Lydia Vazquez - Curriculum Vitae#

Professor of the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), Euskadi, Spain.

Specialisms: French and comparative literature (Spain/France, Literature/Visual arts); 18th-c. literature; literature and gender; animal studies; libertine literature; literature and eroticism.

Literary translator of Cyrano de Bergerac, Marivaux, Rousseau, Diderot, Sade, Baudelaire, Flaubert, Gide, Desnos, Carco, Annie Ernaux, Annie Le Brun, Jean-Baptiste del Amo, Abdellah Taïa, Laurent Petitmangin, Gabrielle Wittkop, Marie-Claire Blais, Fatima Daas...

Numerous awards for literary translation

Principal investigator, co-director or researcher for various projects or research groups including currently 'L'animal sur scène en France au XXe siècle' (UV, UPV/EHU, UBU, Paris-Sorbonne), P.I. Ignacio Ramos, University of Valencian.

Principal investigator of the GIGEF (Grupo de Investigación de Género de Estudios Franceses) research group based at UPV/EHU

Organiser of numerous congresses, colloquia, international study days etc. at UPV/EHU on topics in comparative literature, literature and gender, animal studies.

Collaborations with museum curators at the Paris Louvre (Guillaume Faroult) and Bilbao Guggenheim

Director of special issues of journals: Marivaux moderne et libertin (RSH, 2008), La anécdota, Cédille (2007)

Director of Festschrifts forJuli Leal (Himeros, 2010) and Isabel Herrero (UPV/EHU, 2008)

Numerous conferences and study days organised in Spain and France.

Multiple keynotes in Spain and other European countries.

Supervisor of 12 theses, all with top class, most of them international/European joint degrees. 3 thesis supervisions under way.

Member of numerous boards (advisory, scientific etc.) for leading Spanish and foreign periodicals.

Author of numerous academic publications as well as ones intended for a wider audience on research topics including 18th-c.

French literature, women's literature, libertine literature, France and Spain's literary relations etc.

Total number of publications: 245
  • 73 on the 18th century
  • 38 relating to gender studies
  • 10 Animal Studies
  • 51 Reception studies France/Spain
  • 40 Critical Editions/Translations
  • 30 Literature and the visual arts

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