Department of World Languages and Cultures

Dr. Linda Rouillard

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Linda Rouillard, Ph.D.
Chair of The Department of World Languages and Cultures
Office: Memorial Field House 2400 F
Phone: 419-530-2029
E-Mail: Linda.Rouillard@utoledo.edu

Education:

Ph.D., August 1996, University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Dissertation:  Incest, Marriage and Penance in Philippe de Rémi's LaManekine
Director:  Dr. Renate Blumenfeld-Kosinski                            

MAT (Master of Arts in Teaching) in French, May 1985, University of Vermont
Burlington, Vermont

BA in French and Music, May 1983, University of Vermont
Burlington, Vermont

Current Position:

Professor of French
Department of Foreign Languages
University of Toledo
Spring 2016  - present
Full Membership on Graduate Faculty through 2019

Associate Professor of French
Department of Foreign Languages
University of Toledo
Spring 2006  - Spring 2016
Full Membership on Graduate Faculty through 2019

Assistant Professor of French
Department of Foreign Languages
University of Toledo
Aug. 2001 - 2006

Previous Positions:

Visiting Assistant Professor of French, Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Indians, 1998-2001.

Assistant Professor of French, Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, Kansas, 1997-1998.

Visiting Assistant Professor of French, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, 1996-1997.

Publications:

"Counseling Couples: Christine de Pizan's Advice to Marguerite de Bourgogne and Louis de Guyenne." Medieval Perspectives, vol. 27, 2012. 155-172.

 “The Dramas of Ourika and Joseph de Boulogne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges,” European Romantic Review. 22.1 (2011), 19-34. [15 pages]

 “’Faux semblant ou faire semblant?’ Christine de Pizan and Virtuous Artifice,” Forum for Modern Language Studies, Vol. 46, no. I (Dec. 2009), 16-28. [12 pages]

 “Complicit Victims in Les Anciens Canadiens and Le Mulâtre,” French Review, April 2007, 1095-1107. [12 pages]

 “Speech Acts in the First Prose Erec.”  Mediaevalia, vol. 25, no. 1, 2004, 85-106 . [21 pages]

 “The Black Galatea: Claire de Duras’ Ourika.” Nineteenth-Century French Studies, vol. 32, nos. 3&4, Spring-Summer 2004, 207-222. [15 pages]

 “Warrior Relationships with God: From Roland to the Chevalier au Barisel.” Medieval Perspectives, 17.1 (Spring 2004), 129-150. [21 pages]

“Raping the Rose, Sixteenth-Century Style:  Modernizing the Medieval in Day Two of Le Printemps by Jacques Yver.” Forum for Modern Language Studies, vol. xxxix, no. 1, 2003, pp. 15-26. [11 pages]

“Playing with Romance:  A Fourteenth-Century Dramatic Adaptation of La Manekine.” Le Moyen Français, vol. 48, 2001, pp. 77-92. [15 pages]

“Marriage and Mutilation in La Manekine.” Romance Language Annual X (2001), 99-104. [15 pages]

“Reading the Reader: Jean Wauquelin’s Prose Adaptation of La Manekine.” Medieval Perspectives, vol. xv, 2000, pp. 93-104. [11 pages]

“You can lead a Lady to water, but can you make her drink?  Rings of  Rhetoric in Jean Renart’s Lai de l’ombre.”  Chimères, vol. XXV, no. 1, Fall 1998,  pp. 59-70. [11 pages]

“Rape and Marriage in Richars li biaus,” Medieval Perspectives, vol. xiii, Aug. 1998, pp.  121-135. [14 pages]

Dictionary Entries    

“Church and Clergy” in Handbook of Medieval Culture: Fundamental Aspects and Conditions of the European Middle Ages, ed. Albrecht Classen. Berlin and New York: De Gruyter. 2015.

“André Grabar,” for Handbook of Medieval Studies, ed. Albrecht Classen. Berlin and New York: De Gruyter. October 2010. 

“Denis de Rougemont,” for Handbook of Medieval Studies, ed. Albrecht Classen. Berlin and New York: De Gruyter. 2010. 

“Laura Hibbard,” for Handbook of Medieval Studies, ed. Albrecht Classen. Berlin and New York: De Gruyter. 2010.

“Issoudun,” and “Fréjus” in  Medieval France:  An Encyclopedia, eds. William Kibler      and Grover Zinn.  New York:  Garland. 1995.

