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Catherine Gallouët, dean of William Smith College and professor of French and Francophone Studies, recently participated in the 2014 Northeastern American Society of Eighteenth-Century Studies (NEASECS) conference held recently at Syracuse University. The theme was “Commemoration, Memory, Posterity.” Gallouët delivered the paper “Integrating the French 18th century in Today’s Liberal Arts Classroom,” and participated in

Catherine Gallouët, professor of French and Francophone studies, has studied Marivaux her entire career. While she has also published extensively on other writers and other subjects, Gallouët has been drawn back to the 18th century French playwright, essayist, and novelist, for his surprisingly contemporary subject matter and the modernity of his style. “That’s the reason

Professor and Chair of French and Francophone Studies Catherine Gallouët has been named Dean of William Smith College, an appointment to which she brings 27 years of experience as a member of the HWS faculty with an impressive record of scholarship, teaching and service. “I am pleased that Professor Catherine Gallouët has agreed to serve

Catherine Gallouët, dean of William Smith College and professor of French and Francophone Studies, is the recipient of the 2014-15 John Readie & Florence B. Kinghorn Global Fellowship. Established in 1970 and generously endowed by Dr. and Mrs. William Reckmeyer in honor of John Readie and Florence B. Kinghorn, the fellowship honors outstanding faculty at