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Curriculum Vitae - Weber State University
Curriculum Vitae
SCOTT M. SPRENGER
3837 N. Foothill Dr., Provo, Utah, USA 84604
801-375-2576 / [email protected]
EDUCATION
1995 Ph.D., French, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, USA
1990 M.A., French, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, USA
1983 B.A., French, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA
EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
2014Provost and Executive Vice President, The American University of Paris
2009-2014 Associate Dean, College of Humanities, BYU
2009-2014 Professor, French and European Studies, BYU
2006-2009 Director, European Studies, Kennedy Center for International Studies, BYU
2001-2006 Director of Graduate Studies, Dept of French and Italian, BYU
2001-2008 Associate Professor, French Studies, Brigham Young University, UT
1999-2001 Visiting Assistant Professor, Humanities Center, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
1995-1998 Assistant Professor, French Literature, Brigham Young University, UT
AWARDS AND HONORS
2009 Fulbright Scholar, CNRS/European Union, Paris/Brussels, ($30,000)
2007-12 Scheuber and Veinz Humanities Professorship, BYU ($37,500)
2004-05 Graduate Mentoring Environment Grant, BYU ($20,000)
2004-05 Mentoring Environment Grant, BYU ($20,000)
1999-01 Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship, Humanities Consortium, UCLA ($66,000)
ADMINISTRATIVE / SERVICE: Dept (D), College (C), University (U) Professional (P)
2014Responsible at AUP for: registrar’s office, academic administration, library, advising and
careers, academic resource center, information technology, university rank and promotion,
faculty development, assessment, academic integrity, council of chairs, dean of faculty,
curriculum development, board of trustee and senate reports, grant writing and
administration, manage $19,000,000 budget.
2014AMICAL consortium, member (P)
2014Association of American International Colleges and Universities, member (P)
2014Global Liberal Arts Alliance, member and campus rep (P)
2014-2014
Translation Studies Research Group (C)
2011-2012
Digital Humanities Steering Committee, Chair (C)
2009-2014
College Rank and Promotion Committee, Chair (C)
2010Conseil du Groupe International des Recherches Balzaciennes (P)
2010-2013
NACADA - Academic Advising Consulting Services Advisory Board (P)
2009-2012
Fulbright Scholar Review Board (P)
2009-2014
Curriculum Assessment of College Int’l Programs, Chair (C)
2009-2014
University Faculty Development Council, member (U)
2009-2014
Chair, College Faculty Development Seminars and Retreats (C)
2009-2014
University Int’l Study Programs Oversight Council, member (U)
2009-2011
University Advising Council, member (U)
2006-2014
College Advisory Committee, member (C)
2007-2008
Departmental Hiring Committee, Chair (D)
2007-2011
Committee of European Field Studies, member (U)
2006-2009
European Studies Director (U)
2005-2009
Graduate Coordinator Council (C)
2003-2014
Executive Committee, Center for Study Europe (Title VI center), member (U)
2003-2014
Executive Committee, Committee of the Whole, European Studies Major (U)
2003-2004
University GE Language Committee, member (U)
2003-2006
BYU Faculty Advisory Council, member (U)
2002-2007
Prestigious Grants/Fellowship Mentor (U)
2002-2007
Rank/Advancement Committee, member (D)
2001- 2006
Director Graduate Studies (D)
2001-2002
Chair, Departmental Literature Committee (D)
2001-2009
Editor in Chief, Lingua Romana (P)
2003-2009
Departmental Literature Committee, member (D)
2000-2002
Curriculum Reform Committee, member (D)
1994-2004
International Cinema Committee, member (C)
1996-1999
Associate Director of Graduate Studies (D)
Other professional service: regular referee for Nineteenth-Century French Studies, European Romanticism Review, DixNeuf.
FUNDRAISING
2015
Mellon Foundation Institutional Grant, principal investigator, “Liberal Arts for Global Explorers, The
American University of Paris, $450,000.
2015
Grant for The George and Irene Schaeffer Center for the Study of Genocide, Human Rights and
Conflict Prevention, The American University of Paris, $1,500,000.
2009-2014 College liaison with Fritz Burns Foundation, Los Angeles, CA.
