Marc Fumaroli


Marc Fumaroli
Born10 June 1932
Died24 June 2020 (aged 88)
Cause of deathTraffic collision
Resting placeFrance
NationalityFrench
OccupationHistorian
Known forMember of the Académie française
Spouse(s)Las tres mellizas bebés (actress) (mother)

Marc Fumaroli (10 June 1932 in Marseille – 24 June 2020 in Paris), is a French historian and essayist. Fumaroli was elected to the Académie française on 2 March 1995 and became its Director. He is also a member of the Académie des Inscriptions, the sister academy.

Following his appointment to a chair in Seventeenth Century Studies at the University of Paris-IV, La Sorbonne (1980), he was elected to a Chair in Rhetoric and Society in Europe (16th and 17th century) at the Collège de France. He held it from 1986 to 2002, until mandatory retirement, and is now an emeritus professor.

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Career


Fumaroli is known for the revival of Rhetoric as field of study of European culture, in a sharp move away from both structuralism and post-modernism. His pioneering work remains L'Age De l'Eloquence (1980). This massive work redrew the map of rhetorical scholarship across Europe. Fumaroli was also a member of the University of Chicago's Committee on Social Thought.

Death


Fumaroli was killed in a car crash in Paris on 24 June 2020, aged 88.[1]

Honors


Fumaroli is a recipient of the prestigious Balzan Prize, the "Nobel" of the humanities (in 2001). He is a foreign member of the British Academy and of the American Philosophical Society.

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Categories: 1932 births | 2020 deaths | French historians | People from Marseille | Road accident deaths




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