GUY SPIELMANN
Parcours universitaire et professionnel
Education & Professional


Éducation

1994 Doctorat / Ph.D., Études françaises / French Studies, Vanderbilt University (TN)
Thèse / Dissertation: «Le Discours sur le mariage dans la comédie en France, 1683-1715».
1990 Tester, ACTFL Oral Proficiency Interview
1988 M.A., Études françaises / French Studies, Vanderbilt University

Diplômes de L'Université de Provence Aix-Marseille I
Degrees from the Université de Provence, France

1986 Licence-ès-lettres [B.A.]
1982 Maîtrise d'anglais [M.A.] Linguistique/Phonétique
1981 Licence de Langue et Littératures Anglo-Américaines [B.A.]
1978 Baccalauréat Philosophie/Lettres


Postes occupés / Professional Experience

2000- Associate Professor with tenure, Dept. of French, Georgetown University, (Washington, DC)
2012- Faculty in Residence, Culture & Performance Living Learning Community, Georgetown.
2005-2015
Director, Georgetown Summer Program in Tours
2011-12 Professeur invité, Département d'études théâtrales / Département de Lettres Modernes, Université Stendhal /Grenoble III
2003 -2004
Director, Ecole française, Middlebury College (VT)
2001-2002
Professeur associé, Département d'études théâtrales, Université Marc Bloch/Strasbourg II
2001 (décembre)
Professeur invité, Département des arts du spectacle, Université Paris X-Nanterre
1998-2003
Associate Director, Ecole française, Middlebury College. Also Instructor (Graduate School) and Course supervisor (Beginners’ French)
1994-99 Assistant Professor, Dept. of French, Georgetown University
1993-2001
Vice President, The Socrates Institute, a non-profit corporation for educational research and professional development, Alexandria (VA)
1995-96 Visiting Professor, Institut d'Etudes Françaises d'Avignon / Bryn Mawr College
1990-94 Instructor and Coordinator, Ecole française, Middlebury College
1992-94 Adjunct Instructor of French, Hofstra University (NY)
1989-91 Assistant Professor of French, Northern Michigan University (MI)
1986-89 Graduate Teaching Fellow, Vanderbilt University
1983-85 Lecturer in French, University of Liberia (Afrique de l'ouest / West Africa)
1982-83 Graduate Teaching Assistant in French, Oberlin College (OH)

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