1975-1976: University Fellowship, Graduate School, University of Illinois-Urbana
1983: ACLS Travel Fellowship
1987: Mellon Summer Research Grant, Tulane University
1987: Curriculum Planning Grant, Interdisciplinary Program in Literary Theory,Tulane University
1988: Summer Research Fellowship, Tulane University
1989-90: Summer Research Grant and Course Development Grant, the NewcombFoundation, Newcomb College (Tulane)
1991, 1992, 1993: WSU International Travel Grants
1991,1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996: WSU Small Research Grants
1992, summer: WSU University Research Grant
1993, summer: WSU Educational Development Grant
1993-1994: WSU Career Development Chair
1994, summer: WSU Humanities Center Fellowship
1995, winter: WSU Humanities Center Fellowship
1995, winter: WSU Publication Subvention Support
1998: Feature article, "Songs of the South" by Rose Estioco, in WSU New Science (vol. 12: 37-38) on research in Cajun dance and music
1999: 1998 Choice (American Library Association) Outstanding Academic Book award attributed to The Two-Fold Thought of Deleuze and Guattari (see III.A.1.4 below).
1999: Wayne State University Board of Governor's Faculty Recognition Award for The Two-Fold Thought of Deleuze and Guattari (see III.A.1.4 below).
2000: Wayne State University Academy of Scholars (induction, October 2000)
2000-2001: WSU Humanities Center Fellowship for Working Group in the Humanities and Arts, on "Digital Cultures" (with Corrine Calice, Ron Day, Robert Martin, Barrett Watten)
2000-2001: WSU Humanities Center Fellowship for Innovative Projects in the Humanities and Arts, on "Digital Culture" (with Corrine Calice, Ron Day, Robert Martin, Barrett Watten)
2000-2002: Board of Governors Distinguished Faculty Fellowship (two-year term)
2001-2002: WSU Humanities Center Fellowship for Working Group in the Humanities and Arts, on "Digital Culture" (with Ron Day, Richard Grusin, Eric Marshall, Barrett Watten)
2002-2003: WSU Humanities Center Fellowship for Working Group in the Humanities and Arts, on "The Fold - Theory and Practice" (with Ron Day, Michael Giordano, Erik Mortenson, John Richardson)
2003: WSU Distinguished Graduate Faculty Award
2003-2004: WSU Humanities Center Fellowship for Working Group in the Humanities and Arts, on "The Fold - Theory and Practice" (with Ron Day, Anne Duggan, Michael Giordano, Erik Mortenson, John Richardson)
2003-2004: President, Academy of Scholars, Wayne State University
2004: Acceptance of Freshman Seminar Proposal, FRE 2720, "Why Are The French So … ?"
2004: Wayne State University Board of Governor's Faculty Recognition Award for Disenchanting Les Bons Temps: Identity and Authenticity in Cajun Music and Dance (see III.A.1.5 below).
2004-2005: WSU Humanities Center Fellowship for Working Group in the Humanities and Arts, on "The Fold - Theory and Practice" (with Ron Day, Anne Duggan, Michael Giordano, Erik Mortenson, John Richardson, Steven Shaviro)
2004-2005: WSU Humanities Center Fellowship for Innovative Projects in the Humanities and Arts, on "Diasporic Avant Gardes" (with Barrett Watten and Carla Harryman)
2005: Appointment by Board of Governors to Distinguished Professor rank
2006-2007: WSU Humanities Center Resident Scholar
2007: WSU Humanities Center Fellowship for Innovative Projects in the Humanities and Arts, on "Revisioning Authors: Colloquia on Modernists and Postmodern Authorship" (with Barrett Watten and Carla Harryman) 2007-2008: WSU Humanities Center Resident Scholar
2008: WSU Humanities Center Fellowship for Innovative Projects in the Humanities and Arts, "Regions of Practice: Poetics Across Languages" (with Barrett Watten and Carla Harryman)
2009: Wayne State University Board of Governor's Faculty Recognition Award for Gilles Deleuze's ABCs: The Folds of Friendship (see III.A.1.6 below).
2009: WSU Humanities Center Fellowship for Innovative Projects in the Humanities and Arts, "Regions of Practice: Poetics Across Languages" (with Barrett Watten and Carla Harryman)

BIOGRAPHICAL CITATIONS (National/Regional or Professional Directories):

MARQUIS'S WHO'S WHO IN THE MIDWEST (New Providence, NJ), vol. 24
1994/95): 748; vol. 25 (1996/97): 614.
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I. TEACHING
A. Years at Wayne State: 1990-2010 (current)

B. Years at Other Colleges/Universities:
Western Michigan University: 1980-1981
Franklin & Marshall College: 1982-1986
Tulane University: 1986-1990

C. Courses Taught at Wayne State (last five years)

2. Undergraduate:
Introductory French (FRE 1010): Fall 2004, Winter 2005, Fall 2007, Winter 2009
Anguish and Commitment: European Existentialist Literature (FRE 2700, team-taught):
Winter 2006, Winter 2008, Winter 2010
Introduction to French Civilization (FRE2710): Winter 2010
The Contemporary French (FRE 2720): Fall 2004, Winter 2005, Fall 2005, Winter 2006,
Winter 2008, Fall 2008, Fall 2009
Introduction to Reading of French and Francophone Literature (FRE 3300): Fall 2006,
Winter 2009 [cancelled], Winter 2010 [canceled]
Introduction to Literary Analysis (FRE 4610): Fall 2009

Undergraduate & Graduate:
French Civilization (FRE 6450): Fall 2006 [cancelled]
Contemporary French Society and Institutions (FRE 6470): Fall 2004, Fall 2008
Nineteenth-Century French Novel (FRE 6810): Winter 2009

Credit-by-Examinations Directed:
FRE 2720 - Angela Neda (30 July 2003)
FRE 3610 - Helen Friedman (7 December 2001)
Kim Jacobs (11 December 2001)
FRE 6450 -- Leila Sloan (6 April 1993)
Todd Henderson (26 May 1993)
Linda Di Laura (30 August 1993)
Joelle Mortazavian (2 December 1993)
Laura Welch-Rinzler (8 December 1994)
David Young (15 December 1994)
Amy Whiting (5 January 1995)
Jean-Daniel Ostertag (25 August 1995)
Gretchen Seamons (25 September 1996)
Crystal Bleyer (3 March 1998)
Aliza Sosne (7 May 1998)
Jennifer Labowski (20 April 1999)
Alla Mikhneva (April 2000)
Adriana Vidican (August 2005)
Sarah Di Bartolomeo (December 2005)
Erin Matusiewicz (December 2005)

FRE 6470 -- Kim-Van Keppler (8 January 1998)
Nancy-Chantale Soulière (23 January 1998)
Heather Bozimowski (June-July 2001)
Richard Munoz (14 December 2001)
Jennifer Hoyle (December 2002)
Mary Szerszen (December 2005)

3. Graduate Courses:
French Seminar in Nineteenth-Century French Literature (FRE 8740), Fall 2006
French Seminar in Twentieth-Century French Literature (FRE 8750), Fall 2005

D. Essays/Theses/Dissertations Directed [See also Supplemental C.V., attached]:

1. Directed Studies
Undergraduate:
Letitia James (French Language) Winter 1992
Crystal Bleyer (19th Century French Novel) Winter 1996
Ann Marie Zelenak (French Civilization) Spring/Summer 1996
Maria Raica (French Civilization) Winter 1997
Gabriella Gui (French Civilization) Spring/Summer 1997
Jodie Barker (Women's Studies/19th Century French Poetry) Fall 1997
Elias Khalil (Contemporary French Culture) Spring-Summer 1998
Suzette Hubert (Contemporary French Culture) Spring-Summer 2001

Graduate:
Kim Porterfield (Nineteenth-Century French Literature) Fall 1991
Norma Ott (Nineteenth-Century Novel) Winter 1993
Paul Michaelson (Nineteenth-Century Decadence) Winter 1994-Winter 1995
Vicki Van Roste (French Civilization) Winter 1996
Caroline Jumel (Cinema Theory) Winter 1998
Christine Soper (Nineteenth-Century Novel) Spring-Summer 1998
Caroline Jumel (Nineteenth-Century Novel) Spring-Summer 1998
Corinne Calice (Twentieth-Century Women's Writing) Winter 1999
Susan Kirwin (19th Century French Novel/George Sand) Spring-Summer 1999
Cheryl Lapat (French Civilization) Spring-Summer 2000
Maria Raica (19th Century French Novel) Spring-Summer 2003
Melissa Samluck (French Civilization) Spring-Summer-Fall 2004

2. Masters Essays/Thesis directed:
Salwa Travis (Thesis, Comparative Literature) Fall/Winter 1992
Gabriella Eschrich (Essay, Nineteenth-Century French Literature) Fall/Winter 1992-1993
Irini S. Cary (French) 1992-1994
Nancy-Chantal Soulière (Nineteenth-Century French Poetry) Winter 1999
John Barnes (Twentieth-Century French Studies), Winter 2002

3. Dissertations directed
Caroline Jumel (French) 2000-2003 (defense, October 20, 2003)
Theresa Jordan (French) 2007-2008 (terminated)

E. Course or Curriculum Development:

Franklin & Marshall College (1982-1986):
1. Intermediate French (Oral and Written Expression): overall course revision
including choice of new text, development of practical composition component.
2. French Culture and Civilization (two semesters): creation of supplemental reading
material corresponding to each section (origins - 1789; 1789 - present).
3. Surveys of Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century French Literature, Seminar in
Classical Theater: revision of existing courses with text selection and direction
of oral and written assignments.
4. Senior Seminar, "Structuralism & Semiotics": creation and direction of advanced
study of recent French critical theory.

Tulane University (1986-1990):
1. Review of French Grammar: overall revision of syllabus, choice of texts and
examination procedure; served as coordinator of multi-section course for six
semesters.
2. Senior Seminar, "Narrative Desire": creation of theme-oriented course, selection of
texts, direction of oral presentations and written textual analyses.
3. Concepts of Literary Theory: revision of existing course with text selection and
extensive supplementary readings.
4. Honors Colloquium, "Semiotics and Society," and Women's Studies Colloquium,
"Women's Textualities": creation and direction of two interdisciplinary courses
reviewed and selected, respectively, by the Honors Committee and the
curriculum committee of the Center for Research on Women.
5. Graduate Seminar in Nineteenth-Century French Studies, "L'Irréel du Réalisme": creation
and direction of thematic study of selected works of French realism and naturalism.

WSU (1990- ):
1. Intermediate French Conversation, Composition and Cultural Readings (FRE 4100):
choice of text and development of oral and composition course formats.
2. French Civilization (FRE 6450): Developed series of Study Questions in conjunction with
HyperCard software "Gavroche".
3. Pro-Seminar on Modern Language Profession: With John Eipper (winter 1993),
developed four meeting discussion on professional issues related to modern language
teaching and research. Extended the format to eight ninety-minute sessions to complement graduate French literature seminar (fall 1994).
Repeated with eight sessions and three outside speakers to complement graduate seminar on cultural studies and literary analysis (winter 1996).
4. Support and development of Masters of Arts in Language Learning Program through
consultation with proposal authors, with New Program and Program Review Committee
(Graduate Council), and with Academic Affairs (1997-1998; approved by Board of
Governors, 1999 for introduction starting fall 1999).
5. Development of revised Undergraduate Major and Minor in French through co-authoring
proposals (with Theresa Antes), consultation with the French Area, preparation of
documentation and follow-through (1997-1999; approved in fall 1999 for
introduction starting fall 2000).
6. Development of World Wide Web site in support of FRE 6450 (French Civilization, 1995,
revised 1999):
http://www.langlab.wayne.edu/Romance/FRE6450/FRE6450surv.html.
7. Development of World Wide Web site in support of FRE 6470 (Contemporary French
Society and Institutions, 1996):
http://www.langlab.wayne.edu/Romance/FRE647/FRE647Plan.html.
8. Development of BlackBoard.com Web site for FRE 6450 (French Civilization, Fall 2002).
9. Development of Freshman Seminar, FRE 2720, The Contemporary French, "Why Are
The French So …?"; development of BlackBoard.com Web site for FRE 2720 (Winter
2004).
10. Office of Teaching Learning Teaching and Technology Institute, August 16-20, 2004
11. Development of FRE 2710, Introduction to French Culture (Winter 2010).

F. Course Materials (Unpublished)
Tulane University
1. Course packets of supplementary readings for Concepts in Literary Theory, the Honors
Colloquium and the Women's Studies Colloquium.

WSU
1. Course packet of civilization and cultural material for French Civilization (6450).
2. Developed initial version of HyperCard computer software, "Gavroche, A Survey of
French Civilization," for French Civilization (6450), 1992-1993. Continued 1993-94.
3. Developed handouts relating to library research, academic conferencing, job search
strategies, and literary critical issues for aforementioned Pro-Seminar on Modern Language Profession.
4. "Gavroche" Hypercard program converted to HTML format for
World Wide Web access: http://www.langlab.wayne.edu/Gavroche/Gavroche.html
5. Developed online materials on the Blackboard teaching platform for FRE 6450

II. RESEARCH

A. Research in Progress, Not Funded:

Journal Articles
1. "Cracks and Crevices of Thought, in Logic of Sense." Contemporary French & Francophone Studies: Sites (forthcoming).

Chapters in Volumes:
1. "(Logic of) Sense and Nomads, or "une oeuvre à faire," in Proceedings from IAPL 2008 conference, RMIT/University of Melbourne (forthcoming).

Translation:
1. Subtitles in English for Zone 1 DVD production of L'Abécédaire de Gilles Deleuze (8-hour video interview), New York: Semiotext(e) distribution (forthcoming).

