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Stacey Weber-Fève Associate Professor of French
3102 Pearson Hall

Department of World Languages and Cultures

Iowa State University of Science and Technology

Ames, Iowa, 50011

Email: sweber@iastate.edu

EDUCATION


The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio

Ph.D. in French, 2006

M.A. in French, 2001

Specialization in French and Francophone Cinemas

Expertise in 20th/21st Century French and Francophone Literatures and Women’s Studies
Westminster College, New Wilmington, Pennsylvania (Magna Cum Laude)

B.A. in French and English with a minor in Secondary Education


CURRENT EMPLOYMENT
Iowa State University of Science and Technology, Ames, Iowa

Department of World Languages and Cultures



Associate Professor of French, 2012-present

Assistant Professor of French, 2006-2011
AREAS OF INTEREST and PROFESIONAL PRACTICE
Research: French and Francophone Cinemas  Women’s Filmmaking and Lifewriting of France, Algeria, and Tunisia  Feminist and Transnational Film and Literary Theory  Gender Studies  Spectatorship  Star Studies
Teaching: French and Francophone Cinemas  French and Francophone Contemporary Literatures and Cultures  French Cultural Studies  Gender Studies  French for Special Purposes  All levels of French Language
Professional Practice: Foreign Language Pedagogy & Curriculum  French Language & Cultures for Professions Program Direction  French Language Program Direction  GTA Training and Supervision  Study Abroad
RESEARCH and TEACHING STATEMENTS
I am a specialist of French and Francophone Cinemas. In the first phase of my research program, I focused on key interdisciplinary connections surrounding “re/presentation” in women’s contemporary filmmaking and lifewriting in France, Algeria, and Tunisia (personal cinema, lifewriting, and domesticity studies). As I have advanced in rank, my agenda has grown to include the fields of transnational cinema and star studies in French and Francophone Cinemas and most recently Cinematic Comedy. I am particularly interested in the constructions and performances of gender, subjectivity, identity, ethnicity, and “nation” as reified and challenged in women’s filmmaking, mainstream comedy, and stardom.
I am a dedicated practitioner and seek ways to explore how second-language research study can directly inform foreign language teaching. I am particularly interested in literacy-based approaches and input-to-output structuring to the teaching and learning of the French language and French and Francophone cinemas, literatures, and cultures across all levels. I am also equally interested in where these approaches intersect with the use of technology and computer-assisted language learning tools inside and outside the classroom.

PUBLICATIONS



Books and Edited Anthologies

Re-hybridizing Transnational Domesticity and Femininity: Women’s Contemporary Filmmaking and Lifewriting in France, Algeria, and Tunisia (2010). Lexington Books. 239 pages. Out of print.
Being and Becoming Visible: Women, Performance, and Visual Culture (2010). Johns Hopkins Univ. Press. Co-edited with O. Mesropova. 264 pages.

Textbooks

Liaisons: An Introduction to French, 2nd Edition (2017). Cengage-Heinle. Co-authored with W. Wong and B. VanPatten. 522 pages. Textbook + Ancillaries (in print January 2016).
Liaisons: An Introduction to French (2013). Cengage-Heinle. Co-authored with W. Wong, E. Ousselin, and B. VanPatten. 592 pages. Textbook + Ancillaries (in print January 2011).

Articles in Refereed Journals

‘Creating Language Teaching Through Film and Literature: Creating Connections’ in The Korean Language in America (2015) 19.1, 84-93. (invited)


‘French Language and Cultures for Professions: A Case Study for the Twenty-First Century’ in French Review (2014) 87.3. 35-49.
‘Framing the “Minor” in Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Paronnaud’s “Persepolis”’ in Contemporary French & Francophone Studies: SITES (2011) 15.3, 321-328.
‘Housework and Dance as Counterpoints in French-Tunisian Filmmaker Raja Amari’s “Satin rouge”’ in Quarterly Review of Film and Video (2010) 27.1, 1-13.
‘Integrating Language and Literature: Teaching Textual Analysis with Input and Output Activities and an Input-to-Output Approach’ in Foreign Language Annals (2009) 42.3, 454-486 (double columns).
‘A Writing Design: Using Abstracts in the Writing Process’ in French Review May 2009 Special Issue on “Pedagogy” (2009) 82.6, 103-115.
‘Assia Djebar as Film Theorist in “Touchia: Ouverture” and Ces voix qui m’assiègent’ in French Review (2008) 81.3, 60-68.

