French & Francophone Studies
Brigid Burke (Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University): World Language Pedagogy; Communicative Language Teaching; Differentiated Instruction; Professional Development; Educational Reform; Social Justice Pedagogy; Expeditionary Learning
Beatrice Guenther, (Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, Princeton University): 19th-century French and German Narrative; 20th-century & Contemporary Québec Studies; Literatures of Migration (Québec & Algeria); Gender Studies. Also teaches for the program of Canadian Studies/Graduate Coordinator/ Teaching Assistant Coordinator
Deborah Houk Schocket, (Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania): 19th-century Narrative; Representing Childhood and Child-rearing from the 18th to the 20th century/Advisor for Undergraduates & Study Abroad
Jennifer Wolter, (Ph.D., The Ohio State University): 19th-century French Literature; French Cinema & Film Adaptation; Linguistics/Faculty Advisor of the French House
Opportune Zongo, (Ph.D. University of California, Santa Cruz): Francophone African and Caribbean Literatures and Cultures; African Women Writers; Francophonie; Globalization and its Impact on Contemporary Francophone Cultures; Post-colonial Theories. Also teaches in the program of Women's Studies.