BOOKS
1. Bibliographie Eugène Ionesco. Co-author. Bucharest: U. Press of Bucharest, 2008, 296 pp.
2. Balzac et la fin de la religion. Valenciennes: Presses Universitaires de France, (forthcoming 2016) [study of the novel
as an “anthropology” of modern consciousness in the wake of France’s epistemic rupture with religion and
traditional social structures.]
EDITED VOLUMES:
1. “Washington Irving: Le fantastique au temps des nations,” editor of special issue of Otrante, 36, 2014.
2. Connections: European Studies Annual Review, 3, 1, 2007. (with preface, “Europe: Past and Present”, 4-5).
3. Lingua Romana: a journal of French, Italian and Romanian culture, 7, 1, fall 2009, special issue on Balzac.
4. Lingua Romana: a journal of French, Italian and Romanian culture, 7, 1, fall 2008
5. Lingua Romana: a journal of French, Italian and Romanian culture, 6, 1, fall 2007.
6. Lingua Romana: a journal of French, Italian and Romanian culture, 5, 1, fall 2006.
7. Lingua Romana: a journal of French, Italian and Romanian culture, 4, 1, fall 2005.
8. Lingua Romana : a journal of French, Italian and Romanian culture, 3, 1 & 2, fall
2004. (special double issue on Eugène Ionesco).
9. Lingua Romana: a journal of French, Italian and Romanian culture, 2, 1, fall 2003.
10. Lingua Romana: a journal of French, Italian and Romanian culture, 1, 1, fall 2002.
JOURNAL ARTICLES (peer-reviewed)
1. “Balzac, St. Paul et la malédiction de la loi,” L’Année balzacienne, Presse Universitaires de France, 2015, 161-86.
2. “Cioran on Jews, Nationalism and the Inconvenience of Being Born Somewhere, Revista Transilvania, 2012, 1,
12-15.
3. “Balzac, anthropologue du goût,” Année Balzacienne, Paris, Presses U. de France, 2009, 157-180.
4. “Mérimée’s Literary Anthropology: residual sacrality and marital violence,” Anthropoetics, Jan. 2009, n.p.
5. “Death by Marriage in Balzac’s Peau de chagrin,” Dix-Neuf, Oct. 2008, 59-75.
6. “Balzac et la critique comme autocritique,” Année Balzacienne, pp. 145-168.
7. “Rituel et violence: le mariage raté dans Lokis de Mérimée,” Otrante, 24, 2008, 111-127.
8. “La politique du mariage chez Giraudoux,” Cahiers Jean Giraudoux, Clermont Ferrand: CRMLC, 2008, 319-333.
10. “Balzac as Anthropologist,” Sociologia de Emocia, 6, 18, 2007, 724-60. Reprint of article in Anthropoetics VI, 1,
(Spring/Summer 2000).
11. “La mémoire involontaire et la temporalité de la conscience moderne,” Année Balzacienne, 2007, 227-247.
12. “Verne anti-moderne: mariage, technologie et nostalgie du sacré,” In Jules Verne dans les Carpates, Presses
Universitaires de France, 2005, 256-261.
13. “L’enfer du mariage chez Ionesco,” Cahiert Ionesco, IV, 2005, 27-36.
12. “L’Anthrophologie théâtrale d’Eugène Ionesco,” Cahiert Ionesco, III, 2005, 13-19.
13. “Republican Violence, Old Regime Victims: Balzac’s Auberge Rouge as Cultural Anthropology,” FLS, 32, 2005,
119-135.
14. “Ionesco anthropologue: mimésis et violence dans Les chaises,” Lingua Romana: a journal of French, Italian and
Romanian culture, 3, 1, 2004.
15. “‘Je’ est un autre pays: archéologie, folie et espace identitaire dans Adieu de Balzac,” in Balzac Voyageur: Parcours,
Déplacement, Mutations, Series: Littérature et Nation, 28, 2004, 151-171.
16. “Le mariage raté dans Bug-Jargal de Victor Hugo,” Annales Universitatis Apulensis – Series Philologica,
2002, 39-51.
17. “Reading Marius’s Secret,” Literature and Psychoanalysis, 17, 1, 2001, 11-16.
18. “In the End Was the Word: Balzac’s Modern Absolute,” Anthropoetics, VIII, 1, 2001, 1-22.
