Executive Committee

Andrew Parker

Andrew ParkerThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. is a Professor of French and Comparative Literature. His research concerns the history and practices of literary theory, especially post-war theory in France and its world-wide dissemination.  His most recent book is The Theorist’s Mother, which attends to traces of the maternal in the lives and works of canonical theorists from Marx and Freud to Lacan and Derrida.  He was the editor and co-translator of Jacques Ranciere’s The Philosopher and His Poor, and have co-edited five other collections of essays.  A new book project, “Ventriloquisms,” explores interactions between body and voice across different literary traditions and media forms.