Lecturer in French

FM 201


Ph.D. in French & Applied Linguistics, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN (Dec. 2012 )

M.A. in French LiteratureVanderbilt University, Nashville, TN (2008)

M.A. in International NegotiationsUniversité de Provence, Aix en Provence, France (2005)

M.A. in American LiteratureUniversité de Provence, Aix en Provence, France (2002)

Professional Biography

Eva’s research investigates learner identity development in multilingual contexts. She is specifically interested in investigating the impact language learning has on learner identity construction, and particularly within the Study Abroad context.

Representative Publications

Scott, V., Dessein, E., Ledford, J. & Joseph-Gabriel, A. (2013) Language awareness in the French classroom. The French Review: Special Issue. 87(1). (May, 2013)

Scott, V., Dessein E. & Nisselson, R. (2009) Introduction. Principles and Practices of the Standards in College Foreign Language Education, annual volume of AAUSC Issues in Language Program Direction, Virginia M. Scott (Ed.). Boston, MA: Heinle & Heinle