Book Chapters, Edited Volume Contributions, and Published Interviews

Interview, Follow up to “Creating Language Teaching Through Film and Literature: Creating Connections” in The Korean Language in America. Conducted by So-young Kim. October 7, 2014. (2015) 19.1, 94-101.


‘(Re)Presenting Female Iconography at Home with Leïla Sebbar’ in Contemporary Literary Criticism (2014) Vol. 365. Layman Poupard Publishing, LLC. [Half of Chapter 4 from Re-hybridizing Transnational Domesticity and Femininity reprinted with updated material.]
‘Introduction’ in Being and Becoming Visible: Women, Performance, and Visual Culture (2010). Johns Hopkins Univ. Press. Co-written with O. Mesropova. vii-xv.

Forthcoming Work and Work in Development

‘L’encadrement de l’altérité: le cas du personnel dans Persepolis (Satrapi & Paronnaud, 2007).’ Édition Bord de l’eau, Collection Cinéfocales. Eds. J. Nacache & A. Kleinberger. (invited essay, in press)



Encore: Intermediate French (forthcoming, 2017). Cengage-Heinle. Co-authored with W. Wong, A. Lair, and B. VanPatten. (textbook + ancillaries in production, manuscript completed).
‘Finding and Seeing: Cabaret, Spectacle, and Spectator in Raja Amari’s “Satin rouge” (2002).’ (article submitted to Cinema Journal, reviewed and in revision).
“Hiam Abass and her Transnational Star Construction.’ (article in preparation).
Book and Software Reviews

Review of La comparaison et son expression en français for French Review (2016) 89.3, 188-189.

Review of Pratiques d’écriture littéraire à l’université for French Review (2014) 88.3, 283-284.
Review of Brutal Intimacy: Analyzing Contemporary French Cinema for Contemporary French Civilization (2012) 31.1, 120-122.
Review of La rencontre des langues dans le cinéma francopone: Québec, Afrique subsaharienne, France-Maghrebi for French Review (2012) 85.3, 100-101.
Review of BonPatronPro correcteur d’orthographe et de grammaire en ligne pour les textes français for French Review (2010) 83.3, 84-85.
Review of Talk More French for French Review (2009) 83.2, 105-105.
Review of Cinema for French Conversation and Composition, 3rd Edition for French Review (2008) 81.3, 36-367.
Review of Cinéphile: Étude de films en français élémentaire – L’Auberge espagnole for French Review (2007) 80.6, 85-86.
Review of A Survey of French Literature, Volume V: The Twentieth Century for French Review (2007) 80.6, 81-182.
Review of C’est la vie! A French Reader for French Review (2005) 79.1, 496-497.

REFERRED PAPERS DELIVERED – FILM

(National and International Conferences)
‘Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Paronnaud’s Cinéma-monde: The threshold of fantasy and realism.’ Contemporary French and Francophone Studies International Colloquium, St. Louis, USA. March 2016. (accepted)
‘Benoît Poelvoorde’s Star Personna: Do comedy and romance intersect?’ (2015). Studies in French Cinema Annual Conference, Paris, France, June 11, 2015.
‘Fragments and Coming Together in Marjane Satrapi’s and Vincent Paronnaud’s “Persepolis” (2007). 20th and 21st-Century French and Francophone Studies International Colloquium, Atlanta, USA, March 22, 2013.
‘Alain Delon & Brigitte Bardot: Animal-Object / Human Beauty-Subject’. 20th and 21st-Century French and Francophone Studies International Colloquium, San Francisco, USA, March 31, 20011.
‘Drawing/ Narrating Women’s Lives: Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Paronnaud’s “Persepolis” (2007)’. Modern Language Association (MLA) Annual Meeting. Los Angeles, USA, January 8, 2010.
‘The “Poetic” and “Literary”: Framing Meaning Graphically in Word and Image in Marjane Satrapi’s “Persepolis” (2007)'. Modern Language Association (MLA) Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, USA, December 28, 2009.
‘Fleshing Out “the” French Woman: (Re)Presenting “Ethnic, Othered” French femininity and Marginal Domestic Space in Yamina Benguigui’s “Inch’Allah dimanche” (2002)’. West Virginia University 33rd Annual Colloquium on Literature and Film. Morgantown, USA, October 9, 2009.
‘Breaking from Tradition” (Re)presenting Female Iconography at Home with Leïla Sebbar’. Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association (RMMLA) Annual Conference. Calgary, Canada, October 7, 2007.
‘Dancing Before the Bedroom Mirror: Situating Home in Raja Amari’s “Satin rouge” (2002)’. Modern Language Association (MLA) Annual Meeting. Washington D.C., USA, December 28, 2005.

