Andrew H. Clark specializes in Diderot, aesthetics and physiology in the eighteenth century. His research interests also include philosophy, literature, music, painting, and medicine during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries in Europe. He has published on Diderot, the Encyclopédie, and the history of the book, and has presented papers on De Lafayette, Mattheson, Diderot and Rousseau. He is the author of Diderot's Part (Ashgate, 2008). He is finishing a co-edited manuscript for Fordham UP with Keith Chapin (New Zealand School of Music) called Speaking of Music, and is also working on a book-length project entitled Music, Medicine, and the Common Good in Early Modern Europe. He teaches courses on seventeenth- and eighteenth-century epistemology, literature, women's literature, theory, and aesthetics in addition to French language and culture.
Affiliations at Fordham: Comparative Literature - The New York Eighteenth-Century Seminar - Women's Studies