Bordered by the Atlantic and Mediterranean worlds, defined by a millenia-old culture and a rapidly changing society, the French Republic offers Washington University scholars a melding of the old and the new.
Members of the Wash. U. community follow their research goals to the far corners of the world.
Venus Bivar, PhD, assistant professor of history in Arts & Sciences
Igor Efimov, PhD, the Lucy and Stanley Lopata Distinguished Professor in the School of Engineering & Applied Science; Sarah Gutbrod, doctoral candidate in biomedical engineering
Seth Graebner, PhD, associate professor of French in Arts & Sciences
Leila Sadat, JD, the Henry H. Oberschelp Professor and director of the Whitney R. Harris World Law Institute in the School of Law
Carolyn Sargent, PhD, professor of anthropology in Arts & Sciences; Peter Benson, PhD, associate professor of anthropology in Arts & Sciences; and Stéphanie Larchanché, PhD ’10, research fellow, École des Hautes Études, Paris