Catherine Gallouet is the author of an essay, “1713: sympathie et roman chez Challe et Marivaux,” [“1713: sympathy and fiction in Challe and Marivaux”] in “Les discours de la sympathie. Enquête sur une notion de l'âge classique à la modernité,” a volume of collected essays on the notion of Sympathy from 17th century to contemporary Europe, just published by the Press of the Université Laval in Québec.
Gallouet, a member of the HWS faculty since 1986, holds a bacalauréat, with honors, from the Académie de Grenoble in Grenoble, France; a bachelor's degree, cum laude, from Hope College; and her master's and Ph.D. from Rutgers University. Her current research interrogates the representation of race in eighteenth-century French culture. She teaches in the French and Francophone Studies Department, the Africana Studies, and the Media and Society programs.