Maitrise, Agrégée de Lettres Modernes, MPhil, PhD
- Bye Fellow
- Assistant Tutor
- Research Associate on the ERC project 'Genius Before Romanticism' CRASSH
- Affiliated lecturer, Department of Modern and Medieval Languages
Raphaële is a researcher at CRASSH since 2014. Before that, she was a research associate on the History of Jesuit Emotions project at the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions. There, she worked on theories of affects and their instantiations in the works of early modern French Jesuit Nicolas Caussin.
Prior to her Jesuit investigations, Raphaële researched French Calvinists as the Associates Research Fellow at Newnham College from 2009 to 2012. She completed her doctoral dissertation in the French department at MML in 2011. She had started it as a Knox scholar at Trinity College in 2005.
Raphaële is agrégée de lettres modernes and taught French literature in French secondary schools for two years before moving to the United Kingdom in 2004.
- Early Modern French literature and culture
- Early Modern European intellectual history
- History of emotions
- History of early modern science
- History of early modern education (scholasticism)
- History of scholarship
All publications accessible on my academia.edu page.