Aurélie Griffin

Aurélie Griffin is a Lecturer in Early Modern English Literature and a member of CELEC at Université Jean Monnet, Saint-Etienne. Her PhD dissertation, which dealt with Lady Mary Wroth’s poetics of melancholy, was supervised by Line Cottegnies at the Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3 and completed in 2013. It was awarded the First Prize for a dissertation in Gender Studies from the Gender Institute – CNRS in 2014. A revised version is forthcoming from Classiques Garnier. She has written various articles on Lady Mary Wroth and Sir Philip Sidney. Her research interests include pastoral, melancholy and the development of early modern women’s writing. She is also interested in drama and material culture, and is part of two research projects with the Epistémè seminar : « Representations of the Heroic Body in Early Modern Literature », directed by Christine Sukic (Reims-Champagne Ardennes), and « Early Modern Literature and Objects », directed by Anne-Marie Miller-Blaise (Sorbonne Nouvelle).

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