This year, Florent Rethore from Nantes is the head resident. September 30, Dr. Poe and a group of Sewanee students are in Paris for the Fall, semester. You can see pictures and get weekly updates on their new blog. September 8, Dr. George Poe and a group of seven students have arrived safely in Paris and are busy seeing the sites and attending cultural events, while undertaking an intensive French language review, within the context of Professor Poe's FREN course, in anticipation of the content courses about to begin. Students have also been settling in with their host families and getting to know their respective Parisian neighborhoods for the semester.
July 2, Kathryn Oliver Mills just completed her 4th year of grading the ETS French Advanced Placement exam for high-school students in Cincinnati, Ohio days of seeing what our incoming students are learning in high-school, and of comparing notes with other teachers of French at the high-school and University level. June 19, Dr. Bill Engel and Dr. April 9, In an interdisciplinary collaboration with the Sewanee Women's Center, and thanks to the hard work and organizational skills of Davante Jennings, Kathryn Oliver Mills welcomed an old friend from Oxford University to the Sewanee campus.
The CCR is a national non-profit umbrella organization committed to the rights and protection of refugees in Canada and around the world. On Tuesday, April 7, Janet talked with Sewanee students and faculty about her work with the Canadian government and refugees in the particular contexts of domestic and gender based violence, sexual orientation discrimination, and women's issues. February 27, Visit the French Department's blog to see the submissions of Dr. Ramsey's French Conversation Students. Her students introduce themselves, contribute celebrity gossip, take us on a tour of a French or Francophone city, and speak about their environmental concerns.
February 20, The Sewanee Semester in Paris applies place-based learning abroad, using the City of Light as a rich field laboratory, thereby enabling on-site examination of that which can only be approached textually and via images and film on this side of the Atlantic.
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Trogdon and published by Cambridge University Press, The Department was proud to have our old French major C'13 back in Gailor, lecturing to a large and interested audience! Ludwig Excellence in teaching Award for Secondary Education. September 8, According to a study published in the "Wall Street Journal" and conducted by the National Association of Colleges and Employers, among liberal arts graduates, the highest paying entry-level salaries are paid to students with foreign language and literature degrees.
April 23, Dr. Kathryn Mills earned a Mellon Globalization Forum course development grant for her French course called "Pulp Fiction: the Roman Policier in the 19th and 20th centuries. April 17, Each year, Southern Teachers Agency helps hundreds of teachers find jobs at outstanding college preparatory schools throughout the South—nearly schools in 16 states from Texas to Florida to Pennsylvania.
STA has already received French vacancy listings from schools for the academic year, and anticipate many more in the coming months! Certification is not required by private schools for many French jobs. April 7, In March, Dr. Segrest gave a paper on early modern ethnography entitled "Girolamo Benzoni, Urbain Chauveton and Indigenous Representations in the Histoire nouvelle du nouveau monde " at the Renaissance Society of America conference in New York.
March 24, Dr.
Aymeric Glacet, and Dr. Hilda's College. Brown Patterson, professor emeritus of history at Sewanee, was also in attendance. The conference was organized by Hal Poe, cousin of George Poe. April 23, An article by Dr. April 22, The Selected Poems of Wilmer Mills is a collection of the very best poetry written by an exceptional poetic talent who died much too young. Carefully chosen and edited by his wife Kathryn Mills, Selected Poems is a celebration of Wil s thoughtful, deeply-felt, and powerful poetry. February 6, Dr.
Poe's latest review article has just appeared in the in the "Arts and Letters" section of the current Winter issue of The Sewanee Review entitled "Americans in Nazi-Occupied France" vol.
Professor Poe will also have a review appearing in the upcoming Spring issue of The Sewanee Review. February 4, Southern Teachers Agency has already received French vacancy listings from schools for the academic year, and we anticipate many more in the coming months! Occasionally, the jobs will call for an ability to teach an additional foreign language as well. December 13, Dr.
Ramsey's students have been studying French music and art as well as current environmental issues. December 5, The peak hiring season for private and independent schools is about to begin! This is a great opportunity for French majors or minors to share their love of French language and culture. Learn more about the Southern Teachers Agency. G27, vol. September 26, George Poe published a review in this summer's Sewanee Review vol. Professor Poe will also have a review article appearing in the "Arts and Letters" section of the upcoming winter issue of The Sewanee Review.
May 28, Dr. Their articles deal with food, politics, sports, the environment, and celebrities. You will be impressed with their mastery of the language and will hopefully find the topics interesting. May 28, Southern Teachers Agency still has quite a few French vacancy listings from schools for the school year. April 11, In Formal Revolution in the Work of Baudelaire and Flaubert, Kathryn Oliver Mills argues that despite the enduring celebrity of Baudelaire and Flaubert, their significance to modern art has been miscast and misunderstood.
To date, literary criticism has paid insufficient attention to these authors' literary form and their socio-cultural context. To purchase from Barnes and Noble or Amazon, please read more. December 12, Southern Teachers Agency has begun to receive French vacancy listings from schools for the school year. Susan Cohen-Nicole trans. Women in French Studies. Nineteenth-Century French Studies. Simon Kemp.. Mater dolorosa: Motherhood reclaimed in three novels by Marcelle Tinayre.
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