C. Fellowships/Grants/Special Awards in Last Five Years:

Awards
2003: Wayne State University Outstanding Graduate Faculty Award
2004: Wayne State University Board of Governor's Faculty Recognition Award for Disenchanting Les Bons Temps: Identity and Authenticity in Cajun Music and Dance
2006-2007: WSU Humanities Center Resident Scholar
2007: WSU Humanities Center Fellowship for Innovative Projects in the Humanities and Arts, on "Revisioning Authors: Colloquia on Modernists and Postmodern Authorship" (with Barrett Watten and Carla Harryman)
2007-2008: WSU Humanities Center Resident Scholar
2008: WSU Humanities Center Fellowship for Innovative Projects in the Humanitiesand Arts, on "Regions of Practice: Poetics Across Languages" (with Barrett Watten and Carla Harryman)
2009: Wayne State University Board of Governor's Faculty Recognition Award for Gilles Deleuze's ABCs: The Folds of Friendship
2009: Designated representative of the Academy of Scholars (mace bearer) at College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Commencement
2009: WSU Humanities Center Fellowship for Innovative Projects in the Humanitiesand Arts, on "Regions of Practice: Poetics Across Languages" (with Barrett Watten and Carla Harryman)

Grants and Fellowships:
Internal
2003-2004: WSU Humanities Center, "The Fold - Theory and Practice" Working Group in the Humanities and the Arts ($1,500)
2004-2005: WSU Humanities Center, "The Fold - Theory and Practice" Working Group in the Humanities and the Arts ($1,500)
2007: WSU Humanities Center Fellowship for Innovative Projects in the Humanities and Arts, on "Revisioning Authors: Colloquia on Modernists and Postmodern Authorship" (with Barrett Watten and Carla Harryman) ($2,000)
2008: WSU Humanities Center Fellowship for Innovative Projects in the Humanities and Arts, on "Regions of Practice: Poetics Across Languages" (with Barrett Watten and Carla Harryman) ($2,000)
2009: WSU Humanities Center Fellowship for Innovative Projects in the Humanities and Arts, on "Regions of Practice: Poetics Across Languages" (with Barrett Watten and Carla Harryman) ($2,000)
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III. PUBLICATIONS

A. Scholarly Books Published:
1. Authored:
1. Oeuvre de Sentiment, Oeuvre de Combat: La Trilogie de Jules Vallès. Lyon: Presses Universitaires de Lyon, 1988.

2. La Temporalité Romanesque chez Stendhal: "L'Echafaudage de la Bâtisse". Birmingham, AL: Summa Publications, 1989.

3. "The Art of Rupture": Narrative Desire and Duplicity in the Tales of Guy de Maupassant. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1994.

4. The Two-Fold Thought of Deleuze and Guattari: Intersections and Animations. New York: Guilford Publications, 1998.

5. Disenchanting Les Bons Temps: Identity and Authenticity in Cajun Music and Dance. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2003.

6. Gilles Deleuze's ABC's: The Folds of Friendship. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008.

B. Chapters Published

1. Authored
1. Six biographical profiles (the Arguments group, 44-44; Kostas Axelos, 46-48; François Châtelet, 95-97; Jean Duvignaud, 128-129; Pierre Fougeyrollas, 146-148; Edgar Morin, 312-314). Biographical Dictionary of Neo-Marxism. Ed. Robert A. Gorman. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1985.
2. "Le Plissement and la fêlure: The Paris Commune in Vallès's L'Insurgé and Zola's La Débâcle." In Modernity and Revolution in Late Nineteenth-Century France. Eds. Barbara T. Cooper and Mary Donaldson-Evans. Newark, DE: University of Delaware Press, 1992. 143-154.
3. "Cyber/Inter/Mind/Assemblage." In Being On Line, Net Subjectivity, ed. Alan Sondheim. New York: Lusitania, 1996. 119-125. World Wide Web (as "The Rhizomatics of Cyberspace"): http://jefferson.
village.virginia.edu/~spoons/d-g_html/d-gpapers.html
4. "On heccéités and ritournelles: Movement and Affect in the Cajun Dance Arena." In Articulating the Global and the Local. Eds. Ann Cvetkovich and Douglas Kellner. Boulder CO: Westview Press, 1997. 129-148. World Wide Web: http://jefferson.village.virginia.edu/~spoons/d-g_html/d-gpapers.html
5. "'Spam': Heteroglossia and Harassment in Cyberspace." In Internet Culture. Ed. David Porter. New York: Routledge, 1997. 133-144.
6. "Comment peut-on être deleuzien? Pursuing a Two-fold Thought." In A Deleuzian Century? Ed. Ian Buchanan. Duke University Press, 1999. 135-143. [Reprint of D.1.35 below]
7. "Figures of Male Repute," in Nineteenth-Century Literature Criticism, vol. 83, ed.
Suzanne Dewsbury, Farmington Hills, MI: Gale Group, 1999. 189-208. [Reprint of ch. 5 from A.1.3 above).
8. "'Spaces of Affect': Versions and Visions of Cajun Cultural History" and "On heccéités and ritournelles: Movement and Affect in the Cajun Dance Arena." In Deleuze and Guattari, Critical Assessments, ed. Gary Genosko (London: Routledge, 2001). 117-129 and 281-301, respectively [Reprints of D.1. 26 and B.1.4, respectively].
9. "'help manners': Cyber-democracy and Its Vicissitudes." In Crypto Anarchy, Cyberstates, and Pirate Utopias, ed. Peter Ludlow (MIT Press, 2001). 303-327. [Invited reprint of D.1.33]
10. "Feeling the Event: 'Spaces of Affect' and the Cajun Dance Arena," in Animations [of Deleuze and Guattari], ed. Jennifer Daryl Slack. New York: Peter Lang (2003): 31-58.
11. "Introduction" and "From Jourdain to Trissotin: Speaking the 'Tongues' of Theory." In Modern French Literary Studies in the Classroom: Pedagogical Strategies. Ed. Charles J. Stivale. New York: MLA Publications, 2004. 1-10 and 133-143.
12. "Introduction: Gilles Deleuze, A Life in Friendship"; "Sense/Series" (co-authored with Judith L. Poxon). In Gilles Deleuze: Key Concepts. Ed. Charles J. Stivale. Chesham UK: Acumen Publications/Montreal: McGill Queens University Press 2005. 1-16; 65-76.
13. "Deleuze Millénnaire, ou au-delà du tombeau." In Deleuze épars. Eds. André Bernhold and Richard Pinhas. Paris: Hermann, 2005. 163-176
14. "Nomad Love and the War-Machine: Michel Tournier's Gilles et Jeanne," in Short Story Criticism, vol. 88. Farmington Hills, MI: Gale Group, 2006. 265-273. [Reprint C.2 below]
15. Introduction, "Rethinking (with) Félix Guattari," in Félix Guattari, Soft Subversions: Texts and Interviews. 1977-1985, New York/Cambridge: Semiotext(e), MIT Press, 2009) 9-17.
16. Interview excerpt, "Lacan was an Event in my Life" (from "Pragmatic/Machinic: Discussion with Félix Guattari (19 March 1985)", reprinted in Félix Guattari, Soft Subversions: Texts and Interviews. 1977-1985, New York/Cambridge: Semiotext(e), MIT Press, 2009), 165-169.

C. Editorships of Books/Proceedings/Journal Issues (** = World Wide Web availability)
1. Guest Editor: SubStance 44/45 (1984): "Gilles Deleuze."
2. Guest Editor: SubStance 66 (1991): "Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari."
3. Co-organizer (with William R. Paulson, U of Michigan) of special section on"Directions for Nineteenth-Century French Studies," Nineteenth-Century French Studies 24.1-2 (1995): 1-46.
** 4. Guest Editor: Works and Days 25/26 (1995): "CyberSpaces: Pedagogy and Performanceon the Electronic Frontier": http://www2.iup.edu/en/workdays/TOC.html
** 5. Guest Editor: Conferences Section, "Beyond the Podium: Directions for Academic Conferencing." PRE/TEXT Electra Lite 1.1. (1997): http://wwwpub.utdallas.edu/~atrue/PRETEXT/PT1.1/PT1Pod.html.
6. Editor: Modern French Literary Studies in the Classroom: Pedagogical Strategies. New York: MLA Publications, 2004.
7. Editor: Gilles Deleuze: Key Concepts. Chesham, UK: Acumen Publications/Montreal: McGill Queens University Press, 2005.
8. Co-editor with Felicity J. Colman: Special Issue on "Creativity," of issue of Angelaki 11.1 (2006).
9. Co-editor with Eugene W. Holland and Daniel W. Smith, Gilles Deleuze: Image and Text. London & New York: Continuum, 2009.

D. Journal Articles Published

1. Refereed Journals (** = World Wide Web availability)

1. "Le vraisemblable temporel dans Le Rouge et le Noir." Stendhal-Club 84 (1979): 299-
315.
2. "A Structural Typology of the French Pastourelle." Papers in Romance 2 (1980): 85-96.
3. "Temporal Structuration in Stendhal's Armance." Journal of Practical Structuralism 2
(1980): 21-38.
** 4. "Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari: Schizoanalysis and Literary Discourse." SubStance
29 (1981): 46-57. World Wide Web: http://www.substance.org/29/03stivale.html.
5. "Ordre et Duration: La Structuration Temporelle d'Armance." Stendhal Club 94 (1982):
141-156.
6. "Un point de départ critique: les dédicaces de Jacques Vingtras." Revue d'Études
Vallésiennes 1 (1984): 24-33.
** 7. "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).
http://substance.arts.uwo.ca/44/44intro.html / http://www.substance.org/44/02stiv~1.html.
** 8. "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.
http://jefferson.village.virginia.edu/~spoons/d-g_html/d-gpapers.html
9. "Corps érotique, corps créateur: H d'Arthur Rimbaud." Stanford French Review 11.1
(1985): 83-90.
10. "Temporalité fictive et réalisme subjectif dans La Chartreuse de Parme," I.
Stendhal Club 108 (1985): 349-362; and II Stendhal Club 109 (1985): 48-63.
11. "Figures, Segments et Singularités dans la Trilogie de Jacques Vingtras." Revue
d'Études Vallésiennes 2 (1985): 101-112.
12. "Les Lignes de Révolte dans la Trilogie de Jacques Vingtras de Jules Vallès."
Nineteenth-Century French Studies 14.1-2 (1985-1986): 130-137.
13. "Louise Michel's Poetry of Existence and Revolt." Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature
5.1 (1986): 41-61.
14. "Les Blouses and L'Insurgé as Narratives of Revolt." L'Esprit Créateur 27.2 (1987): 92-
100.
15. "La Hantise de 1848 dans la Trilogie de Jacques Vingtras de Jules Vallès." Revue
d'Études Vallésiennes 5 (1987): 5-14.
16. "Of Schmürz and Men: Boris Vian's Les Bâtisseurs d'Empire." Cincinnati Romance
Review 7 (1988): 97-112.
17. "L'Épuisement de l'Énergie Temporelle dans Lucien Leuwen." Stendhal Club 120
(1988): 298-306.
18. "Duty, Desire and Dream: Maupassant's 'La Petite Roque'." The Journal of Narrative
Technique 20.2 (1990): 120-133.
19. "From Heterodoxy to 'Counter-Discourse': The Arguments Group." Rethinking Marxism
3.1 (1990): 107-134.
20. "Nomad Love and the War Machine: Michel Tournier's Gilles et Jeanne." SubStance 65
(1991): 44-59.
21. "Introduction: Actuality and Concepts" 3-9; "Mille/Punks/Cyber/Plateaus: Science
Fiction and Deleuzo-Guattarian 'Becomings'" 66-84. SubStance 66 (1991).
22. "Like the Sculptor's Chisel': Voices 'On' and 'Off' in Barbey d'Aurevilly's Les
Diaboliques." The Romanic Review 82.3 (1991) 317-330 [published Winter 1992].
23. "Guy de Maupassant and Narrative Strategies of 'Othering'." Australian Journal
of French Studies 30.2 (1993): 241-251.
24. "Desire, Duplicity and Narratology: Boris Vian's L'écume des jours." Studies in
Twentieth-Century Literature 17.2 (1993): 325-348.
25. "From Charleville to New York: The Rimbaud/Acker Connection." Nobodaddies 1
(1994): 64-67.
26. "'Spaces of Affect': Versions and Visions of Cajun Cultural History." South Central
Review 11.4 (1994):15-25.
** 27. "Pragmatic/Machinic: A Discussion with Félix Guattari (19 March 1985)." PRE/TEXT
14.3-4 (Fall/Winter 1993 [1995]: 215-250.
http://www.dc.peachnet.edu/~mnunes/theory.html
28. "'Effects' and 'Process': Literary Evaluation and the Scholarly Conference."
Nineteenth-Century French Studies 24.1-2 (1995-1996): 2-12.
29. "Introduction: 'This Funny Chemistry': Narrative Desire and Discourse in Text-
based Virtual Reality." Works and Days 25/26 (Spring-Fall 1995): 7-27.
30. "Stairway to Heaven, or Virtual Topographies of Paradis Virtuels." Post 10 (1996): 5-14.
31. "'Spam': Heteroglossia and Harassment in Cyberspace." Guest ed. Stephanie B.
Gibson. Readerly/Writerly Texts 3.2 (1996): 79-93.
32. "Comments on a Meeting With Gilles Deleuze." NthDimension 1 (1996):
** 33. "'help manners': Cyber-democracy and Its Vicissitudes." Enculturation 1 (1997):
http://enculturation.gmu.edu/1_1/stivale.html.
** 34. "Discussion Report from the Panel (and 1996 Addendum). In "Beyond the
Podium: Directions for Academic Conferencing." PRE/TEXT Electra Lite 1.1
(1997) http://wwwpub.utdallas.edu/~atrue/PRETEXT/PT1.1/PT1CONFMEM.html.
35. "'Comment peut-on être deleuzien?'" Pursuing a Two-fold Thought." South Atlantic
Quarterly 96.3 (1997): 515-523.
36. "On Cultural Lessons, French and Other." Contemporary French Civilization 21.2
(1997): 65-86.
** 37. "'@lrs [long-range-scan]': Rhizo-rhetorics (and Protocols) of 'displacement'."
PRE/TEXT 16.1-2 (1995 [published 1998]): 54-69.
38. Acker/Rimbaud: 'I'-dentity Games." Angelaki: journal of the theoretical humanities 3.3
(1998): 137-142. [Article accepted and published prior to my joining the Angelaki Editorial Board]
39. "(Se) Rendre Compte: Orienting Graduate Students to Market (Un)Realities."
The French Review 72.6 (1999): 1049-1059, and supplementary documentation at:
http://www.langlab.wayne.edu/romance/FReview1999.html.
40. "The 'MLA Moment'." Profession 1999. New York: MLA, 1999. 248-257.
41. "Becoming Cajun." Cultural Studies, special issue on "Deleuze and Guattari in Cultural
Studies," 14.2 (2000): 147-176.
42. "The Folds of Friendship: Derrida-Deleuze-Foucault," Angelaki 5.2 (2000): 3-15.
43. "Negotiating Moloch, or Scenarios for a Millennial Year." The ADFL Bulletin 32.2
(2001): 24-28.
44. "Mythologies Revisited: Roland Barthes and the Left." In Cultural Studies 16.3 (2002):
457-484.
45. "A la recherche des 'bons temps': Teaching and Learning (in) French Cultural Studies."
In Contemporary French Civilization 26.2 (2002): 253-262.
46. "The Loneliness of the Long-distance Interviewer." ADFL Bulletin 34.1 (2002): 41-46.
47. "Deleuze, 'l'entre-deux,' and Literary Style." Sites 6.2 (2002): 402-413
48. "Deleuze/Parnet in Dialogues: The Folds of Post-Identity." Journal of the Midwest
Modern Language Association 36.1 (2003): 25-37.
49. "Horny Dudes: Guy de Maupassant and the Masculine Feuille de rose." L'Esprit créateur 43.3 (2003): 57-67.
50. "Deleuze et Parnet, Dialogues: Les Plis de la post-identité." Concepts (hors série 2):
Gilles Deleuze (Belgium: Sils Maria, 2003): 3-19.
51. "Coming to (French) Cultural Studies: Millennial Ruminations." Journal of the Midwest
Modern Language Association 37.1 (2004): 88-110.
52. "Best Feet Forward: Some Moves for the Campus Interview." ADFL Bulletin 36.2
(Winter 2005): 51-57.
53. "Ten (or Twenty) Things I Have Learned about Conferences: Ten Precepts and Ten
Practices." In Journal of Midwest Modern Language Association 38.1 (2005): 23-30.
54. "Tenure and its Denial: Facing the Winter Years and Beyond." In College Literature33.2 (2006): 70-83.
55. "Foucault's Folds: Deleuze and the Interstices of Friendship." Symposium:
Canadian Journal of Continental Philosophy 10.1 (2006): 81-89.
56. Co-authored with Felicity Colman. "Editorial Introduction. A Creative Life." Angelaki 11.1 (2006): 1-3.
57. "From Zigzag to Affect, and Back: Creation, Life and Friendship." Angelaki 11.1 (2006): 25-33.
58. "Guattari's Proust: From Signs to Assemblages." L'Esprit créateur 46.4 (2006): 113-124.
59. "Saving the World Today: Tony Soprano and the Parody of American Heroism."
Refractory: State of Play (15 January 2007) http://blogs.arts.unimelb.edu.au/refractory/2007/01/15/saving-the-world-today-tony-soprano-and-the-parody-of-american-heroism-charles-j-stivale/
60. "Ten Things I Wish I'd Known (The Chairs' Version)." ADFL Bulletin 37.2-3 (2006): 58-60.