 Book Reviews:

Miracles de Notre-Dame par personnages, Gérald Bezançon and Pierre Kunstmann, eds. Paris: Classiques Garnier, 2017. The Medieval Review, December 12, 2018.

Les femmes, la culture et les arts en Europe entre Moyen Age et Renaissance, by Cynthia J. Brown and Anne-Marie Legaré, editors. Forthcoming in Sixteenth Century Journal.

Approaches to Teaching the Works of François Rabelais, Todd W. Reeser and Floyd Gray, eds., NY: MLA, 2011. Forthcoming in Sixteenth Century Journal.

Queens and Mistresses of Renaissance France, Kathleen Welman. New Haven: Yale, 2013. Sixteenth Century Journal, Vol. XLV, no. 3, Fall 2014, pp. 845-846.

La Manequine. Jean Wauquelin. Ed. Maria Colombo Timelli. Paris: Editions Classiques Garnier, 2010. Speculum vol. 87 (1) January 2012, 288-289.

 Studies in Early Modern France, Vol. 14: Obscenity. Eds. Anne Birberick and Russell J. Ganim. Guest ed. Hugh G.A. Roberts. Chralottesville, Virginia: Rookwood Press. 2010. Sixteenth Century Journal.

 French Ceremonial Entries in the Sixteenth Century: Event, Image, Text. Nicolas Russell and Hélène Visentin, eds. Toronto: Centre for Reformation and Renaisance Studies, 2007. Sixteenth Century Journal  XLI (2) 2010, 541-542.

 La plantation colonial esclavagiste, XVIIe-XIXe siècles. Ed. Danielle Gégot. Paris: Comité des travaux historiques et scientifiques. 2008. Sixteenth Century Journal XLI(3) 2010, 875-877.

Émotions médiévales (Critique 716-717), 2007. ISBN 978-2-7073-1989-0. 12 euros. Mediaevistik (22, 2009), 247-248.

 Abelard and Heloise, Constant Mews.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2005. [3 pages] The Medieval Review,  November 15, 2006. [on-line, open-access]

 Marguerite de ValoisLa Reine Margot, Eliane Viennot.  Paris:  Editions Perrin.  2005 and La Reine Margot, Julianne Pidduck.  Urbana, Illinois:  University of Illinois Press.  2005.  Sixteenth-Century Journal XXXVIII (2) 2007, 581-583.

Religious Differences in France: Past and Present.  Edited by Kathleen Perry Long.  Kirksville:  Truman State University Press, 2006. Sixteenth-Century Journal XXXVIII (3) 2007; 901-902.

Early Modern Images of Childbirth. Lianne McTavish.  Ashgate. Sixteenth-Century Journal XXXVII (4) 2006, 1089-91.

 The Inverted Mirror:  Mythologizing the Enemy in France and Germany, 1898-1914.  Michael E. Nolan.  New York:  Berghahn Books:  2005. French Review, vol. 80 (no. 5)April 2007.

Writing in the Feminine in French and English Canada:  A question of Ethics.  Marie Carrière.  Toronto:  University of Toronto Press, 2002. [Forthcoming in Québec Studies] [ 2 pages]

 Accounting for Taste:The Truimph of French Cuisine.  Priscilla Parkhurst Ferguson.  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press, 2004. French Review, vol. 78 (no. 6), May 2005, 1264-1265.

 Francophone Post-Colonial Cultures:  Critical Essays.  Kamal Salhi, ed.  Lanham, Maryland:  Lexington Books.  2003.  Nouvelles Etudes Francophones, vol. 19.2, Fall 2004.

 Le Jardin et la Nature: Ordre et variété dans la littérature de la Renaissance, Danièle Duport.   Geneva: Droz, 2002.   Sixteenth Century Journal,  XXXIV (4) 2003, 1188-1190.

Incest and the Medieval Imagination, Elizabeth Archibald.   Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2001.  The Medieval Review, January 13, 2003. [on-line, open-access]   

Generation and Degeneration:  Tropes of Reproduction, Valeria Finucci and Stephen Brownlee, eds.   Durham:  Duke University Press, 2001.  The Medieval Review, January 7, 2003. [on-line, open-access]   

 Gender, Rhetoric, and Print Culture in Renaissance France,  Floyd Gray.   Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2000.  Sixteenth Century Journal, vol. XXXII (4) 2001, 1143-1145.

Fonder les Savoirs, Fonder les Pouvoirs, De Courcelles, Dominique, ed.  Paris:  Ecole des Chartres, 2000.  Sixteenth Century Journal, vol. XXXII ( 4) 2001, 1186-1188. 

