Nina Rolland is a Research Associate in French studies at the University of Birmingham, working on the Baudelaire Song Project led by Professor Helen Abbott (AHRC-funded). She graduated in French and Comparative Literature at the Université Sorbonne and specialises in the relations between music and literature. She completed her PhD thesis in Comparative Literature, entitled Bodies in Composition: Women, Music, and the Body in Nineteenth-Century European Literature at the University of Kent and at the Université Sorbonne in 2016. As part of the Baudelaire Song Project, she researches more particularly song settings by female composers as well as adaptations of Baudelaire’s poems in French rap music.
Related / Latest Publication:
|Charles Baudelaire, The Flowers of Evil (Alma Classics, 2016)|