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Professor Michelle Bolduc

Professor in Translation Studies


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Telephone: 01392 724220

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Michelle Bolduc, Professor in Translation Studies at Exeter, is an internationally recognized scholar of Translation Studies and Comparative Medieval Literature (French, Occitan, and Italian), and has published extensively on medieval literature (translatio) as well as on modern rhetoric--the New Rhetoric Project--and its translation. Under the direction of Barbara K. Altmann and F. Regina Psaki, she took a PhD in Comparative Literature with a specialization in Medieval Literatures from the University of Oregon; she has held positions at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and the University of Arizona.

In 2014 Michelle was awarded a two-year National Endowment of the Humanities Scholarly Editions and Translations Award ($116,000), a prestigious grant funded by the United States federal government. She has also received University-level Certification [qualification] in Comparative Literature from France’s Ministère de l’Education nationale [French National Education Ministry].

Michelle has served as an Executive Committee Member of the Occitan Discussion Group of the Modern Language Association (2011-2015), and as its President (2014), as well as Secretary-Treasurer of the Société Guilhem IX (2007-2009).