Professor of early modern British history and literature in the English department of the University of Paris Nanterre (also known as Paris X Nanterre).
I am currently Director of the Presses Universitaires of Paris Nanterre, and was formerly Secretary of the French Shakespeare Society and General Editor of ANGLES, a refereed journal published by the SAES.
At Nanterre, I teach courses on early-modern history and literature (particularly Shakespeare) at both undergraduate and graduate level, and serve as Deputy director of the Centre de Recherches Anglophones (CREA) and Director of our distance-learning M.A.
Time allowing, I am a translator and interpreter, a freelance web designer, and I contribute to a number of open-source projects. As a firm believer in the virtues of sharing/open knowledge, you will find on this website a brief guide to electronic tools for the Humanities, as well as a few links.