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Véronique Duché

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A. R. Chisholm Professor of French at the University of Melbourne, Véronique Duché-Gavet has extensive experience in teaching French literature and linguistics. She has published many articles on French Renaissance literature and edited several 16th century novels. She directed the first volume of the Histoire des Traductions en Langue Française. XVe et XVIe siècles (1470-1610) (Paris, Verdier, 2015).

Her research interests are French culture, especially French literature; rare books; and translation. She also researches the language of Australian Soldiers during the First World War.
She has published about taste and flavours - she has edited 4 books dedicated to Salt, Sugar, Bitter, and Acid.

  • 2011present Chair professor, The University of Melbourne
  • 20062011 Chair professor, Université de Pau
  • 2005  Habilitation, French Literature
  • 1994  PhD, French Renaissance Literature
  • 1987  PhD, Linguistics
Professional Memberships
  • Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities

Fellow of the Academy of the Humanities (FAHA)



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