Isabelle Delage-Béland

Sessional Lecturer of French
location_on Buchanan Tower - Room 710

Subject Area

About

Dr. Isabelle Delage-Béland is a Sessional Lecturer of French at UBC since 2020. She defended her doctoral dissertation in the Département des littératures de langue française at Université de Montréal in 2017 (SSHRC, 2012-2015). From 2018 to 2020, she conducted a postdoctoral research project at Université Laval (FRQSC, 2018-2020). In 2019, she obtained a Connection Grant (SSHRC, 2019-2020) with Anne Salamon for the project Le Dit du berceau au tombeau (XIIIe-XVe siècles). Her research focuses primarily on poetics and history of brief narratives during the Middle Ages (13th-15th century).

Over the last years, she has taught several language and literature courses in Quebec (at Université de Montréal and Université Laval) and in Ontario (at Brock University).


Research

Interests

  • French Medieval Literature
  • Poetics of Medieval Narrative Genre (12th-15th century)
  • Short texts (fabliau, lai, dit, nouvelle)
  • Brevity in Literature
  • Theories of Fiction
  • New Codicology
  • Manuscript Collections

Publications

Articles and book chapters

“Des bibliothèques personnelles. Copie, compilation et matière du livre anglo- normand : l’exemple des manuscrits de Londres, British Library, Harley 2253 et Oxford, Bodleian Library, Digby 86”, in Gabriele Giannini and Francis Gingras, eds., with the collaboration of Gaëlle Morend Jaquet, Les Centres de production des manuscrits vernaculaires au Moyen Âge (Paris: Classiques Garnier, “Rencontres, Civilisation médiévale”, 2015), p. 37-58.

“Une conquête problématique. Le statut ambigu de la fiction dans le manuscrit Paris, BNF, fr. 375, un recueil de romans”, Études françaises, 48/3 (2012), p. 95-113.

“Incipit et mise en recueil: lire en contexte Le Chevalier aux deux épées, texte initial du manuscrit Paris, BnF fr. 12603”, Memini. Travaux et documents, 14 (2010), p. 7-24.


Isabelle Delage-Béland

Sessional Lecturer of French
location_on Buchanan Tower - Room 710

Dr. Isabelle Delage-Béland is a Sessional Lecturer of French at UBC since 2020. She defended her doctoral dissertation in the Département des littératures de langue française at Université de Montréal in 2017 (SSHRC, 2012-2015). From 2018 to 2020, she conducted a postdoctoral research project at Université Laval (FRQSC, 2018-2020). In 2019, she obtained a Connection Grant (SSHRC, 2019-2020) with Anne Salamon for the project Le Dit du berceau au tombeau (XIIIe-XVe siècles). Her research focuses primarily on poetics and history of brief narratives during the Middle Ages (13th-15th century).

Over the last years, she has taught several language and literature courses in Quebec (at Université de Montréal and Université Laval) and in Ontario (at Brock University).

Interests

  • French Medieval Literature
  • Poetics of Medieval Narrative Genre (12th-15th century)
  • Short texts (fabliau, lai, dit, nouvelle)
  • Brevity in Literature
  • Theories of Fiction
  • New Codicology
  • Manuscript Collections

Articles and book chapters

“Des bibliothèques personnelles. Copie, compilation et matière du livre anglo- normand : l’exemple des manuscrits de Londres, British Library, Harley 2253 et Oxford, Bodleian Library, Digby 86”, in Gabriele Giannini and Francis Gingras, eds., with the collaboration of Gaëlle Morend Jaquet, Les Centres de production des manuscrits vernaculaires au Moyen Âge (Paris: Classiques Garnier, “Rencontres, Civilisation médiévale”, 2015), p. 37-58.

“Une conquête problématique. Le statut ambigu de la fiction dans le manuscrit Paris, BNF, fr. 375, un recueil de romans”, Études françaises, 48/3 (2012), p. 95-113.

“Incipit et mise en recueil: lire en contexte Le Chevalier aux deux épées, texte initial du manuscrit Paris, BnF fr. 12603”, Memini. Travaux et documents, 14 (2010), p. 7-24.

Isabelle Delage-Béland

Sessional Lecturer of French
location_on Buchanan Tower - Room 710

Dr. Isabelle Delage-Béland is a Sessional Lecturer of French at UBC since 2020. She defended her doctoral dissertation in the Département des littératures de langue française at Université de Montréal in 2017 (SSHRC, 2012-2015). From 2018 to 2020, she conducted a postdoctoral research project at Université Laval (FRQSC, 2018-2020). In 2019, she obtained a Connection Grant (SSHRC, 2019-2020) with Anne Salamon for the project Le Dit du berceau au tombeau (XIIIe-XVe siècles). Her research focuses primarily on poetics and history of brief narratives during the Middle Ages (13th-15th century).

Over the last years, she has taught several language and literature courses in Quebec (at Université de Montréal and Université Laval) and in Ontario (at Brock University).

Interests

  • French Medieval Literature
  • Poetics of Medieval Narrative Genre (12th-15th century)
  • Short texts (fabliau, lai, dit, nouvelle)
  • Brevity in Literature
  • Theories of Fiction
  • New Codicology
  • Manuscript Collections

Articles and book chapters

“Des bibliothèques personnelles. Copie, compilation et matière du livre anglo- normand : l’exemple des manuscrits de Londres, British Library, Harley 2253 et Oxford, Bodleian Library, Digby 86”, in Gabriele Giannini and Francis Gingras, eds., with the collaboration of Gaëlle Morend Jaquet, Les Centres de production des manuscrits vernaculaires au Moyen Âge (Paris: Classiques Garnier, “Rencontres, Civilisation médiévale”, 2015), p. 37-58.

“Une conquête problématique. Le statut ambigu de la fiction dans le manuscrit Paris, BNF, fr. 375, un recueil de romans”, Études françaises, 48/3 (2012), p. 95-113.

“Incipit et mise en recueil: lire en contexte Le Chevalier aux deux épées, texte initial du manuscrit Paris, BnF fr. 12603”, Memini. Travaux et documents, 14 (2010), p. 7-24.