Brigitte Humbert

Associate Professor of French & Francophone Studies

 
 work(802) 443-5237
 2018-2019: On Academic Leave
 Le Chateau 103

Brigitte Humbert holds a doctorate from the University of Nebraska. She teaches language, literature, and film, and her research is in the area of French cinema.

She is the author of De la lettre à l'écran: Les Liaisons dangereuses. See below for her other recent publications.

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Recent Publications

Humbert book

“Parodying the Transatlantic Romance: Julie Delpy’s 2 Days in Paris.” Nouvelles Francographies, 4.3 (Actes du colloque, vol. II) (2013): 119-133.
 
“Peppermint Soda/Diabolo menthe.” Directory of World Cinema: France. Ed. Tim Palmer and Charlie Michael. Bristol, UK/Wilmington, NC: Intellect, 2013. 78-80.
 
“My New Partner/Les Ripoux.” Directory of World Cinema: France. Ed. Tim Palmer and Charlie Michael. Bristol, UK/Wilmington, NC: Intellect, 2013. 267-268.
 
“Nostalgia and Modernity in Two Recent Paris Films.” Quarterly Review of Film and Video 30.1 (2013): 16-24.
 
 “Lucie Aubrac: A Resistance Heroine from Page to Screen.” Literature/Film Quarterly 40.2 (April 2012): 109-126

“Filming France’s Colonial Past: Women ‘Wearing the Pants’ in Outremer and Indochine.” Studies in French Cinema 12.1 (2012): 59-74.

"Films français et remakes américains." French Review 82.5 (April 2009): 962-980. 

"Trois hommes et un couffin." The Cinema of France. Ed. Phil Powrie. 24 Frames. London: Wallflower, 2006. 175-183.

"Patrice Leconte's Ridicule - Women in the political sphere: Transforming memory into modernity?" Studies in French Cinema 3.3 (2003): 137-147.

"Screening France." French Politics, Culture and Society 21.2 (Summer 2003): 81-94.

"Cruel Intentions: Adaptation, Teenage Movie, or Remake?" Film Literature Quarterly 30.4 (2002): 279-286.

 

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