Professor of French & Francophone Studies and European Studies, Modern Languages
Carnegie Mellon University
5000 Forbes Ave,
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Office: Porter Hall 125A
Beryl Schlossman is the author of several books of literary criticism (Joyce’s Catholic Comedy of Language [University of Wisconsin Press], The Orient of Style: Modernist Allegories of Conversion [Duke University Press], and Objects of Desire: The Madonnas of Modernism [Cornell University Press]), as well as Angelus Novus, a collection of poems published by Editions Virgile, Fontaine-lès-Dijon, France. She received a Charlotte W. Newcombe dissertation fellowship at The Johns Hopkins University and a Mellon post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Virginia. She taught French and comparative literature at Emory University before joining the Department of Modern Languages at CMU. She teaches French and Francophone studies, literature, cinema, and the arts in society. Her poetry and short fiction are published in France as well as in the U.S.