Daisy Delogu

Romance Languages & Literatures

An Associate Professor of French Literature, Daisy Delogu’s research centers on the political literature of the 14th and 15th centuries. She is the author of the recent Theorizing the Ideal Sovereign: The Rise of the French Vernacular Royal Biography (Toronto 2008) and is currently working on a new book titled Power, Gender, and Lineage in Late Medieval France: ‘douce France’ and the University of Paris, ‘fille du roy'. In addition to her work on political texts, Professor Delogu studies late medieval lyric works. She has been the recipient of several prestigious fellowships, including the Residential Fellowship of the Franke Institute for the Humanities, the Benjamin Franklin Fellowship, and the Jacob Javits Fellowship.