Katie Chenoweth

Associate Professor of French, Director of Undergraduate Studies, French & Italian


(609) 258-7064


327 East Pyne



Katie Chenoweth’s research is situated at the intersection of literature, philosophy, media studies, and the history of the book.  Her primary areas of specialization are the Renaissance (sixteenth century) and contemporary French thought, with a focus on deconstruction and the work of Jacques Derrida

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Chenoweth previously taught HUM 216/217: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Western Culture I: Literature and the Arts, History, Philosophy and Religion and HUM 218/219: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Approaches to Western Culture II: Literature and the Arts, History, Philosophy, and Religion.

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