Member of Modern Language Association, N. American Association 17th Century French Literature, International Association for Philosophical and Literature.
Dalia Judovitz, Romanian, American literature educator. Fellow Mellon Fellowship, Columbia U Society of Fellows in the Humanities, 1981-1982, American Council of Learned Society, 2002; Contemplative Practice fellow. Member of Modern Language Association, N. American Association 17th Century French Literature, International Association for Philosophical and Literature.
- Assistant professor U Pennsylvania, 1979—1982, University California, Berkeley, 1982—1988. Associate professor Emory University, Atlanta, 1988—1994, professor, 1994—2002, National Endowment of the Humanities professor French literature and Italian, since 2002. Visiting fellow Institute Humanities University Michigan, 1994.
- The Culture of the Body: Genealogies of Modernity (The Body, In Theory: Histories of Cultural Materialism)
- What is the body? How was it culturally constructed, conceived, and cultivated before and after the advent of rationalism and modern science? This interdisciplinary study elaborates a cultural genealogy of the body and its legacies to modernity by tracing its crucial redefinition from a live anatomical entity to disembodied, mechanical and virtual analogs.
- Subjectivity and Representation in Descartes: The Origins of Modernity (Cambridge Studies in French)
- This book re-examines the philosophical and personal writings of Descartes from a modernist standpoint, combining philosophical, literary and historical styles of analysis.
- Unpacking Duchamp: Art in Transit (Paperback) - Common
- Perhaps no twentieth-century artist utilized puns and linguistic ambiguity with greater effect - and greater controversy - than Marcel Duchamp.
- Unpacking Duchamp: Art in Transit
- Perhaps no twentieth-century artist utilized puns and linguistic ambiguity with greater effect—and greater controversy—than Marcel Duchamp.
1979 - 1982
1982 - 1988
1988 - 1994