REFERRED SESSIONS DELIVERED – PEDAGOGY

(National, Regional, and International Conferences)
‘Engage Students, Transform the Lesson: Where Culture and Language Connect’. Co-prepared with W. Wong and A. Lair (both collaborators in absentia for presentation). American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Langauges (ACTFL) Annual Conference. San Diego, USA. November 21, 2015.
‘Culture in 3-D: Book, Film, and Beyond’. Co-prepared with W. Wong and A. Lair (presented in absentia). American Association of Teachers of French (AATF) Annual Conference. Saguenay, Québec. July 10, 2015.
‘Culture in 3-D: Book, Film and Beyond’. Co-presented with W. Wong and A. Lair. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) Annual Conference. San Antonio, USA. November 22, 2014.
‘Behind the Camera: Film for Language Development and Language Awareness’. Co-presented with W. Wong and B. VanPatten. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) Annual Conference. Orlando, USA, November 16, 2013.
‘Play, Pause, Record, Playback: Film for Developing and Assessing Language Awareness’. Co-presented with W. Wong. 11th International Conference for the Association for Language Awareness. Montréal, Canada, July 9, 2012.
‘Beyond Soda and Popcorn: Using Film to Promote Language Development’. Co-presented with B. VanPatten and W. Wong. American Association of Teachers of French (AATF) Annual Conference. Montréal, Canada, July 8, 2011.
‘Exploring Quebec and the Francophone World through Media Literacy’. Co-presented with W. Wong. American Association of Teachers of French (AATF) Annual Conference. Montréal, Canada, July 8, 2011.
‘Making Form-Meaning Connections in the French Classroom: Structured Input as Grammar Instruction’. Co-presented with B. VanPatten and W. Wong. American Association of Teachers of French (AATF) Annual Conference. Montréal, Canada, July 7, 2011.
‘Media Literacy: A Platform for Twenty-First Century Skills’. Co-presented with W. Wong. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) Annual Conference. Boston, USA, November 20, 2010.
‘Integrating Language and Literature: Teaching Textual Analysis with Input and Output Activities and an Input-to-Output Approach’. Modern Language Association (MLA) Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, USA, December 27, 2009.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

(National, International, or Regional Conferences)
‘Connection-Making: Using Film for Language Development and Language Awareness’. Plenary Session for the American Association of Teachers of Korean (AATK) Annual Conference. Boston, USA, June 19, 2014.
‘Play, Pause, Record, Playback: Film For Developing and Assessing Language Awareness’. All-Star Session for the Iowa World Language Association (IWLA). Des Moines, USA, October 10, 2014.
‘Discover, Connect, Create! Revisiting Some Language Lesson Fundamentals’. All-Star Session for the Iowa World Language Association (IWLA). Des Moines, USA, October 11, 2013.
‘Shaking Up the Grammar Lesson: Structured Input as Grammar Instruction’. All-Star Session for the Iowa World Language Association (IWLA). Des Moines, USA, October 12, 2012.

