A Brief Overview
TEACHING POSITIONS HELD
Princeton University, Princeton Writing Program, (Lecturer) (Princeton, NJ), 2015-Present
University of Michigan, Summer Bridge Scholars Program, (Teacher) (Ann Arbor, MI), Summer 2014.
University of Michigan at Ann Arbor (Graduate Student Instructor in the English, Comparative Literature, and French Departments) (Ann Arbor, MI), 2008-2013.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Teacher’s Assistant) (Urbana, IL), 2005-2006.
Collège Enest Renan and Collège Saint-Herblain (Language Assistant, Middle Schools) (Nantes, France), 2004-2005.
Lycée Montesquieu (Language Assistant, High School) (Le Mans, France) 2003-2004.
Lawrenceville School, Lawrenceville Summer Scholars (Teacher for 6th-10th grade) (Lawrencevillle, NJ), Summer 2021.
Princeton University, Freshman Scholars Institute, (Teacher’s Assistant and Writing Center Fellow) (Princeton, NJ), Summers 2015-2016.
Northwestern University’s Center for Talent Development (Summer Spectrum Program for Middle School Students) (Evanston, IL), 2005.
BRIEF OVERVIEW OF DISCIPLINES & COURSES TAUGHT
Comparative Literature Courses: I’ve taught survey courses and self-designed courses on literature and illness, dreams and the literary imagination, and crime fiction, among others.
French Language Courses: I have experience teaching beginning and intermediate levels, which I taught using short stories, historical documents, pop songs, and other content.
Writing and Composition Courses: I have over five years of teaching experience in this field. I am well-versed in teaching students how to pose analytical questions, engage in research, how to analyze texts (literary and non literary), as well as how to formulate an interesting and arguable thesis based on evidence.
Future courses: I would like to draw on my expertise both in Comparative Literature and in teaching writing to design and teach courses on ekphrastic poetry, international crime fiction, Mediterranean women writers, poetry and science.