Diane Fourny

Associate Professor
Co-Director of the Humanities Multicultural Scholars Program
Primary office:
303-L, Bailey

Diane Fourny is an Associate Professor in the Humanities Program.  Also, she is Co-Director of the Humanities Multicultural Scholars Program, and is heavily involved in the direction of the HWC Program’s Study Abroad in Florence and Paris.  Her areas of research are the French Enlightenment (18th Century Novel, J.-J. Rousseau, Diderot), autobiography, and European Studies.   Professor Fourny has received the H. Bernard Fink Distinguished Teaching Award and a Kemper Fellowship for Teaching Excellence.  She received a Ph.D. in French from Stanford University.

Registering Students: Please note that all Humanities courses have changed from HWC to HUM in the Course Catalog. 

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