Michaela Hulstyn is a Lecturer in Structured Liberal Education (SLE), a first-year residential education program at Stanford University.
Her first monograph, _Unselfing: Global French Literature at the Limits of Consciousness_, is forthcoming with the University of Toronto Press in 2022. Her research interests center on 20th- and 21st-century French and Francophone literature, phenomenology of the self and intersubjectivity, cognitive approaches to transcultural literature, and literature as ethical philosophy. Her work has appeared in MLN, Philosophy and Literature, and Contemporary French and Francophone Studies, among other places.
She previously held academic appointments at Florida State University and Reed College.
Lecturer, Stanford Introductory Studies
Symposium: The Autobiographical Mind
PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATURE
2021; 45 (1): 185-198
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- Djibril Diop Mambety, Sony Labou Tansi, and the Recourse to the Imaginary CONTEMPORARY FRENCH AND FRANCOPHONE STUDIES 2019; 23 (2): 180-187
- Unselfing as Disruption in Paul Valery and Charlotte Delbo: the Self and Other in Pain MLN 2016; 131 (4): 1113-1129