Ms Elsa Baroghel

BA, MA (Paris IV-La Sorbonne)

Profile

Elsa Baroghel is a French language tutor, early career researcher and DPhil candidate in 20th Century British/French literature.

Teaching

Elsa Baroghel's teaching for 2016-2017 includes Prelim Papers 1 (grammar, translation, summary) and Oral; FHS Papers I (essay in French), IIB (prose) and Oral (listening, comprehension, discourse). As Faculty Tutor, she also gives grammar classes to Prelim students from various Oxford colleges.

Research

Ms Baroghel is currently completing a doctoral thesis on Samuel Beckett and the Marquis de Sade. Her research interests include the 20th century avant-garde, bilingual and comparative literature, intertextuality, and the aesthetics of madness and violence in modern literature.

Publications

‘my God to have to murmur that’: How It Is and the Issue of Performance,’ in Samuel Beckett and BBC Radio: a Reassessment, Matthew Feldman, Erik Tonning and David Addyman (eds.), ‘New Interpretations of Samuel Beckett in the Twenty-First Century,’ London: Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming in 2016.

‘Samuel Beckett, lecteur de Sade: Comment c’est et Les 120 Journées de Sodome,’ in La violence dans l’œuvre de Samuel Beckett: entre langage et corps, ‘Samuel Beckett’ vol. 4, Llewellyn Brown (ed.), Lettres Modernes Minard/Classiques Garnier, forthcoming in 2016.

‘From Narcissistic Isolation to Sadistic Pseudocouples: Tracing the Genesis of Endgame,’ in Samuel Beckett: Debts and Legacies, ‘Samuel Beckett Today/Aujourd’hui’ vol. 22, Erik Tonning, Matthew Feldman, Matthijs Engelberts et al. (eds.), Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2010.