Dr. Marie-Magdeleine Chirol's office can be found in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures in 116 Deihl Hall. She enjoys teaching language, literature and film courses. She has taught classes ranging from elementary language to stylistics, from business French to cinema, and from introductory literature to literary seminars. Her primary research interests are the study of the artistic and literary motif of ruins in 20th and 21st-century literature and cinema as well as Francophone cinema. Secondarily, she is also interested in foreign language teaching methodology and computer-assisted instruction. See full bibliography.
Professor Chirol was named Chevalier dans l'Ordre des Palmes Académiques (Knight in the Order of Academic Palms) by the Cultural Ministry of France in 2012.
She was appointed as the Hazel Cooper Jordan Chair in Arts and Humanities in 2013.
Nominated by students, she received the Presidential Award for inspiring Faculty-Student Collaborations on Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity in 2015.
This page was last updated in August, 2008. © Marie-Magdeleine Chirol, 1997-2016.
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