Les Jardins qui sentent le sauvage:  Ronsard et la Poétique du Paysage, Danièle Duport.  Geneva:  Droz, 2000.  Sixteenth-Century Journal, XXXII (2),2001, 543-545.

Etudes Rabelaisiennes, vol. 35, Geneva:  Droz, 1998.  Sixteenth-Century Journal, vol.XXXI (4) 2000, 1159-1161.

Conference Presentations  (abstracts available upon request):

May 2018: “The Sin that Stinks to High Heaven: Disbelief in Gautier de Coinci’s Marian Miracles,” 53rd International Congress on Medieval Studies (May 10-13, 2018), Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

 June 15, 2017: AAUP “Assessing Competency-Based Programs and Performance-Based Funding,” AAUP National Conference, Washington, D.C.

June 2016: : “The Great GASB” to AAUP National Conference (Washington, D.C., with Thomas Atwood

May 2016: “Why can’t a woman be more like a man? Counterfeit men in three medieval French tales”51st  International Congress on Medieval Studies (May 12-15, 2016), Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

Nov. 13, 2015, “Gender-Bending Yde et Olive and the Histoire de la Marquise-Marquis de Banneville, “ Midwest Modern Language Association, Columbus, Ohio.

June, 2015, AAUP National Conference: “The Role of Private Foundations in U.S. Higher Education,” Washington, D.C.

May 14, 2015: “Incest threatened, Incest Realized,” Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan. 50th International Congress on Medieval Studies (May, 2015), Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

April 17, 2015 OFLA, Sandusky, Ohio, part of panel presentation “In Languages We Mean Business,” with Drs. Semaan, Hara, Thompson-Casado

November 14, 2014: conference paper presented at Midwest Modern Language Association, “The Body as Urban Metaphor in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance,” Dearborn, Michigan

May 8-11, 2014, “Woman and Words in Philippe de Rémi’s La Manekine,” 49th International Congress on Medieval Studies (May 8-11, 2014), Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

 April 10-12, 2014, “Outsourcing Higher Ed, including Teacher Assessments,” Ohio Foreign Language Association Meeting,Polaris Hilton, Columbus, Ohio.

 July 2013: “Fragmented Beauty: Male and Female in Three Medieval Romances,” International Medieval Conference, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK

 June 2013: “Outsourcing Certification and Licensure,” as part of panel on Privatization of the Curriculum, with Drs. Mary Kich and Charlie Parrish, AAUP National Conference, Washington DC.

May 2013: “Pain and Suffering in Medieval French Texts,” Forth-Eighth International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

April 2013: Panelist for “Performance Metrics, Assessments as Components of Collective Bargaining Agreements,” Nation Council on Study of Collective Bargaining in Higher Education and Professions, New York, New York

October 2012: “Medieval Oaths and Debts,” Fifty-fourth Convention of the Midwest Modern Language Association, Cincinnati.

May 2012: “Dolor et Parole: Mutilation in La Manekine.” Forty-Seventh International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

Sept. 2010: "Counseling Couples: Christine de Pizan's Advice to Marguerite de Bourgogne and Louis de Guyenne." Southeastern Medieval Association, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia.

May, 2009: "Le mot juste and Christine de Pizan", Forty-fourth International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

May 2008: “ Christine de Pizan Makes Peace with Fin’amor Rhetoric.”  Forty-third International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University.

November 2007:  “Decapitulation and Recapitulation in the Medieval Myth of St. Dymphna,” Midwest Modern Language Association, Cleveland Ohio.

March 2007: “ Applying Business Concepts and Practices to Foreign Language Learning,” with Drs. Stoudt and Thompson-Casado.  OFLA:  Ohio Foreign Language Association.

May 2006:  “Virtuous Artifice: Concealing and Revealing Rhetorical Deceptions in Christine de Pizan’s Treasury of the City of Ladies.”  Forty-first International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University.

March 2006:  “Using the Web to teach French Advertising.”   Ohio Foreign Language Association, with Drs. Stoudt and Thompson-Casado.

May  2005:  “Lenten Rituals in La Manekine.”  Fortieth International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University.

Nov. 2004 “Sexual Politics in Le Sexe des Etoiles:  A New Twist on an Old Metaphor.”  ACQS, Quebec City, Quebec.

May 2004:  “Complicit Victims in Les Anciens Canadiens and Le Mulâtre.”  Cincinnati Romance Language Conference, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio.

