Education Ph. D. French and Francophone Literature, Expected May 2017



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Roxane Pajoul
roxane.pajoul@vanderbilt.edu

615-779-6583



https://my.vanderbilt.edu/roxanepajoul/contact/
Education
Ph.D. French and Francophone Literature, Expected May 2017

­Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, USA

Dissertation: “Forbidden Identities: Exposing Taboos in Caribbean Literature and Culture”
MA in French and Francophone Literature, May, 2013

­Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, USA

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MA in American History, May 2009

­University Denis Diderot – Paris VII, Paris, France

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BA in Anglophone History, Literature and Culture, May 2007

­University Denis Diderot – Paris VII, Paris, France


Research interests


  • Taboos, silences, tensions in Caribbean literature and culture – particularly homosexuality, race and politics

  • Women and Gender Studies: representations and use of the female body in literature, films and media

  • Black France


Teaching Experiences
French Instructor

Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 09/2010 - present



  • Currently teaching Intermediate French. Communicative approach to language learning

  • Using interactive and technology based classroom activities

  • Mentoring students during office hours

  • Developing and coordinating department-wide assessment material for all levels of French

  • Developed and supervised the creation of Wiki projects for intermediate learners


French Instructor

Vanderbilt in France, Aix-en-Provence, France Summers 2011, 2012, 2013



  • ­Taught Advanced French conversation and Accelerated French beginner

  • Created syllabi

  • Led and facilitated groups of students' excursions in museums, parks, cities

  • Promoted the expansion of the program with the creation of flyers; Animated informational meetings

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French Instructor

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN 2008 - 2009



  • ­Taught French beginner. Communicative approach to language learning

  • Developed department-wide assessment material

Conferences
South Central Modern Language Association (SCMLA) – November 2015

Paper Title: “Moral Perversion: Politics of Contamination in Emile Zola’s La Curée
Tennessee Foreign Language Teaching Association (TFLTA) – November 2013

Paper title: “The Vanderwiki Project: a social pedagogies approach to cultural issues in France”
Caribbean Studies Association (CSA) – May 2012, Guadeloupe

Paper title: "Réappropriation/reconstruction de soi: être citoyenne haïtienne sous la dictature Duvalier"
Other Work Experience
Study Abroad Recruiter for Vanderbilt-in-France

Duke University 09/2016




Maymester Program Assistant

Vanderbilt University, France and Switzerland May 2011, 2015, 2016 May



  • Helped organize study abroad program, student recruitment, advertising

  • Led excursions in France

  • Insured the well-being of students at all time


Resident French Coordinator, McTyeire International House

Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 2010 - 2011



  • ­Supervised dinners conducted in French four times a week

  • Planned and coordinated weekly cultural activities

  • Organized and led advertisement and student recruitment ­


K-12 Teaching Experience
French Teacher

University School of Jackson, Jackson, TN, USA 08/2013 – 05/2014



  • Taught French 1, 2, 3 (CP and Honors), AP. Communicative approach to language learning.

  • Used interactive and technology based classroom activities

  • Mentored a group of advisees

  • After school tutoring


Honors & Awards


  • Nominated for a Teaching Award (pending), Vanderbilt University, 2016-2017

  • Summer Research Award, College of Arts and Science, Vanderbilt University, 2016

  • Pi Delta Phi - French Honor Society, 2012 - Present

  • Graduate School Conference Travel Grant, 2012

  • MICEFA Graduate exchange fellow, 2010 - 2011

  • Graduate exchange fellow University Paris VII / University of Minnesota, 2008 - 2009

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Academic References
Professor Paul B. Miller, Ph.D.

Thesis Advisor

Vanderbilt University


PMB 356312
2301 Vanderbilt Place
Nashville, Tennessee 37240-1617

Ph.: 615-322-6900



p.miller@vanderbilt.edu
Professor Nathalie Debrauwere-Miller, Ph.D.

Dissertation Committee Member

Vanderbilt University


PMB 356312
2301 Vanderbilt Place
Nashville, Tennessee 37240-1617

Ph.: 615-322-6900



n.debrau@vanderbilt.edu
Professor Virginia Scott, Ph.D.

Coordinator of Second Language Teaching

Vanderbilt University


PMB 356312
2301 Vanderbilt Place
Nashville, Tennessee 37240-1617

Ph.: 615-322-6900



virginia.m.scott@vanderbilt.edu



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