Gina Stamm

Gina Stamm

Assistant Professor of French


  • PhD in French Emory University 2016, certificates in Psychoanalytic Studies and Comparative Literature
  • MA in French Miami University 2010


Dr. Stamm's research focuses on 20th and 21st century French and Caribbean literature, specifically questions of embodiment and the environment; environmental humanities; ecocriticism; and psychoanalysis.  

Selected Publications

Recent Publications:

“Embodiment and Aging in Le Ravissment de Lol V. Stein.” Mosaic 51.2, June 2018.

“Postpastoral and the Nonmodern: Jean Giono’s Engagement with Nature” Studies in 20th and 21st Century LiteratureVol. 43: Iss. 1, Article 6.; special issue “Engaging the Pastoral: Social, Environmental, and Artistic Critique,” December 2018.


“Cannibal Plants: Tropiques and Martinican Aesthetics.”  Women in French Studies in fall 2019.