Juliette Rogers’ research interests include 19th century French writers, particularly from the Belle Epoque (1880-1914), and the literature of francophone Quebec, especially contemporary women writers. She has published a number of articles in these areas, and her book, titled Career Stories: Belle Epoque Novels of Professional Development, was published in 2007 on Pennsylvania State University Press. In 2018-2019, she was a Fulbright Research Scholar and conducted research on women writers from northern France at the Université de Lille.

Professor Rogers served as Editor in Chief of the scholarly journal Women in French Studies from 2014 to 2019 and is currently serving on the journal’s Advisory Board. She was recently appointed Associate Editor for the scholarly journal Quebec Studies.

She teaches courses on the 19th century and on Quebec studies, as well as topics courses that are cross-listed with Theater, with Environmental Studies, and with Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies. She is currently the co-director of the Concentration in Human Rights and Humanitarianism at Macalester.

BA: Oberlin College
PhD: Duke University