1 Agnès Peysson-Zeiss 101 N. Merion Ave Bryn Mawr, PA EDUCATION: 1994 Ph.D. French Literature, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan. Dissertation: Rôle et fonction du monument médiéval dans la littérature du dix-neuvième siècle. Director: Laurence M. Porter M.A., French Literature, MSU Licence, Université de Provence (B.A.), France. Major: American and English Literature. Minor: Phonetics, Phonology, and F.L.E. (Teaching French as a Foreign Language.) TEACHING EXPERIENCE AND COURSES TAUGHT: Present Lecturer in French, in charge of the Intensive French Language Track, Bryn Mawr College. Summer 2013 Institut d Etudes Françaises d Avignon : Course titled Approches stylistiques du texte moderne : Study of the evolving literary styles in 19 th and early 20 th century France, with particular attention to the ways in which literary movements express themselves through stylistic innovations Recruitment coordinator for the Institut d Etudes Françaises d Avignon: promotion and advertisement of the program in US institutions. Summer Summer 2009 Institut d Etudes Françaises d Avignon: Course on Marseille which explores the richly layered cultural heritage of the "Phocean city" from its early settlement to the present, with particular attention to its recent past as a city of immigration. Institut d Etudes Françaises d Avignon. Graduate course: Atelier d écriture Lecturer in French, University of Pennsylvania, PA. Courses : Advanced French, Grammar and Composition and Perspectives in French Literature and History of Modern France from the Revolution to Upper School French and Spanish teacher, The William Penn Charter School, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Courses taught: French third, fourth, and fifth year (Advanced Placement), and Spanish one. Restructured French curriculum to increase focus on oral and cultural proficiency.
2 Lecturer in French, Baylor University, Texas. Courses taught: beginning through intermediate levels of French language and francophone culture; intensive summer language program for honors students, fourth year literature courses, and francophone literature in translation Graduate Teaching Assistant, MSU, Department of Romance and Classical Languages and English Language Center. Courses taught: beginning and intermediate French, conversational French, intermediate and advanced English as a second language, content courses in English as a second language (Drama, Film, & Current Events) Co-Coordinator of French Language Instruction, MSU Graduate Teaching Assistant, Seminar for Teachers of French, MSU. PUBLICATIONS: A. Books Littérature et architecture: le dix-neuvième siècle. Maryland: University Press of America, B. Articles Chants et vies de femmes dans Les silences du palais de Moufida Tlatli. International Journal of Francophone Studies. 9.2 (2006) : La nouba des femmes du Mont Chénoua: de l histoire muette au cinéma parlant, CinémAction N.111 (2ème trimestre 2004): Blood and Oblivion: Women's History in the Works of Assia Djebar. Phoebe 14.1&2 (Spring and Fall 2002): Five Entries (Chateaubriand, François-René de; Dumas père, Alexandre; Gauthier, Théophile; Hugo, Victor; Michelet, Jules) in. Laurence M. Porter, Ed. A Gustave Flaubert Encyclopedia. Westport: Greenwood Press, Le blanc de l'algérie: une liturgie aux disparus, International Journal of Francophone Studies 2.3 (1999). Lamartine et le mythe du paradis perdu: la chute d'un ange Tropos (1993) C. Book Review S. Gilson Miller & M.Bertagnin Ed. The Architecture and Memory of the Minority Quarter in the Muslim Mediterranean City. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, Forthcoming. PRESENTATIONS: A Visual Voyage Through Trauma: Genocide, Mass-massacres and Resilience. Graphic Novel and Bande Dessinée Conference. Paris, 2015
3 Aesthetic Representations of Trauma Graphic Novel Style: Resilience and Survival. ALA, Bayreuth, 2015 «Regaining one s voice: metalangue and aesthetic representation in post-genocidal areas. INOGS, Cape Town, 2014 Danseuses cambodgiennes : l envers du miroir. French Colonial Historical Society, Siem Reap, Cambodia, Romans graphiques et génocides : entre effondrement et résistance CIEF, île Maurice, 2013 L enfant multiple: un rêve impossible dans une méditerranée tourmentée? CIEF, Thessaloniki, Greece 2012 Marseille: Immigration et identité. CIEF, Aix-en-Provence, France 2011 Satin rouge ou le tournage d une Renaissance. SAMLA, Atlanta, GA 2009 Global Simulation: a Convergence of Culture, History and Experience. ACTFL, Orlando, FL, A door to the sky: a cinematic palimpsest. University of Alabama, April La reconstitution mémorielle ou l entre-deux artistique entre Essence ordinaire et Zeida de nulle part. MMLA, Milwaukee WI, November Satin rouge : entre enfermement et libération. ALA, Boulder CO, April " Chants et vies de femmes dans Les silences du palais de Moufida Tlatli," C.I.E.F. (Conseil International d Etudes Francophones), Liège, Belgium, June "Le gône du Chaâba ou la représentation cinématographique d une identité interculturelle," Colloque International sur le cinéma de la France et du monde francophone depuis 1980, Halifax, Canada, September Haïti chérie ou le rêve américain interrompu. African Literature Association, Richmond, Virginia, April Francophonie and History: Teaching Past, Present and Future, Session Chair, South Central MLA. San Antonio, Texas, September Le sang et l'oubli: histoires de femmes dans l'oeuvre d'assia Djebar, C.I.E.F. (Conseil International d Etudes Francophones), Sousse, Tunisia, May Virtual Reality in the Works of Nicole Brossard, South Central MLA, New Orleans, Louisiana, November "Le blanc de l'algérie: une liturgie aux disparus," International Colloquium of Twentieth Century Studies, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, September " Assia Djebar: esthétique et représentation, Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, Lexington, Kentucky, April 1998.
