Christof Schöch (born in 1977), researcher at the Chair for Digital Philology of the University of Würzburg, working in the DARIAH-DE project (Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities, AP 2 Research and Education).

I studied Romance languages, English and Psychology in Freiburg (Germany) and Tours (France). My master’s thesis was on François Bon (cf. From 2004 to 2011, I have been employed by the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures at Kassel University (Germany), first as a research assistant, then as a postdoctoral researcher in French Literature. I obtained my PhD in 2008 with a study of La Description double dans le roman des Lumières 1760-1800 (binational programme Kassel / Paris-IV). The thesis was awarded the Prix Germaine de Stael 2010. I recently published a first version of an electronic edition of Bérardier de Batauts Essai sur le récit (

My interests in research and teaching are the French Enlightenment, digital philology, and the contemporary French novel. Since september 2011, I am directing, with Annette Gerstenberg and Lars Schneider, the platform Since the end of 2011, I am member of the editorial team of the blogging platform and recently started writing my own blog called The Dragonfly’s Gaze and contribute to Philologeek.

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