- Associate Professor, Department of Global Studies (French Program)
- PhD, French, University of Virginia, 2003
- MA, French, University of Virginia, 1995
- BA, French and Philosophy, University of Pittsburgh, 1993
- Views of France: Learning French Culture Through Cuisine
- Approaches to Poetry and Fiction
- Royalty, Reason, and Revolution: The Golden Age of French Culture
- Reaction and Innovation: French Culture of the 19th and 20th Centuries
- Love, Marriage, and Friendship in Early Modern France
- Introduction to Food Studies
- Early Modern French Literature and Culture
- Memory Studies
- Conceptual History
- History of Emotions
Russell, Nicolas C. “How Memory Constitutes Nations in Louis Le Roy’s Vicissitudes.” Memory and Community in Sixteenth-Century French Literature. Ed. Yandell, Cathy, and Laguardia, David. Ashgate, (2015): 149-60.
Russell, Nicolas C. Transformations of Memory and Forgetting in Sixteenth-Century France: Marguerite de Navarre, Pierre de Ronsard, Michel de Montaigne. University of Delaware Press, 2011.
Russell, Nicolas C. “Construction et représentation de la mémoire collective dans les entrées triomphales au XVIe siècle.” Renaissance and Reformation 32.2 (2009): 53-72.
Russell, Nicolas C., and Visentin, Hélène, eds. French Ceremonial Entries in the Sixteenth Century: Event, Image, Text. Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies Victoria University in the University of Toronto, 2007.
Russell, Nicolas C. “Collective Memory before and after Halbwachs.” The French Review 79.54 (2006): 792-804.
Russell, Nicolas C. “Steps Toward a Rhetoric of Judgment in Montaigne’s ‘De Democritus et Heraclitus’ (I,50).” Neophilologus 85.2 (2001): 177-92.