Christy Wampole is a professor at Princeton University and holds a PhD in both French and Italian from Stanford University. Her specific areas of focus are nineteenth-, twentieth- and twenty-first-century French, Francophone, and Italian literature, especially the novel and the essay. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker, and Magazine littéraire, among others. She lives between New Jersey and Berlin.
Imagine your therapist assigned you to write your autobiography, after which you decided you were cured, so your therapist published it as revenge. Zeno’s Conscience turns 99.
On Cyril Schäublin’s Unrueh (2022), cinema & scale. « No other film has so resized me. »