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Claire-Marie Brisson is a Doctoral Candidate (ABD) in her fourth year at The University of Virginia. Her thesis topic focuses on identity, transnationality, and the edification of cultural values in French Canada in the twentieth century. 

Areas of Interest

French and Francophone Studies

  • National identity and nationalism

  • Cultural memory and lieux de mémoire

  • Social and Cultural History of France (20th and 21st centuries)

  • Social and Cultural History of French North Americans and First Nations (Québec, Franco-Ontarians, Franco-Albertans, Franco-Manitobans, Mi’kmaq, Abenaki, Acadians, Detroit, New England, Louisiana)

  • Radio as Literature

  • Semiotics and Critical Theory

  • Transnational and Global Studies​

German Studies

  • Cultural and Historical History (20th and 21st centuries)

  • Propaganda and Nazism

  • West and East German identity
     

Engineering and Design

  • Visual theory and criticism

  • Design thinking

  • Global technology and its intersection with the Humanities

Other interests: sociological method, political science, political theory.

Events & Announcements

Calendar 

ACLA Conference Presentation

March 2020

Chicago, IL

Serviam: Adrien Arcand’s Vision of a Fascist Canadian State.”

Panel: Revisions of Fascism II: Comparative Fascisms  

Conference Organizer and Moderator

Date TBD, 2020

Charlottesville, VA

Society of Fellows - The University of Virginia

Topic: Obsolescence in Academia

© 2019 Claire-Marie Brisson

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