19. “Union impossible, union risible: Les perspectives de Théophile Gautier sur le mariage,” Bulletin de la Société
Théophile Gautier, 23 (2001), 291-297.
20. “Off with his Head: Robespierre and the Terror of the Ideal Document, FLS: The Documentary Impulse, 27,
Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2001, 27-39.
21. “Le Scandale du réalisme balzacien,” Francographies 3, numéro spécial, 1, 2000,139-146.
22. “Consummation as Catastrophe: The Case of Mérimée’s ‘La Vénus d’Ille,’” Dalhousie French Studies 51, 2000, 2636.
23. “Balzac as Anthropologist,” Anthropoetics VI, 1, 2000, 1-15.
24. “La Logique du mariage raté chez Gautier et chez Zola,” Bulletin de la Société Théophile Gautier,
21, 1999, 191-207.
25. “Poetics of Loss, Poetics of Creation: Mallarmé’s ‘Une dentelle s’abolit,’”UFLR, 9,1,1999, 53-59.
26. “Balzac, Painting, and the Problem of Romanticism,” Romanticism Across the Disciplines, ed. Larry Peer,
Washington, D.C.: University Press of America, 1998, 147-175.
27. “Baudelaire and the Aesthetics of Barbarism," Romance Notes, 35, 1, 1994, 87-96.
BOOK CHAPTERS (peer-reviewed)
1. “Mind as Ruin,” Stories of the Earth, New York/Amsterdam, Rodopi, 2008, 119-136.
2. “Sarrasine de Balzac ou l’archéologie du moi moderne,” La Plume et la pierre: l’écrivain et le modèle archéologique au
XIXe siècle, Nimes, Champ Social, 2007, 291-318.
3. “L’inconvénient d’être né quelque part, ou les avantages de l’exil chez Emil Cioran, Mythe et Mondialisation, Editura
Universitätii Suceava, Suceava, Romania, 2005, 183-190.
4. “Balzac, Archéologue de la conscience,” Archéomanie: La mémoire en ruines, eds.Valérie-Angélique Deshoulières et
Pascal Vacher, Clermont Ferrand: Presses Universitaires Blaise Pascal, CRLMC, 2000, 97-114.
5. “Gide’s Narcissism,” Echoes of Narcissus, ed. Lieve Spaas, Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2000, 151-165.
6. “Gide et la question de la psycho-biographie,” Le Désir à l’œuvre: André Gide 1918, 1998, ed. Naomi Segal,
Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi Press, 2000, 203-18.
LITERARY ENCYCLOPEDIA ARTICLES
1. “Lacanian Psychoanalytic Theory,” The Literary Encyclopedia, 2007, no pagination (6 ms pp).
2. “Freudian Psychoanalytic Theory,” The Literary Encyclopedia, 2007, no pagination (26 ms pp).
3. “Rimbaud’s ‘Shame,’” Masterplots II: Poetry, Pasadena, Salem Press, 1999, 3435-37.
4. “Balzac’s Passion dans le désert,” Masterplots II: Short Story, Pasadena, Salem Press, 1996, 3819-21.
5. “Balzac’s La Grande Bretèche,” Masterplots II: Short Story, Pasadena, Salem Press, 1996, 3313-15.
BOOK REVIEWS
1. Realism/Anti-Realism in 20th-Century Literature. (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2010). In Literary Research, 55-56, 2012, 28-33.
2. Carpenter, Scott. The Aesthetics of Fraudulence in 19th-Century France. (Surrey: Ashgate, 2009). In Cahiers Mérimée, 2, 1,
2010. (in French) . Translated into English and reprinted in French Forum, Mar. 2011.
3. Amedeo, Fabrice. Les Fossoyeurs de l’Europe. (Paris: Bourin éditeurs, 2006) In Lingua Romana, 5, 1, fall 2006.
4. Bauerlein, Mark. Literary Criticism: An Autopsy. (Philadelphia: U Penn Press 1998) In Lingua Romana, 2,1, 2003.
5. Kavanagh, Thomas. The Limits of Theory (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1990) In MLN, 105,
1076-80.
6. Ahearn, Edward J. Marx and Modern Fiction (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1988) In MLN, 104, 1989, 97175.5.
