Kathryne Corbin

Kathryne Adair Corbin is Assistant Professor of French and Francophone Studies at Haverford College. Her teaching and research span diverse projects in nineteenth and twentieth-century France in the areas of gender and sexuality studies, cultural studies, visual studies, and media studies. She specifically explores the voices of women in literature and journalism of the Belle Époque, an essential period of transition for women as they gradually assumed more visible roles in major newspapers and periodicals. Her recent publications include “‘On ne peut que cracher sur la page du Code.’ Pour une nouvelle cour de justice : la journaliste et la criminelle dans la presse quotidienne de la Belle Époque” published in the fall 2022 in a special issue of Tangence, “Femmes criminelles et culture médiatique”, and  Culture and Content in French: Frameworks for Innovative Curricula (Lever Press, 2022), which she co-edited with with Aurélie Chevant-Aksoy.