Eve Gianoncelli is the 2019-2020 Deakin Visiting Fellow at the European Studies Centre, St. Antony’s College and a resident at the Maison Française.
She obtained her PhD from the University of Paris 8 Vincennes Saint-Denis. She worked and taught within different research institutions in France like Paris Dauphine, Lille, Rennes 1 Universities. She also spent two years in residence at Columbia University while completing her PhD dissertation where she was first invited as a Lurcy-Fulbright Fellow.
Her research interests include intellectual history, the history of political thought, the history of political ideologies, gender studies and cultural studies.
Her research as a Visiting Fellow at the ESC focuses on the ways in which Conservatism is being reshaped and reinvented by conservative intellectuals within and between Britain and France and aims to demonstrate in particular how gender has become a key concept for Conservatives and more broadly how gender, sexuality and race participate in defining a Conservative Politics of Nation.
Last, Eve is currently working on the publication of her doctoral thesis which investigated the ways in which women were able to become intellectuals in the 20th century and along with Professor Brent Hayes Edwards (Columbia University) editing a book on the writings of Paulette Nardal, the pioneer of Negritude whom she extensively studied in her dissertation. She is the author of numerous articles published in international journals such as Les Cahiers du Genre, Genre, sexualité, société, Les études sociales.