Robert Zaretsky teaches in the Honors College, University of Houston. His books include Nîmes at War (Penn State University 1995), Cock and Bull Stories: Folco de Baroncelli and the Invention of the Camargue (Nebraska 2004), and with John Scott, The Philosophers' Quarrel: Rousseau, Hume, and the Limits of Human Understanding (Yale 2009). His most recent books are Albert Camus: Elements to a Life (Cornell 2010) and, with Alice Conklin and Sarah Fishman, France and its Empire Since 1870 (Oxford 2010). He is currently writing Boswell's Enlightenment for Harvard University Press, and his A Life Worth Living: Albert Camus and the Quest for Meaning was published by Harvard in November 2013.
ARTICLES FEATURING ROBERT
Beyond the Shadow of Samuel Johnson
James Boswell’s restless curiosity and his desire to sit at the feet of greatness and listen made him the ur-TED talk audience member....