1 TIMOTHY J. WILLIAMS EDUCATION: DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (French) University of Kansas, 2000 (cum laude). MASTER OF ARTS (French) University of Kansas, 1988 (cum laude). DIPLOME SUPERIEUR de Français des Affaires (Commercial French) conferred by examination of the Chambre de Commerce et d Industrie de Paris, 1987 (Mention: Bien). MASTER OF MUSIC (Theory) University of Kansas, ADVANCED STUDIES (3 ème degré) in French literature and civilization at the Université Michel de Montaigne (Bordeaux III) Bordeaux, France, BACHELOR OF MUSIC (Composition) University of Tulsa, 1981 (cum laude). PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF FRENCH, Franciscan University (Steubenville, Ohio) since August, (Assistant Professor ) I developed and direct the thriving French Program and teach all levels of French courses in language, civilization, and literature. In addition, I assist several students each year with foreign study programs in French or Québécois universities. I coordinate and supervise the teaching by several adjunct instructors each year, and I devised and implemented an assessment program for the French major. As a member of the Honors Program faculty, I occasionally teach Seminars V (Renaissance) and VI (Enlightenment) of our eight semester Great Books program. As need arises, I teach first-year Latin for the Classics Program. I am also a composer of classical music, and am active in the Fine Arts program, teaching an introductory course on the fine arts, giving lectures on music, and performing as a baritone soloist with the University Chorale. ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF FRENCH & GERMAN, Pittsburg (Kansas) State University, At one time or another, I taught all levels of French courses in language, civilization, and literature, along with a graduate course in medieval French, an elementary German course, and an elementary Latin tutorial. I played a key role in developing a foreign language degree assessment plan and a substantial revision of the entire French program. I served as the faculty advisor for the French Club and assisted French majors in securing study and work opportunities in France and Switzerland. FRENCH INTERPRETER for the Food and Feed Grain Institute (a project of the U.S. Agency for International Development) at Kansas State University, Manhattan (Kansas) Summers, In this capacity, I provided simultaneous interpretation (English to French) of lectures on grain
2 cv / Timothy J. Williams / page 2 storage and marketing for students from North Africa and Haiti. During the summer of 1992, I supervised a team of translators in producing the French version of an 80 page agricultural manual for the USAID. FRENCH INSTRUCTOR, Fort Hays (Kansas) State University, Summer I taught in an intensive program of French grammar review, composition, and conversation for high school teachers from western Kansas and eastern Colorado. ASSISTANT INSTRUCTOR OF FRENCH, University of Kansas, Lawrence, I taught elementary and intermediate French courses, and was a member of a team teaching in an experimental intensive French program (16 credit hours in one semester). ASSISTANT INSTRUCTOR OF MUSIC, University of Kansas, Lawrence, I taught music fundamentals, keyboard harmony, and sixteenth century counterpoint, and was one of the few graduate students selected to teach for the 1983 Midwestern Band Camp. SCHOLARSHIP: Books An English Translation of Pierre Boudot s Le cochon sauvage (The Wild Pig). Translated and Annotated, with a Critical Study of Pierre Boudot by Timothy J. Williams. Preceded by A Personal Encounter with Pierre Boudot, by Pierre-Claude Dégrange. (Publication forthcoming by the Edwin Mellen Press, 2010.) Desire and Persecution in Thérèse Desqueyroux and Other Selected Novels of François Mauriac. Foreword by Paul Cooke, University of Exeter. Lewisten, NY: Mellen, Chapters Images sacrificielles: Mauriac à la lumière de René Girard. In La culture religieuse de François Mauriac. Edited by Jean-François Durand. Paris: L Harmattan, Le sauvage et le civilisé dans les Lettres d une Péruvienne. In Continental, Latin-American and Francophone Women Writers. Vol. 4. Edited by Genette Adamson and Eunice Myers. Lanham: University Press of America, Articles A Vulnerable Hero: the Priest in the Novels of François Mauriac. (Forthcoming in Faith and Reason.)
