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Stephen Maddux


B.A., French & English, University of Dallas, 1971 M.A., Comparative Studies in Literature,University of Chicago, 1973 Ph.D., Comparative Studies in Literature, University of Chicago, 1979

Departmental Duties

French Program Director,
Comparative Literary Traditions, Co-Director
Professor of French

Courses Taught

Intermediate French I and II (MFr2311) Advanced French Grammar II (MFr3146) JRR Tolkien (MCT4321) Introduction to Old French (MCTF5315) King Arthur in Europe I / The Search for the Holy Grail King Arthur in Europe II / Lancelot JRRTolkien: Heroic Fantasy & the Literary Tradition French Symbolist Poetry Introduction to Old Occitan Historical Linguistics Literary Tradition One (Eng1301) Literary Tradition Two (Eng1302) Augustine (ClL3334 Latin) Medieval Latin Readings (ClL3335 Latin) Arthurian Romance (Eng5320) Medieval World (Humanities 6326) Renaissance World (Humanities 6327)


Publications/ Scholarship

Co-editing, co-translating, and co-introducing the complete sermons of Petrus Lombardus, aka Peter the Lombard, twelfth-century theologian, for the Dallas Medieval Texts and Translations (Peeters)

Representative Publications

JSM's Writing Guide (pdf)

"The Fiction of the 'Livre' in Robert de Boron's Merlin." Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association 5 (1985) 41-56
"Satan with and without a face in Georges Bernanos." Claudel Studies 13:2 (1986) 22-33"La Pénitence de Perceval." Communio: Revue catholique internationale (version française) 3:5 (1978) 59-69

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