The list below shows Durham University research staff who are members of IMEMS. Click the member's name to see a more detailed biography and department.
We also welcome anyone from outside the University with an interest in our work to join. Membership is free of charge. You will receive invitations to our programme of events, with a weekly emails digest about what is happening in the Insitute and further afield. To join IMEMS contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Marc Schachter, MA, PhD University of California
Fridays, 2pm-4pm and by appointment
- Early Modern French Literature and Culture
- Early modern seditious literature
- History of the Book
- Medieval and Renaissance Italian Literature
- Sexuality and Gender Studies
- Textual Editing and Commentaries
- The Classical Tradition
- Translation Studies
- Schachter, Marc (2008). Voluntary Servitude and the Erotics of Friendship: From Classical Antiquity to Early Modern France. Ashgate.
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- Schachter, Marc (2015). Lesbian Philology in Early Print Commentaries on Juvenal and Martial. In Ancient Rome and the Construction of Modern Homosexual Identities. Ingleheart, Jennifer Oxford University Press. 39-55.
- Schachter, Marc (2015). Translating Friendship in the Circle of Marguerite de Navarre: Des Periers' Lysis and De Rozières' Toxaris. In Men and Women Making Friends in Early Modern France. Wilkin, Rebecca & Seifert, Lewis Farnham: Ashgate. 99-118.
- Schachter, Marc (2010). 'Quanto concede la Guerra': Epic Masculinity and the Education of Desire in Tasso's Gerusalemme Liberata. In The Poetics of Masculinity in Early Modern Italy and Spain. Milligan, Gerry & Tylus, Jane Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies. 215-241.
- Schachter, Marc (2009). 'Qu'est-ce que la critique': La Boétie, Montaigne, Foucault. In Montaigne After Theory/Theory After Montaigne. Zalloua, Zahi Washington: University of Washington Press. 122-141.
- O'Brien, John & Schachter, Marc (Accepted). La première circulation de la Servitude volontaire en France et au-delà. Champion.
- Schachter, Marc D. (2015). On Lesbian Acts and Female Pleasures in Juvenal Commentaries from Antiquity to 1500. Renaissance and Reformation = Renaissance et Réforme 38(4): 19-40.
- Schachter, Marc & Eisner, Martin (2009). Libido Sciendi: Apuleius, Boccaccio, and the Study of the History of Sexuality. PMLA 124(3): 817-837.
- Schachter, Marc (2008). Presentation of a Newly Discovered Manuscript of La Boétie's Discours de la Servitude volontaire and Hypotheses on the Datation of the BnF Manuscripts. Montaigne Studies an Interdisciplinary Forum 20(1-2): 185-206.
- Schachter, Marc (2006). Louis le Roy's Sympose de Platon and Three Other Renaissance Adaptations of Platonic Eros. Renaissance Quarterly 59(2): 406-439.
- 2010: Mellon Fellowship, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington DC
- 2009: Faculty Fellow, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Institute for the Arts and Humanities
- 2009: Francesco De Dombrowski Fellow, Villa I Tatti, The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies
- 2007: Franklin Grant, American Philosophical Society