3 cv / Timothy J. Williams / page 3 Some Allusions to French Literature in François Truffaut s Fahrenheit 451. (Forthcoming in West Virginia University Philological Papers, Vol. 55.) Martyrdom in Pierrette: Balzac s Unmasking of Scapegoat Violence. Renascence: Essays on Values in Literature 61.2 (Winter 2009): Sartre, Marcel, and The Flies: Restless Orestes in Search of a Café. The Midwest Quarterly 48.3 (Spring 2007): Thérèse and Anne: Mauriac s Mimetic Rivals. Romance Quarterly 48:2 (Spring 2001): The Chalice as a Key Symbol in the Death Scene of Atala. Romance Notes 38.1 (Fall 1997): Review of Pascal and Disbelief: Catechesis and Conversion in the Pensées, by David Wetsel. Review of Metaphysics 50.2 (December 1996): Dessein hagiographique balzacien: à propos de Pierrette. Dalhousie French Studies 28 (Fall 1994): Violence and Sacrifice in Mauriac s Thérèse Desqueyroux. The Midwest Quarterly 33.2 (Winter 1992): La menace du héros: à propos du Cid de Pierre Corneille. Cahiers du Dix-septième 4.2 (Fall 1990): Pascal et le problème du présent. Chimères: A Journal of French and Italian Literature 19.2 (Automne 1988): Conference papers & society lectures: Identity and Marginality in La vie devant soi and Madame Rosa (Romain Gary / Moshe Mizrahi). Thirty-Third Colloquium on Literature and Film. West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia, Oct. 8 10, 2009, Impotence and Empowering Sacrifice: Reconciliation in Mauriac s L agneau. Conference on Violence & Religion. Fearful Symmetries: Religion, Co-Existence and the Secular. St Mary s University & Heythrop College, London: July 8-12, Mimesis and Scapegoating in Balzac s Pierrette. Colloquium on Violence and Religion, University of California-Riverside, June 18-22, Mauriac à la lumière de René Girard. Meeting of the Association Internationale des Amis de François Mauriac, at the Institut de France, Paris, le l er` décembre 2007.
4 cv / Timothy J. Williams / page 4 Le prêtre comme héros vulnérable dans les romans de François Mauriac. Colloquium on Violence and Religion, Amsterdam, July 4-8, Mauriac s L agneau: A Christ Figure for a post-christian Age. Christ in Contemporary Cultures: A Cultural Studies Conference, Gordon College, Wenham, MA, Sept , The Forbidden French Literature of François Truffaut s Fahrenheit 451. Thirtieth Annual Colloquium on Literature and Film, West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia, September 15-17, La conquête tyrannique de la mort: une lecture de Tête d'or de Paul Claudel. Conference on Romance Languages and Literatures, Cincinnati, Ohio, May 15, Reflections on The Flies of Jean-Paul Sartre. Southwest Regional Conference on Christianity and Literature, Tulsa, Oklahoma, Oct. 4, 2002 Participant in a Liberty Fund Colloquium: Love, Liberty, and Order in Chaucer s Canterbury Tales. Portsmouth, New Hampshire, March 30 to April 2, Scapegoat Persecution in Mauriac s Le sagouin. Mideast Conference on Christianity and Literature, Steubenville, Ohio, October 16, French Poets of the 20th-Century Catholic Renaissance: Translations and Commentary. Mideast Conference on Christianity and Literature, Steubenville, Ohio, October 11, Chalice or Ciborium? Symbolism in the Death Scene of Chateaubriand s Atala. South- Central Conference on Christianity and Literature, New Orleans, Louisiana, Feb. 2, The Hagiographic Nature of Balzac s Pierrette. South-Central Conference on Christianity and Literature, Louisiana State University in Shreveport, Feb. 7, Belloc and the French Proverb. Meeting of the Hilaire Belloc Society of Lawrence, Kansas, April 25, Belloc and Rabelais. Meeting of the Hilaire Belloc Society of Lawrence, Kansas, April 16, Le Sauvage et le civilisé dans les Lettres d une Péruvienne. Wichita State University Conference on Foreign Literature, Wichita, Kansas, April 6, Thérèse Desqueyroux: The Sacrificial Victim. South-Central Conference on Christianity and Literature, New Orleans, Louisiana, Feb. 9, UNIVERSITY SERVICE: Current: Admissions Committee Previous: Cycling Club Advisor
