Suzanne Verderber - Associate Professor.
Suzanne VerderberAssociate Professor.
Humanities & Media Studies.
(718) 636-3573 fax
DeKalb Hall 3
13/FA-HMS-208A-02 Medieval Literature and Culture: A Survey
13/FA-HMS-304B-01 Topics in American Studies: Perspective On U.S. Literature
13/FA-HMS-330A-02 Topics in Literary/Cultural Theory: Freud and Lacan
13/FA-HMS-330A-01 Topics in Literary/Cultural Theory: Freud and Lacan
B.A., Dartmouth College; Female Agency in the Social Fictions of Marguerite de Navarre
Suzanne Verderder’s teaching and research focus on the relationship between subjectivity and power, and on the relation between pre-modern periods (medieval, Renaissance, Baroque) and contemporary concerns. Specific fields of study include politics, literature, art, critical theory, philosophy, religion, and psychoanalysis.
She has published on the twelfth-century woman writer, Marie de France, the essayist Michel de Montaigne, and is currently working on a book linking the so-called emergence of the individual in the medieval and Renaissance West to the reorganization of power. She has also translated two books: Charles Enderlin’s The Lost Years, and Jean-Michel Rabate’s The Ethics of the Lie.