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The main goal of French studies at UD is to ensure that enrolled students become skilled in using the French language to communicate with French speakers all over the world. On campus and through study abroad, every effort is made so that students understand as fully as possible French and Francophone literature and civilization and the contributions they have made and continue to make to human culture. Students will find the French program at the University of Delaware to be one of the most rewarding and positive linguistic and cultural experiences. Immerse yourself in the culture of France and francophone world by exploring their rich literatures, films, history, politics, and current events. Prepare for graduate study, at the MA or PhD level, or for a career in international business, journalism, translation, editing, marketing, travel, teaching, or many other fields. Expand your world and prepare your future: discover the fascination of a culture that has contributed and continues to contribute to human culture.
Study French at UD!
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Spring 2021 Courses
Fall 2021 Courses
ALI ALALOU Associate Professor of French and Pedagogy
JUDY CELLI Instructor of French
DONNA COULET DU GARD Instructor of French
ANA OANCEA Assistant Professor of French firstname.lastname@example.org (302) 831-3388
ANNA OGUNNAIKE Instructor of French (Supplemental Faculty)
FLORA POINDEXTER Instructor of French
EDGARD SANKARA Associate Professor of French
DEBORAH STEINBERGER Associate Professor of French and Comparative Literature Director, Program in Comparative Literature
BRUNO THIBAULT Edward Rosenberg and Elizabeth Goodman Professor of French Literature
THEODORE BRAUN Emeritus Professor of French email@example.com
MARY DONALDSON-EVANS Elias Ahuja Professor Emerita firstname.lastname@example.org
BONNIE ARDEN ROBB Associate Professor Emerita of French email@example.com