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Faculty


Jean-Godefroy Bidima

Jean-Godefroy Bidima
Professor of French, Yvonne Arnoult Chair in Francophone Studies
Ph.D., Université de Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne

Research Interests: Continental philosophy, literatures and arts of the Francophone world, African philosophies, juridical anthropology and medical ethics

Email: jbidima@tulane.edu
Office: NH436
Phone:(504) 862-3116
Hours: T 12-1:30, R 12-1


Linda Carroll

Linda Carroll
Professor of Italian
Ph.D., Harvard

Research Interests: Popular culture, the evolution of the author, patronage of the arts, the Renaissance as a distinctive period

Email: lincar@tulane.edu
Office: NH311M
Phone:(504) 865-5183
Hours: MWF 2-2:50, and by appointment


Elena Daniele

Elena Daniele
Visiting Assistant Professor of Italian
Ph.D., Brown University

Research Interests: Anthropology, ethnography, travel literature, and early modern Europe.

Email: edaniele@tulane.edu
Office: NH311R
Phone:(504) 862-3126
Hours: M 12-1, T 10:30-12, and by appointment


Fayçal Falaky

Fayçal Falaky
Associate Professor of French
Ph.D., New York University

Research Interests: 17th and 18th-century French Literature, Representations of Time Sociology of the Sacred, Religion and Science in the Eighteenth Century, Islam and Secularism

Email: ffalaky@tulane.edu
Office: NH311D
Phone:(504) 862-3129
Hours: On sabbatical, Fall 2014




Bouchaib Gadir

Bouchaib Gadir
Professor of Practice, Arabic
Ph.D., University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Research Interests: Language learning theories, Medieval Arabic literature, Polyphony in Modern Arabic novel and Identity and Exile in the Francophone Novel of the Maghreb.

Email: bgadir@tulane.edu
Office: NH311P
Phone:(504) 862-3124
Hours: MWF 3-4




Marky Jean-Pierre

Marky Jean-Pierre
Visiting Assistant Professor of French
Ph.D., University of Connecticut
Ed.D., University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Research Interests:Francophone Caribbean literature; language ideology in the Francophone Caribbean Region; Haitian language, culture, and history; language instruction, instructional design and students academic development; Contemporary Literary theory; postcolonial theory

Email: mjeanpie@tulane.edu
Office: NH311T
Phone:(504) 862-3128
Hours: T 10:45-12


Thomas Klingler

Thomas Klingler
Associate Professor of French
Ph.D., Indiana University

Research Interests: French linguistics; Creole studies; Louisiana French; dialectology; lexicography.

Email: klingler@tulane.edu
Office: NH311J
Phone:(504) 862-3114
Hours: MW 11-12, T 1:30-2:30, and by appointment


Felicia McCarren

Felicia McCarren
Professor of French
Ph.D., Stanford University

Research Interests: Cultural studies, performance theory and history of the performing arts, especially female performers; French and comparative literature and film; science and technology studies; Morocco and representations of Islam

Email: mccarren@tulane.edu
Office: NH311C
Phone:(504) 862-3112
Hours: W 12:30-2:30


Charles Mignot

Charles A. Mignot
Professor of Practice in French
Ph.D., University of Texas-Austin

Research Interests: French linguistics, second language acquisition and foreign language pedagogy, syntax and semantics

Email: cmignot@tulane.edu
Office: NH311Q
Phone:(504) 862-3125
Hours: MF 11-2, W 12-1, and by appointment


Roberto Nicosia

Roberto Nicosia
Visiting Assistant Professor of Italian
Ph.D., University of Messina
Ph.D., Rutgers University

Research Interests: 19th century nationalism, the presence of Greeks emigrés in Renaissance Italy, the Italian Novella, Boccaccio

Email: rnicosia@tulane.edu
Office: NH311S
Phone:(504) 862-3113
Hours: MW 2-3


Kristin Okoli

Kristin Adele Okoli
Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow
Ph.D., Yale University

Research Interests: Louisianan literature, Haitian art and literature, nineteenth-century French literature and culture, and popular music and performance in French and Creole languages

