Walz Marie

Walz Marie Emilie

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Teaching given to the UNIL

Current teaching

2019-> Explication de textes : Introduction to Comparative Literature... Séminaire
2022->2022 Explication de textes : Neil Gaiman's "Stardust" and its adaptations... Séminaire
2022->2022 Visions and revisions of 'Snow White': from the Grimms to contemporary rewritings and adaptations... Cours-Séminaire

Former teaching

2021->2021 Explication de textes : Neil Gaiman... Séminaire
2021->2021 Introduction to Gender Studies : the 1960s and...... Séminaire
2021->2021 Introduction to Literary Analysis... Séminaire
2021->2021 Introduction to Literary Analysis... Séminaire
2020->2020 Explication de textes : Edmund Spenser's The Faerie Queene, Book 3... Séminaire
2019->2020 English Composition... Exercices
2019->2020 Introduction to Literary Analysis... Séminaire
2018->2020 Introduction to Gender Studies : 20th-21st Century... Cours-Séminaire
2019->2019 Cours public du CIEL - 'Séries'... Cours
2016->2016 Explication de textes : Angela Carter's Wise Children... Séminaire
2014->2016 Introduction to Literary Analysis... Séminaire
2015->2015 Explication de textes : Edmund Spenser's The Faerie Queene, Book 3... Séminaire
2014->2014 Advanced essay-writing workshop... Travaux pratiques
2014->2014 English Composition... Exercices
2014->2014 Explication de textes : Angela Carter's Wise Children... Séminaire
2013->2013 Advanced essay-writing workshop... Travaux pratiques
2013->2013 Advanced essay-writing workshop... Travaux pratiques
2013->2013 English Composition... Exercices
2013->2013 English Composition... Travaux pratiques
2013->2013 English Composition... Travaux pratiques
2012->2012 English Composition... Travaux pratiques

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Marie Walz is Junior Lecturer in Comparative Literature and Comparative Gender Studies. She specialises in cross-period comparative studies and feminist rewritings of medieval and early modern literature, with a focus on allegory, fairy tales, fantasy, and speculative fiction. Her PhD thesis, entitled "Reading Spells Backwards: Allegories of Violence and Love in Edmund Spenser’s and Angela Carter’s Fairy-Tale and Speculative Fiction", offers a comparative study between Edmund Spenser's allegorical poem and Angela Carter's fairy-tale rewritings and speculative novels. Her post-doc project will center on contemporary feminist authors of fairy tales, fantasy, and speculative fiction, including Angela Carter, Ursula K. Le Guin, and Neil Gaiman.

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