Office: ML 329
BA, MA, (Université de Montréal), PhD, (Université d’Ottawa)
Loula Abd-elrazak was awarded a PhD in French literature from the University of Ottawa. Her thesis subject was : « Critical Edition of French Manuscript 9198 : La Vie et Miracles de Nostre-Dame de Jehan Miélot ».
519-888-4567 x31140 Office: ML 342 D.E.U.G (Lettres, Arts, Expression et Communication), Université Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3, 1988 M.A. French Studies, University of Waterloo, 2004 PhD French Studies, University of Toronto, 2010
BA (Toronto), MA, PhD (Western)
Professor Hannah Fournier is a specialist in 16th-century Renaissance and Reformation literature and in the history of French Women Writers, with a particular interest in Marie de Gournay and Marguerite de Navarre.
Office: ML 332A
Office: ML 344
Office: ML 327
BA (Minsk), MA (Minsk), MA (Western University)
Mikalai Kliashchuk is a specialist in linguistics with a specialisation in syntax. He obtained his Master’s degree in French at the University of Western Ontario and he is currently finishing his PhD dissertation focusing on the syntax and semantics of interrogative constructions.
BA (York-Glendon), MA (Toronto), PhD (Montréal)
Kerry Lappin-Fortin is Associate Professor of French “across the creek” at St. Jerome’s. She has many years of experience teaching both French and English as second languages, and has taught numerous courses in linguistics and translation.
Office: ML 330
Office: ML 338B
BA, MA, PhD (Toronto)
Professor Anne Marie Miraglia is a specialist of francophone novelists from Black and Arab Africa, Québec and the French Caribbean. Her research includes literary theory, semiotics, narratology and feminist criticism.
Office: DMS 2128
BA, MA, PhD (Western)
Professor McWebb’s present research focuses mainly on late medieval French literature and the Digital Humanities. She has published extensively on the late medieval French writer Christine de Pizan as well as on the Roman de la rose.
BA, MA, PhD (British Columbia)
Professor Gabriel Niccoli is a comparatist specializing in Italian, French and English 16th-century literature.
BA (Montreal), PhD (State University of New York, Buffalo), FRSC
François Paré's work is in the area of minority literatures, literature as a cultural institution, and 16th-century France. His book, Les littératures de l'exiguïté (Le Nordir, 1992, 1995, 2001), was awarded the Governor General's Award in 1993.
B.A., M.A. (Dalhousie), Doctorat 3e cycle (Aix-en-Provence)
Office: PAS 2418
Professor Ryan is a linguist whose field of specialization is the Acadian speech of Atlantic Canada. He has published two books on the phonology and the verb morphology of Nova Scotian Acadian dialect.
B.A. (Toronto), M.A. (Iowa), Ph.D. (Toronto)
Paul Socken is a specialist in French-Canadian literature, particularly in the novel. He has done research on the thematic and stylistic aspects of Gabrielle Roy and is currently publishing in the area of mythology and French-Canadian literature.
Office: ML 340
Doctorat d'État (Paris Ouest, Nanterre)
B.A. (Waterloo) M.A. (Toronto), Ph.D. (London)