Steiner Enit

Steiner Enit

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Teaching given to the UNIL

2017-> Anglo-American Literary Survey 1&2... Cours
2024->2024 Explication de textes : The Interesting Narrative of Olaudah Equiano... Séminaire
2024->2024 Introduction to Literary Analysis... Cours-Séminaire
2024->2024 Postcolonial Relations... Séminaire
2023->2023 A la découverte de l’Occident: l’Europe à travers le regard d’Indiens (1750-1900) / Discovering the West: Europe Through Indian Eyes (1750-1900)... Séminaire
2023->2023 A la découverte de l’Occident: l’Europe à travers le regard d’Indiens (1750-1900) / Discovering the West: Europe Through Indian Eyes (1750-1900)... Séminaire
2023->2023 Explication de textes : The Interesting Narrative of Olaudah Equiano... Séminaire
2023->2023 Introduction to Literary Analysis... Cours-Séminaire
2023->2023 Jane Austen and the Romantics... Séminaire
2022->2022 Explication de textes : Defoe's Crusoe and Coetzee's Foe... Séminaire
2022->2022 Introduction to Literary Analysis... Cours-Séminaire
2022->2022 Jane Austen & George Eliot... Séminaire
2022->2022 Postcolonial Relations... Séminaire
2021->2021 Explication de textes : The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, Or Gustavus Vassa, The African... Séminaire
2021->2021 Fabulous Orient, 1724-1868... Séminaire
2021->2021 Introduction to Literary Analysis... Séminaire
2021->2021 Writing the Transatlantic Slavery... Séminaire
2019->2020 Introduction to Literary Analysis... Séminaire
2019->2020 Introduction to Literary Analysis... Séminaire
2015->2020 Research Methodologies... Séminaire
2019->2019 Jane Austen and the Romantics... Séminaire
2019->2019 Narratives of Catastrophe... Séminaire
2018->2018 Fabulous Orient... Séminaire
2018->2018 Introduction to Literary Analysis... Séminaire
2018->2018 Postcolonial Relations... Séminaire
2018->2018 Romanticism, Environment and Location (Lausanne et Lancaster)... Séminaire
2015->2018 English Composition... Exercices
2015->2018 English Composition... Exercices
2015->2018 English Composition... Exercices
2015->2018 English Composition... Exercices
2015->2018 English Composition... Exercices
2015->2018 English Composition... Exercices
2015->2018 English Composition... Exercices
2017->2017 English Literature: Byron & Shelley: Romantic Protagonism... Séminaire
2017->2017 Narratives of Catastrophe... Séminaire
2017->2017 Two-Lakes Romanticism (Lausanne et Lancaster)... Séminaire
2016->2016 English Literature: Austen and the Romantic Writers... Séminaire
2016->2016 Introduction to Literary Analysis... Séminaire
2016->2016 Survey of Anglo-American Literature, Parts I and II... Cours
2016->2016 Two-Lakes Romanticism (Lausanne et Lancaster)... Séminaire
2014->2014 Explication de textes : Victorian Poetry... Séminaire
2014->2014 Fictions of the Household and Theory... Séminaire
2014->2014 Introduction to Literary Analysis... Séminaire
2014->2014 Visions of the Orient from Shakespeare to Shelley... Séminaire
2013->2013 Explication de textes : Gothic Persecution and the French Revolution... Séminaire
2013->2013 Explication de textes : The Pursuit of Love in Poetry... Séminaire
2013->2013 Introduction to Literary Analysis... Séminaire
2013->2013 Introduction to Literary Analysis... Séminaire
2013->2013 Introduction to Literary Analysis... Séminaire
2013->2013 Littérature anglaise : Travelling to Foreign Lands, 1688-1810... Séminaire
2010->2010 English Literature : "Gender, Humour, and the Novel: Jane Austen (Pride and Prejudice, Mansfield Park)... Cours-Séminaire
2010->2010 English Literature : Utopias of the enlightenment... Cours-Séminaire

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I am a Senior Lecturer in 18th-century and Romantic Literature at the English Department here at Unil. I was educated at the University of Zurich and University of California, Los Angeles. The human rights discourse and the colonial matrix developing in 18th-centruy Britain underlie my keen interest in gender, (post)colonial and Transatlantic studies.

My current work combines all these interests, as I'm writing a monograph that examines cosmopolitan attitudes in literary works of British Enlightenment and Romanticism. The book assembles novels, travel writing, children's literature and poetry published between the 1760s and the 1820s, aiming to show key modifications that the cosmopolitan tradition inherited by the Stoics and Cynic underwent during this period of imperial rivalries and revolutions. 

 

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