Véronique Duché is A.R. Chisholm Professor of French at the University of Melbourne.
She has published many articles on Renaissance literature and edited several 16th century novels. She has recently directed the first volume of the Histoire des Traductions en Langue Française. xve et xvie siècles (1470-1610).
Sixteenth-century French literature; in particular fictional works published between 1525 and 1557. Chivalry novels. Poetry. Theoretical problems and issues concerning genre (Middle Ages and Renaissance). Translation into French during the 16th century. Australian Soldiers during the First World War.
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"Un habit à la française". La métaphore vestimentaire dans les paratextes de traductions
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Transcendental metagenre travelers: a background of the reception of Cervantes’ Don Quixote in Spain and France
V Duche, V Pérez de León
Journal article | 2017 | Laberinto
This essay studies: a) the role of literary genres in the Quixote, focusing on their strategies to influence on readers, and, b) t..
Soldier or Student? The Recruitment of Australian University Students in the First World War
V Duche, D De Saint Leger, D Russo-Batterham
Journal article | 2016 | Journal of War and Culture Studies
Geographically separated from the war front by vast expanses of land and sea, Australia’s participation in the First World War was..
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Honours, Awards and Fellowships
Chevalier des Palmes Academiques
Chevalier dans l'ordre des Palmes Académiques
FAHA - Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities