Camille Bouillon

Ph.D. Candidate, French and Francophone Studies
  • M.A. in French and Francophone Studies (University of Pennsylvania, 2019)
  • M.A. in French as a Foreign Language (Université Paris IV Sorbonne, 2018)
  • B.A. in Modern Literature (Université Paris IV Sorbonne, 2016)



After receiving a B.A. in French and comparative literature at Université Paris IV Sorbonne, Camille spent an academic year as a teaching assistant at Washington and Lee University (2016-2017). She then returned to finish her master’s degree in teaching French as a foreign language at the Sorbonne and is currently back in the United States working on her Ph.D. in French and Francophone studies at the University of Pennsylvania. 

Research Interests: 

19th-century prose fiction; space, decor, and architecture; women’s writing; visual arts in literature.  

Courses Taught: 

Instructor of FREN 121-301- Elementary French


FIGS (French and Italian Graduate Society) co-president