4 A Pedagogical Approach to Teaching Assia Djebar: Cries and Whispers in the Classroom, PAMLA, San José, California, November Vaste est la prison: Assia Djebar s Novel of Effacement, Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, Lexington, Kentucky, April L amour la fantasia: Unveiling the Self, Cincinnati Modern Language Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio, May Our Texts OurSelves, (respondent) Midwestern MLA, Saint Louis, Missouri, November Autobiography and the Discourse of Fragmentation in Villon sthe Testament, Southeastern Medieval Conference, Washington D.C., Fall HONORS, AWARDS AND GRANTS: 2012 Mellon Tri-College Residency Grant. Working with Mahi Binebine, our artist in residence on questions of migration, hybridity and urban discourse in the context of the 360 Mediterranean port-city project Tri-Mellon Grant. Developing cross-curricular ties and courses on Mediterranean port-cities: dealing with issues of modernity, immigration, and diaspora Curriculum Development Grant, Bryn Mawr College. Redesigning French 260: Stylistics and Translation Technology development grant, William Penn Charter School (integration of technology in the classroom using Web class Tools, and Smart Board technology) Research Travel Grant (Tunisia), Old Penn Charter Alumni Association Curriculum development Grant (articulation of beginning to advanced levels in the French program) William Penn Charter School Faculty Development Travel Grant, William Penn Charter School Summer Research Fellowship with the Institute of Oral History (Interviews with members of the Félibrige cultural movement), Baylor University Research Development Grant, and sabbatical to develop a course in Provençal Culture, Baylor University. 1991, 1992 Departmental merit fellowship, MSU. SERVICE: Fall 2013 Independent study: Blog translation from the Eastern Part of the Congo: Empowering women through Digital Media.
5 2013 Praxis Steering Committee Member 2010-present Outreach Program with NSC (Nationalites Service Center) and AFAHO (African Family Health Organization) for language exchange Steering Committee Member: International Faculty Group, Bryn Mawr College Senior thesis reader for work on Assia Djebar 2011 Participant in the Bryn Mawr/Haverford Teacher Education Committee (TEC). Supervising Teaching Certification in French for a Bryn Mawr Student present Proofreading French for undergraduate thesis on Celtic language. Teacher Training: Working closely with our Graduate Assistant, a CAPES recipient, who is teaching the second section of French 001 Intensive. Praxis: Integrating a community-based learning component in French courses by working with BMC students and immigrant French speaking communities in the Philadelphia under the auspices of the Praxis and Civic Engagement Office at BMC Proofreading for DatAsia: George Groslier s Danseuses Cambodgiennes: anciennes et modernes. Paris: Augustin Challamel, Diversity Committee Member: The French International School of Philadelphia. Summer 2003 Organized and led a three-week home stay program to France for Penn Charter students Community Service/Reading program, Taylor School (English/Spanish Bilingual School) Diversity Committee, the William Penn Charter School Technology Committee member, the William Penn Charter School La Table Française, Baylor University Co-Editor Tropos (graduate student journal indexed in the MLA Annual Bibliography), MSU. INTERESTS: French and Francophone Literatures and Cultures (North, West African, Caribbean and South East Asian [Khmer]) 19 th, 20th and 21 st Century French Literature and Culture Foreign Language Pedagogy and Technology
6 MEMBERSHIPS IN ACADEMIC ORGANIZATIONS AND JOURNALS: African Literature Association (ALA) American Association of Teachers of French (AATF) Conseil International d'etudes Francophones (CIEF) Language Learning and Technology (LLT) Modern Language Association (MLA) South Eastern Modern Language Association (SAMLA) LANGUAGES: Bilingual in French and English. Excellent knowledge of oral and written Spanish. Some Knowledge of Russian Some Knowledge of Khmer COMPUTER SKILLS: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, MacroMedia Dreamweaver, Imovie (video camera editing), Blackboard, and Moodle.
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