French Language Faculty
Professor of French (2002)
|Office: Miller Hall 126|
B.A. & M.A., U. de Provence
Doctorat, Lettres, Université Paris 7-Denis Diderot.
Ph.D., University of Maryland.
Professor Hanania grew up in Marseille, Southern France. She studied philosophy, French literature and literary theory.
A specialist of the works of French writer Marguerite Duras and French theorist Roland Barthes, her research interest is in contemporary French and Francophone literatures and cultures. A member of MCL since 2002, she teaches French at all levels.
French Language Advisor & Associate Professor of French & Linguistics (2008)
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B.A., U. of New Brunswick
M.A., Carleton U.
Ph.D., U. of Alberta
Trained in linguistic anthropology, Dr. Keppie’s research interests lie in French Canada and Acadia. In particular, she works in various areas of sociolinguistics and applied linguistics. Her current research path is documenting the role of festivities and traditions in regards to language ideologies of the Acadian diaspora throughout the Canadian Maritimes, Québec, and Maine.
Professor of French (2001)
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B.A. & M.A., U. de Tours
M.B.A., U. of Kentucky
Ph.D., Ohio State U
Senior Instructor of French (2010)
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B.A. & M.A., U. of Tennessee
Ph.D., Florida State University
Dr. Taylor's research interest is in French Theatre & Performance Studies, Semiotics, Critical Theory, French Literature, and Foreign Language Education. He has taught French at all levels and produces and directs French language theatre productions in the Seattle area.