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Penn IUR is affiliated with more than 200 experts in the field of urbanism. Its Faculty Fellows program identifies faculty at the University of Pennsylvania with a demonstrated interest in urban research; the Penn IUR Scholars program identifies urban scholars outside of Penn; and the Penn IUR Fellows program identifies expert urban practitioners. Together, these programs foster a community of scholars and encourage cross-disciplinary collaboration.

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Faculty Fellow

Andrea Goulet

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Professor of Romance Languages; Graduate Chair, French; French and Francophone Studies

About

Andrea Goulet is Professor of Romance Languages in French and Francophone Studies and Graduate Chair of French in the School of Arts and Sciences. Prior to coming to Penn, she served as Associate Professor of French at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She is the author of two books on French fiction and literature. Her current research interests include 19th and 20th century French fiction, critical theory, science and literature, detective fiction, and nouveau roman literature. She is currently co-chair of the Nineteenth-Century French Studies Association.

Selected Publications

Goulet, Andrea. Forthcoming. "Teaching Les Misérables: Crime and the Popular Press." In MLA Approaches to Teaching Hugo's Les Misérables, edited by Michal Ginsburg and Bradley Stephens.

Goulet, Andrea. 2016. Legacies of the Rue Morgue: Space and Science in French Crime Fiction. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Goulet, Andrea. 2016. "Du massacre de la rue Transnonain aux 'drames de la rue: Politique et théâtre de l'espace." Romantisme 171(2016): 53-64.

Goulet, Andrea. 2006. Optiques: The Science of the Eye and the Birth of Modern French Fiction. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Affiliated PhD Student

Lindsey Reuben

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PhD Candidate, Hispanic and Portuguese Studies, University of Pennsylvania

About

Lindsey Reuben is a fifth year graduate student in Hispanic Studies at the University of Pennsylvania whose interests and scholarship span from the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries. She has a deep interest in modern and contemporary literature and film and their relation to the environment, gender, immigration, and domestic and urban spaces. Lindsey's dissertation, currently titled, "A Return to the Oikos: Rethinking the Transformation of the Spanish Home in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries", addresses examples of literary and filmic production extending from these centuries that place the home at the center of a general social conflict in the larger period of Spanish urbanization and modernization. Her recent essay, "The City Unmapped: A Feminist Imagination of Urban Spaces in Javier Pérez Andújar’s Paseos con mi madre" is part of a forthcoming volume of essays, edited by Maria DiFrancesco and Debra Ochoa, titled Gender in Spanish Urban Spaces and published by Palgrave McMillan. 

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