2. Invited Reviews, Articles, and Notes
** 1. "Marketing/Reading Males." Joseph A. Boone and Michael Cadden, eds.
Engendering Men: The Question of Male Feminist Criticism; Laura Claridge and Elizabeth Langland, eds. Out of Bounds. Male Writers and Gender(ed) Criticism. Postmodern Culture 2.1 (1991): electronic format (Review-4 991).
http://jefferson.village.virginia.edu/pmc/issue.991/review-4.991
2. "In Memoriam: Ferman Bishop." Journal of the Midwest Modern Language
Association 38.2 (1998): 1-2, and 39.2-3 (1999): 102-103.
3. "Members' Forum: M/MLA in 2000." Journal of the Midwest Modern Language
Association 39.2-3 (1999): 104-106.
4. "The Loneliness of the Long-distance Interviewer." Profession 2003. New York: MLA
Publications, 2003. 132-143. [Reprint of III.D.46, by invitation]
5. "Reply to Two Questions." SubStance 100 (2003): 59-60.
6. "Charles J. Stivale on the Relationship between Women and their Clientele." In Guy de
Maupassant. Bloom's Major Short Story Writers by Harold Bloom. Philadelphia: Chelsea House. 2003. 51-56. [Reprint from III.A.1.3]

E. Papers Published in Conference Proceedings

1. Refereed Papers
1. "La Signature de Jules Vallès dans la Trilogie de Jacques Vingtras: Entre
Autobiographie et Fiction." French Literature Series (University of South
Carolina) 12 (1985): 104-113. Reprinted in Autobiography in French Literature. Amsterdam/Atlanta: Rodopi, 1985.
2. "Le Coq de bruyère de Michel Tournier." In La Focalisation. Cahiers de Narratologie 5,
Eds. Jean-Louis Brau & Gérard Lavergne. Nice: La Faculté des Lettres et des Sciences Humaines de Nice, 1992. 291-301.
3. "Maupassant and 'la famille des écorchés'." In Maupassant conteur et romancier.
Ed. Christopher Lloyd and Robert Lethbridge. Durham (UK): University of Durham (1994): 71-84.

F. Translations of Other Authors Published
1. Books
1. Gilles Deleuze. The Logic of Sense. Trans. Mark Lester with Charles J. Stivale.
Ed. Constantin V. Boundas. New York: Columbia University Press, 1990.

2. Articles or Creative Works
1. Alfredo Zenoni. "Metaphor and Metonymy in Lacanian Theory." Enclitic 5.1 (1981): 5-18.
2. Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari. Chapter 15, "Conclusion," of Mille Plateaux.
SubStance 44/45 (1984): 7-19.
3. Gilles Deleuze. Chapter 4 of L'Image-Mouvement: Cinéma 1. SubStance 44/45 (1984): 81-95.
** 4. Gilles Deleuze. "Leibniz, Vincennes 15/04/80"; "Leibniz, Vincennes 22/04/80";
"Leibniz, Vincennes 29/04/80"; "Leibniz, Vincennes 06/05/80": Unedited lectures of Gilles Deleuze, available at:: http://www/imaginet.fr/deleuze/sommaire.html ("Sur Leibniz, Première Série").
5. Gilles Deleuze. "Vincennes Session of April 15, 1980, Leibniz Seminar." Discourse 20.3
(1998): 77-98.
6. "V as in Voyages. Gilles Deleuze with Claire Parnet." Summary of section "V" of
L'Abécédaire de Gilles Deleuze. PLI: Warwick Journal of Philosophy 7 (1998): 3-6.
7. With Melissa McMahon, Gilles Deleuze, "How Does One Recognize Structuralism?", in
Gilles Deleuze, Desert Islands and Other Texts, ed. and trans. Michael Taormina (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2004), 170-192 [revision of translation published in Stivale III.A.1.4]
8. With Giuseppina Mechia, translation and critical edition, Félix Guattari: Thought, Friendship, and Visionary Cartography, by Franco Berardi (Bifo), London: Palgrave MacMillan, 2008.

G. Abstracts Published in Academic Journals [** = available on World Wide Web]

** 1. Abstract of "A propos de Racine et Shakespeare: Tradition, Réforme et Révolution dans
le Romantisme" by Michel Crouzet (Nineteenth-Century French Studies 12.1-2, 1983-84: 1-32). In Thomas H. Goetz, ed. Nineteenth-Century French Studies Abstracts, Vol. 1 (1972) to Vol. 20 (1992). Diskette. Fredonia, NY, 1995. P. 141. Nineteenth-Century French Studies 28.1-2 (1999-2000): 144-145. http://libr.unl.edu:2000/ncfs/Pp.htm

H. Book Reviews Published

1. Academic Journals: [** = reviews available on World Wide Web at:
http://www.langlab.wayne.edu/romance/Stivalerev.html]
1. Michel Crouzet. Stendhal et le langage. Nineteenth-Century French Studies
11.1-2 (1982-83): 155-158.
2. F. W. J. Hemmings. Baudelaire the Damned. Romanic Review 74.3 (1983): 378-379.
3. Arthur Hirsh. The French New Left. The French Review 57.1 (1983): 121-122.
4. Bruno Vercier and Jacques Lecarme. La Littérature en France depuis 1968. The
French Review 57.3 (1984): 439-441.
5. Barabra Hill Rigney. Madness and Sexual Politics in the Feminist Novel: Studies
in Bronte, Woolf, Lessing and Atwood. Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature 3.1-2 (1984): 194-196.
6. Elissa D. Gelfand. Imagination in Confinement: Women's Writing from French
Prison. Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature 3.1-2 (1984): 211-213.
7. Michel Crouzet. La poétique de Stendhal. Nineteenth-Century French Studies
12.4 and 13.1 (1984): 178-180.
** 8. Terry Eagleton. Literary Theory: an Introduction. The French Review 58.4 (1985): 572-
573.
** 9. Gérard Genette. Nouveau discours du récit. The French Review 58.5 (1985): 742-743.
10. Michel Dentan. Le Texte et son lecteur. The French Review 58.6 (1985): 894-895.
11. Jean-Paul Aron. Les Modernes. The French Review 59.1 (1985): 163-164.
** 12. Alice A. Jardine. Gynesis: Configurations of Woman and Modernity. The French
Review 59.6 (1986): 967-968.
** 13. Victor Brombert. Victor Hugo and the Visionary Novel. SubStance 50 (1986): 116-119.
** 14. François Perrier. Voyages extraordinaires en Translacanie. The French Review
60.1 (1986): 154-155.
** 15. Francis Assaf. Lesage et le picaresque. The French Review 60.2 (1986): 256-257.
** 16. Michel Crouzet. Nature et société chez Stendhal. Nineteenth-Century French
Studies 15.1-2 (1986-87): 191-193.
** 17. Jean Baudrillard. La gauche divine, and Luc Ferry and Alain Renaut, La pensée
68. Essai sur l'anti-humanisme contemporain. The French Review 60.5 (1987): 742-744.
** 18. Pierre van den Heuvel. Parole, mot, silence. The French Review 60.6 (1987): 855-856.
** 19. Mary Donaldson-Evans. A Woman's Revenge. The Chronology of Dispossession in
Maupassant's Fiction. The French Review 61.2 (1987): 294-295.
** 20. David Carroll. Paraesthetics. Foucault, Lyotard, Derrida. The French Review
61.6 (1988): 947-948.
** 21. Shari Benstock. Women of the Left Bank. Paris, 1900-1940. The French
Review 61.6 (1988): 999-1000.
** 22. Françoise Meltzer. Salome and the Dance of Writing. The French Review 62.1
(1988): 154-155.
** 23. Janet Beizer. Family Plots: Balzac's Narrative Generations. SubStance 56
(1988): 102-104.
** 24. Ronald Schleifer. A. J. Greimas and the Nature of Meaning. The French Review
62.3 (1989): 513-514.
** 25. Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari. A Thousand Plateaus. The French Review
63.4 (1990): 701-702.
** 26. Jean-François Lyotard. The Differend: Phrases in Dispute. The French Review
63.4 (1990): 722-723.
** 27. Mark Poster. Critical Theory and Poststructuralism. The French Review 64.3
(1991): 504-506.
** 28. Ronald Bogue. Deleuze and Guattari. SubStance 64 (1991): 117-121.
** 29. Mark Poster. The Mode of Information. Post-Structuralism and Social Context.
Criticism 33.2 (1991): 268-271.
** 30. Roland A. Champagne. French Structuralism. The French Review 65.2 (1991):
299-300.
** 31. Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari. Qu'est-ce que la philosophie? Erofile 20 (May
6, 1992): World Wide Web: http://www.wheatonma.edu/academic/ academicdept/french/erofile/archive/ero20.html
** 32. Trinh T. Minh-Ha. When the Moon Waxes Red. Representation, Gender and
Cultural Politics. Criticism 34.3 (1992): 438-441.
** 33. D.G. Bevan and P.M. Wetherill. Sur la génétique textuelle. The French Review
66.2 (1992): 318-319.
** 34. Brian Massumi. A User's Guide to Capitalism and Schizophrenia. Criticism 35.1
(1993): 131-134.
35. Trinh T. Minh-Ha. Woman, Native, Other. Studies in Twentieth-Century
Literature 17.1 (1993): 157-160.
** 36. Mike Gane. Jean Baudrillard. Critical and Fatal Strategies. Criticism 35.2
(1993): 295-298.
** 37. Tuula Lehman. Transitions savantes et dissimulées. Une étude structurelle des
contes et nouvelles de Guy de Maupassant. The French Review 67.2 (1993): 362-363.
** 38. Dorothy Kelly. Telling Glances. Voyeurism in the French Novel. Criticism 36.2
(1994): 325-328.
** 39. John R. Gillis, ed. Commemorations. The Politics of National Identity. Criticism
37.1 (1995): 175-177.
** 40. Emile J. Talbot. Stendhal Revisited. Nineteenth-Century French Studies 23.3-4
(1995): 529-530.
** 41. Yale French Studies 88, "Depositions: Althusser, Balibar, Macherey, and the
Labor of Reading" (1995). The French Review 70.5 (1997): 764-765.
42. Gilles Deleuze. Negotiations. Studies in Twentieth-Century Literature 21.2 (1997): 480-
482.
43. Gilles Deleuze with Claire Parnet. L'Abécédaire de Gilles Deleuze. Dir. Pierre-
André Boutang. The French Review 72.4 (1999): 797-798.
44. Gilles Deleuze. Essays Critical and Clinical. Eleanor Kaufman and Kevin Jon Heller,
eds. Deleuze and Guattari: New Mappings in Politics, Philosophy, and Culture.
Symploké 6.1-2 (1998 [published in 2000]): 192-196.
45. Le Temps retrouvé. Raoul Ruiz, director. 1998. The French Review 75.2 (2001): 410-
411.
46. Herman Rapaport. The Theory Mess. SubStance 31.1 (2002): 136-144.
47. Guy Mermier. France, Past and Present. Contemporary French Civilization 27.1 (2002):
135-136.
48. Ian Buchanan. Deleuzism: A Metacommentary. SubStance 100 (2003): 144-150.
49. Gilles Deleuze. L'Ile déserte et autres textes. For SubStance 104 (2004): 153-155.
50. Ronald Bogue. Deleuze and Cinema. For Criticism 45.4 (2004): 529-532.
51. Brian Massumi. Parables for the Virtual. For Criticism 46.1 (2004): 145-150.
52. Proust in Perspective. Visions and Revisions. Eds. Armine Kotin Mortimer and Katherine
Kolb. For L'Esprit créateur 44.2 (2004): 98-99.
53. Gilles Deleuze. Deux régimes de fous. Textes et entretiens 1975-1995. For Radical
Philosophy 126 (July 2004): 53-54.

54. Gilles Deleuze, Two Regimes of Madness and Felix Guattari, The Anti-Oedipus Papers.
Deleuze Studies 1.1 (2007): 82-92.
55. Dana Polan, The Sopranos. Criticism 51:2 (2010): 339-438.
56. Denis Provencher, Queer French. Globalization, Language, and Sexual Citizenship in
France. The French Review 83.3 (2010): 710-711.
57. Garin Dowd, Abstract Machines: Samuel Becket and Philosophy After Deleuze and
Guattari. The French Review 83.4 (2010): 872-873.

2. In Magazines/Newspapers
1. "<Postmodern Culture>." In "Diversions," The Metro Times (Detroit; March 20, 1991):
14-15.

J. Creative Performances

1. Outside Metropolitan Area
1. Performance as the "Master of Ceremony" in "The Crêpe, the Chef, the Critic, and the
Volunteer," performance piece by Nicole Peyrafitte and Belle Giocanda, Digital Arts and Culture Conference, Brown University, April 26-29, 2001.
2. "Hot Fusion in the Summer Time: 'Zydeco Will Never Die'." RMIT, Melbourne, August
13, 2004 (dual listing with Invited Lectures; see below III.M).

