Margaret Flinn

Associate Professor of French
Faculty-Affiliated

Associate Professor in the Department of French and Italian, Maggie Flinn (Ph.D. Harvard University, 2005) researches and teaches on French and Francophone cinemas, bande dessinée (French-language comic books), new media art, and film theory. She is the author of The Social Architecture of French Cinema, 1929-39 (Liverpool University Press, 2014) and is currently completely a book manuscript on the cosmopolitan humanism of Olivier Assayas. She has published multiple articles on representations of museums, architecture, and fine art in documentary cinema or essay films and in French-language comics. Among courses she regularly teaches is a first-year seminar called “High and Low? Fine Art, Museums, and Popular Culture.”

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