Oct. 12, 2009
-- Olga Anna Duhl is a professor of French and comparative literature at Lafayette College, a premier institution of higher learning located in Easton, Pennsylvania, which offers undergraduate degrees in forty-five areas of study. Olga Anna joined the Lafayette faculty in 1992 and accepted her present appointment in 2007. As a teacher-scholar, she has been engaged in instructing classes related to her fields of expertise, while also pursuing her research and publication projects in late-medieval and early Renaissance, as well as fin-de-siècle French literature and culture. Olga Anna is the author of several books, including a critical edition of Sotise a huit personnaiges [Le Nouveau Monde] (Genève, Droz, 2005), book chapters, articles, reviews, and translations, has lectured at numerous national and international conferences, and she is a member of the editorial board of Revue d’études françaises. A fellow of the Bibliographical Society of America, a grantee of the Renaissance Society of America, she is also the recipient of numerous awards, including the Mary Louise Van Artsdalen Prize for outstanding scholarly achievement. Olga Anna holds a master’s degree in French from the University Babes-Bolyai of Cluj-Napoca, Romania, and a doctoral degree in French from Rutgers University. Equally active both on and off campus, she maintains an extensive agenda of philanthropic undertakings that benefit education and the arts.
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