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Bienvenue! Welcome to French at Montclair State!
Interested in discussing our graduate programs in French, studying abroad, or just want to chat in French? If so, please click on the email link above to send me a message. The MSU French community cultivates creative opportunities for speaking French, from “salons de conversation,” films, and immersion day experiences in NJ and New York City to making crêpes, beignets, and bûches de Noël while listening to French-language music in the residence halls. You can follow these on our web site (https://www.montclair.edu/modern-languages-and-literatures/news-and-events/) or via Twitter and Instagram: @msufrench. We also have wonderful partnerships and study abroad opportunities in France and Quebec.
I teach a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses related to French language, literature, and culture, with particular emphasis on the medieval period and the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. I currently serve as 19th-century French executive committee president for the Modern Language Association and as webmaster of the Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies Association.
**Five-year combined BA/MA in French Studies
**MA in French, Concentration in Professional French Translation
**12-credit Graduate Certificate in Professional French Translation
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Au plaisir de vous parler!
Medieval and nineteenth-century French literature and cultural studies. The reception of medieval art, architecture, and literature in nineteenth and twentieth-century Europe and America. Early photojournalism, celebrity interviews, European and American writer house museums, Naturalism, Decadence, mysticism, cabaret culture, nineteenth-century French theater. The collection and study of Asian art in nineteenth-century France. Global food politics and sustainability studies.
For a list of recent publications please visit MSU's Digital Commons repository: https://works.bepress.com/elizabeth-emery/