Benjamin C.  Williams


Benjamin C.  Williams

Visiting Assistant Professor of French

Joined Connecticut College: 2015

Education
B.A., University of Virginia
Ph.D., Princeton University


Specializations

French cultures and literatures of the 19th and 20th centuries

French symbolism

Belle Époque culture (poetry, periodicals, painting)

Ben Williams is a visiting assistant professor of French. In 2012, he received a Ph.D. from Princeton University’s department of French and Italian. His doctoral specialization was French-language symbolism and literary periodicals of the late nineteenth century.

He teaches or has taught the following courses at Connecticut College:

French 101 and 102, Elementary French I+II ; French 110 Lower Intermediate French; French 201 Intermediate French I ; French 301 Pensez français; French 347/447 Gastronomy and Culture; French 413 Le Temps des prophètes; French 442 Artistic lives in Belle Époque Paris; French 445 Franco-American Connections; and French 460 Writers, Painters, Models.

Majoring in French.

Visit the ;French department website.

Contact Benjamin C.  Williams

Mailing Address

Benjamin C.  Williams
Connecticut College
Box #5605
270 Mohegan Ave.
New London, CT 06320

Office

204 Blaustein Humanities