May 2004: “Love and Looks: Ille et Galeron and Caradoc.” Thirty-Ninth International Congress on Medieval Studies,  Western Michigan University.

July 2003:  “Women Who Fight Back:  Episodes of Rape in Three Thirteenth-Century French Narratives.”  International Medieval Conference, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK.

May 2003:  “Beauty and the Eye of the Beholder in Ille et Galeron.”  Thirty-Eighth International Congress on Medieval Studies,  Western Michigan University.

Oct. 2002: Marketing Strategies Featuring Québécois Historical Icons.”  MidWest Association for Canadian Studies, East Lansing, Michigan.

July 2002: “The Evolution of Marriage and Penance in Two Romances of Philippe de Rémi:  La Manekine and Jehan et Blonde.”  International Medieval Conference, July 2002, University of Leeds, UK.

May 2002:  “The Regurgitation Motif in La Manekine.”  Thirty-Seventh International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University.

March 2002:  “Teaching Vocabulary for Business French.”  OFLA (Ohio Foreign Language Association),  Columbus, Ohio.

Oct. 2001:  “Medieval Male Piety:  From Roland to Le Chevalier au Barisel.”  SEMA (Southeastern Medieval Association), New Orleans, Louisiana.

July 2001:  “Victimized Sisters, Murderous Brothers:  Dysfunctional Families in the Thirteenth-Century Prose Erec.”  International Medieval Conference, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK.

May 2001:   “Keeping the Faith:  La Manekine as a Re-Reading of The Book of Ste. Foy.”  36th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

October 2000:  “Marriage and Mutilation in La Manekine.”  Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.

November 1999:  “The Play’s the Thing:  A Fourteenth-Century Theatrical Rendition of La Manekine.”  South Atlantic Modern Language Association, Atlanta, Georgia.

October 1999:  “Raping the Rose, Sixteenth-Century Style:  Possible Sources for Day Two of Le Printemps d’Yver.”  Sixteenth-Century Studies Conference, St. Louis, Missouri.

October 1999:  “Reading the Reader:  Jean Wauquelin’s Prose Rendition of La Manekine.”  Southeastern Medieval Association, Knoxville, Tennessee.

June 1999:  “Oral testing with computers,” with Dr. Dick House.  IALL, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland.

May 1999:  “Aristrocratic and Ecclesiastical Tensions:  A Dialogue between Literary Voices and Sculptural Hands.”  34th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

July 1998: "The Black Galatea:  Mme de Duras' Ourika."  International Society for the Classical Tradition, University of Tuebingen, Germany.

May 1998:  "Teaching the Three R's:  Rape, Revenge and Reprieve in Florence de Rome."  33rd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

Sept. 1997: "Rape and Marriage in Richars li biaus."  Southeastern Medieval  Association, co-sponsored by Middle Tennessee State University and Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee.

May 1997:  "Secularized Sacraments:  Marriage and Penance in Philippe de    Rémi's Jehan et Blonde."  32nd International Congress on Medieval  Studies, Medieval Institute, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

Sept. 1996:  "Against Their Will: Medieval Protagonists' Responses to Violence." Pennsylvania Foreign Language Conference, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

April 1996:  "Identity and Inheritance in the Roman de Silence."  Kentucky  Foreign Language Conference, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky.

Oct. 1995:  "Throwing Down the Gauntlet:  The Empty Glove Reliquary in Philippe de Rémi's La Manekine."  Southeastern Medieval Association,  Charleston, South Carolina.

April 1995:  "Heroic Virgins and Saintly Wives in La Manekine."  Kentucky  Foreign Language Conference, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky.

Feb. 1995: "Children Guiding Parents in La Manekine."  Illinois Medieval  Association.  Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois.

Sept. 1994:  "Keeping Body and Soul Together:  Woman's Place in La Manekine." Southeastern Medieval Association, Marymount University,  Arlington, Virginia.

 May 1994:  "The Hand of Forgiveness in La Manekine."  29th International  Congress on Medieval Studies, Medieval Institute, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

May 1994:  "And they lived happily ever after...Joïe and Marriage in La Manekine."

Cincinnati Romance Language Conference, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio.

May 1993:  "Stepping out from the Shadows:  Rhetoric in Jean Renart's Lai de l'Ombre."  28th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Medieval  Institute, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan.       

Sept. 1992:  "The Role of Exempla in the Roman de la Poire."  Southeastern  Medieval Association, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia.

