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Maya Angela Eipe Smith
Assistant Professor in French
Associate Professor of French, Graduate Program Coordinator
Alumni, French Studies
Congratulations to our 2018-2019 Graduates!
(June 21, 2019)
French & Italian Studies Faculty Update
(May 6, 2019)
FIS Holds Dictée at French Fest 2019
(April 3, 2019)
UW Welcomes Québec Artist Sophie Labelle
(November 1, 2018)
Vacation, J’adore: 5 Transportive Reads
(September 24, 2018)
French Major Christelle Silué Travels to Ivory Coast to do Research and Advocacy Work
(August 21, 2018)
French Major Lia Koklic on the UW + Amazon Mentors Program
(April 23, 2018)
Associate Professor Louisa Mackenzie to Participate in Public Symposium "Legitimatizing iel" at Vassar College
(March 21, 2018)
French Alumni Peadar Kavanagh to Start PhD Program at the University of Chicago
(March 14, 2018)
French Club Meetings in Winter Quarter
(January 23, 2018)
Martin Horst Featured in the College of Arts & Sciences Perspectives Newsletters
(June 8, 2017)
French Major Martin Horst Presents Honors Thesis at the Cornell Undergraduate Lingustics Colloquium
(May 2, 2017)
Enroll now in Summer French and Italian Classes!
(April 18, 2017)
French Cinema Club Spring Quarter: Immigrant and Refugee Stories in the Francophone World
(March 28, 2017)
UW French Cinema Club announces Winter Quarter movie screenings
(February 10, 2017)
Richard Watts Spotlight in the Whole U's Faculty Friday
(December 16, 2016)
2016 FIS Undergrad Photo Contest: Winners Announced!
(November 18, 2016)
Congratulations, 2016 FIS Graduates!
(June 10, 2016)
2016 FIS Grad Student Colloquium a Success
(June 6, 2016)
A day of information sessions! Come learn about academic semesters abroad and internships in Paris, Strasbourg, and Brussels!
(February 12, 2016)
2015 FIS Photo Contest Winners Announced!
(November 19, 2015)
KING5 News Sits in on class discussion of recent Paris attacks
(November 17, 2015)
A message from Richard Watts, Chair of French and Italian Studies, regarding the recent events in Paris.
(November 16, 2015)
UW Students Meet with Martinican Artist Laurent Valère
(June 24, 2015)
French Major Nominated for $5,000 Scholarship!
(April 23, 2015)
PhD Candidate Claire Mouflard to Join Faculty at Union College in the Fall
(May 6, 2014)
Spring 2014 Course: "Animal Studies" in French and Francophone Contexts
(February 7, 2014)
Spring 2014 Course: French Language and Cultural Identity
(February 7, 2014)
Spring 2014 Course: Francophone Literature and Cultures
(February 5, 2014)
Spring 2014 Course: Atelier d’écriture/Writer’s Workshop
(February 5, 2014)
First Annual FIS Photo Contest - Voting open from Nov. 19- Nov. 21
(November 19, 2013)
W14 Course: Qui sommes-nous?The Quest for Identity in Québécois Literature and Culture
(November 7, 2013)
Teaching With Technology Fellows Explore New Ways to Present Class Content
(October 2, 2013)
Martinique Program Students Shake Hands with French Prime Minister, Jean-Marc Ayrault
(June 27, 2013)
Louisa Mackenzie receives Honorable Mention for recent book project
(February 1, 2013)
Course Highlights - Winter 2013
(November 1, 2012)
FIS Faculty present at the 110th Annual Conference of the Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association (PAMLA), October 19-21, 2012, hosted by Seattle University
(October 25, 2012)
Assoc. Prof. Richard Watts begins five-year term as Chair of French & Italian Studies
(July 2, 2012)
French Alumna to Begin Peace Corps Position in Morocco
(May 2, 2012)
Spotlight on Graduate Student Research: Claire Mouflard
(March 15, 2012)
Plans for Study Abroad Program in Martinique
(December 21, 2011)
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
Smith, Maya Angela. Practices of Senegalese Immigrants in Rome: Construction of Identities and Negotiation of Boundaries. (2015).
Claire Mouflard. L'Autre en Mouvement: Representations of the Postcolonial Urban Other in Contemporary Metropolitan French Literature, Art and Cinema. Diss., 2014.
Louisa Mackenzie. "It's a Queer Thing: Early Modern French Ecocriticism."
French Literature Series
39. Rodopi, 2012.
Richard Watts. "Poisoned Animal, Polluted Form: Chamoiseau’s Birds at the Limits of Allegory."
Pacific Coast Philology
Lisa Connell. "Pedagogically Speaking: Francophone Women's Autobiography and the Learning." Diss., 2010.
Yuqiu Meng. "At the Crossroads of Colonialism, Empire and Revolution: The 'Old Colonies' in French Literature 1788-1848." Diss., 2010.
John Matthies. "Fort Apache: The Literary Lives of the Parisian
." Diss., 2005.
Packaging Post/Coloniality: The Manufacture of Literary Identity in the Francophone World
. Lexington Books: 2005.
Kelly Ruhlig. "Moufida Tlatli: Reflections of Tunisia." Honors Thesis.
Events mentioning "Francophone"
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