Jill Cornish

Jill Cornish
Lecturer in French
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Research/Teaching Interests

  • Representations of domestic space in 19th-century French literature


Ph.D., French & Francophone Studies, Indiana University, 2018

M.A., French & Francophone Studies, University of Kentucky, 2013

B.A., English Literature & French, Western Kentucky University, 2011

Courses Taught at Baylor

  • Elementary French (FRE 1301)

  • Elementary French (FRE 1302)

  • Intermediate French (FRE 2310)

  • Passport to the French-Speaking World (FRE 2320)

  • French Conversation (FRE 3302)

Selected Publications

  • “The Bedroom as Metonymic Portrait: Ekphrasis, Balzac, and Impressionism in the Nineteenth Century.” In Domestic Space in France and Belgium: Art, Literature and Design (1860-1910). Ed. Claire Moran. Bloomsbury, 2018. 300p. Forthcoming.

  • Doctoral Dissertation: Space and the Self: Representations of the Bedroom in Nineteenth-Century French Literature, Indiana University, Ann Arbor, 2018. ProQuest.

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