COURSES TAUGHT

(All courses instructed in French unless otherwise indicated)

Film

History of French Cinema

Hallmarks of French Cinema (instructed 100% online in English)

Survey of French Film Genre in Theory & Practice

Survey of Contemporary French Cinema (instructed in English)

Intro to Global Cinema (instructed in English)

Advanced Seminar Topics:

 Genre and Gender in French Crime Film (instructed in English, cross-listed with Women’s Studies)

 Stars and Stardom in French Cinema (two versions: one instructed in English, one in French)

 The French and Francophone Food Film

 French Comedy on Screen
Literature and Culture

Introduction to French Studies & Textual Analysis

Survey of Modern French Literature

Introduction to French Cultural Phenomena

Advanced Seminar: Representations of Femininity in French and North African Literatures and Media (instructed in English, cross-listed with Women’s Studies)
French for Special Purposes

French for Business and Professions/ French for Global Professionals (name change in 2015)


Language

All levels of French language

Reading and Writing French (5th & 6th semester French)

French Cinema for Conversation and Composition

Basic French for Reading for Graduate Students (instructed in English)

French Research I for Graduate Students (instructed in English)

French Research II for Graduate Students (instructed in English)

STUDENT THESES COMMITTEES


Benjamin Swanson. B.S. Candidate in Finance at Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa

Area: World Film Studies

Honors Undergraduate Thesis: “Make ‘Em Laugh: A Working Documentary of Humor at ISU” (working title)

(Project Director, 2016)


Ashley Haynes. M.A. Candidate in English at Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa State University

Area: Literature

Thesis: “The Technology Question: Adolescent Identities of Home in Dystopic Young Adult Literature Post-Hunger Games” (Committee Member, 2014)
Elizabeth Zimmerman. M.A. Candidate in Interdisciplinary Studies at Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa

Areas: Cinema & Gender Studies.

Thesis: “Masculinity and Coming of Age in Contemporary World Cinema”

(Committee Member, 2010)


Ju-Young Lee. M.A. Candidate in TESL/Applied Linguistics at Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa

Area: Computer-Assisted Language Learning

Thesis: “Does Computer-Mediated Communication Task-Based Interaction Facilitate ESL Learners’ Vocabulary Acquisition?” (Committee Member, 2009)

PREVIOUS EMPLOYMENT and OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY


Wartburg College, Waverly, Iowa

Adjunct Lecturer, Fall 2015 (Department of English and Modern Languages)

*Accommodated three Wartburg College French Majors into ISU online course in response to last-minute Wartburg resignation.


The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio

Graduate Teaching Assistant, 1999-2006 (Department of French and Italian)

Instructor, Beginning French for Adults, 2009-2011 (Department of Continuing Education)
Textbook Manuscript Reviewer for Cengage-Heinle, 2010-present.
Academic Consultant for Language Twin (Tele-Collaborative Software Start Up), 2011-present.

ACCOLADES


Nelson Brooks Award for Excellence in the Teaching of Culture (National)

Award bestowed by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL). 2015.


ISU Early Achievement in Teaching Award (All-University)

Award bestowed by the Executive Vice-President and Provost’s Office, Iowa State University. 2010.


CEAH Research Fellowship (College of Liberal Arts and Sciences)

Award bestowed by the Center for Excellence in Arts and Humanities, Iowa State University. 2010.


Faculty Member of Distinction (All-University)

Honor bestowed by the Interfraternity Council and Collegiate Panhellenic Council, Iowa State University. 2010.


OSU Graduate Associate Teaching Award (All-University)

Award bestowed by the Graduate School, The Ohio State University. 2001.

GRANTS
Online Course Improvement Grant. (Amount: $3,00.00)

Awarded by the Office of Engineering-LAS Online Learning at Iowa State University. September 2015.


LAS Humanities Scholarship Enhancement Initiative Award. (Amount: $5,000.00)

Awarded by the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences at Iowa State University. May 2015.


‘Starting Up “ISU on the French Riviera”’. (Amount: $5,000.00)

Awarded by the Council on International Programs at Iowa State University. May 2015.


Online Course Development Grant. (Amount: $9,000.00)

Awarded by the Office of Engineering-LAS Online Learning at Iowa State University. March 2013.


ISU Publication Subvention Grant. (Amount: $7,055.00)

Awarded by the Provost and the Office of the Vice President for Research and Economic Development at Iowa State University. November 2008.


