Maria Beliaeva Solomon
Assistant Professor of French and Francophone Studies

Maria Beliaeva Solomon received her PhD in French Literature, Thought and Culture from New York University in 2019 and holds an MA in Comparative Literature from Rutgers University.

A specialist of 19th-century French literature, she is interested in digital humanities as a paradigm for exploring questions of authorship, poetics, and materiality from the print era to the digital age. Her current projects are framed by considerations of the marketplaces that texts and bodies shared in the Romantic period. 
 
Her research and teaching interests include comparative romanticisms, translation, critical theory, gender and sexuality studies, and the medical humanities.
 
Recent and forthcoming publications:
 
“Où sa main l’entraînait : la hantise du secondaire dans la Main enchantée.” Revue Nerval 3, eds. Jean-Nicolas Illouz and Henri Scepi, Paris, éditions Classiques Garnier, 2019.
 
“Gilets Rouges : les dandys militants du romantisme français.” Le dandysme, de l’histoire au mythe, ed. Edyta Kociubińska, New York, Peter Lang, 2019.
 
“Chiens fidèles, chiens fugueurs : l’histoire de deux histoires du Roi de Bohême de Charles Nodier.” Forthcoming in the published proceedings of The Long and Short of It, eds. Claudie Bernard and Chantal Massol, Grenoble, Université Grenoble-Alpes, 2019.
 
 
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