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Associate Researchers

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Associate researchers include emeritus faculty of Paris Diderot, colleagues with teaching positions at other institutions, and recent PhDs who are not yet affiliated with another research center.

Brogan Una

Recent PhD, ATER

Collomp Catherine

Emerita Professor, American history

Social and political history of the United States

Immigration and labor history

Refugee and asylum policy 1930’s-1940’s

Jewish-American history

Deligny Claire

Recent PhD

Galey-Gambier Celia

Postdoctoral fellow at the Labex "Créations, Arts et Patrimoines"

Contemporary American poetry

Performance art: written forms, documents, performances, and remakes

Politics and aesthetics

Ha Van Véronique

Associate Professor - Université Le Havre Normandie – GRIC (EA 4314); associate member of LARCA

History of forms in public space in the US

American sculpture and displacement

Jaworski Philippe

Professor Emeritus

Jerad Rahma

Assistant Professor, American and British civilization, University of Carthage, Tunisia

American-Cuban relations, 1776-1860

Slavery and abolitionism in the United States, Great Britain and Cuba, early 1800-1860

American and Cuban slave narratives

American photography of Cuba, 1850-1865

Leblond Diane

Recent PhD, Lectrice at Gonville & Caius College, University of Cambridge

Maillet Jacob

PRAG (legal and business English), University of Paris 5

U.S. foreign policy

Cold War

Perception and image

International relations

U.S. constitutional law

Marsoin Édouard

Recent PhD

Murail Estelle

Senior Lecturer in British Literature, Institut Catholique de Paris; associate member of LARCA

Victorian Literature / contemporary Literature


The city


Technologies, 19th century-present

Petitjean Lucie

Recent PhD

Prevot Valentine

Recent PhD

Quillay Angélique

Recent PhD

Quinn-Lautrefin Roisin

Recent PhD

Rouquet Camille

Recent PhD, ATER

Serme Jean Marc

Associate Professor, University of Western Brittany; member of LARCA

Regional history of the Old South-west

Native Americans, Euro-Americans, and foreign powers in the lower South from the Revolution to the War of 1812

Social and family relations in the Old South-west

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