- Blake, NancyProfessorComparative Lit 3072 Flb 707 S Mathews M/C 160 Urbana, IL 61801(217)firstname.lastname@example.org
19th- and 20th-Century European and American literature, painting and film; Modernism and Post-Modernism, Interdisciplinary research, Psychoanalytic theory, Women's studies, Translation.
- Fagyal, ZsuzsannaAdvisor for Linguistics Associate ProfessorFrench 2090 Foreign Lang Bl 707 S Mathews M/C 158 Urbana, IL 61801(217) email@example.com
Phonetics, Phonology and Sociolinguistics of different varieties of French. French prosody, language variation and change in dialects and working-class Parisian French. Social networks, social interaction and linguistic innovations, adolescent language use, language and minorities in Europe.
- Fresco, AlainDirector of Undergraduate Studies Assistant Professor2090K FLB244firstname.lastname@example.org
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, MarcusDirector of Graduate Studies Associate Professor2107 FLB265email@example.com
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, LaurenceAdvisor for French Studies Associate Professor2154 FLB333firstname.lastname@example.org
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-PhilippeProfessor4072A FLB244email@example.com
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).
- Chaplin, TamaraAssociate ProfessorHistory 309 Gregory Hall 810 S Wright M/C 466 Urbana, IL 61801(217)firstname.lastname@example.org
Contemporary France; Modern European cultural and intellectual history; the histories of gender and sexuality; feminist and critical theory; queer studies; human rights, popular culture and the media.
- Markee, NumaAssociate ProfessorDepartment of Linguistics University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 4080 Foreign Languages Building 707 S Mathews MC 168 Urbana, IL 61801(217) email@example.com
Conversation analysis; the diffusion and management of curricular innovations; conversation analysis applied to second language acquisition, and classroom research.
- Prochaska, DavidAssociate Professor of History423 Gregory Hall, MC-466, 810 S. Wright St.(217) firstname.lastname@example.org
Comparative colonialism; North Africa, particularly Algeria; orientalism; the representation of Algeria in Western painting and photography; the construction of the Arab other.
- Rothberg, MichaelEnglish217email@example.com
Focus on Critical Theory; Comparative Twentieth-Century Literatures; Holocaust Studies, Diasporas and Globalization; Theories of Trauma, Memory, and Justice. His articles have appeared in Yale French Studies, Critical Inquiry, Criticism, Littérature, and Tangence. He is the author, most recently, of Multidirectional Memory: Remembering the Holocaust in the Age of Decolonization (Stanford University Press, 2009) and co-edited a special double issue of Yale French Studies, Noeuds de Mémoire: Multidirectional Memory in Postwar French and Francophone Culture.
- Talbot, EmileProfessor Emeritus106 1205.5 NevadaN/Aejtalbot@illinois.edu
Nineteenth-century French literature, with special interest in the novel and poetry. Interdisciplinary interests: literature and painting; literature and ideology. Québec literature, with special interest in the novel and poetry.