 Collaborative Projects:

           “Love and Death through the Ages:  A Multi-Media Concert,” with Dr. Thomas Evans (Kalamazoo College), 34th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, May 1999.

Certificates:

April 2006:  Certificate of Achievement, Center for Applied Linguistics, certified as scorer for the French Speaking Test according to ACTFL Speaking Proficiency Guidelines.

January 2013: Certified as Tester and Rater of Oral Proficiency Interview Testing, ACTFL

Grants and Awards:
  1. Kohler Travel Grant, Spring 2011, $1 000 for travel to Spain to attend a USAC course.
  2. FIDA award, Spring 2011, to attend USAC in Bilbao, Spain.
  3. Students First Award, The University of Toledo, Fall 2007
  4. CTL Grant, Spring 2005, $200 for puchase of SOPI training kit.
  5. CTL Grant, Spring 2004, $200 for purchase of videos for Business French Course.
  6. Kohler Travel Grant, Spring 2002, $1 000 for travel in France to study potential sites for study abroad programs with a business component and internships.
  7. CIBER $200 scholarship to attend CIBER workshop in Memphis, Tennessee, February 2002.
  8. NEH Summer Seminar, “Gothic in the Ile-de-France,”  June-July 1998, Paris, France; Dr. Stephen Murray, Columbia University, director
  9. Ameritech Grant, Summer 2000:  Digital Video Materials to Teach Elementary French Vocabulary.
  10. Lilly Mini-Grant, Summer 1999:  Developing Digital Québécois Materials for the Intermediate Classroom.
Professional Development:
  • ACTFL Oral Proficiency Workshop, July 8-11, 2010, Middlebury College, Vermont.
  • Sabbatical, fall and spring 2008-2009.
  • CIBER, Ohio State University, October, 2003.
  • CIBER, University of Memphis, February, 2002.
  • Research Associate, Humanities Institute, University of Toledo, 2001-2002; 2002-2003.
Courses taught:

Fall 2016 :      

  • 1090 Culture and Commerce in the French-Speaking World
  • 1110 Elementary French
  • 3010 Composition and Conversation
  • 3410 Civilization  

Spring 2016:  

  • 1090 Francophone Cultures
  • 2150 Intermediate French II
  • 3020 Comp and Con WAC
  • 5980 Issues in Colonialism

Fall 2015:     

  • 1080 Culture and Commerce in the French-Speaking World
  • 4010/5010 Stylistics and Syntax
  • 3210 Survey of French Literature I
  • 5310 Medieval Studies, Independent Study with 3 Graduate Students

Spring 2015:  

  • 1090 French and Francophone Cultures, Distance Learning
  • 3020 WAC Composition and Conversation
  • ALS 3050 Crossing Boundaries and Borders: A History of Cross Dressing and Racial Passing

Fall 2014:       

  • 1080 Culture and Commerce in the French-speaking World, Distance Learning
  • 2140 Intermediate French
  • 3010 Composition and Conversation
  • 3410 French Civilization I

Spring 2014:  

  • 1090 French and Francophone Cultures, Distance Learning

Fall 2013:       

  • 110 Elementary French

Spring 2013:  

  • 3020WAC Advanced Composition and Conversation
  • 4050/5050 Advanced Conversation

Fall 2012:       

  • 3010 Advanced Composition and Conversation
  • 3410 French Civilization

Spring 2012:  

  • 3020WAC Advanced Composition and Conversation
  • 4020/5020WAC Advanced Stylistics and Syntax

Fall 2011:       

  • 3010 Advanced Composition and Conversation
  • 3210 Survey of French Literature, I

Summer 2011:

  • 1110 Elementary French
  • 2140 Intermediate French

Spring 2011:  

  • 3020WAC Advanced Composition and Conversation
  • 4050/5050WAC Advanced Conversation

Fall 2010:       

  • 3410 French Civilization

Summer 2010:

  • 2140 Intermediate French
  • 2150 Intermediate French

Spring 2010:  

  • 3020 WAC Composition and Conversation
  • 3210 Survey of French Literature

Fall 2009:       

  • 3010 Composition and Conversation
  • 4070/5070 French translation

Summer

2008:             

  • 2140 Intermediate French
  • 2150 Intermediate French

Spring 2008: 

  • 2150 Intermediate French
  • 4070/5070 Translation

Fall 2007:       

  • 2150 Intermediate French
  • 3210 Survey of French Literature

Spring 2007:  

  • 4980 Francophone Literature
  • 3170 French for Business
  • ARS1000 First-year Course

Fall 2006:       

