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Part-time Lecturer in French
Senior Lecturer in Italian
Associate Professor of French, Graduate Program Coordinator
Alumni, French Studies
Associate Professor of French Studies Louisa Mackenzie publishes co-edited special issue of H-France Salon on transgender representation in French
(July 25, 2019)
FIS Holds Dictée at French Fest 2019
(April 3, 2019)
Apply Now for the UW Rome Center Internship!
(January 30, 2019)
French Alumnus Taking Language to Court
(January 7, 2019)
UW Welcomes Québec Artist Sophie Labelle
(November 1, 2018)
Italian Major Allison Dumitriu Carcoana Wins Library Research Award
(June 11, 2018)
Department Chair Rich Watts Weighs in on the French Election for Q13 Fox
(May 8, 2017)
French Major Martin Horst Presents Honors Thesis at the Cornell Undergraduate Lingustics Colloquium
(May 2, 2017)
French Doctoral Candidate Hailey Burgess Awarded the Elizabeth Kerr Macfarlane Endowed Scholarhip and Selected for Human-Animal Studies Summer Institute
(April 26, 2017)
Richard Watts Spotlight in the Whole U's Faculty Friday
(December 16, 2016)
Seattle International Film Festival Recognizes Claudio Mazzola
(December 5, 2016)
Madrigal & Villapondo speak to French 212 students about NWDC Resistance
(May 18, 2015)
Smith, Maya Angela.
Senegal Abroad: Linguistic borders, racial formations, and diasporic imaginaries.
University of Wisconsin Press, 2019.
Smith, Maya Angela. Negotiating Martinican Identity amid French Universalism: Racial and Linguistic Considerations. (2018).
Whittingham, Luke. “Gordijiguène and Colonialities : Importing Homophobia and Violence against Queers in Senegal.” 2018.
Smith, Maya Angela. French Heritage Language Learning: a Site of Community Building, Cultural Exploration and Self-reflection. (2017).
Critical Multilingualism Studies
Smith, Maya Angela. Who is a Legitimate French Speaker?: The Senegalese in Paris and the Crossing of Linguistic and Social Borders. (2015).
French Cultural Studies
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