Professor of Romance Languages; Graduate Chair, French; French and Francophone Studies
Areas of Interest
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.
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.
David Young Kim
Assistant Professor of Art History
Areas of Interest
David Young Kim is Assistant Professor in the Department of History of Art in the School of Arts and Sciences. He teaches and researches Southern Renaissance art, with a focus on art literature, transcultural exchange, and material culture. He received his B.A. in English and French literature from Amherst College (1999) and his M.A. and Ph.D. from Harvard (2009), in addition to attending the Humboldt University in Berlin and the Université Paris Diderot-Paris 7. Before joining the Penn faculty in 2013, he was a postdoctoral faculty fellow (wissenschaftlicher Assistent) at the University of Zurich in Switzerland (2009-2013) and a visiting faculty member at the Universidade Federal de São Paulo in Brazil (2011-2013). In May 2017, he delivered the Tomàs Harris Lectures at the University College London. He received the 2017 Dean’s Award for Innovation in Teaching for his contributions to undergraduate education.
Kim, David. Forthcoming. Authenticity and Art as Object: A Handbook of Terms. [compilation of keyword entries written by art history grad students as part of Mellon Object-Based Study Initiatives]
Kim, David. Forthcoming. “Stonework and Crack in Giovanni Bellini’s St. Francis in the Wilderness.” In Steinformen. Materialität, Qualität, Imitation, edited by Isabella Augart, Maurice Saß, and Iris Wenderholm. Berlin / Boston: De Gruyter.
Kim, David. Forthcoming. “The Triumph and Pathos of Perspective.” In Urban Artefacts: Triumphal Arches and the Paragone between the Arts, edited by Alina Payne. Pisa: Scuola Normale di Pisa Press.
Kim, David. 2014. The Traveling Artist in the Italian Renaissance. New Haven: Yale University Press.
Kim, David Y, ed. 2013. Matters of Weight: Force, Gravity, and Aesthetics in the Early Modern Period. Berlin: Edition Imorde.