Email: kokoli@tulane.edu
Office: NH203
Phone:(504) 862-3021
Hours: R 1:45-3:45 and by appointment


Elizabeth Poe

Elizabeth Poe
Professor of French
Ph.D., Princeton University

Research Interests: Troubadour poetry, Occitan narrative, textual transmission, and manuscript studies

Email: bethpoe@tulane.edu
Office: NH311E
Phone:(504) 865-5171
Hours: M 2-3, T 1:30-2:30, and by appointment


Vaheed Ramazani

Vaheed Ramazani
Professor of French, Kathryn B. Gore Chair of French Studies
Ph.D., University of Virginia

Research Interests: 19th-century French literature and culture; critical theory; gender studies; war and media; trauma and cultural memory; international humanitarian law and ethics

Email: ramazani@tulane.edu
Office: NH311I
Phone:(504) 862-3118
Hours: R 2-4 and by appointment


Alexandra Reuber

Alexandra Reuber
Senior Professor of Practice, French
Ph.D., Louisiana State University

Specialty: Second Language Acquisition
Research Interests: Fantastic, Gothic, and Horror Fiction, Development of the Gothic and Fantastic tradition in literature and film, Adaptation theory, Popular culture and its use in the classroom, New Orleans representation in popular culture.

Email: areuber@tulane.edu
Office: NH311F
Phone:(504) 862-3115
Hours: T 2-3, R 11-12, and by appointment


Oana Sabo

Oana Sabo
Assistant Professor of French
Ph.D., University of Southern California

Research Interests: 20th- and 21st-century French and Francophone literature, postcolonial theory, globalization studies, transnationalism and diaspora, book history and the contemporary novel

Email: osabo@tulane.edu
Office: NH311L
Phone:(504) 862-3121
Hours: T 3:30-5, R 1-2, and by appointment


Annette Sojic

Annette Sojic
Senior Professor of Practice, French
Ph.D., Tulane University

Research Interests: 19th century French literature, language pedagogy, applied linguistics

Email: asojic@tulane.edu
Office: NH311G
Phone:(504) 862-3127
Hours: M 11-1, W 10-12, and by appointment


Michael Syrimis

Michael Syrimis
Associate Professor of Italian, Departmental Chair
Ph.D., University of Chicago

Research Interests: Italian cinema and literature; early 20th-century literature and technology; Italian avant-garde and modernism; film theory and history; Italian cinema of the 1930s and classical Hollywood cinema; Pasolini, writer and filmmaker

Email: msyrimis@tulane.edu
Office: NH311B
Phone:(504) 862-3119
Hours: M 11-12:30, W 2-3, and by appointment


Edwige Tamalet Talbayev

Edwige Tamalet Talbayev
Assistant Professor of French
Ph.D., University of California, San Diego

Research Interests: Francophone literature; postcolonial theory; Mediterranean studies; global modernism; diaspora; plurilingualism; subalternity; narratives of clandestine migration; French colonial history; Orientalism.

Email: etamalet@tulane.edu
Office: NH311K
Phone:(504) 862-3120
Hours: M 2-3, T 12-1 and by appointment


Toby Wikströmv

Toby Wikström
Assistant Professor of French
Ph.D., Columbia University

Research Interests: Early modern French literature, performance and culture, with a focus on seventeenth-century theater; literature and law; globalization and cross-cultural encounters; Atlantic and Mediterranean studies; post-colonial theory

Email: twikstrpm@tulane.edu
Office: NH311H
Phone:(504) 862-3117
Hours: M 12-1, F 1-3, and by appointment


Teresa Villa-Ignacio

Teresa Villa-Ignacio
Ph.D., Brown University
Postdoctoral Fellow in English
Visiting Scholar in French

Research Interests: 20th and 21st-century French, Francophone and U.S. American literature; poetry and poetics; translation studies; literary theory; ethics; intermediality; postcolonial studies; multiculturalism; globalization

Email: tvillaig@tulane.edu
Office: NH202
Phone:
Hours: TR 9:30-11:30


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