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Nicholas Ealy

  • Assiociate Professor of Modern Languages and Cultures
  • University of Hartford
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Research interests

Medieval Literature and Culture French Literature Spanish Literature (Peninsular) Psychoanalysis

About

I specialize in the medieval literature and culture of Iberia and France and teach French and Spanish language courses as well as courses in European and Latin-American literature and culture. My research is primarily focused on the literature of erotic and spiritual love from the 12th to the 15th century. Other scholarly interests include the philosophical tradition of human subjectivity, psychoanalytic studies, cinema studies and text and image. I am currently working on a book on the influence of Ovid’s myth of Narcissus on writers such as Chrétien de Troyes, Fernando de Rojas, and Alain de Lille.

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Publications

Calisto's Narcissistic Visions: A Reexamination of Melibea's 'Ojos Verdes' in 'Celestina'

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eHumanista (2012)
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From Blood-on-Snow to Boys-on-Sand: Perceval's Mirror in Michel Tournier's 'The Ogre'

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Studies in the Novel (2012)
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Illusions of Love: The ‘Woman-Who-Never-Was’ and the 'Libro de buen amor'

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Sexuality, Sociality and Cosmology in Medieval Literary Texts (2012)
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The Poet at the Mirror: René d’Anjou and Authorial Doubling in the 'Livre du Coeur d’Amour épris'

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Fifteenth-Century Studies (2012)
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Professional experience

Assiociate Professor of Modern Languages and Cultures

University of Hartford

August 2007 - Present

Assistant Professor of Modern Foreign Languages

Wesleyan College

August 2005 - July 2007(2 years)

Education history

Ph.D. (Comparative Literature)

Emory University

September 1999 - May 2005(6 years)

M.A. (French Literature), M.A. (Spanish Literature)

Florida State University

June 1996 - August 1999(3 years)

B.A. (French and Spanish)

Stetson University

September 1990 - May 1994(4 years)