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Areas of interest
Aesthetics, philosophy of art and aesthetics, social and political philosophy, and theory of the novel.
- PhD, Comparative Literature, University of California
- MA, University of Paris
- BA, University of Paris
Anne-Marie Feenberg-Dibon was born in France, educated in France and the Netherlands, and obtained degrees from the Sorbonne and University of California. She taught in a number of universities in California before going to Simon Fraser University. Her publications include 8 book translations (work by e.g. Michel Serres, Marcel Henaff, Augustin Berque), 20 plus article translations in the Humanities and Social Sciences, and articles on the theory of the novel. She is trilingual in French, Dutch, and English, and good at German and Italian.