Education: PhD in Comparative Literature – New York University, Maîtrise and Licence – Université de Lille III, France.
Teaching: Advanced Conversation and Composition (current events, media, stylistics), 17th- and 18th-century Literature, 20th and 21st-century theater, Women’s literature survey, Children and Youth Literature.
Research interests: Women’s writings of the early modern period in Europe; Translation practices and textual strategies of 18th-century and 19th-century French women writers; Youth and Children Literature; Pedagogy.
Publications: Her publications include articles on women translators, women in the academies and female epistolary writers in 18th-century France, and on pedagogy (experiential learning).
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Education: PhD, French, minor in Comparative Literature, University of Wisconsin-Madison; MA, French, University of Chicago
Teaching: Introduction to French Literature and Culture, Poetry-writing seminars (followed by the publication of original student poetry in Mélanges, the French Department poetry journal), The French Novel since World War II, Caribbean Francophone literature, North African Francophone literature
Research Interests: The study of the relation between language and its cultural context; the development of a cultural approach to literary studies; Caribbean Francophone literature; North African Francophone literature and society; West African literature
Publications: Her publications include numerous articles and the following books: Maryse Condé : Mythe, parabole et complexité. Critiques Littéraires Series. Paris: L’Harmattan, 2011; Palimpsestes dans la poésie: Roubaud, du Bouchet, etc… Études Littéraires Series. Paris: Éditions L’Harmattan, 2011; La poétique de renversement chez Maryse Condé, Massa Makan Diabaté et Édouard Glissant. Paris: Éditions L’Harmattan, 2006; Politics and Literature: The Case of Maurice Blanchot (1999);Complexity in Maurice Blanchot’s Fiction: Relations between Science and Literature (1999); and Tournants: Conversation en Culture, Prentice-Hall (1993). (Conversation textbook which presents French conversation through discussion of contemporary French culture and society).
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Education: PhD in French, Louisiana State University
Teaching: French language (at all levels), advanced courses on 20th and 21st century French and Francophone literatures, films and cultures.
Research interests: Francophone literatures and cultures (West Africa). She has been part of the New York African Film Festival since 2003. Lived in Burkina Faso and Niger in past years.
Publications: French Berlitz Essential (2nd Edition, Berlitz Publishing, 2009), a self-study course textbook.
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Education: Masters of Arts in French Literature, Rutgers University
Teaching: Elementary French
Research interests: Literature from the 12th to the 20th century, cinema, and Francophone literature (particular interest in the works of André Gide, Albert Camus and Jean-Paul Sartre)
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Education: Ph.D. in French and Francophone Studies, The Pennsylvania State University; M.A., in French and Francophone Studies, PSU; M.A., North American Studies and Postcolonial Literature, La Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris III.
Teaching: Upper-level courses focusing on French and Francophone Civilization, Visual Studies and Literature. Intermediate and beginner language courses.
Research interests: 20th– and 21st– Century French and Francophone History and Literature; History and Memory Studies; Race and Identity Studies; [Post]colonization Studies; War Monuments and Trauma Studies
Selected Conferences:”Vie, Mort et Résurgences d’un Monument aux ‘Héros de l’Armée noire.'”20th and 21st Century French and Francophone Studies International Colloquium, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, April 2018.
“Drancy et l’Esclavage : Croisement de Mémoires Transcontinentales et Nationales.” Society for French Historical Studies, American University and The George Washington University, Washington D.C., Maryland, April 2017.
“Vandalisme : Performance discursive des sens au cœur du monument à l’abolition de l’esclavage.” International Colloquium 20th and 21st Century French and Francophone Studies, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, April 2017.
Education: PhD, French and Francophone Studies, UCLA; MA, Comparative Literature, Université Paris III Sorbonne Nouvelle; BA, French Literature and Translation, Barnard College
Teaching: French 102 and French 201
Research interests: Cristina Politano studies Latin, Old French, and Anglo-Norman literature, particularly texts at the crossroads of hagiography, historiography, and romance. Her dissertation focused on the translation and circulation of these texts across the medieval Mediterranean. Ultimately, her work focuses on the ideological conditions that allowed for the rewriting of the lives of biblical/apocryphal women: the Virgin Mary, Mary Magdalene, and other early Christian saints whose cults became popular in medieval France. Her research brings the work of modern thinkers such as Kristeva, Cixous, Irigaray, and Simone de Beauvoir in dialogue with these twelfth- and thirteenth-century narratives, interrogating the medieval saint’s legacy on modern culture and thought.
Publications: “The Road to Antioch: Wace’s Vie de sainte Marguerite on Crusade.” in Comitatus. Volume 49, 2018.