B.A. and M.A. in English and American Studies, Université de Nancy 2 (France)
M.A. and Ph.D. in French Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- French and Francophone film and screen studies
- Documentary filmmaking
- Contemporary Critical Theory (especially Labor, Work, Precarity, Ethics of Care)
- 20th and 21st century French literature
Audrey Evrard specializes in French Film and Screen Studies. She has published multiple articles on documentary cinema and recently completed a book on the subject, Precarious Sociality, Ethics and Politics: French Documentary Cinema in the Early Twenty-First Century (University of Wales Press, 2022). She is also interested in contemporary Francophone televisual dramas and Quebec's cinematic production.
- Introduction to French Language and Literature
- France: Literature, History, Civilization
- French Films d'Auteur -- Genre and Gender (2014) ; Agnès Varda (2020)
- Contemporary French Novel
- The New Wave Arrives!
- Francophone African Cinemas
- Discovering French Cinema
- America: French Perspectives
- Cinemas of Quebec
- Intercultural Theory: The "Contact Zone"
Precarious Sociality, Ethics and Politics: French Documentary Cinema in the Early Twenty-First Century (University of Wales Press, 2022)
Co-editor with Dr. Robert St-Clair (Dartmouth College) of "The Politics of Laziness", special issue 55, 1, (March 2016), Nottingham French Studies: https://www.euppublishing.com/toc/nfs/55/1.
Recent peer-reviewed articles
"There Before You: Caring for the Uncared For", French Screen Studies 22.1 (February 2022), special issue "Ethics of Care in Documentary Films since 1968", 60-76.
"Topographies fantastiques dans la fiction télévisée francophone: Les Revenants (Canal +, 2012; 2015) et Zone Blanche (2017-2019)," TV/ Series 18, special issue "Séries et Espace" (September 2020), http://journals.openedition.org/tvseries/4718
"Rêve d'usine (Luc Decaster, 2003): Presenting the vanishing workplace," Modern and Contemporary France, 26:3, (August 2018), https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09639489.2018.1424707
"Shifting French Documentary Militancy from Workers' Rights to an Ethic of Unemployment," Nottingham French Studies, special issue 'The Politics of Laziness', 55,1 (March 2016): 96-116: https://www.euppublishing.com/doi/full/10.3366/nfs.2016.0141