Degree: Princeton University, 1987
Position: Professor of French
Research Interest: French Renaissance Literature
Campus Address: B367 Wells Hall
Campus Telephone: 517-884-6308
Ehsan Ahmed’s work has focused on vernacular literature composed during the reign of Francis I. He has written two monographs, The Law and the Song: Hebraic, Christian, and Pagan Revivals in Sixteenth-Century France and Clément Marot: The Mirror of the Prince, as well as numerous articles on the French Renaissance. He has also published essays on Jean Racine and Blaise Pascal. He is currently working on Michel de Montaigne.