Professor, World Languages & Literatures
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By appointment only. Please email me to make an appointment.
Doctor of Philosophy, Linguistics, Foreign Institution, 1984
Maitrise, Lettres classiques (français, latin, grec), Paris 4, Sorbonne., France,
Doctorat de 3e cycle, Linguistique, Paris 7, France, 1984
Danielle Trudeau received her Doctorate in Linguistics from University of Paris 7
in 1984. She has taught French (language, literature, and linguistics) at SJSU since
1988. Specialized in French Renaissance, her publications include Les Inventeurs du
bon usage (Paris: Minuit, 1992), and critical editions of Bertrand de La Borderie's
L'Amie de court (Paris: Champion, 1997) and Le Discours du Voyage de Constantinoble
(Paris: Champion, 2003, and of Pernette du Guillet's Rymes (Paris: Champion, 2007).
Her current research project is the translation and critical edition of Henri Estienne's
De Latinate Falsò Suspecta.