Brandy Brown | Assistant Professor
Office: 103C Palmer Hall | Phone: (901) 843-3286 | Email: brownb@rhodes.edu

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Brandy Brown is an Instructor of French. She specializes in medieval French literature and culture. Her research interests include Arthurian literature, the marvelous, conceptions of genre, and print culture studies. Her dissertation, “The King’s Other Court: Epic Transformations of Arthurian Space in Old French Chansons de Geste,” analyzes the intersection of the romance and epic genres through Arthurian interludes in Old French epic poetry.


Education

Ph.D. The Pennsylvania State University, French and Francophone Studies (expected Spring 2015)

M.A. The Pennsylvania State University, French and Francophone Studies

B.A. Middle Tennessee State University, French


Courses

French 102 Elementary French

French 323 Survey of French Literature Through the Revolution

French 202: French and Francophone Connections

Humanities 102: Search for Values in Light of Western History and Religion