Edward Knox is a professor emeritus of French. He served the college in many positions, including Vice President for Academic Affairs, Vice President for Foreign Languages, Acting President, and Director of the School in France.
He has published Jean de La Bruyère, Patterns of Person: Studies in Style and Form from Corneille to Laclos, Plus ça change: La France entre hier et demain (with Huguette Knox), and several other books.
His current research is on American writing about Italy.
Selected Recent Publications
"American Writing on France-plus ça change?" in Koop and Vermette, eds. France in the Twenty-First Century: New Perspectives (2009)
"Not Our Kind of People: GI Gripes about the French, 1945," Sites (2004)
"A Literature of Accommodation," French Politics Culture & Society (2003)
" 'I See France': Priorities in Nonfiction," Twentieth Century Literature (2003)
"Déjà Views: How Americans Look at France," a special issue of French Politics Culture & Society (2003) - Guest Editor.
"The New York Times Looks at France," French Review (2002)