Nicolas earned multiple degrees in literature and language studies. He has an M.A. in Comparative Literature with a focus on translation from Paris III Sorbonne Nouvelle University/Paris Diderot University in 2020, an M.A. in French Literature and Language from Paris III Sorbonne Nouvelle University in 2021, and an MA in French and Francophone Studies from Indiana University in 2023. In 2019, he also participated in the Art, Literature, and Contemporary European Thought Critical Theory program, a joint offering of Northwestern University, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris, Sciences-Po Paris, and Paris III - Sorbonne Nouvelle University. Nicolas has served as a parliamentary attaché to a French representative (député) and as an account manager for Edelman Paris in Public Relations. Additionally, he has six years of experience as a private tutor in French language and literature and has also worked as a school monitor for one year. Moreover, he has proficiency in translating documents in both English and French for private individuals, associations, companies, and online newspapers. His research interests are primarily focused on 20th and 21st-century Caribbean philosophy and novels, canon-making, the history of French critique, and the reception of Caribbean thinkers and writers within academic critique.
Ph.D. Student, French/Francophone Studies