Florence Marsal

Associate Professor in Residence


Education

PhD in French Studies, UConn, 2004; MA in Pedagogy and French, 1997, KSU; Maîtrise en français langue étrangère, 1996, Bordeaux III; Maîtrise en Lettres Modernes, 1994, Bordeaux III.

Areas of Expertise

Contemporary French Literature, French Arthurian Literature.

Bio:

She published her book Jacques Roubaud: prose de la mémoire et errance chevaleresque, Presses Universitaires de Rennes, in 2010. She has written numerous articles on Jacques Roubaud, the Prose Lancelot, Jacques Roubaud and Florence Delay’s Graal Théâtre, and Merlin, in journals such as L’Esplumeoir, Sites, The Once and Future Classroom. She regularly presents communications at the International 20th-21st century French Studies Colloquium, as well as at the International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo.

Curriculum Vitae

 

Florence Marsal
Contact Information
Emailflorence.marsal@uconn.edu
Phone+1 860 486 3314
Office LocationOak 251
Office HoursTuesday/Thursday 1-2