Spring 2020 Office Hours
Professor Krueger is available for online advising at the following times (and by appointement at other times) .
To avoid bottlenecks, please be sure to contact her (clk6m) to let her know if you want to meet during the scheduked office hours listed here.
Tuesdays 12:30-1:30 https://virginia.zoom.us/j/652295462
Wednesdays 3:00-4:00 https://virginia.zoom.us/j/164211538
Thursdays 3:30-4:30 https://virginia.zoom.us/j/657215306
Nineteenth-Century French literature and culture; French Cinema; the senses, olfaction, and perfume.
Buckner W. Clay Endowment Award for the 43rd Annual Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium 2017 (with Professor Claire Lyu).
Florence Gould Foundation Grant for the 43rd Annual Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium 2017 (with Professor Claire Lyu).
Camargo Foundation Residential Fellowship 2015: Support for her book in progress on perfume culture and 19th-century French literature.
2014 INCS Essay Prize Honorable Mention (second-place ranking) for "Decadent Perfume: Under the Skin and Through the Page." The award recognizes excellence in interdisciplinary scholarship in published articles that make a significant contribution to the field of nineteenth-century studies.
Teaching and Technology Initiative Fellowship: The Language of Cinema: An Interactive Student Project Archive (2005)
All-University Outstanding Teaching Award (2000-2001)
Perspectives on Teaching Language and Content. Bourns, Stacey Katz, Cheryl Krueger, and Nicole Mills (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2020).
The Art of Procrastination: Baudelaire's Poetry in Prose,Cheryl Leah Krueger (Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2007)
Approaches to Teaching Baudelaire’s Prose Poems (New York: MLA, 2017).
Tâches d’Encre: Cours de composition, 4th Edition, Siskin, Krueger and Fauvel (Boston: Cengage, 2017)
Mise en scène: Cinéma et lecture, Cheryl Krueger, Elizabeth Dolly Weber and Brigitte G. Martin (Prentice Hall, 2006)
Articles and Book Chapters
“Lettres parfumées, correspondances fatales.” Littérature. Special issue: Sociabilités du parfum : XVIIIe-XIXe siècles. 185.1 (2017): 39-54.
"Le Spleen de Paris and the Cyberflâneur." In Approaches to Teaching Baudelaire's Prose Poems. New York: MLA (2017):176-184.
"Decadent Perfume: Under the Skin and Through the Page." Modern Languages Open. 28 October 2014. Web. 33p. http://www.modernlanguagesopen.org/index.php/mlo/article/view/36
“The Scent Trail of ‘Une Charogne.’” French Forum 38.1-2 (2013): 51-68
“Flâneur Smellscapes in Le Spleen de Paris." Dix-neuf 16.2 (2012): 181-92.
"Princesse Tam-Tam: A Cultural Makeover Story." French/Francophone Culture and Literature through Film. Eds. Catherine R. Monfort and Michèle Bissière. Women in French Studies (January 2006): 182-202.
"Being Madame Bovary." Literature/Film Quarterly 31.3 (2003):162-168.
“Surgical Imprecision and the Baudelairean poème en prose.” French Forum 27.3 (2002): 55-72.
"Baudelaire's Graphic Details." Romance Notes, 42.2 (2002): 223-234.
“Telling Stories in Baudelaire’s Le Spleen de Paris.” Nineteenth-Century French Studies, 30.3-4 (2002): 281-299.
"Form, Content and Critical Distance." Foreign Language Annals 34.1 ( 2001): 18-27.
Holly Grout, The Force of Beauty: Transforming French Ideas of Beauty in the Third Republic (Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 2015). Reviewed in French Studies 70.3 (2016): 455-456.
Ross Chambers, An Atmospherics of the City: Baudelaire and the Poetics of Noise (New York: Fordam, 2015). Reviewed in NCFS 44.1-2. (2015): 2p.
Griffiths, Kate and Andrew Watts, Adapting Nineteenth-Century France: Literature in Film. Theater, Television, Radio and Print (Chicago: Chicago UP, 2015). Reviewed in French Review 88.4 (2015): 270.
Alice Kaplan, Dreaming in French (Chicago: UC Press, 2012). Reviewed in French Studies 67.2 (2013): 280.
David H. Walker, Consumer Chronicles (Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 2011). Reviewed in H-France 12.18 (February 2012): 3 p.
Director of Undergraduate Program (2016-2020)
Chair, Department of French Language and Literature (August 2009-August 2011)
Language Program Director (1992-2008)
Director of Graduate Studies
French Project Director (Center for the Liberal Arts).
Summer Language Institute Director
Elected Positions and Appointments Outside UVA
Co-Editor of Dix-neuf (January 2014-2018)
MLA Executive Committee, Nineteenth-Century French Literature Division (2014-2017)
French Section Head, AAUSC (2000-2002)
Co-editor of Bric-a-brac-o-mania
Art of Walking
Beast and Beauties
Hitchcock, Truffaut, and the French New Wave
The Bovary Project
Finding your Voice in French
Text, Image, Culture
The French Speaking World III: Modernities
Cultural Currents and Aesthetic Movements
The Flâneur (seminar) for majors
The French Novel on Film
Intensive Summer Language Institute.
Madame Bovary (seminar)
Text and Film
Topics in Nineteenth-Century French Literature
The Smelly Nineteenth-Century
Theories and Methods of Language Teaching