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Guillaume de Broux

Guillaume de Broux is a PhD student in the Department of French & Italian, and a Mellon fellow in Global Avant-Garde and Modernist studies. His research explores how French absolutism helped shape specifically modern notions of selfhood. His most recent work, a research article titled "Perrault immoral: le sens caché du conte Le Chat Botté," can be found in Early Modern French Studies

Influenced by his formative years spent between Florida and Europe, where he earned a BSc in International Relations from the University of London, he also continues to explore his love of foreign languages and cultures through trying to deepen his understanding of contemporary Italy and Japan.