Dennis A. Gilbert holds a BA in French from Fairfield University and an MA in French
from Boston College. His research interests focus on Jean-Paul Sartre; Simone de
Beauvoir; and the history, theory, and criticism of drama. He has published several
articles on those subjects and is currently writing his dissertation at Boston College on
Sartre's esthetic of theater. He has been teaching French at UMass Boston since
2009. See below for recent publications and professional activity. 

Contributions to Books

Introduction and notes to Existentialist Theater, by Simone de Beauvoir, "The Useless Mouths" and Other Literary Writings (2011)
 
Contemporary Perspectives on Sartre's Theater, New Perspectives on Sartre (2010)
 

Articles and Reviews

Simone de Beauvoir on Existentialist Theater, Sartre Studies International (2012)
 

Papers

Simone de Beauvoir on Existentialist Theater, North American Sartre Society (2011)
 
Sartre and Cinema: Freud, the Secret Passion, North American Sartre Society (2008)
 
For a Sartrian Esthetic of Theater, North American Sartre Society (2005)
 

Sessions Organized and/or Moderated

Sartre and Esthetics, North American Sartre Society (2008)
 
Contemporary Perspectives on Sartre's Theater, North American Sartre Society (2006)