2. In Metropolitan Area
1. Participation in the "Michigumbo" weekly radio show, WCBN-FM 88.3 FM, February 5,
2003.

L. Papers Presented
1. Invited and/or Refereed Internationally or Nationally
1. "A Structural Typology of the French Pastourelle." Southeastern Medieval Association
Conference, University of Kentucky, March 3, 1978.
2. "Le vraisemblable temporel dans Le Rouge et le Noir de Stendhal." Kentucky Foreign
Language Conference, University of Kentucky, April 28, 1979.
3. "Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari: Schizoanalysis and Literary Discourse." Symposium
on Directions in Semiotics and Structuralism, University of Missouri-Columbia, April 2,
1980.
4. "Corps érotique, corps créateur: H d'Arthur Rimbaud." Colloquium in Nineteenth-Century
French Studies, University of Houston, October 28, 1980.
5. "Lines of Revolt in the Jacques Vingtras Trilogy by Jules Vallès." Southeast Conference
on Romance Languages and Literatures, Rollins College, February 12, 1983.
6. "L'Énergie romantique et la temporalité narrative chez Stendhal." Colloquium on
"Stendhal et l'énergie romantique," Société des Etudes Romantiques, Palais du
Luxembourg / Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, France, June 5, 1983.
7. "Louise Michel: Toward Poetry as Revolution." Modern Language Association
Convention, New York City, December 27, 1983.
8. "La Signature de Jules Vallès dans la Trilogie de Jacques Vingtras: Entre
Autobiographie et Fiction." French Literature Conference, University of South Carolina, March 31, 1984.
9. "Figures, segments et singularités dans la Trilogie de Jacques Vingtras." Jules
Vallès Colloquium, Saint-Etienne, France, March 22-24, 1985.
10. "'L'image unifiée de l'Union': l'hégémonie audiovisuelle dans Soft Goulag d'Yves
Velan." Cincinnati Conference on Romance Languages and Literatures, May 15-17, 1985.
11. "Les Blouses and L'Insurgé: Narratives of Revolt." Modern Language Association
Convention, Chicago, December 28, 1985.
12. "Warming Up to the 'Post-Age': Deleuze and Guattari's Reconstructive Strategies."
Colloquium on Twentieth-Century French Literature, Baton Rouge, LA, March 7-9,
1986.
13. "A Poetics of 'Stratification': Deleuze and Guattari's Mille plateaux." Conference on
Narrative Poetics, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, April 10-12, 1986.
14. "L'Épuisement de l'Energie Temporelle dans Lucien Leuwen." Colloquium in
Nineteenth-Century French Literature, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, October 25, 1986.
15. "Of Schmürz and Men: Boris Vian's Les Bâtisseurs d'Empire." Cincinnati Conference on
Romance Languages and Literatures, May 13-15 1987.
16. "From the Hovel to the Street: Figures of Homelessness and Solidarity in Jules Vallès's
Le Bachelier." Modern Language Association Convention, New Orleans, December
28, 1988.
17. "Michel Tournier's 'Re-Mythologies': Word and Image Made Flesh in Le Coq de
Bruyère." Modern Language Association Convention, New Orleans, December 29,
1988.
18. "From Heterdoxy to 'Counter-Discourse': The Arguments Group." Sixth International
Colloquium on Twentieth-Century French Studies, Columbia University, March 30-April
1, 1989.
19. "Duty, Desire and Dream: Maupassant's 'La Petite Roque'." Conference on Narrative
Literature, University of Wisconsin-Madison, April 5-7, 1989.
20. "Fantastic Alibis: Day-Dreams and Narrative Desire in Maupassant's 'La Petite Roque'."
Cincinnati Conference on Romance Languages and Liiteratures, May 17-19, 1989.
21. "Le plissement and la fêlure: The Paris Commune in L'Insurgé and La Débâcle."
Colloquium in Nineteenth-Century French Literature, University of New Hampshire, October 26-28, 1989.
22. "'Like the Sculptor's Chisel': Voices 'On' and 'Off' in Barbey d'Aurevilly's Les
Diaboliques." International Society of Narrative Literature, New Orleans, April 5-7, 1990.
23. "Desire, Duplicity and Narratology: Boris Vian's L'Écume des jours." Twentieth-
Century French Studies Conference, Iowa City, April 20-22, 1990.
24. "Maupassant and the 'War-Machine': This Novella Which Is Not One." Cincinnati
Conference on Romance Languages and Literatures, May 16-18, 1990.
25. "A (Wo)man's Revenge: Guy de Maupassant and the 'War Machine'." Colloquium on
Nineteenth-Century French Literature, University of Oklahoma, October 11-13, 1990.
26. "Cyborg Plateaus: On 'Becomings' and 'Informatics of Domination'." Twentieth-Century
Literature Conference, University of Louisville, February 21, 1991.
27. "Michel Tournier, Postmodern?" Cincinnati Conference on Romance Languages and
Literatures, University of Cincinnati, May 15-17, 1991.
28. "Tournier's Le Coq de bruyère: Multiple Writings/Readings." International Society of
Narrative Literature, Nice, France, June, 1991.
29. "Of calicots and hommes-filles: Maupassant and the 'Bachelor Machine'." Colloquium on
Nineteenth-Century French Literature, New Orleans, LA, October 17-19, 1991.
30. "Maupassant and 'l'Art de rompre': Epistolary Undoing." Modern Language Association
Convention, San Francisco, December 27-30, 1991.
31. "Spaces of Affect: Cultural History Made-for-TV." Twentieth-Century French Studies
Conference, University of Pennsylvania, March 12-14, 1992.
32. "Of Mothers and Bachelors: Maupassant's 'L'Inutile Beauté'." Kentucky Foreign
Language Conference, April 23-25, 1992.
33. "Maupassant and the Other('s) Site of Pain." Cincinnati Conference on Romance
Languages & Literatures, University of Cincinnati, May 13-15, 1992.
34. "On heccéités and ritournelles: 'C'est ça la valse après jouer'." Colloquium on "Gilles
Deleuze: Pluralism, Theory and Practice." Trent University, Peterborough, Ont., May
15-17,1992.
35. "Guy de Maupassant and Narrative Strategies of 'Othering'." Conference on Literature
and Society in Nineteenth Century France, University of Adelaide, Australia, July 8-9,
1992.
36. "'Spaces of Affect: Form and Feelings in Louisiana Cajun Dance Culture." University of
Sydney, Australia, July 17, 1992.
37. "Allons à Lafayette: Louisiana Cajun Culture, A Visitor's Guide." Lecture-performance
(with Lezlie Hart Stivale), Central States Conference, Des Moines, March 22-25, 1993.
38. "Mapping the Revolt: Paris and the 1871 Commune in Vallès's L'Insurgé." Kentucky
Foreign Language Conference, April 22-24, 1993.
39. "Wire Barthes, Paris, France: Political and Cultural Engagement." Cincinnati Conference
on Romance Languages and Literatures, University of Cincinnati, May 13-15, 1993.
40. "Maupassant and the 'famille des écorchés'." Centenary Colloquium, University of
Durham, England, September 21-23, 1993.
41. "A Prelude to Terror: Maupassant's 'L'Art de rompre'." Colloquium on Nineteenth-
Century French Literature, University of Kansas, October 28-30, 1993.
42. "From Charleville to New York: The Rimbaud/Acker Connection." Modern Language
Association Convention, Toronto, December 27-30, 1993.
43. "Feet, Don't Fail Me Now: Forms and Feeling in the Cajun Dance Arena Twentieth-
Century Literature Conference, University of Louisville, February 24-26, 1994.
44. "Dislocation and Unsettling in the Cajun Music Repertoire." International Conference on
Narrative Literature, Vancouver, BC, April 29, 1994.
45. "The Rhizomatics of Cyberspace." International Conference on "Virtual Futures."
University of Warwick (England), May 7-8, 1994.
46. "'Effects' and 'Process': Literary Evaluation and the Scholarly Conference." Colloquium
on Nineteenth-Century French Literature, University of California, Santa Barbara,
October 21, 1994.
47. "Dance Lessons: Representation and Culture in the Cajun Music/Dance Arena." Popular
Culture Association Convention, April 12, 1995.
48. "'This Funny Chemistry': Narrative Desire and Discourse in Text-based Virtual Reality."
International Narrative Literature Conference, Park City, Utah, April 20-23, 1995.
49. "Dance Dialogues, Comment Laisse-t-on Les Bons Temps Rouler?" Cincinnati
Conference on Romance Languages and Literatures, University of Cincinnati, May 11, 1995.
** 50. "'help manners': Frontier Tales of Two MOOs." Society for Critical Exchange panel,
Modern Language Association Convention, Chicago, December 29, 1995. WWW: http://www.utdallas.edu/~cynthiah/lingua_archive/archive.html.
51. "'No Mo' Pomo', or (Re)Visions and Dialogics of ComMOOnity." Society of Narrative
Literature conference, Ohio State University, Columbus OH, April 25-28, 1996.
52. "'(Geo)graphies' of (dé)paysement in the Cajun Music Repertoire." Cincinnati
Conference on Romance Languages and Literatures, University of Cincinnati, May 9-11, 1996.
53. "'Comment peut-on être deleuzien?' Pursuing a Two-fold Thought." 20th Century
Division, Modern Language Association Convention, Washington D.C., December 27-30, 1996.
54. "Cajun Sound(s): Constructing Minor(ity) Identity." Third Annual Carolina Conference on
Romance Languages, University of North Carolina, March 20-22, 1997.
55. "Listing to Starboard (or Port or...): 'Mediators' on an Internet Exchange." International
Communication Association, Montreal, CA, May 13-17, 1997.
56. "The 'MLA Moment.'" Special Session on "MLAlienation," Modern Language Association
Convention, Toronto, CA, December 27-30, 1997.
57. "Regarding an 'Image of Thought': Gilles Deleuze's Abécédaire." Twentieth-Century
French and Francophone Studies Colloquium, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, March 26-28, 1998.
58. "Narratives and Metanarratives: Carlos Castaneda's 'Textual-Becomings'." International
Society of Narrative Literature Conference, Northwestern University, April 2-6, 1998.
** 59. "Monsieur Jourdain Meets Cultural Studies." Nineteenth-Century French Studies
Colloquium, Pennsylvania State University, October 23-26, 1998.
http://www.langlab.wayne.edu/Romance/NCFS/CStivale.html
** 60. "Tenure and its Denial: Facing the Winter Years and Beyond." Modern Language
Association convention, San Francisco, Dec. 27-30, 1998.
http://www.langlab.wayne.edu/Romance/Romfaculty/MLAlienation/CStivaleMLA98.html
61. "Staging Authenticity: Globality and Locality in French Cajun Music." Twentieth-Century
French and Francophone Studies Colloquium, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, March 25-27, 1999.
62. "The Folds of Friendship: Derrida-Deleuze-Foucault." "Rhizomatics, Genealogy,
Deconstruction" Colloquium, Trent University, Peterborough, Ont., May 20-23, 1999.
64. "From Jourdain to Trissotin: Speaking the 'Tongues' of Theory." Nineteenth-Century
French Studies Colloquium, University of Western Ontario, London, Ont., October 21-
24, 1999. http://www.langlab.wayne.edu/Romance/NCFS1999.html
65. "How Now Deleuze," in panel entitled "Why Deleuze, Why Now?" Twentieth-First
Century French Studies Colloquium, University of Pennsylvania, March 23-25, 2000.
66. "Judging Without Judgment: Deleuze, the Literary 'Critical and Clinical'." International
Association of Philosophy and Literature colloquium, SUNY-Stony Brook, May 9-13,
2000.
67. "Between Work and Play: Protocols of Friendship and Community in Text-Based VR."
Digital Arts and Culture Conference 2000, Bergen, Norway, August 2-4, 2000.
68. "Affective (Geo)graphies: (Dé)paysement in the Poetics of Zachary Richard." Modern
Language Association convention, Washington, DC, Dec. 27-30, 2000.
69. "Deleuze, l'appel au soi, et le style." Congrès de l'ACFAS, Sherbrooke, Quebec, May
17, 2001.
70. "A la recherche des 'bons temps': Teaching and Learning (in) French Cultural Studies."
French Studies Conference on French Cultural Studies, Oct. 11-13, 2001.
71. "Drowning, and Moving On." Modern Language Association Convention, New Orleans,
Dec. 27-30, 2001.
72. "The Cajun/Zydeco Music and Dance Arena Online: Diaspora in Cyberspace." Cultural
Studies Symposium, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, March 7-10, 2002.
73. "Deleuze, 'l'entre-deux,' and Literary Style." 20th/21st Century Studies Colloquium,
Hartford, CT, April 4-7, 2002.
74. "A la recherche des 'bons temps': Teaching and Learning (in) French Cultural Studies."
20th/21st Century Studies Colloquium, Hartford, CT, April 4-7, 2002.
75. "Horny Dudes: Guy de Maupassant and the Masculine Feuille de rose." Nineteenth-
Century French Studies Colloquium, Ohio State University, October 24-27, 2002.
76. "Benchmarks." 20th/21st Century Studies Colloquium, University of Illinois-
Urbana/Champaign, March 27-29, 2003.
77. "Corps et langue en déplacement: De la jeunesse à la maturité chez Zachary Richard."
CIEF Convention, New Orleans, LA, June 17-21, 2003.
78. "Relativizing Revisions, Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Canon."
Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium, Arizona State University, October 23-25, 2003.
79. "Tracking the Rogue Translation: Guy de Maupassant in the Anglo Wilderness."
Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium, Arizona State University, October 23-25, 2003.
80. ADFL Panel on "Confronting the Visible and Invisible Stresses of Academic Culture":
"Out of Sight (Barely), Never Far from Mind: Stealth Practices in Academe." MLA Convention, San Diego, Dec 27-30, 2003.
81. " 'Zydeco Will Never Die': Affirmation in Louisiana Nouveau Zydeco." 20th/21st Century
Studies Colloquium, Florida State University, April 1-4, 2004.
82. "Paddling 'Against the Tide': Zachary Richard's Pain and Remembrance." Nineteenth-
Century French Studies Colloquium, Washington University, October 28-30, 2004.
83. "Zachary Richard, Between Retro and Innovation," Diasporic Avant-Gardes:
Experimental Poetics and Cultural Displacement, University of California-Irvine, November 19-20, 2004.
84. "Of Dignity and Ridicule: Virility from Mosca to Muffat." Nineteenth-Century French
Studies Division panel on "Gerontological Sex." Modern Language Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA, December 27-30, 2004.
85. "'Why Are The French So …?' Facing French Culture in the Undergraduate
Classroom." Special Session, Modern Language Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA, December 27-30, 2004.
86. "'Why Are The French So …?' Facing French Culture in the Undergraduate Classroom." Conference on Cold War France and America: New Perspectives, Florida State University, February 3-5, 2005.
87. "From Affect to Zigzag, and Back: Creation, Life and Friendship." Colloquium on
Twentieth/Twenty-First Century French Studies, University of Florida, March 31-April 2, 2005.
88. "Saving the World Today: Tony Soprano and the Parody of American Heroism." Holy
Men in Tights! A Superheroes Conference, University of Melbourne, June 9-12, 2005.
89. "Foucault's Folds: Deleuze and the Interstices of Friendship." The Politics of Being
Conference, University of New South Wales, Sydney, June 15-17, 2005.
90. "From Zigzag to Affect, and Back: Creation, Life and Friendship." "Sensorium"
Philosophy and Aesthetics Conference, University of Melbourne, June 22-24, 2005.
91. "Deleuze and Terror, or Casting Planes Across Chaos." RMIT Conference on Space
and Terror, Melbourne, Australia, July 1-2, 2005.
92. "Outside In, Inside Out: Louisiana Cajun Otherness With(in) North America." Australian
Society of French Studies Conference, Perth, Australia, July 6-8, 2005.
93. "Boys' Rooms, Spaces of Desire." Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium,
University of Texas, October 27-29, 2005.
94. "Guattari's Proust: From Signs to Assemblages." Colloquium on Twentieth/ Twenty-First
Century French Studies, University of Miami, March 30-April 1, 2006.

