Claire Marrone Ph.D. is Professor of French and Italian at Sacred Heart University and Coordinator of the Freanch and Italian programs. She teaches a variety of courses in French/Francophone and Italian language, literature, culture, and film. She began her tenure at Sacred Heart in 1992 after teaching at The University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, The University of Pennsylvania, The University of Paris X, The Frères Lumière University in Lyons, France, and The Bryn Mawr College – University of Pennsylvania Italian Studies Summer Institute in Florence, Italy. Education: B.A. with honors from the University of Delaware and her M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. Her research interests include women’s autobiographical writing, travel literature, and texts of the revolutionary periods in France and Italy. She has published a book entitled Female Journeys: Autobiographical Expressions by French and Italian Women (Greenwood P, 2000) along with numerous articles on works from the nineteenth century to the present.
Staël’s Philosophy of the Passions: Sensibility, Society, and the Sister Arts (Book Review), Languages Faculty Publications (2013)
Book review by Claire Marrone.
Cuillé, Tili Boon, and Karyna Szmurlo, eds. Staël’s Philosophy of...
The Florentine Sojourn in Staël’s Corinne ou l’Italie, Languages Faculty Publications (2013)
This study asks why Madame de Staël sets the conclusion of Corinne ou l’Italie in...
Echoes of Annie Ernaux in Marie Darrieussecq's Le bébé, Languages Faculty Publications (2006)
The Limits of Writing in Marie Cardinal's Amour... amours..., Languages Faculty Publications (2002)
George Sand and Cristina Di Belgiojoso's Literary Dialogue, Languages Faculty Publications (2001)
Presents a scholarly analysis of Italian woman writer Cristina Di Belgiojoso's writings in an effort...
Female Journeys: Autobiographical Expressions by French and Italian Women, Languages Faculty Publications (2000)
"In this study of 19th- and 20th-century French and Italian women's autobiography, the author illustrates...