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Littérature française moderne et contemporaine : Histoire, critique, théorie

by Antoine Compagnon

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Antoine Compagnon est professeur au Collège de France depuis 2006, chaire de « Littérature française moderne et contemporaine : histoire, critique, théorie ». Depuis plus de trente ans, son enseignement et ses recherches portent sur quatre domaines : la Renaissance et en particulier Montaigne ; la fin du XIXe siècle et le début du XXe siècle, notamment Baudelaire et Proust ; la théorie de la littérature et l'histoire de la critique de Sainte-Beuve à Roland Barthes ; enfin l'histoire culturelle, depuis l'affaire Dreyfus jusqu'à Vichy. Tous ses travaux ont une même ambition: comprendre la modernité et l'antimodernité. Il écrit aussi sur des questions de culture contemporaine. Antoine Compagnon has been a Professor at the Collège de France since 2006, chair of 'Modern and Contemporary French Literature: History, Criticism, Theory.' For more than thirty years, he has taught and researched in four main fields: the Renaissance and particularly Montaigne; the late 19th century and early 20th century, specifically Baudelaire and Proust; theory of literature and history of criticism from Sainte-Beuve to Roland Barthes; cultural history, from the Dreyfus Affair to Vichy. A single ambition runs through all his enquiries: understanding modernity and antimodernity. He also writes on questions of contemporary culture. Les enseignements sont diffusés avec le soutien de la Fondation Bettencourt Schueller