95. "Deleuze's Laugh: Friendship and the Impersonal." Gilles Deleuze, Image and Text
Conference, University of South Carolina, April 6-7, 2007.
96. "Boyz 2 Men: The Goncourt's Rites of Passage." Nineteenth-Century French Studies
Colloquium, University of Southern Alabama, October 18-20, 2007.
97. "Miscreants 'R Us: Upping the Deviant Ante in Virginie Despentes's Baise-Moi." Modern
Language Association Convention, Chicago, December 27-30, 2007.
98. "Sense and Nomads, or Games People Play." International Association of Philosophy
and Literature conference. Melbourne, Australia, June 30-July 6, 2008.
99. "What's Love Got To Do With It? Balzac, Stendhal and their Physiologies." Australian
Society of French Studies, Melbourne, July 14-16, 2008.
100. "Making Men: Between (La Cousine) Bette and a Hard Place." Nineteenth-Century
French Studies Colloquium, Vanderbilt University, October 16-18, 2008.
101. "Cracks and Crevices of Thought, in Logic of Sense." Colloquium on Twentieth/
Twenty-First Century French Studies, University of Minnesota, March 27-30, 2009.
102. "Etre aux aguets: On Lebenspraktiken and Worthiness." Second International Deleuze
Studies Conference, Cologne, Germany, August 10-12, 2009.
103. "Take Me To the Place Where the Old Boys Play." Nineteenth-Century French Studies
Colloquium, University of Southern Alabama, October 22-24, 2009.
104. "'Etre aux aguets': Deleuze on the Lookout for New Worlds". Colloquium on
Twentieth/Twenty-First Century French Studies, University of Guelph (organizers), Toronto, Canada, March 25-27, 2010.

 

2. Invited and/or Refereed Locally/Regionally
1. "Louise Michel, Revolutionary Poet." Central Pennsylvania Consortium Conference on
"Dimensions of Women's Creativity." Franklin & Marshall College, February 26, 1983.
2. "Soft Goulag ou les enfants du paradis." Ninth Annual Colloquium on Modern
Literature and Film, University of West Virginia, September 27-29, 1984.
3. "Nomad Love and the War Machine: Michel Tournier's Gilles et Jeanne." NEMLA
Convention, Providence, RI, March 24, 1988.
4. "French Cajun Music: A Two-Step By and Beyond the Bayou." French II section,
Midwest MLA Convention, Chicago, IL, November 14-16, 1991.
5. Respondent, Science Fiction Section, Midwest MLA Convention, St. Louis, November
5-8,1992.
6. "Allons à Lafayette: Louisiana Cajun Music and Culture." Lecture-performance
and workshop (with Lezlie Hart Stivale), Franklin & Marshall College, April 27, 1993.
7. "'Spam': Heteroglossia and Harassment in Cyberspace." Midwest MLA
Convention, Chicago, IL, November 10-12, 1994.
8. "On Cultural Lessons, French and Other." Midwest MLA Convention, Chicago, IL,
November 10-12, 1994.
9. "Maupassant, or Mille Horla." Ohio State University. Journée Maupassant, November 20,
1993.
10. "'@lrs' [long-range-scan]: Rhetoric and Protocols of 'dis-placement'." Popular Culture
section, Midwest MLA Convention, Minneapolis, MN, November 7-9, 1996.
11. "(Se) Rendre Compte: Orienting Graduate Students to Professional (Ir)Realities."
French III section, Midwest MLA Convention, Minneapolis, MN, November 7-9, 1996.
12. With E. Nicole Meyer and James Mileham. "Assessment and its Vicissitudes:
Faculty and/vs. Administration." French III section, Midwest MLA Convention, Minneapolis, MN, November 7-9, 1996.
13. "Becoming Cajun." French III section, Midwest MLA Convention, Chicago, IL,
November 6-8, 1997.
14. "Debate: Should the Midwest Modern Language Association Conference Format
Be Revised?" Midwest MLA Convention, Chicago, IL, November 6-8, 1997.
15. "Policing Borders: Cultural Studies and its French (Dis)Connections." Conjunctures I
Working Group Conference, Atlanta, GA, May 22-25, 1998.
16. "'J'ai Eté Au Bal': Cajun Dance and Music Space." Francophone Studies section,
Midwest MLA Convention, St. Louis, IL, November 6-8, 1998.
17. "Odors of Intimacy, Scents of Horror." French III section, Midwest MLA Convention,
St. Louis, IL, November 6-8, 1998.
18. "Disenchanting Les Bons Temps." Conjunctures II Working Group Conference,
Montréal, Quebec, October 8-11, 1999.
19. "Disenchanting Les Bons Temps in the Cajun Dance/Music Arena." WSU Humanities
Center Brown Bag Luncheon Series, October 19, 1999.
20. "Unblocking the Canon: Jules Vallès and the Third Republic of Letters." French II
section, Midwest MLA Convention, Minneapolis, MN, November 5-7, 1999.
21. "Total Eclipse: The Elision and Eclipse of the Literary and Leonardo." Modern Literature
section, Midwest MLA Convention, Minneapolis, MN, November 5-7, 1999.
22. "Gilles Deleuze's Literary ABCs." WSU English Department Series on "The Avant-
Garde and Cultural Studies." November 19, 1999.
23. With Catherine Barrette and Lisa Vollendorf, "Practical Examples of Web Integration in
Foreign Language Pedagogy." The WSU "Teaching in the New Millennium"
Conference, March 9, 2000.
24. "Disenchanting Les Bons Temps: Disjunctions in Cajun and Creole Identities."
International Francophone Studies section, Midwest MLA Convention, Kansas City, MO, November 2-4, 2000.
25. Respondent, Women in French section, Midwest MLA Convention, Kansas City, MO,
November 2-4, 2000.
26. "Feeling the Event: 'Spaces of Affect' and the Cajun Dance Arena". Conjunctures III
Working Group Conference, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, March 15-17,
2001.
27. "Millennial Deleuze, or Beyond the Tombeau." Conjunctures V Working Group
Conference, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, October 10-12, 2003.
28. " 'Zydeco Will Never Die': Affirmation in Louisiana Nouveau Zydeco." In CIEF panel, "La
francophonie au carrefour des identities," Midwest MLA Convention, Chicago, November 7-9, 2003.
29. "Coming to (French) Cultural Studies." In French III Panel, "Cultural Studies In French
Studies: Challenges And Territories," Midwest MLA Convention, Chicago, November 7-9, 2003.
30. "'Why Are The French So …?' Facing the Future (and Present) of French Culture in the
Undergraduate Classroom," Midwest MLA Convention, Chicago, November 5-7, 2004.
31. "From Zigzag to Affect, and Back: Creativity and Life." Conjunctures VI Working Group
Conference, McGill University, Montreal, March 11-13.
32. Respondent, French III, Midwest MLA Convention, Milwaukee, WI, November 11-13,
2005.
33. "Deleuze's Laugh." Conjunctures VII Working Group Conference, University of
Minnesota, May 18-20, 2006.

34. "Killing to the Beat: Lyrical and Sound Affects in Baise-moi." Midwest MLA Convention,
Chicago, November 10-12, 2006.
35. "Boyz 2 Men: The Collaborative Erotics of the Brothers Goncourt." Humanities Center
Brown Bag Talk, October 9, 2007.
36. "Teaching Paris's Gentrification and Community in Chacun Cherche Son Chat."
Midwest MLA Convention, Cleveland, November 11-12, 2007.
37. "Preparing Gilles Deleuze's ABCs: Publishing without Perishing." Presentation to the
WSU Le Cercle Français, April 4, 2008.

M. Invited Seminars or Lectures Presented in the Last Five Years (see also Supplementary
CV)

1. "Gilles Deleuze, The Folds of Pedagogy and Friendship," University of New South
Wales, August 9, 2004.
2. "Gilles Deleuze, The Folds of Pedagogy and Friendship," University of Melbourne,
August 12, 2004.
3. "Hot Fusion in the Summer Time: 'Zydeco Will Never Die'." RMIT, Melbourne, August 13, 2004.
4. "From Zigzag to Affect, and Back: Creation, Life and Friendship." Graduate seminar
presentation, University of Michigan, April 5, 2005.
5. "Chambres de garçons, espaces de désirs." Annual Workshop in Nineteenth-Century
French Studies, University of Florida Paris Research Center, Paris, France, May 30-31, 2005.
6. "From Zigzag to Affect, and Back: Creation, Life and Friendship." University of
Queensland, July 12, 2005.
7. "Outside In, Inside Out: Louisiana Cajun Otherness With(in) North America." Dept. of French and Italian, University of Minnesota, November 10, 2005.
8. "Outside In, Inside Out: Louisiana Cajun Otherness With(in) North America." Dept. of French and Italian, University of North Carolina, November 17, 2005.
9. "Outside In, Inside Out: Louisiana Cajun Otherness With(in) North America." Dept. of Romance Languages, University of Vermont, December 1, 2005.
10. "Outside In, Inside Out: Louisiana Cajun Otherness With(in) North America." Alliance Française de Detroit, February 19, 2006.
11. "Of Dignity and Ridicule: Virility from Mosca to Muffat." Annual Workshop in Nineteenth-Century French Studies, University of Florida Paris Research Center, Paris, France, June 7-8, 2006.
12. "Deleuze's Laugh: Friendship and the Impersonal." Dept. of Romance Languages, Michigan State University, E. Lansing, MI, October 28, 2006.
17. "'Travail et femmes': The Goncourt's Collaborative Erotics." Annual Workshop
in Nineteenth-Century French Studies, University of Florida Paris Research Center, Paris, France, May 31-June 1, 2007.
18. "What's Love Got To Do With It? Constructing Masculinities Through Stendhal and
Balzac." Ohio State University, May 9, 2008.
19. "What's Love Got To Do With It? Constructing Masculinities Through Stendhal and
Balzac." Annual Working Group in Nineteenth-Century French Studies, University of Florida Paris Research Center, Paris, France, June 4-5, 2008.
20. "(Logic of) Sense and Nomads, or "une oeuvre à faire." University of Montreal, August 21, 2008.
21. "Hierarchies of Honor, or Re-figuring Desire in La Cousine Bette and Le Cousin Pons."
Annual Working Group in Nineteenth-Century French Studies, University of Florida Paris Research Center, Paris, France, June 4-5, 2009.

