ANDREW S. CURRAN came to Wesleyan in 1998, after teaching at Union College for two years. He was tenured in 2004, promoted to full professor in 2010, and was dean of the Arts and Humanities from 2011-2015. At Wesleyan, he teaches classes related to the French eighteenth century: from “Exoticism” to “Diderot” to “The Epistolary Novel."
France Honors Five Educators with Academic Palm Award, CULTURAL SERVICES FRENCH EMBASSY IN THE UNITED STATES
Race and Enlightenment, Princeton University, Humanities Council
Students Thrive in Summer Jobs and Internships, The Wesleyan Argus
Uncle Sam wants YOU to read ‘popular’ scholarly books, Washington Post
Weissman Steps Down as Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, The Wesleyan Argus
The Anatomy of Blackness: Science and Slavery in an Age of Enlightenment, New Book Networks