JOURNALISM and BLOGGING ON THE HUMANITIES
1. Humanities+ Blog, Jan 2010 – present, http://humanitiesplus.byu.edu
2. “The Utilitarian Value of the Non-utilitarian Degree,” Humanities Magazine, BYU, Sept 2010.
3. “In the Humanities, How Should We Define Decline?,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, Dec 10, 2010.
http://chronicle.com/blogs/brainstorm/guest-post-by-scott-sprenger-in-the-humanities-how-should-we-define-
decline/29846
4. “The Value of a Humanities Education,” Classical 89 Radio, http://www.classical89.org/thinkingaloud/
archive/episode/?id=8/11/2010
HUMANITIES OUTREACH and LOBBYING
2011
Lobbied Congressmen and Senators on the Value of the Humanities for the National Economy, National
Alliance for the Humanities Conference, Washington, DC, Mar
2011- Timpview High School Career Fair. I represent to college-bound high school students the value of the
humanities for all majors and careers.
2010-11 Participation in French Language Camp for junior high and high school students
2009- Presentation: “The Role of the Humanities in Internationalizing the University,” at the International
Higher Education Summit, Utah Valley University, Nov.
1993- Participation in statewide foreign-language and culture fair
RECENT CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
2015
“Study Abroad Abroad,” at Understanding Global Competencies Symposium, BYU.
2014
“19th-century French Studies in the 21st Century, MLA, invited roundtable discussion, Chicago, Jan.
“Crisis? What Crisis? The Humanities in the 21st Century. Humanities Plus Symposium, BYU, Jan.
“On Secularization: Balzac, Constant and the Future of the ‘Religious Sentiment,’” British Society for 19thCentury French Studies, Sheffield, England, Mar.
2013
“Balzac’s Genealogy of Morals, or a social psychology of “Hell,” British Society for 19th-Century French
Studies (SDN), Exeter, Apr.
Le mariage sacré et la loi « athée » dans les romans de Balzac, École Normale Supérieure, Lyons, France,
Oct.
“Balzac, St. Paul et la Loi,” Groupe d’Etudes Balzaciennes, Paris, Nov.
2012
“Gautier: Marriage, Ideal and Real,” Théophile Gautier at 200, University of Porto, Portugal, Oct.
“Washington Irving: Marriage and the Terror,” invited lecture, Université de Valenciennes, Feb.
2011
“Responding to the Humanities ‘Crisis,’” Keynote at American Departments of Foreign Language
(ADFL), Salt Lake City, Aug.
“Napoleonic Wars and the Politics of Madness in Balzac’s Human Comedy,” NASSR, Park City, Aug.
“Balzac and the Law that Kills,” NCFS, U Penn.
“Practical Ways to Save the Humanities in a Time of Crisis,” NACADA Regional Conference, University
of New Mexico, Sept.
2010
“Secularization and Representations of Failed Union in the Works of Théophile Gautier,” Gautier at 200,
University of Porto, Portugal, Oct
“Brussels Seminar: Bridging Foreign Language Coursework and Employment,” Cooperative Education
and Internship Association (CEIA), Boston, Mar.
“Balzac and Anthropology of Revolutionary Violence,” Generative Anthropology Conference, Salt Lake
City,
“Balzac as Sacred Sociologist,” NCFS, Yale University, Oct.
2009
“Learning to Speak European,” Fulbright Scholars Colloquium, École Normale Supérieure, Jan.
“Un épisode sous la Terreur: Balzac, archéologue du présent,” Penser l’événement colloquium, Université
de Nancy, Mar.
“Balzac’s Anthropology of Atheism,” NCFS, Salt Lake City, Oct.
“Religion and Modernity in the Works of Honoré de Balzac," Religion and Politics Symposium at BYU
(sponsored by the John Adams Center and the Tocqueville Project).
Berlin Symposium, BYU, Nov. (Organized symposium of 6 speakers to mark the 20-year anniversary of
the fall of the Berlin Wall).