N. Other Scholarly Work:
1. Outside evaluator on tenure review, Dept. of French, Yale University (1983)
2. Outside evaluator on tenure review, Dept. of Romance Languages & Literatures,
St. Olaf's College (fall 1989)
3. Field bibliographer, MLA International Bibliography,1990-1995.
4. Outside reader of manuscript for the University of Michigan Press (fall 1991)
5. Outside evaluator on tenure review, Dept. of French and Italian, Ohio State
University (fall 1991).
6. Outside reader of manuscript for Criticism (fall 1992)
7. Outside evaluator on tenure review, Dept. of Modern Languages, Loyola College
of Maryland (fall 1992)
8. Independent reader for MLA convention panel organized by Women in French
(Allied Organization) (winter 1993)
9. Outside reader of manuscript for Mosaic (winter 1993)
10. Outside reader of manuscript for Rethinking Marxism (fall 1993)
11. Outside reader of manuscript for Wayne State University Press (fall 1993).
12. Outside evaluator of book series "Theory Out of Bounds" for University of
Minnesota Press (winter 1994)
13. Outside reader of manuscript for Wesleyan University Press (spring 1994)
14. Outside reader of manuscript for Nineteenth-Century French Studies (May
1994)
15. Outside evaluator on tenure review, Humanities, University of Wisconsin-Green
Bay (fall 1994)
16. Outside evaluator on contract renewal, Dept. of Modern Languages, Carnegie
Mellon University (spring 1995)
17. Outside reader of manuscript for University of Michigan Press (spring 1995)
18. Outside reader of manuscript for University of Delaware Press (spring 1995)
19. Outside evaluator on tenure review, Colby College (fall 1995)
20. Outside reader of manuscript for University of Michigan Press (spring 1996)
21. Outside reader of books considered for translation for University of Michigan
Press (summer 1996)
22. Outside evaluator on tenure review, Rider University (fall 1996)
23. Outside evaluator on tenure review, University of Richmond (fall 1996)
24. Outside evaluator on tenure review, Michigan Technological University (fall 1996)
25. Outside reader of manuscript for University of Michigan Press (winter 1997)
26. Evaluator of proposals and abstracts for the 1997 Nineteenth-Century French
Studies colloquium (spring 1997)
27. Outside reader of manuscript for Routledge (fall 1997)
28. "Gilles Deleuze's ABC Primer." Summaries of 8-hour video, L'Abécédaire de
Gilles Deleuze. Online (August 1997) at
http://www.langlab.wayne.edu/Romance/FreDeleuze.html.
29. Evaluator of proposals and abstracts for the 1998 Nineteenth-Century French
Studies colloquium (spring 1998)
30. Outside reader of manuscript for Routledge (spring 1998)
31. Outside reader of manuscript for Wayne State University Press (fall 1998)
32. Outside reader of two books by Félix Guattari for possible translation by Athlone Press (UK) (fall 1998)
33. Outside editorial reader of manuscript for Cultural Studies (winter 1999)
34. Editorial reader of manuscript for Angelaki (winter 1999)
35. Outside reader of book proposal for Guilford Publications (August 1999)
36. Outside evaluator on tenure review, Indiana University (fall 1999)
37. Organizing pedagogical roundtable at the Twentieth-Century French Studies
Colloquium, University of Pennsylvania, March 30-April 2, 2000.
38. Outside editorial reader of a journal issue for Cultural Studies (fall 1999)
39. Outside evaluator on tenure review, University of Tennessee-Knoxville (fall 1999).
40. Editorial reader of manuscript for Nineteenth-Century French Studies (fall 1999).
41. Outside reader of book proposal for Athlone Press (UK) (spring 2000).
42. Outside evaluator of conference proposals, 2000 Nineteenth-Century French Studies
colloquium (spring 2000).
43. Outside editorial reader of a manuscript for Cultural Studies (fall 2000).
44. Outside editorial reader of a manuscript for National Identity (spring 2001).
45. Editorial reader of a manuscript for Angelaki (spring 2001).
46. Outside evaluator of conference proposals, 2001 Nineteenth-Century French Studies
colloquium (spring 2001).
47. Outside evaluator on tenure review, University of Florida (summer 2001).
48. Outside consultant and evaluator for NEH Endowed Professor appointment,
Southwest Texas State University (winter 2002).
49. Outside reader of manuscript for Routledge (winter 2002).
50. Outside evaluator on tenure review, Vassar College (winter 2002).
51. Editorial reader of a manuscript for Angelaki (winter 2002)
52. Outside evaluator of conference proposals, 2002 Nineteenth-Century French Studies
colloquium (spring 2002).
53. Editorial reader of a manuscript for Angelaki (summer 2002).
54. Outside evaluator of manuscript for PMLA (summer 2002).
55. Outside evaluator of conference proposals, 2003 20th/21st Century French Studies
colloquium (summer 2002).
56. Outside reader of manuscript for University of Nebraska Press (fall 2002).
57. Editorial reader of two manuscripts for Angelaki (winter 2003).
58. Editorial reader of a manuscript for Journal of the Midwest Modern Language
Association (winter 2003).
59. Outside reader for Etudes littéraires issue on George Sand (winter 2003).
60. Outside evaluator of conference proposals, 2003 Nineteenth-Century French Studies
colloquium (spring 2003).
61. Outside evaluator on tenure review, University of California-Santa Barbara (winter
2003).
62. Outside evaluator on promotion review, University of Adelaide, Australia (spring 2003).
63. Outside editorial reader of a manuscript for Cultural Studies (spring 2003).
64. Outside evaluator on promotion review, University of Georgia (summer 2003).
65. Outside evaluator on tenure review, University of Rhode Island (fall 2003).
66. Outside evaluator on promotion review, Colby College (fall 2003).
67. Outside evaluator of manuscript for PMLA (fall 2003).
68. Committee evaluator for the Naomi Schor Graduate Travel Award, 2003 Nineteenth- Century French Studies colloquium (fall 2003).
69. Outside evaluator of special issue manuscript for Cultural Studies (fall 2003).
70. Outside reader of a manuscript for Journal of the Midwest Modern Language
Association (winter 2004).
71. Outside reader of a book manuscript for the University of Toronto Press (winter 2004).
72. Editorial reader of two manuscripts for Angelaki (spring 2004).
73. Outside evaluator of conference proposals, 2004 Nineteenth-Century French Studies
colloquium (spring 2004).
74. Editorial reader for 20 essays for 2004 issue of Profession (spring 2004).
75. Outside evaluator on promotion review, University of California-San Diego (fall 2004).
76. Editorial reader of one manuscript for Cultural Studies (fall 2004).
77. Outside evaluator of conference proposals, 2005 Twentieth/Twenty-First-Century
French Studies colloquium (fall 2004).
78. Editorial reader of one manuscript for Angelaki (fall 2004).
79. Editorial reader of translation for Postmodern Culture (winter 2005).
80. Senior mentor and investigator on Australian Research Council Grant proposal
submitted by Felicity J. Colman (University of Melbourne) (winter 2005; resubmission in progress).
81. Editorial reader for 28 essays for 2005 issue of Profession (spring 2005).
82. Outside evaluator on tenure review, University of Central Florida (fall 2005).
83. Outside evaluator on tenure review, University of Pittsburgh (fall 2005).
84. Outside evaluator on promotion review, Loyola Marymount University (fall 2005).
85. Outside evaluator on promotion review, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay (fall 2005).
86. Outside reader of a book manuscript for the University of Minnesota Press (fall 2005).
87. Editorial reader of one manuscript for Cultural Studies (fall 2005).
88. Outside reader of a book manuscript for the University of Nebraska Press (winter 2006).
89. Outside reader of one manuscript for the journal Revue Cinémas (summer 2006).
90. Outside evaluator on tenure review, University of Missouri (fall 2006).
91. Outside evaluator of manuscript for PMLA (summer 2006).

92. Outside evaluator of proposal for Berg Publishers (winter 2007).
93. Editorial reader of one manuscript for Angelaki (winter 2008).
94. Outside evaluator on promotion review, University of Houston (fall 2008).
95. Outside evaluator on tenure review, University of Nebraska (fall 2008).
96. Outside evaluator on internal professional competition, University of Oklahoma (fall 2008).
97. Editorial reader of two manuscripts for Angelaki (fall 2008).
98. Editorial read of one manuscript for Cultural Studies (winter 2009).
99. Editorial reader of one manuscript for Angelaki (spring 2009).
100. Editorial reader of one book proposal, Edinburgh University Press (summer 2009).
101. Editorial reader of one manuscript for Angelaki (summer 2009).

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IV. Service
A. Administrative Appointments at Wayne State in Last Five Years (see also Supplementary
CV):
Interim Graduate Director, Department of Romance Languages, winter 2006

C. Committee Assignments in Last Five Years (see also Supplementary CV)

1. University Committees Chaired
1. English Department Program Review, Review Advisory Panel member, 2003-2004

2. University Committee Membership
1. Distinguished Graduate Faculty Selection Committee, February, 2008
2. Women's Studies Program Review, Review Advisory Panel member, Winter 2009.

3. College/Department Committees Chaired

4. College/Department Committee Membership
1. Department of Romance Languages Salary Committee, 2004-05
2. Department of Romance Languages Search Committees (Spanish and Italian), 2005-06
3. Department of Romance Languages Policy Committee, winter 2006
4. Department of Classical and Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures Ad Hoc
Advisory Committee, 2007-08
5. Department of Classical and Modern Languages Search Committee (Spanish), 2007-08
6. Department of Classical and Modern Languages Search Committee (French), 2008-09
7. Department of Classical and Modern Languages Promotion and Tenure Committee,
2009.

5. Departmental section assignments
1. French Area Convener 1996-2002, 2003-2008, 2009-present.

D. Positions Held in Professional Associations in Last Five Years (see also Supplementary CV)

1. Elected Midwest regional member, Delegate Assembly, Modern Language
Associate (1993-1995), re-elected (1997-1999), re-elected (2001-2003).
2. Elected to MLA Nineteenth-Century French Studies Division Executive Committee
(2000-2004).
3. Elected to Midwest Modern Language Association Executive Committee (2001-2004),
Conference Program Committee member, 2001-2004.
4. Modern Literature Section, Midwest Modern Language Association, Secretary
(2000), Chair (2001).
5. Ad Hoc Committee on Staffing Standards, Modern Language Association (2001-2002).
6. French IIII Section, Midwest Modern Language Association, Co-Secretary (2002),
Co-Chair (2003).

F. Professional Consultation
3. Consulting to Public Agencies, Foundations, Professional Associations

1. Evaluated grant proposal for NEH Translations Program, Division of Research
Programs, Fall 1992
2. Evaluated grant proposal for FCAR (Fonds pour la Formation de Chercheurs et
l'Aide à la Recherche), Québec, Fall 1997
3. Evaluated grant proposal for FCAR (Fonds pour la Formation de Chercheurs et
l'Aide à la Recherche), Québec, Fall 1998
4. Evaluated grant proposal for FCAR (Fonds pour la Formation de Chercheurs et
l'Aide à la Recherche), Québec, Fall 1999

G. Journal/Editorial Activity

1. Editorships
1. Guest Editor: SubStance 44/45 (1984): "Gilles Deleuze"
2. Guest Editor: SubStance 66 (1991): "Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari"
3. Co-organizer (with William R. Paulson, U of Michigan) of special section of
Nineteenth-Century French Studies 24.1/2 (1995) on "Directions for Nineteenth-Century French Studies"
4. Guest Editor: Works and Days 25/26 (1995): "CyberSpaces: Pedagogy and Performance
on the Electronic Frontier"

2. Editorial Board Memberships
1. Cincinnati Romance Review, 1988-present
2. Works and Days, 1995-present
3. H.B. Révue Internationale d'Etudes Stendhaliennes, 1997-present
4. Angelaki: journal of the theoretical humanities, 1999-present
5. Journal of the Midwest Modern Language Association, 2001-2003
6. Société des Dix-Neuviémistes journal, 2002-present
7. Criticism, 2003-present.
8. Cultural Studies, 2003-2007.
9. Profession, 2004-2005.
10. Australian Journal of French Studies, 2005-present.
11. Deleuze Journal, 2006-present.
12. Deleuze Webjournal A/V, 2006-present.

