Auteur - Hugo Azerad

Hugues Azérad is Fellow and College Lecturer at Magdalene College, Cambridge. He specialises in comparative literature, modernism and French poetry. He is the editor of the modern and contemporary French poetry and fiction sections of The Literary Encyclopedia and, with Marion Schmid, of a book series, "European Connections: Studies in Comparative Literature, Intermediality and Aesthetics" (Lang, Oxford). He is the co-editor (with Peter Collier) of Twentieth-Century French Poetry: A Critical Anthology (Cambridge University Press, 2010); (with Emma Wagstaff, Michael G. Kelly and Nina Parish) of a double issue of French Forum "Poetic Practice and the Practice of Poetics in French since 1945" (2012); of Chantiers du poème. Prémisses et pratiques de la poésie moderne et contemporaine (Lang, 2013) and (with Michael G. Kelly) of a special issue of L’Esprit Créateur, La Poésie à l’œuvre: Poetry, Philosophy, Politics (2015). He is the author of L'Univers constellé de Proust, Joyce et Faulkner: le concept d'épiphanie dans l'esthétique du modernisme (Lang, 2002). An article on Glissant and Guattari will be published in Irish Journal of French Studies at the end of 2017.