- Blake, Nancy
ProfessorComparative Lit 3072 Flb 707 S Mathews M/C 160 Urbana, IL firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall 2016: MW 2-3
19th- and 20th-Century European and American literature, painting and film; Modernism and Post-Modernism, Interdisciplinary research, Psychoanalytic theory, Women's studies, Translation.
- Derhemi, Eda
Lecturer2123 FLB email@example.com
Fall 2016: T 12-12:50, R 1-1:50
Minority languages of Europe; Linguistic endangerment and language death; Language law and minorities of Italy; Language and ethnicity; Albanian, Arbëresh and Arvanitika in Mediterranean contexts; Language of the media; Critical discourse analysis.
- Fagyal, Zsuzsanna
Director of Graduate Studies
French Linguistics Graduate Advisor2130 FLB firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring 2017: 12:00-2:00
Phonetics, Phonology, and Sociolinguistics of French, Language and Minorities in Europe. Varieties of French, language variation and change in Parisian French, social networks, lexical innovations, and computational modeling of the spread of innovations.
- Fresco, Alain
Director of Undergraduate Advising, French2004 FLB email@example.com
Spring 2017: TR 2:15-4:30 pm & by appointment
The Négritude poets, literature from French West Africa: representation of tradition and modernity in the novels from 1950 to the present; gender roles - interested in the various theories of racism in nineteenth-, twentieth-century colonial and postcolonial discourse. Director of Undergraduate Studies and Undergraduate Student Advisor.
- Keller, Marcus
Department Head2090H FLB (Head's Office); 2120 FLB firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring 2017: by appointment
Early modern French literature and culture (16th and 17th century); Rabelais, Pléiade, Montaigne, d'Aubigné, and Corneille; aesthetics and politics; early modern orientalism; the nation in literary and theoretical discourse; French and European theater.
- Mall, Laurence
Associate Professor2154 FLB email@example.com
Spring 2017: M 12:00-1:00; W 3:30-4:30
Eighteenth-century French literature and philosophy –emphasis on the philosophes, on the novel, and on history of ideas. Literature and the French Revolution. Theories of everyday life. Ethics and literature. Gender issues. Autobiography. Rousseau, Diderot, Prévost, Marivaux, Mercier, Rétif.
- Mathy, Jean-Philippe
Professor4080 FLB firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring 2017: by appointment
Late modern and contemporary French literature and culture, intellectual history (19th-20th c.), comparative cultural criticism (France-U.S.), French-American intellectual relations, sociology of culture and literature, contemporary social and critical theory, literature and nationalism, computer imaging/computer-assisted teaching (culture and civilization).
- Mroz, Aurore
Graduate Advisor for Language Learning/SLATE2109 FLB email@example.com
Spring 2017: R 11:30-12:30 pm or by appointment
21st-century curriculum for the FL classroom, Teaching and Learning L2 culture, Integration of Pronunciation and Proficiency in the L2 classroom, Acquisition of L2 critical thinking, L2 negotiation of meaning, Computer-Assisted and -Mediated Language Teaching and Learning, Virtual Language Learning Environments, Critical Digital L2 Literacy, Mixed-methods and process-oriented research for SLATE
- Poucel, Jean-Jacques
Visiting Assistant Professor2101 FLB firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall 2016: R 3:30-4:30 or by appointment.
20th & 21st century French literature; comparative modern poetry and poetics; OULIPO; modernisms and the avant-garde; hybrid writing & digital poetics; translation theory and practice; creative prose & poetry translation; contemporary French & Francophone film in language pedagogy
- Reynolds, Felisa
Assistant Professor2170 FLB email@example.com
2016-17: on leave
Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Literature in French, from former French colonies and the French-speaking world. Special concentration on the French Caribbean. Interests in West Africa and North Africa. Post-colonial theory and analysis.
- Rota, Emanuel
Graduate Advisor for Italian Studies2117 FLB firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall 2016: W 2-3, R 11-12 or by appointment
Emanuel Rota specializes in intellectual history. His research focuses on the Mediterranean and the South of Europe. He teaches courses on postcolonial Italy, the Southern question and biopolitics.
- Rushing, Robert
Associate Professor2122 FLB email@example.com
Spring 2017: T 2:00-3:00; W 11:00-12:00
19th and 20th century Italian literature and culture; contemporary Italian fiction; Italian film; critical and interpretive theory; popular culture; comparative literary studies; genre.
- Stoppino, Eleonora
Undergraduate Advisor, Italian
Director, Program in Medieval Studies2120 FLB firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall 2016: W 2-3, R 1-2
Literature and culture of the Middle Ages and Early Modern period; Dante, Boccaccio, Ariosto, Tasso, the Italian epic tradition, medieval conduct literature; gender studies; travel literature and Mediterranean studies; philology and semiotics; animal studies.