5 cv / Timothy J. Williams / page 5 Emergency Preparedness Task Force French Film Series Sponsor Undeclared Student Advisor Study Abroad Advisor FOREIGN LANGUAGES: Faculty Standards Committee Honors Program Ad Hoc Committee Core Curriculum Task Force Student Welfare Committee Disciplinary Review Committee Fine Arts Committee French Club Faculty Advisor French: German: Latin: speak, read and write with near native fluency reading ability, limited conversational ability reading ability, pedagogical competency PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS: AATF AAUP ACTFL MLA American Association of Teachers of French American Association of University Professors American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Modern Language Association NON-PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES equitation; baseball; writing and performing music; writing poetry MILITARY SERVICE: Branch: Ohio Military Reserve (State Guard, National Guard Bureau) Grade/Rank: 0-4/Major Current Assignment: Executive Officer, 7th Historical Detachment, Camp Perry, Ohio Previous Assignments: Headquarters Commandant, Rickenbacker Air National Guard Base, Columbus, Ohio Public Affairs Officer, Recruiting & Retention Command, National Guard Armory, Ashtabula, Ohio MILITARY EDUCATION: ARMY ROTC Basic Camp (Fort Knox, KY) OHMR BOC Ohio Military Reserve Basic Officer Course (Camp Perry, OH) AIPD 191 Q1303 U.S. Army Military Police Basic Branch Orientation Course (Fort Eustis, VA) AIPD 191 Q1105 U.S. Army Military Police Advanced Branch Orientation Course (Fort Eustis, VA) SGAUS MEMS State Guard Association Military Emergency Management Specialist Course (TN) USMC CSC United State Marine Corps Command and Staff College (current enrollment) MILITARY AWARDS: Department of Defense: Ohio Military Reserve: Cold War Recognition Certificate. Outstanding Unit Citation Ribbon with Gold Frame; Longevity Service Ribbon; Officer Training Graduate Ribbon; Military
6 cv / Timothy J. Williams / page 6 Indoctrination Medal; Emergency Service Training Medal; Volunteer Service Medal; Military Readiness Medal; Recruiting Achievement Medal; Military Proficiency Ribbon. State Guard Association: Longevity Service Ribbon; Soldier Recognition Ribbon. MILITARY MEMBERSHIPS: State Guard Association of the United States Ohio State Guard Association Ohio Military Reserve Officer Association Musical Compositions by Timothy Williams Chamber Music Aria and Toccata, for Trumpet and Piano Configuration, for Flute, Vibraphone, Viola, and Cello Configuration, for Violin and Piano Suite for Viola and Piano Three Scenes for Flute and Piano Voice and Piano Barbara : cinq mélodies sur un texte de Jacques Prévert Four Songs of Yesteryear, for Medium Voice and Piano Les blés ont froid, sur un poème de Claude Lacaille Quatre mélodies françaises Three Songs, on Poems of Andrew Young Three Songs, on Poems of James Joyce Piano Solo Improvisation No. 2 Nine Contemporary Studies Nocturne, for prepared piano and recorded narration (on a text by Henry David Thoreau)
7 cv / Timothy J. Williams / page 7 Quatre Promenades (printanière; estivale; automnale; hivernale) Chorus (SATB) Sonnet for the Friend (text by Roger White) O Cool is the Valley (text by James Joyce) Orchestra October Sketches: Two Movements for Orchestra
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