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Marisa Galvez (Professor)

Marisa Galvez (650) 723-1918
mgalvez
I'm-not-a-bot
@stanford
Personal bio
Marisa Galvez specializes in the literature of the Middle Ages in France and Western Europe. She teaches courses on medieval and Renaissance French literature and love lyric, as well as interdisciplinary upper level courses on the medieval imaginary in modern literature, film, and art.

Currently teaching
COMPLIT 324: Before the Global South: The Avant-Garde and the Quest for New Knowledges in the Premodern (Autumn)
FRENCH 324: Before the Global South: The Avant-Garde and the Quest for New Knowledges in the Premodern (Autumn)
DLCL 230: Medieval Studies Workshop (Autumn, Winter, Spring)
SLE 91: Structured Liberal Education (Autumn)
SLE 92: Structured Liberal Education (Winter)
SLE 93: Structured Liberal Education (Spring)
SLE 199: Teaching SLE (Spring)
COMPLIT 101: What Is Comparative Literature? (Autumn)
DLCL 224: Workshop in Poetics (Autumn, Winter, Spring)
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