Research Grants:

Recipient of the Pichois funds for summer research (Summer 2015)

Previous Courses:

FR 6030 – Foreign Language Learning/Teaching (Eva Dessein, 2015)

FR 8070 – Seminar in Francophone Literature (Anthère Nzabatsinda, 2015)

FR 8090 – French Jewish Intellectualism (Nathalie Debrauwere-Miller, 2015)

FR 332 – Medieval French Literature (Lynn Ramey, 2015)

FR 362 – Seminar 19th Century French Literature (Marc Froment-Meurice, 2015)

FR 372 – Seminar in 20th Century French Feminism (Nathalie Debrauwere-Miller, 2015)

FR 362 – Seminar in 19th Century French Literature: Zola, Dickens and Social Justice (Robert Barsky, 2014)

FR 380 – French Literary Theory (Paul Miller, 2014)

FR 300 – Introduction to Research (Lynn Ramey & Todd Hughes, 2014)


“(Dés)habillé and (Un)masked: Nudity and the Carnivalesque in Zola’s Nana” Presenter & Session Organizer. South Central Modern Language Association. Nashville, TN. November 1, 2015.

“Mapping the Princesse de Clèves: DH in the undergraduate classroom” Co-presenter with Virginia Scott and Todd Hughes. Center for Second Language Studies at Vanderbilt University. Nashville, TN. March 13, 2015.

“Feminized Security Threats: Transnational Organized Crime and its Violent Women” Presented in absentia by co-author Serena Simoni. ISA Annual Convention. New Orleans, LA. February 21, 2015.

“A New Security Threat: Violent Women in Transnational Organized Crime” With Serena Simoni.ISAC-ISSS. Austin, TX. November 14-16, 2014.

“Symbolic Complexities of France’s National Identity: French-German Relations in IrèneNémirovsky’s ‘Dolce’ and in Images of the Tondues” Midwest Modern Language Association.Milwaukee, WI. November, 2013.

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