Culture Corps Support Grant. (Amounts vary: $1,300.00-$1,800.00)

Awarded by the Office of International Students & Scholars at Iowa State University. May 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015.


TEACH Grant. (Amount: $1,200.00)

Awarded by the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching at Iowa State University. Octobers 2009, 2008.


Women’s Studies Mini-Grant. (Amount: $400.00)

Awarded by the Women’s and Gender Studies Program at Iowa State University. October 2009.


LAS Small Grant. (Amount: $1,250.00)

Awarded by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Iowa State University. Septembers 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014.


‘Strengthening French Language and Cultures for Professions’. (Amount: $5,000.00)

Awarded by the Council on International Programs at Iowa State University. May 2008.

ADMINISTRATIVE and SUPERVISING EXPERIENCE
Tenure-Track Jr. Faculty Mentor (Dr. Charles Nagle, Asst. Prof. of Spanish)

Department of World Languages and Cultures, Iowa State University, Fall 2015-present.


ISU on the French Riviera (working title) Lead Director (4-week summer study abroad program), in development

Colleges of Liberal Arts & Sciences and Engineering, Iowa State University, Spring 2014-present.


French Culture Corps Project Supervisor (French Program tutors and conversation table assistants)

Office of International Students & Scholars, Iowa State University, Fall 2011-present.


French 101-102 (First-Year) Coordinator

Department of World Languages and Cultures, Iowa State University, Spring 2012-present.


Acting Director of French Basic Language Instruction

Department of French & Italian, The Ohio State University, Summer 2005.


Assistant Director of French Basic Language Instruction

Department of French & Italian, The Ohio State University, Fall 2005-Spring 2006.


Peer Teaching Supervisor

Department of French & Italian, The Ohio State University, Fall 2002-Spring 2006.


Course Coordinator for French Basic Language Instruction

Department of French & Italian, The Ohio State University, Fall 2002-Spring 2006.


Undergraduate Academic Advisor

Department of French & Italian, The Ohio State University, Spring 2004, Winter 2005-Spring 2006.

SERVICE to the PROFESSION

Publisher Reviewer

Book Proposal Reviewer (Film Studies) to The Continuum Publishing Company (2012).


Journal Reviewer

Article Manuscript Reviewer (Film) to PMLA (2015-present).

Article Manuscript Reviewer (Pedagogy) to Foreign Language Annals (2014-present).

Article Manuscript Reviewer (Film) to Contemporary French Civilization (2012-present).


Conference Panel Organizer

“Women in French,” Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association (RMMLA) Annual Conference. Reno, Nevada, October 2008.


Tenure & Promotion Case External Reviewer

External Reviewer for Research (Field: North African Women’s Writing) for a candidate for promotion to Associate Professor with Tenure at the University of Alabama-Birmingham (Spring 2013).

SERVICE to IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY

Affiliated Faculty Member

Women’s and Gender Studies Program (2006-Present)

Applied Linguistics Graduate Program (2008-present)

Middle Eastern and African Area Studies Program (AY 2008-2009)

Western European Studies Program (AY 2008-2009)
University and College Committees

ISU Strategic Plan Additional Creative Opportunities Subcommittee (AY 2015-2016)

Women’s and Gender Studies Program Steering Committee (2013-present)

LAS Computer Advisory Board (2013-present)


Honors College

Freshmen Honors Mentor Program Faculty Sponsor, 8 students (Springs 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016)

SERVICE to the DEPARTMENT OF WORLD LANGUAGES AND CULTURES

(Iowa State University)



Administrative

French Section Convener (Fall 2009, AY 2010-2011, AY 2014-2015)

French Internship Supervisor (2007-present)

French Program Study Abroad Advisor (2011-present)


Standing Departmental Committees

Language and Cultures for Professions Faculty Liaisons, French (2007-present)

World Film Studies Minor Program (2009-present); Faculty Coordinator (AY 2015-2016)

Faculty Evaluation Committee (AY 2013-2014, 2014-2015)

Student Recruitment and Retention (AY 2012-2013, 2013-2014)

WLC Executive Committee (AY 2008-2009, 2009-2010)

Instructional Technology (AY 2007-2008, 2008-2009, 2011-2012, 2012-2013)

