Pascale M. Barthe, Ph.D.
Licence et Maîtrise, Université de Toulouse-Le Mirail
Ph.D., M.A., University of Virginia
Pascale Barthe specializes in Renaissance France. Her current research projects examine political, scientific, religious and literary intersections between the kingdom of France and the Ottoman Empire in the sixteenth century. They include Jean d’Yversen’s 1559 French embassy to Constantinople, and Bounin’s La Soltane, a tragedy depicting the murder of Sultan Sulëyman’s son. Pascale Barthe has published articles in French Historical Studies and the MLA’s Approaches to Teaching World Literature series. She has also participated in seminars at the Newberry Library in Chicago and the Folger Institute in Washington D.C. At UNCW, she teaches a variety of courses on French language, literature and culture.