Adeline Heck is a 7th year in the Department of French and Italian. She graduated with a BA in English literature from Université Paris 10 Nanterre in 2010 and an MA in French literature from Florida State University in 2013. She was also a pensionnaire étrangère at ENS Paris in 2016/2017 and a visiting postgraduate student at the University of Cambridge in 2017/2018. Her dissertation focuses on the Revue wagnérienne (1885-1888) and its contributors, studying the impact of Richard Wagner's aesthetics on French literary modernity. Other interests include nineteenth-century French poetry, the history of the Western European music travel industry, opera studies and the theory of adaptation.