Nicole C. Rudolph
Languages Literatures And Cultures
United States of America
Nicole C. Rudolph completed Ph.D. in French Studies, New York University (2005) D.E.A. in Social Sciences, Ecole Normale Superieure / Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (1999) M.A. in French Studies, New York University (1998) M.A. in French Language and Literature, University of Pittsburgh (1993) B.A. in American History and French Language and Literature, University of Pittsburgh (1990) Certificate in West European Studies, University of Pittsburgh (1990). Member, Board of Visitors, University Honors College, University of Pittsburgh. Nominee, 2013 and 2015 Adelphi Teaching Award for untenured faculty Recipient of Western Society for French History's Millstone Prize, for best interdisciplinary paper presented at annual meeting (2003) Fulbright Research Scholar, 2000-2001 Phi Beta Kappa (elected junior year)
21st-century French civilization, 20th-century French cultural and social history, French urbanism, history of domestic architecture, and French environmental studies I serve on the Editorial Board of the interdisciplinary journal French Politics, Culture and Society
N. Rudolph (2016). Nature and the “Third Way” in French Mass Housing: From Public Health to Private Space, 1945-1975. In European Association of Urban Historians. University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland.
N. Rudolph (2017). Fantastic Models and Their Discontents: How Spectacular Architecture Shaped Domestic Space Expectations in Postwar France. In Fantasy in Reality: Architecture, Representation, Reproduction. Courtauld Institute of Art, London, UK
Nicole C. Rudolph (2015). "At Home in Postwar France: Modern Mass Housing and the Right to Comfort". Oxford and New York: Berghahn Books.