  • 3410 French Civilization

Summer           

2006:              

  • French 2140, Intermediate French
  • French 2150, Intermediate French

Spring 2006: 

  • 4020/5020WAC Syntax and Stylistics
  • 4980/5980 Québécois Literature

Fall 2005:       

  • 3210 Survey of French Literature
  • 4010 Syntax and Stylistics
  • French/ German 4160/5160/ Spanish 4120/ 5120 Teaching Colloquium

Spring 2005:  

  • 3170/5980 Business French
  • 4980/5980 Issues of Race, Gender and Class in Francophone Literature

Fall 2004:       

  • 3410 Civilization
  • 4010 Syntax and Stylistics

Summer          

2004:              

  • 2140 Intermediate French

Spring 2004: 

  • 4020/ 5020 [WAC, Writing Across the Curriculum] Stylistics and Syntax
  • 4070 Translation
  • The Cloisters:  team-taught course [History, Art History, German, French] at The Toledo Museum of Art

Fall 2003:       

  • 3210 Survey of French Literature
  • 2140 Intermediate French

Summer          

2003:              

  • 2150 Intermediate French                  

Spring 2003:  

  • 3170 Business French
  • 3420 Civilization

Fall 2002        

  • 4980/5980 The Epistolary Novel [new course developed for UT]
  • 3410 Civilization
  • ARS 1000 FYI course

Summer 2002:

  • 2140 Intermediate French, first semester

Spring 2002:  

  • 2150 Intermediate French, second semester
  • 4070 Translation

Fall 2001        

  • 3210 Survey of French Literature
  • 4010/ 5010 Syntax and Stylistics (undergrad. and grad. level)
Coordination Fall 2001 to 2014
  • 1110 Elementary French, first semester
  • 1120 Elementary French, second semester
  • 1500 Intensive review of elementary French
  • 2140 Intermediate French, first semester
  • 2150, Intermediate French, second semester
  • 5210, French for Reading Knowledge

Acting Chair: Fall 2010

Associations   

Research Associate, Humanities Institute, 2002-2003
Research Associate, Humanities Institute, 2001-2002
 
Committees (Selected):
Department Personnel Committee, Foreign Languages, 2006 - 2018
Dept. Retention and Recruitment Committee, 2001-2005
Dept. Retention and Recruitment Committee, Chair, 2005
Departmental Recruitment and Retention Committee 2002- present; chair 2006
Search Committee for Visiting Assistant Prof. Of Arabic, Summer 2006
Foreign Language Day  2002 to 2010
Departmental Assessment Committee Spring 2003 – present
Graduate Program Assessment Departmental Review Spring 2004

 

CAL Council Member, Fall 2016-present
CAL Council Committee on Constitution Revision, Summer 2016
LLSS Council Vice-Chair, 2015 – Spring 2017
Department Personnel Committee for Disability Studies Program: 2015 to present
LLSS Council Curriculum Committee, 2011 - present
LLSS Council, 2011 to present
Arts and Sciences Council, Chair, 2010-2011
Arts and Sciences Curriculum Committee, 2010-present
Search Committee for LLSS Found Dean, Fall 2010
Search Committee for French/History Lecturer, Chair, Summer 2010
Arts and Sciences Executive Committee Member, 2008-2010
Search Committee for Spanish Lecturer, Summer 2008
Chair, Search Committee for VAP French/German, Summer 2008
Search Committee for English Lecturer, Summer 2008
Curriculum Committee, 2007-2008
Arts and Sciences Council Representative, 2005-present
Arts and Sciences Executive Committee Member 2006-2007
English Department Search Committee, 2003-2004

Faculty Senate Curriculum Committee, 2015-2017
Faculty Senate Executive Committee, 2014-present
President, Faculty Senate, 2013-2014; 2018-2019

 

President-Elect Faculty Senate, 2017-2018; 2012-2013
Committee on Committees, Chair, 2012-2013; 2017-2018
Finance and Strategy Committee, 2010-present
Faculty Senate, substitute 2009-2010

Graduate Council Member, 2010
Graduate Council Curriculum, 2011

Executive Board, UT-AAUP, Spring 2011-2018

University Committee on Academic Personnel, Substitute 2015
University Council, 2013-2014
University Council Executive Committee, 2013-2014

Classroom Building Committee Fall 2005 -2008
Committee for Proposal for Academic Excellence Summer 2005, 2006
Distance Learning, ad hoc committee, Spring 2005
General Classroom Committee Spring 2003 - present

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