H. Other Professionally Related Service
1. Organized and chaired Graduate Student Caucus section, "The Graduate Student as
Literary Critic: The Challenge of New Perspectives." Modern Language Association Convention, Houston, December 28, 1980
2. Chaired section on Stendhal, Colloquium in Nineteenth-Century French Literature,
University of Massachusetts-Amherst, October 22, 1982
3. Attended "Marxism and the Interpretation of Cultures Conference, University of Illinois,
June 1984
4. Organized faculty forum and public lectures at Franklin & Marshall for Profs.
Lawrence Grossberg (March 1983), Eric Chartier (March 1984), Alice A. Jardine (April 1984), Steven Ungar (November 1985)
5. Proposed the organization of a foreign film series at Franklin & Marshall College
(Fall 1983); organized publicity and projection of two seasons (twelve films each) of the Foreign Film Classics series (1984-1985; 1985-1986)
6. Chaired section on Maupassant, Colloquium in Nineteenth-Century French Literature,
Vanderbilt University, October 17-19, 1985
7. Organized special session on "Jules Vallès, The Other Centenary." Modern
Language Association Convention, Chicago, December 28, 1985
8. Prepared departmental proposal for the organization of off-campus French House
at Franklin & Marshall; served as French House faculty advisor (1985-1986)
9. Organized campus visits and public lectures at Tulane University for Professors Richard
D. Lockwood, Alec G. Hargreaves, Lawrence Grossberg, and Alice A. Jardine (1987-1990)
10. Chaired section on "Mothers in Literature." Colloquium in Nineteenth-Century
French Literature, Northwestern University, October 24, 1987
11. Chaired section on "Naissance et Renaissance des Genres." Colloquium in
Nineteenth-Century French Literature, University of Michigan, October 27-29, 1988
12. Organized and chaired panel on "Polyphonic French Textualities." International
Society of Narrative Literature, New Orleans, April 5-7, 1990
13. Organized and chaired panel on "Nineteeth-Century French Textualities: la nouvelle."
Cincinnati Conference on Romance Languages and Literatures, May 16-18, 1990
14. Attended AATF Convention, New Orleans, July 1-3, 1990
15. Organized and chaired panel on "Jules Vallès: Political and Ideological
Representations." Colloquium on Nineteenth-Century French Literature, University of Oklahoma, October 11-13, 1990
16. Attended "Beyond Cyberpunk" Symposium, Detroit Institute of Art, November 3, 1990
17. Organized and chaired special session on "Mille Plateaux, Ten Years Later."
Modern Language Association Convention, Chicago, IL, December 27-30, 1990
18. Presented keynote address at initiation ceremony of French Honor Society,
University Liggett School, Grosse Pointe Woods, MI, March 3, 1991
19. Organized campus visit and public lecture at Wayne State University for Prof. Alec G.
Hargreaves, March 19, 1991
20. Attended "Otherness: A Symposium on Cultural Diversity," Detroit Institute of Art, March
23, 1991
21. Organized and chaired panel on "The Postmodern and French Thought
Cincinnati Conference on Romance Languages and Literatures, May 15-17, 1991
22. Organized French Literature Section on "La (Sainte) Famille," Kentucky Foreign
Language Conference, April 23-25, 1992
23. Organized and chaired panel on "The Other Within/Without in Contemporary
French Studies." Cincinnati Conference on Romance Languages and Literatures, University of Cincinnati, May 13-15, 1992
24. Chaired panel, Colloquium in Nineteenth-Century French Literature, SUNY-
Binghamton, NY, October 22-25, 1992
25. Department representative to reception organized by Consulate General of
France, January 30, 1993
26. Organizer and chair of panel on "Guy de Maupassant, A Centenary." Cincinnati
Conference on Romance Languages and Literatures, University of Cincinnati, May 13-15, 1993
27. Organizer and chair of panel on "L'Héritage du 'post-structuralisme': Entrave ou
ouverture?" Midwest Modern Language Association Convention, Minneapolis, November 4-6, 1993
28. Organizer and chair of Society for Critical Exchange panel on "Beyond the
Podium: Directions for Academic Conferencing." Midwest Modern Language Association Convention, Minneapolis, November 4-6, 1993
29. Chair of panel on Céline, Cincinnati Conference on Romance Languages, University of
Cincinnati, May 13, 1994
30. Co-organizer of section, "Directions for Nineteenth-Century French Studies,"
Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium, University of Santa Barbara, October 27-30,1994
31. Organizer and chair of forum, "Contemporary Issues in French Studies," Midwest
Modern Language Association Convention, Chicago, November 10-12, 1994
32. Organizer and chair of Special Session, "Strategies of Discourse in Cyberspace,"
Modern Language Association Convention, San Diego, December 27-30, 1994
33. Attended CCCC's Convention, Washington, DC, March 22-25, 1995
34. Chair and presenter on panel, Popular Culture/American Culture Association
Convention, Philadelphia, April 13-15, 1995
35. Organizer and chair of panel, "Performance in Cyberspace and the Tales
(Un)Told)," Society for the Study of Narrative Literature conference, Park City,
Utah, April 20-22, 1995
36. Organizer and chair of panel, "Performance and French Studies," Cincinnati
Romance Languages Conference, May 13-15, 1995
37. Attended International Association of Philosophy and Literature conference,
Villanova University, May 11-13, 1995
38. Moderator for online Listserv discussion among essay contributors to special
issue of Works and Days, spring-summer 1995
39. Chair of panel, Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium, University of
Delaware, October 25-28, 1995
40. Organizer and chair of forum, "Contemporary Issues in French Studies," Midwest
Modern Language Association Convention, St. Louis, November 2-4, 1995
41. Petition accepted for creation of French III section, "Issues in French Studies," Midwest
MLA; designated Chair for first convention session, Minneapolis, November 1996.
42. Organizer and chair of two panels, "Narrative(s) Online, Tales of Virtual Community,"
International Society of Narrative Literature conference, April 25-28, 1996, Ohio State
University, Columbus OH
43. Chair of panel on "Stendhal", Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium,
University of Toronto, October 25, 1996.
44. Chair, Ad Hoc Committee on the Governance of French Sections, Midwest
Modern Language Association, 1996.
45. Organizer and chair of Popular Culture section, "Popular Culture(s) Online: Tales
and Practices of/in Virtual Communities," Midwest MLA Convention, Minneapolis, November 10-12, 1996.
46. Organizer and chair of French III section, "'Comptabilité/Responsabilité':
'Accountability' and Pedagogy in French Studies in the 1990s," Midwest MLA Convention, Minneapolis, November 10-12, 1996.
47. Organizer and chair of Special Session, "After Deleuze and Guattari:
Nomadics/Readings/Negotiations," Modern Language Association Convention, Washington D.C., December 27-30, 1996.
48. Organizer and chair of section on Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari, Twentieth-
Century French Studies colloquium, April 3-5, 1997.
49. Organizer and chair of section on Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari, International
Association of Philosophy and Literature conference, May 6-10, 1997.
50. Chair of panel on "Decadence," Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium,
University of Georgia, October 19, 1997.
51. Organizer and chair of a "Pedagogical Roundtable: Nineteenth-Century French
Studies within a Cultural Studies Frame," Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium, Pennsylvania State University, October 23-26, 1998.
http://www.langlab.wayne.edu/Romance/NCFS1998.html
52. Organizer of Modern Language Association convention Forum entitled
"MLAlienation 1998: Tales from the Job Front," chair of Main Forum Session
(same title), organizer of two theme Workshops, San Francisco, Dec. 27-30, 1998.
http://www.langlab.wayne.edu/MLAlienation/Forum98.html
53. Organizer and chair of a "Pedagogical Roundtable: Choix de textes pour les études dix-
neuviémistes," Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium, University of Western
Ontario, London, October 21-24, 1999.
http://www.langlab.wayne.edu/Romance/NCFS1999.html
54. Invited to write "In Memoriam: Ferman Bishop," Journal of the Midwest Modern
Language Association 32.2-3 (1999): 102-103.
55. Invited to contribute to "Members' Forum: M/MLA in 2000," Journal of the Midwest
Modern Language Association 32.2-3 (1999): 104-106.
56. Organizer and chair of a panel on Undergraduate Pedagogy and Curriculum in
Twentieth-Century French Studies, Colloquium on Twentieth-Century French Studies, University of Pennsylvania, March 23-25, 2000.
http://www.langlab.wayne.edu/Romance/20th2000.html
57. Organizer and chair of a "Pedagogical Roundtable: Choix de textes? Teaching
Literature, Language and Culture," Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium,
University of Illinois, October 19-22, 2000.
http://www.langlab.wayne.edu/Romance/NCFS2000.html
58. Discussion leader for panel on "Technology and the Reward System" at the ADFL-East
Chairs' Conference, Middlebury, VT, June 7-9, 2001.
59. Organizer and chair of a "Pedagogical Roundtable on Nineteenth-Century French
Studies." Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium, University of Wisconsin, October 18-21, 2001.
http://www.langlab.wayne.edu/Romance/NCFS2001.html
60. Organizer and chair of Modern Literature sections, "To Make Language Stutter."
Midwest MLA Convention, Cleveland, November 1-3, 2001.
61. Chair of grant-writing workshop, Midwest MLA Convention, Cleveland, November 1-3,
2001.
62. Co-organizer and co-chair of Nineteenth-Century French Studies Division panel,
"Readers and Reading(s)," Modern Language Association convention, New Orleans,
December 27-30, 2001.
63. Participant in MLA conference, "Bridging the Gap Between English and Foreign
Language Departments," New York University, April 12-14, 2002.
64. Organizer and chair of Digital Culture panel, Cyberculture Conference, University of
Maryland, April 26-27, 2002.
65. Discussion leader for panel on "Bridging the Gap Between English and Foreign
Language Departments," ADFL-East Chairs' conference, University of Maryland-College Park, June 6-9, 2002.
66. Organizer of Pedagogy panel, Société des Dix-Neuviémistes Conference, University
College, London, UK, September 2-3, 2002.
67. Chair of grant-writing workshop, Midwest MLA Convention, Minneapolis, November 8-10,
2002.
68. Co-organizer and co-chair of Nineteenth-Century French Studies Division panel,
"Constructing Masculinities," Modern Language Association convention, New York City,
December 27-30, 2002.
69. Job search advisor for ADFL, MLA Convention Job Center, New York City, December
28, 2002.
70. Discussion group leader at the ADE/ADFL-West joint conference, June 26-29, 2003.
71. Attendance at inaugural Cultural Studies of America conference, Carnegie-Mellon
University, June 5-8, 2003.
72. Organizer and chair of a Translation panel, at Nineteenth-Century French Studies
Colloquium, University of Arizona, October 23-25, 2003.
73. Co-organizer and co-chair of French III section at Midwest Modern Language
Association Convention, Chicago, November 7-9, 2003.
74. Co-organizer and co-chair of Nineteenth-Century French Studies Division panel,
"Collectibles," Modern Language Association convention, San Diego, December 27-30,
2003.
75. Job search advisor for ADFL, MLA Convention Job Center, San Diego, December
28, 2003.
76. Organized public lecture by John Podesta, sponsored by the Academy of Scholars and
the Center for the Study of Citizenship, February 9, 2004.
77. Organized two public lectures/performances by Marce Lacouture, Dept. of Romance
Languages and Literatures, February 26, 2004, and the Music Department Friday Series, February 27, 2004.
78. Chaired panel at the conference on "Gilles Deleuze: Experimenting With Intensities,"
Trent University, Peterborough, ONT, May 12-15, 2004.
79. Organized panel, "Along Le Meschacébé: Acadian, Cajun, and Creole Perspectives,"
Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium, Washington University, October 28-30, 2004.
80. Organized (with Richard Grusin) public lecture and working group presentation by Prof.
Angela Ndalianis , Dept. of English, November 12 2004.
81. Co-organizer and co-chair of Nineteenth-Century French Studies Division panel,
"Geriatric Sex," Modern Language Association convention, Philadelphia, December 27-
30, 2004.
82. Organized panel on "Facing the 'New Cold War' in the French Culture Classroom."
Conference on Cold War France and America: New Perspectives, Florida State University, February 3-5, 2005.
83. Organized panel on "Deleuze and Creativity." Colloquium on Twentieth/Twenty-First
Century French Studies, University of Florida, March 31-April 2, 2005.
84. Co-organized (with Gayle Zachmann) Working Group in Nineteenth-Century French
Studies, University of Florida Paris Research Center, Paris, France, May 30-31, 2005.
85. Participated in Office of Teaching and Learning Workshop (for the College of Nursing)
on Teaching Portfolio Development, September 1, 2005.
86. Organized panel on "Presence of Félix Guattari." Colloquium on Twentieth/Twenty-First
Century French Studies, University of Miami, March 30-April 1, 2005.
87. Co-organized (with Gayle Zachmann) Working Group in Nineteenth-Century French
Studies, University of Florida Paris Research Center, Paris, France, June 5-6, 2006.
88. Co-organizing (with Eugene Holland, Ohio State University, and Daniel Smith, Purdue
University) conference on "Deleuze: image and text," University of South Carolina, April
5-8, 2007.

89. Chaired panel on "L'exception francophone en Amérique du nord." Colloquium on
Twentieth/Twenty-First Century French Studies, Texas A& M University March 25-
March 27, 2007.
90. Co-organized (with Eugene Holland, Ohio State University, and Daniel Smith, Purdue
University) conference on "Deleuze: image and text," University of South Carolina, April
5-8, 2007.
91. Co-organized (with Gayle Zachmann) Working Group in Nineteenth-Century French
Studies, University of Florida Paris Research Center, Paris, France, May 31-June 1,
2007.
92. WSU Faculty Development Seminar Series, "Roles and Expectations in Mentoring
Relationships," January 11, 2008.
93. Co-organized (with Gayle Zachmann) Working Group in Nineteenth-Century French
Studies, University of Florida Paris Research Center, Paris, France, June 5-6, 2008.
94. Organized panel on "Rifts and fêlures in Deleuze and Guattari." Colloquium on
Twentieth/Twenty-First Century French Studies, University of Minnesota, March 27-30, 2009.
95. Co-organized (with Gayle Zachmann) Working Group in Nineteenth-Century French
Studies, University of Florida Paris Research Center, Paris, France, June 4-5, 2009.
96. Organized pane on "Old Fossils, Old Fogeys." Nineteenth-Century French Studies
Colloquium, Brigham Young University, Salt Lake City, Utah, October 22-24, 2009.
97. Organized panel on "Passages, Mutations, and Events for New Worlds." Colloquium on
Twentieth/Twenty-First Century French Studies, University of Guelph (organizers), Toronto, Canada, March 25-27, 2010.



Charles J. Stivale, Dept. of Romance Languages & Literatures

SUPPLEMENTARY CURRICULUM VITAE

1. EXPERIENCE

b. Other Professional Experience
Director, Knox College Junior Year Abroad Program, Besançon, France, 1976-
1977
Resident Director, Foreign Study Center, Council for International Education
and Exchange, Rennes, France, 1981-1982

c. Honors/Awards

2. TEACHING

1. At Wayne State:
Introductory French 1010: Fall 1990, Winter 1992, Fall 1994, Fall 1995, Fall 2003
Introductory French 1020: Winter 1991 (2 sections)
Introductory French 2010: Fall 1991, Winter 1992 (2 sections), Fall 1992 (2
sections)
Anguish and Commitment: European Existentialist Literature (FRE 2700, team-taught):
Winter 2004
The Contemporary French (FRE 2720): Winter 2004
French Conversation and Composition 4100: Winter 1991, Winter 1993
Introduction to Literary Analysis (FRE 461): Fall 2003

French Civilization 6450: Fall 1990, Fall 1992, Fall 1994 (course cancelled), Fall 1995,
Winter 1999, Fall 2002
Contemporary French Civilization 6470: Fall 1996, Winter 2001
Nineteenth Century French Literature 6810: Winter 1993, Winter 2000
Literary Criticism and Cultural Studies Seminar 777/7770: Winter 1996, Fall 2000
Seminar: Nineteenth Century French Literature 8740: Fall 1991, Fall 1994, Fall 1997,
Fall 2003

2. Other Institutions Prior to Wayne State

a. At Tulane University:
Accelerated Introductory French: Fall 1986 through Spring 1990
French Civilization (Winter 1988)
Nineteenth Century French Novel (Fall 1986)
Nineteenth Century French Literature Seminar, "L'Irréel du Réalisme" (Winter 1989)
Senior Seminar, "Narrative Desire" (Winter 1987)
Concepts in Literary Theory (Fall 1987)
Undergraduate Honors Seminar, "Semiotics and Society" (Winter 1989)
Women's Studies Colloquium, "Women's Textualities" (Winter 1990)

b. At Franklin & Marshall College (1982-1986)

Intermediate French (Oral and Written Expression) (Fall 1982-Spring 1986)
French Culture and Civilization (two semesters) (Fall 1982-Spring 1986)
Survey of Seventeenth-Century French Literature (Spring 1984)
Seminar in Classical Theater (Spring 1983)
Survey of Eighteenth-Century French Literature (Spring 1986)
Senior Seminar, "Structuralism & Semiotics" (Spring 1985)
Works from the French Tradition (in English) (Spring 1985)

C. Membership on Master's and Doctoral Committees:
1. M.A. Committees in French since 1990:
Albert Ament - 1993
Raghida Bakkar - 1994
Jamie Barnes - 2002
Akiko Blacksmith - 1993
Carol Bokhari - 1992
Irina Cary - 1994
Katarzyna Cieplucha - 1995
Donna Carpentier - 1994
Sarah Coulson - 2009
Maimouna Diakite -- 2005
Sarah Di Bartolomeo -- 2007
Linda Di Laura - 1994
William Dillenberger - 1994
Gabrielle Eschrich - 1993
Bernadette Grech -- 2004
Marie Harkey - 1999
Theresa Jordan -- 2003
Paulette Karamatas - 1993
Cece Loua - 2005
Cedar Lowe -- 2005
Theresa MacEachern - 1997
Matthew Marnon - 1997
Erin Matusiewicz -- 2007
Richard McMullan - 1996
Carol Nadlonek - 1999
Abir Naja -- 2000
Irena Ortega - 1997
Jean-Daniel Ostertag - 1996
Lori Ostertag - 1999
Jennifer Quint - 1993
Maria Raica -- 2004
Melissa Samluk -- 2001
Gretchen Seamons - 1996
Christine Soper - 1999
Aliza Sosne -- 1999
Nancy Chantale Soulière - 1999
Nina Stephenson - 1996
Stephanie Dickow Surowiec - 2002
Matthew Swerinek -- 2005
Thuan Tran -- 1999
Ngozi Umachi - 1996
Vicki Van Roste -- 1997
Kathleen Wahlstrom - 2001
Nancy Weatherhead - 2003
Elizabeth Williamson -- 2005
David Young -- 1995

c. Membership on Master's and Doctoral Committees-Not as Director

1. Department Reader:
Shonu Nangia, Ph.D. dissertation on Tahar Ben Jelloun, 1998-2003 (completed)
John Barnes, Ph.D. dissertation on Québec Literature, 2003- (in progress)

2. Outside Reader, Ph.D. dissertations:
Deborah Lokai, "Language Acquisition and Socialization in Three Works Based on the
Stories of Kaspar Hauser and the Wild Child of Aveyron," Dept. of German and Slavic Languages, Wayne State University, 1992-93 (completed).
Karen Morgan, "Women Writers and Their Literary Relationships, England and America,
1800-1945," Dept. of English, WSU, fall 1996-2003 (suspended).
Erik Mortenson, "Heaven in a Cornice: An Examination of the Beat Moment," Dept. of
English, WSU, winter 2001-December 2003 (completed).
Randy Schantz, "In the Service of Revolution: Propaganda in Georg Büchner's Der
Hessiche Landbote and Dantons Tod," Dept. of German and Slavic Studies, 1997-1999 (completed).
Corrine Calice, WSU, "Magic and Material Rhetoric", Dept. of English, winter 2001-fall
2006 (completed).
Greg Lattanzio, Dept. of English, WSU, fall 2004-fall 2009 completed).