PROFESSIONAL and RESEARCH ORGANIZATIONS
1. Modern Language Association
1. Groupe International de Recherches Balzaciennes (GIRB), France
2. Groupe d’Études Balzaciennes (GEB), France
3. Société Théophile Gautier, France
4. Société des Amis de Jean Giraudoux, France
5. C.E.R.L.I., France
6. NACADA (national advising association)
7. Nineteenth-Century French Studies Association
8. Société des Dix-neuviémistes (British organization)
TEACHING: Master’s Theses (Director)
1. Irene Kim, Remembering the Haitian Revolution through French Texts, 2014.
2. Baptiste Prévôt, 29 Mai 2005: Le “Non” français au traité établissant une constitution pour l’Europe, defended
2007.
3. Julie Nay Garfolo, The Theatre as Political Space in Occupied Paris, 1940-44, defended 2007.
4. Deborah Fuller, Ionesco’s Absurd Anthropology, defended 2007
5. Chris Flood, Chateaubriand’s René as a Philosophical Reaction to the Enlightenment and Early Romanticism,
defended 2007.
6. Sara Frances Phenix, Patriarchal Fantasy and Sacred Rivalry: An Anthropological Approach to Balzac’s La Fille
aux yeux d’or and Séraphita, defended 2005.
7. Erin Elise Rushforth, Questions of Identity in Le Cavalier et son ombre, defended in 2003.
8. Marie-Laure Oscarson, La Construction du moi des les Trois Couleurs de Kieslowski, 2001.
9. Gary Ekker, A Feminist Reading of the Novels of Ramuz, 1998.
10. Tammy Riddle-Christensen, Kieslowski’s Three Colors, 1998.
11. Corinne Iverson, Modalités individuatiques et impulsion créatrice chez Honoré de Balzac, Marcel Proust et
Gabrielle Roy, 1997.
12. Karen Lusby, Overthrowing the Revolution: Gautier and Mérimée as Reporters of Religious Belief, 1996.
Master’s Thesis (Reader)
1. Huichun Fang, Voltaire: From Sacrificial to Judicial System in The Orphan of China, 2008.
2. Sani Mahamadou Adamou, La Portée politique de l’oeuvre de Cheikh Hamidou Kane, 2005
3. Robert J. Hudson, The Priest, the Soldier and the Poet: Baudelaire’s Poetics of Anti-Modernity, 2004.
4. Eve-Marie David, Rituel du retour dans l’oeuvre de Gabrielle Roy, 2004.
5. Melanie Armstrong, Christian Metaphor in Zola, 2000.
6. Kirsten Hodges, Rousseau’s Lettre à D’Alembert as Critique of the Enlightenment, 2000.
7. Michelle Dixon-McDonald, Manon Lescault: The Novel and the Opera, 1999.
8. Timothy Porter, What’s in a Name?: An Onomastic Study of Molière’s Plays, Balzac’s La Recherche de l’absolu et
Jacques Poulain’s Volkswagen Blues, 1997.
9. Heidi McCullough Nielsen, Anne Hébert: La Représentation du sacrifice dans quatre nouvelles, 1994.
UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH
1. Morgan Dennis, “Christ as Model of Narration in Balzac’s Fiction”, Honor’s Thesis, director, 2010.
2. Brant Stewart, collaborated on Bibliographie Ionesco, BYU MEG, 2005-7.
3. Daliana Balagean, original collaborator on Bibliographie Ionesco, BYU MEG, 2004.
4. Justin Flosi, “Aristotle and Artaud on the Question of Mimesis”, ORCA, 1999.
5. Emilie Neu Harker, “The African Novelist as Modern Griot”, Honor’s Thesis, reader, 1999.
6. Steven Vaisey, “The Narcissus Deviation”, ORCA, 1999.
7. Patricia Quayle, “Mimesis in French Theory”, ORCA, 1999.
8. Thora Lisa Jones, Sismondi’s Critical Writings, Honor’s Thesis, reader, 1998.
9. Benjamin Huff, “A Philosophical Reading of André Gide’s La Symphonie pastorale”, ORCA, 1996.
RANGE of COURSES RECENTLY TAUGHT
French 680: Literature and Anthropology: Social Science and its Epistemological Limits
French 680: Gothic Marriage: Secularization and Ritual in Modern Literature
French 670: Social Science and Realism: Interdisciplinary Approaches to 19th-century Literature
European Studies: Idea of Europe: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Understanding Europe
European Studies 200: Introduction to European Studies
European Studies 495: European Anti-Americanism

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