Modern Lang-Lit - French & Classics

Glenda Carl

Associate Professor of French and Latin

Areas of expertise
All levels of French language, literature, and culture; Latin language and literature in translation

Education

PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison 1988
MA, University of Kansas 1981
BA with Honors, University of Kansas 1976

Positions

Associate Professor of French and Latin
Southwestern University
August 01, 1993 - present

Assistant Professor of French and Latin
Southwestern University
August 01, 1988 - July 01, 1993
Taught all levels of French language, literature, and culture;

Assistante d'anglais
Lycée Jean-Jaurès, Corbeil-Essonnes, France
September 01, 1983 - July 01, 1984
Taught English conversation to high-school students

Teaching Philosophy


Courses: Spring 2014

Fabulous Exemplum
French II
Latin IV
Capstone Seminar

Previous Courses

LAT1411301 Latin III

Research

The transmission and translation of classical texts to the Medieval period, especially texts dealing with the Trojan Story; Neronian literature; eighteenth-century French pornography and the anticlerical tradition in French literature; computer-assisted language learning.

Publications

"'Tu cuides que nos seions taus / Come autres femes comunaus': The Sexually-Confident Woman in the Roman de Troie." In Gender Transgressions, ed. Karen J. Taylor. New York and London: Garland, 1998. Pp. 107-27.

Honors & Awards

Global Partners Mini-Grant for study in Quebec City; Mellon Foundation fellowship to write an online Latin workbook; Chief Editor in French, REALIA Project.

Groups & Affiliations

Modern Language Association of America (MLA); Classical Association of the Midwest and South (CAMWS); Americal Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL); Computer-Assisted Language Instruction Consortium (CALICO)

Interests

Macintosh computers, cats, genealogy, jewelry-making