External Reader:
Gordon Coonfield, Dept. of Humanities, Michigan Technological University, fall 2001-2003
(completed).
Anna-Hickey Moody, "Unimaginable Bodies, Intellectual Disability, Performance and
Becomings". Monash University (Clayton, Australia), 2005 (completed).
Djoymi Baker, "Broadcast Space: TV culture, Myth and Star Trek". University of
Melbourne (Australia), 2005 (completed).
John Scannell, "James Brown: Apprehending a Minor Temporality". University of New
South Wales (Sydney, Australia), 2006 (completed).
Martin Lussier, "Musiques émergentes et devenirs-ensemble." University of Montréal,
Québec, August 2008 (completed).


3. RESEARCH
a. Fellowships/Grants/Special Awards Prior to Last Five Years
1993-1994: WSU Career Development Chair
1999: 1998 Choice (American Library Association) Outstanding Academic Book
award attributed to The Two-Fold Thought of Deleuze and Guattari (see III.A.1.4 below).
1999: Wayne State University Board of Governor's Faculty Recognition Award for
The Two-Fold Thought of Deleuze and Guattari (see III.A.1.4 below).
2000: Wayne State University Academy of Scholars (induction, October 2000)
2000-2001, WSU Humanities Center, "Digital Culture" Working Group in the Humanities 2001-2002: and the Arts ($1,000)
2000-2001: WSU Humanities Center Fellowship for Innovative Projects in the Humanities
and Arts, in "Digital Culture" ($2000)
2000-02: Wayne State University Board of Governors' Distinguished Faculty
Fellowship ($13,000)
2002-03: Humanities Center, "The Fold - Theory and Practice" Working Group in the
Humanities and Art award
2003: Wayne State University Outstanding Graduate Faculty Award
2004: Wayne State University Board of Governor's Faculty Recognition Award for
Disenchanting Les Bons Temps: Identity and Authenticity in Cajun Music and Dance

b. Funded Research Prior to Last Five Years

External

1973-1974: French Government Scholarship, Cultural Attaché, French Consulate
1975-1976: University Fellowship, Graduate School, University of Illinois-Urbana
1983: ACLS Travel Fellowship
1985: ACLS Travel Grant
1987: Mellon Summer Research Grant, Tulane University
1987: Curriculum Planning Grant, Interdisciplinary Program in Literary Theory,
Tulane University
1988: Summer Research Fellowship, Tulane University
1989-90: Summer Research Grant and Course Development Grant, the Newcomb
Foundation, Newcomb College (Tulane)
1993: Applied for NEH fellowship
1993-94: Applied for Guggenheim Fellowship
1993-94: Applied for Wilson Center Fellowship

Internal
1991: Small Research Grant ($650)
1991: WSU International Travel Grant ($800)
1992: WSU International Travel Grant ($1100)
1992: WSU Small Research Grant ($650)
1992: WSU University Research Grant ($7000)
1993: WSU Small Research Grant ($650)
1993: Educational Development Grant ($3000) for revision of HyperCard software entitled
"Gavroche, A Survey of French Civilization"
1993: WSU International Travel Grant ($900, direct costs)
1993-94: WSU Career Development Chair ($18,500)
1994: WSU Small Research Grant ($650)
1994: Humanities Center Fellowship ($6800)
1994: Applied for WSU Educational Development Grant
1995: Humanities Center Fellowship ($6800)
1995: Publication Subvention Support, VP for Research ($200)
1995: Small Research Grant ($450)
1995: Applied for WSU University Research Grant
1995: Applied for WSU Educational Development Grant
1996: WSU International Travel Grant (awarded, but declined)
1996: Small Research Grant ($650)
2000-2002: WSU Board of Governors Distinguished Faculty Fellowship ($13, 000)
2001-2002: WSU Humanities Center, "Digital Culture" Working Group in the Humanities
and the Arts ($1,000)
2002-2003: WSU Humanities Center, "The Fold - Theory and Practice" Working Group in
the Humanities and the Arts ($1,500)

 

4. PUBLICATIONS -- SCHOLARSHIP

b. Invited Seminars or Lectures Prior to Last Five Years
1. "Louise Michel, Revolutionary Poet." Central Pennsylvania Consortium Conference,
Franklin & Marshall College, February 26, 1983.
2. "Borges, Barthes, and Kernan." Humanities Reading Group, Franklin & Marshall College,
April 7, 1983.
3. "Louise Michel et la Commune." University of Alabama-Birmingham, May 31, 1986.
4. "Wire Barthes, Paris, France." Seminar on "Concepts of Power," Prof. Ross Chambers,
University of Michigan, January 25, 1991.
5. "'Men' 'In' 'Feminism'." WSU Women's Studies Luncheon Forum, February 6, 1991.
6. "Figures of Male Repute: Maupassant and the 'War-Machine." WSU Romance
Languages Research Forum, February 13, 1991.
7. Visiting scholar at NEH High School Teachers' Institute, SUNY-Purchase, June 1-2,
1991.
8. "Space of Cajun Dance." Workshop for WSU Folklore and Mythology Group, December
10, 1991.
9. "Cajun Music and Zydeco: An Introduction." WSU Weekend College Course GIS 323,
"Music and American Culture," February 2, 1992.
10. "Hypermedia for French Cultural Studies: 'Gavroche, A Survey of French Civilization."
WSU QUEST Language Team Workshop, January 11, 1993.
11. "Space of Affect: Versions and Visions of Cajun Cultural History." University of Texas-
Arlington, February 12, 1993.
12. With Lezlie Hart Stivale. "Allons à Lafayette: Louisiana Cajun Music and Culture."
Lecture-performance and workshop, Franklin & Marshall College, April 27, 1993.
13. "Guy de Maupassant, or Mille Horla." WSU Romance Languages Research Forum,
December 7, 1993.
14. Online discussant, moderated by Michael Joyce, Wolfe Institute, Brooklyn University,
December 9, 1993.
15. "Spaces of Affect: Theory, Performance, and Critical Practice." WSU Seminar on
Cultural Studies, January 14, 1994.
16. "'Laissez les bons temps rouler': Cajun Music and Mardi Gras." Alliance Française de
Grosse Pointe luncheon, Grosse Pointe, MI, February 19, 1994.
17. "Text-based Virtual Reality, Pedagogy and Performance." WSU Seminar on Cultural
Studies. September 30, 1994.
18. "Comment Peut-On Etre Cajun? Constructing Minor(ity) Identity." WSU Humanities
Center Colloquium, January 27, 1995.
19. "CyberSpaces: Pedagogy and Performance on the Electronic Frontier." WSU
Humanities Center Colloquium, February 9, 1996.
20. Invited online discussant, PennMOO, University of Pennsylvania, April 11, 1996.
21. Invited discussant, American Studies course (Prof. Ann Larabee), Michigan
State Univesity, April 24, 1996.
22. "Virtual Communities." Bowling Green State University Library, Bowling Green,
OH, April 25, 1996.
23. "'Comptabilité/Responsabilité': Issues of 'Accountability' and Pedagogy in the
1990s." WSU Romance Languages Research Forum, October 15, 1996.
24. "Factories or Theatres? MOOs as Work and Play Spaces." AGD 5260 Senior Seminar
(Prof. Leslie Aztmon, Art and Art History), March 30, 1999.
25. "Animating Deleuze and Guattari." Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI,
April 14-15, 1999.
26. "Gilles Deleuze's Literary ABC's: Critical and Clinical." University of Illinois, Dept. of
French, January 30, 2000.
27. "Disenchanting Les Bons Temps in the Cajun Dance/Music Arena." Florida State
University, Dept. of Modern Languages and Literatures, March 28, 2000.
28. "Negotiating Moloch, or Scenarios for a Millennial Year." ADFL-East Conference,
University of Delaware, June 29-July 1, 2000.
29. ""Factories or Theatres? MOOs as Work and Play Space." Humanities Center Brown
Bag Lunch Talk, February 1, 2001.
30. "Feeling the Event: 'Spaces of Affect' and the Cajun Dance Arena"." University of South
Alabama, February 22-23, 2001.
31. "Laissez les bons temps rouler: Death and Life in the Cajun Dance Arena." University of
South Alabama, February 22-23, 2001.
32. "Laissez les bons temps rouler: Death and Life in the Cajun Dance Arena." WSU
Academy of Scholars meeting, February 27, 2001.
33. "Gilles Deleuze's Literary ABCs: Critical and Clinical." Dept. of Romance Languages &
Literatures, University of Missouri-Columbia, February 11, 2002.
34. " 'Capitaine, Voyage Ton Flag': La Musique et les Danses du Mardi Gras des Cajuns".
French Club lecture, WSU, February 20, 2003.
35. "'Zydeco Will Never Die': Affirmation in Louisiana Creole Music and Dance." University
of Georgia, March 3, 2003.
36. " 'Capitaine, Voyage Ton Flag': La Musique et les Danses du Mardi Gras des Cajuns".
University of Georgia, March 3, 2003.
37. " 'Zydeco Will Never Die': Affirmation in Louisiana Nouveau Zydeco." Humanities Center
Brown Bag Lunch Talk, September 23, 2003.
38. "Coming to (French) Cultural Studies." Discussion group, Michigan Technological
University, November 15, 2003.
39. " 'Zydeco Will Never Die': Affirmation in Louisiana Nouveau Zydeco." WSU Music
Department Friday Lunch Series, November 21, 2003.
40. "Baby Steps to the Blackboard, or Work in Progress." FLTC Brown Bag on Using
Technology in Foreign Language Teaching, March 3, 2004.

5. SERVICE
a. Administrative Appointments
Chair, Department of Romance Languages, 1996-2002
Acting Graduate Director, Department of Romance Languages, fall 2002
Interim Chair, Department of Art and Art History, 2002-2003

b. Elected Faculty Bodies
College: Liberal Arts Faculty Council, 1995-1998, 2001-2004
Liberal Arts representative to the Graduate Council, 1998-2001
University: Academic Senate, 1995-1998 (elected; resigned fall 1996); Senate
Curriculum and Instruction Committee member, 1995-1996.

c. Special Assignments
College of Fine, Performing and Communication Arts:
Department of Art & Art History Promotions and Tenure Committee, 2002-2003
Department of Art & Art History Salary Committee, 2002-2003
Department of Art & Art History Executive Committee, 2002-2003
Faculty Council 2002-2003 (ex officio)

Department:
Library Liaison (French Area) 1990-1994
French Club Advisor 1990-1993
French Section Library Liaison, 1990-1994
French Undergraduate advisor, 1992-1996 (except during sabbatical, winter 1995)
Acting Chair, May 9-20, 1994; July 1-10, 1995; August 8-19, 1996
French Section Job Search Committees, 1992-1993, 1994, 1996-97, 1998-99, 1999-
2000, 2000-01, Fall 2001
Department Salary Committee, 1991, 1993, 1996 (alternate), chaired: 1996-December
2001
Department Tenure and Promotion Committee, 1992-93, 1994-1995 (alternate),1995-
1996, chaired: 1996-December 2001
Department Policy Committee, elected Spring 1996 for 1996-1998 (did not serve due to
appointment as chair); chaired: 1996-December 2001; member: 2002-2003; 2003-2004 (two calendar-year term)
Department of Romance Languages Graduate Committee, chaired 1996-December
2001
Search committees: for three Spanish tenure-track positions and one New Initiative
position in French, 1996-1997; for one Spanish tenure-track position and one New Initiative hire in French, 1998-1999; for one Spanish tenure-track and one French tenure-track position, 1999-2000; for one Spanish hire with tenure and one French tenure-track position (no hire made in French), 2000-2001
French Undergraduate advisor, 1999-2001


College:
Liberal Arts Election Committee 1990-1993
Faculty Council 1992-93 (appointed), 1995-1998 (elected)
Faculty Advisory Board, Graduate Student Council, Winter-Spring 1993
Chair Review Committee (Dept. of English) 1993-94
Faculty Council Sub-Committee on Retention, winter 1996-
Portfolio Sub-committee, Winter-Fall 1996-1997
Faculty Council Sub-Committee on Retention, winter 1996-1997
Foreign Language Laboratory Advisory Board, 1996-1999
Distance Learning Committee, 1997-1999
Search Committee for Language Laboratory Director, Fall-Winter 1997-98
College Review Committee on Research and Inquiry Grants, Winter 1998
Foreign Language Laboratory Advisory Board, 1996-2002
Canadian Studies Committee, 1999-2002
President's Exceptional Service Award Committee, March 2001
College of Liberal Arts Review Committee on Research and Inquiry Grants, winter 2003


University:
Supplementary Research Equipment Fund Review Committee 1991
Theme Subcommittee, Humanities Council, 1991-1992
Quality of Service Computer Team, January 1992-94
Sabbatical Leave Review Committee, January 1993
Graduate Examiner, Ph.D. Qualifying Examinations, Dept. of Communication
(March 1994, August 1996); Dept. of Psychology (August 1995); Ph.D.
Dissertation Defenses, Dept. of Communication (February 1996, August
1996, November 1996), Dept. of English (September 1997,January 1998),
Dept. of Communication (January 1999, June 1999), Dept. of
Communication (December 2002), Dept. of Psychology (November 2002).
Graduate Council (elected), 1998-1999
Graduate Council New Programs and Program Committee, 1998-99
Teacher Education Advisory Committee, 1997-2001
Chicano-Boricua Advisory Committee, 1998-2001
Board of Governors' Faculty Recognition Award Review Committee, Winter 2000
Purdy/Kresge Library Director Search Committee, Fall 2000-Winter 2001
Distinguished Graduate Faculty Award Committee, Winter 2001
Distinguished Faculty Fellows Award Committee, Winter 2001
Chaired, Masters of Arts in Language Learning program, Steering Committee, 2001-
2002; Advisory Committee, 1999-2000, 2001-2002
Nominating Committee member, Academy of Scholars, Fall 2001-Winter 2002
Nominating Committee Chair, Academy of Scholars, Fall 2002-Winter 2003
Purdy Award Committee, University Library, Fall 2003


d. Positions Held in Associations Prior to Last Five Years

French II Section, Midwest Modern Language Association, Secretary (1991-
1992), Chair (1992-1993), Advisory and Nominating Committee (1993-1996).
Elected Midwest regional member, Delegate Assembly, Modern Language
Association (1993-1995).
Popular Culture Section, Midwest Modern Language Association, Secretary
(1994-1995), Chair (1995-1996), Advisory and Nominating Committee (1996-1999).
Computer Research Section, Midwest Modern Language Association, and Nominating
Committee (1995-1996).
French III Section, Midwest Modern Language Association, Chair (1995-1996),
Advisory and Nominating Committee (1996-1999).

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