Curriculum Committee (AY 2006-2007, 2007-2008)


Ad-Hoc Committees

Consultant to Student Recruitment and Retention Committee (2014-present)

French/Spanish First-Year Hybrid Program Working Group, Co-Chair (2015-present)

WLC-Anthropology Merger Planning Committee (AY 2015-2016)

Classical Studies Lecturer Search Committee (Spring 2014)

American Sign Language Lecturer Search Committee (Spring 2013)

French Search Committee MLA Interview Team (Decembers 2007 & 2008)

French Search Committee TT Asst. Professor (AY 2007-2008, 2008-2009, Fall 2015)

Spanish Search Committee TT Asst. Professor (AY 2006-2007)
Extra-Curricular

Café+ (Weekly French Conversation Table) Faculty Coordinator (2008-present)

French Book Club Faculty Facilitator and Advisor (AY 2006-2007, 2007-2008)
Special Events

Co-Organizer, Interdepartmental Professional Development Lecture & Workshop (Dr. Heidi Byrnes), April 27-28, 2010.

Co-Organizer, Interdepartmental Professional Development Lecture & Workshop (Dr. Richard Kern), April 2-4, 2009.

NATIONAL, REGIONAL, and LOCAL OUTREACH


For Cengage-Heinle (publisher)
Publisher-Sponsored Presentations at Regional Events

‘Media Literacy: A Platform for 21st-Century Skills in the World Language Classroom’

Event: World Language Experience, Newport Beach, CA, March 9, 2012.
‘Media in the Foreign Language Classroom: The How and Why”

Event: West Coast World Language Symposium, Sacramento City College, February 4, 2012.


‘Beyond Soda and Popcorn: Using Film to Promote Language Development’ with B. VanPatten and W. Wong

Event: American Council of the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) Annual Conference, Denver, 2011.


‘Participatory Media in the Foreign Language Classroom: The How and Why’

Event: Foreign Language Association of Northern California Annual Conference, Berkeley City College, November 5, 2011.


Publisher-Sponsored Nationally Broadcasted Webinars

‘Discover and Connect: Authentic Input and Media in the Interactive Classroom’

Event: Cengage-Learning Professional Development Series, November 27, 2012 & February 22, 2013.
‘From Writing the Scenario to Testing the Activities in Class: Discover a Flexible Method for Integrating Liaisons’ with W. Wong

Event: Cengage-Heinle Liaisons Spring 2012 Webinar Series, March 6 & March 7, 2012.


‘Discover, Connect, and Create Language: The Methodology at the Foundation of the Program Liaisons’ with W. Wong

Event: Cengage-Heinle Liaisons Spring 2012 Webinar Series, February 14 & 15, 2012.


Liaisons: An Introduction to French. What are the Innovations in this Program?’ with W. Wong

Event: Cengage-Heinle Liaisons Spring 2012 Webinar Series, January 24 & 25, 2012.


Publisher-Sponsored Training Sessions

Diablo Valley College (CA) with W. Wong, May 17, 2012.


For the State of Iowa
Columnist – WLC Monthly Newsletter for K-12 Teachers in the State of Iowa

Monthly contributions targeting alternating language learning levels in the form of original French classroom activities complete with answer key and teacher suggestions (February 2014-September 2015)

*Crossword puzzles, search-a-word puzzles, cryptograms, and enigma activities for vocabulary; (structured) input and (structured) output interactive review and communicative activities for grammar; personally authored cultural texts and activities for reading comprehension and discussion.

Contributor – WLC Online Resource Center for K-12 Teachers

Regular original French classroom vocabulary, grammar, or cultural text activity contributions complete with answer key and teacher suggestions (October 2015-present) http://language.iastate.edu/resources-for-language-educators/


Facilitator – In-Class Presentations and Classroom Visits by ISU French Majors and Minors

Ankeny Middle School, 6th & 7th Grade Exploratory Language Classes (May 2014)

Iowa K-12 Instructor: Ms. Emmeline Hallam

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS


Modern Language Association  American Association of Teachers of French  Studies in French Cinema  Society for Cinema and Media Studies  American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages  Women in French


Updated: December 2015.


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