Scott Taylor

Senior Instructor of French

Current Courses

Fall 2022 - FRENCH 101 & 201

Winter 2023 - FRENCH 102, 385, & 497

Spring 2023 - FRENCH 103 & 332


Research Interests

  • French Theatre & Performance Studies; Semiotics; Critical Theory; French Literature Across the Ages; Foreign Language Education

Selected Publications

Infidelity, Adaptation, and Textuality: Approaches to Directing Late-Medieval and Early Modern French Farce. Text & Presentation. McFarland Books. April 2020.

Out of the Classroom and into the Community: A Practical Ethnography in Directing Foreign Language Theatre. Text & Presentation. McFarland Books. 2017. SKU: 9781476670362

Integrating Performance Studies into the Foreign Language Curriculum via Digital Media: New Adventures in Multiliteracies. French Review, vol. 87.1.2013.

Croisades in Québec: On the Semiotics of Performance and Contemporary French/Francophone Dramaturgie’”. Review: The Journal of Dramaturgy, vol. 22(2). 2012

Reconfiguring Character: Machinic Semiosis and Autopoeitic Subjectivity in Sarrautes Pour un oui ou pour un non. European Drama and Performance Studies, Var. 1, ISSN 2045-8541, March 2012.

French Tragic Farce in an Age of Interpellation. Journal of Modern Drama. University of Toronto Press, v.51:2. Summer 2008.

Multilateral and Holistic Perspectives in Contemporary Performance Theory: Understanding Patrice Pavis Integrated SemioticsJournal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism. University of Kansas Press, v.19:2. Spring 2005.