Adam Schoene

PhD

Adam Schoene.

Adam Schoene

PhD

Adam Schoene

PhD

Education

  • PhD, Romance Studies, Cornell University
  • MA, Romance Studies, Cornell University
  • MA, Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University
  • MA, French and Francophone Studies, Tufts University
  • BA, French and International Relations, Tufts University
  • Certificate, International Studies, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
  • Certificate, International and Comparative Law, Cornell Law School and Sorbonne Law School

Selected Publications

  • Silence in Eighteenth-Century Arts, History and Philosophy, Francesca Saggini, Dan Poston, and Adam Schoene, eds. (Paris: Honoré Champion, Forthcoming).
  • Participation, Collaboration, Association, le collectif des chercheurs de la SIEDS, eds. (Paris: Honoré Champion, Forthcoming).
  • Singular Pasts: The "I" in Historiography, Enzo Traverso, trans. Adam Schoene (New York: Columbia University Press, 2022).
  • “Turmoil and Corruption in Joséphine de Monbart’s Lettres tahitiennes,” in Turmoil: Instability and Insecurity in the Eighteenth-Century Francophone Text, Síofra Pierse and Emma M. Dunne, eds. (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment, 2022), 157-173.
  • “Scholarship Across the Aisle (Establishing Meaningful Scholarly Relationships Outside of One's Linguistic/Cultural Tradition),” with Logan Connors, Jason Pearl, Rebecca Messbarger, Morgan Vanek, and Jessie Zimble, Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, Vol. 50 (2021): 37-40.
  • "Rereading Rousseau’s Essay on the Origin of Languages/L’Essai sur l’origine des langues de Rousseau: une relecture," Rousseau Association Bulletin (2021): 2-4.
  • “ASECS at 50: Interview with Pierre Saint-Amand,” with Pierre Saint-Amand, Eighteenth-Century Studies, Vol. 53.4 (2020): 563-569.
  • “Éloquence muette: Rousseau and le corps morcelé,” in Silence, implicite et non-dit chez Rousseau/Silence, the Implicit and the Unspoken in Rousseau, Brigitte Weltman-Aron, Ourida Mostefai,  and Peter Westmoreland, eds. (Leiden: Brill, 2020), 122-135.
  • “Poverty, Migration, and Sentimental Cosmopolitanism in Riccoboni, Charrière, and Sand,” George Sand Studies, Vols. 37-38 (2020): 189-204.
  • “Staël’s Cosmopolitan Enthusiasm,” Lumen, Vol. 38 (2019): 89-104.
  • "Sentimental Conviction: Rousseau's Apologia and the Impartial Spectator," in Adam Smith and Rousseau: Ethics, Politics, Economics, Maria Pia Paganelli, Dennis C. Rasmussen, and Craig Smith, eds. (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2018), 166-182.
  • “Burning the Straits: Indignation and Hospitality in Ben Jelloun,” The Journal of North African Studies, Vol. 23.4 (2018): 557-568.
  • “Reuniting Speech and Song: Reading Sebbar with Rousseau,” The French Review, Vol. 90.3 (2017): 39-49.

Courses Taught

Law and Literature
Queer Ecojustice
Politics and Society
Sovereign Friendship
Rebellion and Upheaval
Legends of Enlightenment
Comparative Government and Society
Writing the Self in French and Francophone Literature and Film
Introduction to French and Francophone Literature and Culture
Languages, Texts, and Contexts
Advanced French Conversation
Continuing French
Intermediate French
Elementary French