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Russell Ganim has taught French at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln since 1993, after obtaining his doctorate in French literature at the University of Virginia. He became Chair of the Modern Languages Department in 2001. His research is varied, but his publications deal primarily with baroque poetry, scatology, obscenity, and the relationship between literature and religion. With Anne L. Birberick (Northern Illinois University), Russell Ganim is co-editor of the annual EMF: Studies in Early Modern France, and its monograph series, EMF Critiques. With respect to digital research, along with the Louis XIV site, he is the project manager for French 17 Online. On an administrative level, he has served as Co-Acting Director of UNL's Center for Digital Research in the Humanities on two separate occasions.

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