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Professor Michael Moriarty FBA

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About this Fellow

French Language and Literature Early Modern History Western Europe France History of a specific country France

Website: http://www.mml.cam.ac.uk/french/staff/mm10005/

Appointments

Current post

  • Drapers Professor of French, University of Cambridge; Professorial Fellow, Peterhouse, Cambridge

Past Appointments

  • Research Fellow, Gonville & Caius College University of Cambridge, 1970
  • College Lecturer, Gonville & Caius College University of Cambridge, 1970
  • University Lecturer, Department of French, University of Cambridge, 1970
  • Centenary Professor of French Literature and Thought, Queen Mary, University of London, Queen Mary University of London, 1970
  • Centenary Professor of French Literature and Thought, Queen Mary, University of London, Queen Mary University of London, 1970
  • Drapers Professor of French, Peterhouse University of Cambridge, 1970

Publications

Disguised Vices: Theories of Virtue in Early Modern France 2011

Taste and Ideology in 17th Century France 1988

Roland Barthes 1991

Early Modern French Thought: the Age of Suspicion 2003

Fallen Nature, Fallen Selves: Early Modern French Thought II 2006

Other Early Modern Languages and Literatures to 1830 Fellows

Professor Brian Richardson

Italian language and literature; manuscript studies; historical studies of language and literature; medieval history; historical linguistics; southern Europe, Italy.

Professor Richard McCabe

Early modern literature in its historical and intellectual contexts, especially poetry and drama; Edmund Spenser's engagement with Gaelic Ireland, the dynamics of Tudor and Jacobean patronage, the aesthetics of Renaissance tragedy.

Professor David Womersley

English literature of the long eighteenth century, especially Gibbon, Swift, Burke and Johnson; sixteenth-century historiography and historical drama; the history of literary criticism; the theory and practice of textual editing

Professor Henry Woudhuysen

English literature of the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries, especially Sir Philip Sidney, Shakespeare, and Samuel Johnson; post-medieval palaeography; bibliography and the history of the book