Christine Lombez

Contact

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Professional Status

Employed
Open to opportunities

Experience

Senior Member of the Institut Universitaire de France (IUF)

Institut Universitaire de France (Paris)
Since May 2014

Professor of Comparative Literature

Université de Nantes
Since October 2005
  • Lectures and direction of Masters 1 & 2 and Ph.D. Theses (on politics and translation, poetics, poetry translation, history of translation, poet translators)
  • Member of the Scientific Council of the Faculty "Lettres et Langages" (Nantes University)
  • Member of the Laboratory Board L'AMo (EA 4276 Nantes University)
  • Lectures on Translation History, Translation and Politics, Poetry Translation, European Literature and Poetry (19h-20th c.)
  • Erasmus Supervisor for the Department of Lettres Modernes

Associate Researcher CNRS

Université Montpellier 3 - Laboratoire Praxiling
2000 to 2004

Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation

Karl-Ruprecht Universität
2000 to 2001
  • Scholar at the Institut für Übersetzen und Dolmetschen (Institute for Translation and Interpretation) of Heidelberg University

Scholar of the Thiers Foundation (Institut de France)

Institut de France
September 1999 to August 2000

Teaching Assistant Université de Rouen

Université de Rouen
1995 to 1998
  • Lecturer in French 20th century Literature
  • French for Foreigners

Teaching Assistant (Williams College, USA)

Williams College
1992 to 1993
  • Lectures on French Culture and Civilization (Department of Romance Languages)

Skills

  • English : Fluency C2
  • German : Fluency C2
  • Russian : Upper Intermediate C1
  • Modern Greek : Lower Intermediate B1
  • Italian : Lower Intermediate B1
  • Spanish : Lower Intermediate B1
  • Latin and Ancient Greek
  • Translation Studies
  • Politics and Translation
  • Comparative Literature
  • History of Poetic Forms
  • European Poetry

Education

Habilitation (HDR)

Université Paris IV - Sorbonne
November 2004

Habilitation Thesis (dir. J. L. Backès) : "European Poetry Translation and French Poetic Creation"

Ph. D. French Modern Literature

Université de Rouen - Haute Normandie
November 1998

Ph. D. Thesis : "Philippe Jaccottet, poète et traducteur de Rilke et Hölderlin" (dir. J. Pierrot)

Agrégation (Classical Philology)

ENS - Paris IV
1992