Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures

Adrienne Angelo

Adrienne Angelo Associate Professor
6058 Haley Center
(334) 844-6372
ama0002@auburn.edu

Office Hours

  • Monday 11:00am-2:00pm
  • Wednesday 11:00am-2:00pm
  • Friday 11:00am-2:00pm; and by appointment

Education

Ph.D., Emory University

Department and Other Appointments

  • University Senate Representative 2011-2014
  • University Academic Honesty Committee
  • Faculty Advisor, Delta Tau chapter of French Honorary Pi Delta Phi
  • Faculty advisor, French Club
  • Department Advisory Committee
  • Department Curriculum Committee
  • Department Guidelines, Merit Document and P&T Committee
  • Program Abroad Committee
  • Awards Committee

Research and Teaching Interests

Contemporary women's writing in France and the Francophone world (post-1980), especially questions of narrative voice, memory and identity; French and Francophone cinema; Teaching interests: incorporating technology in all levels of French language, literature and culture.

Representative Publications

  • “Du fait divers au récit de soi : Écrire et filmer Abus de faiblesse de Catherine Breillat.” Intercâmbio: Revue d’études françaises, 2.11 (2018): 114–134.
  • “Visualizing the Self and Vanished Others: The Specters of Loss in Photo-Photo,” Marie Nimier: Absence et perte. Ed. Ana de Medeiros and Carine Fréville. Paris: Éditions Passage(s), 2017: 37–57.
  • “Ellénore, c’est moi: Camille Laurens réécrit Adolphe,” in Adolphe de Benjamin Constant: Postérité d’un roman (1816-2016) Ed. Léonard Burnand and Guillaume Poisson. Geneva : Éditions Slatkine, 2016 : 113–16.
  • “Taking Stock: Marie Nimier’s Textual Cabinet of Curiosities.” Studies in Twentieth and Twenty-first Century Literatures, 38.2, Article 4 (2014): 1–19. 
  • “Enigmas, Erasures and Enquêtes: Camille Laurens and the Palimpsest” in Rewriting Wrongs: French Crime Fiction and the Palimpsest. Ed. Angela Kimyongur and Amy Wiglesworth. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014: 111–25.
  • “Philosophy in the Weight Room: Nathalie Gassel and the Crisis of Self-Representation.” Australian Journal of French Studies, 51.1 (2014): 75–87.
  • “In the Name of the Father: Risking Speech over Silence in the Autobiographical Writings of Marie Nimier and Clémence Boulouque” in Women Taking Risks. Eds. Anna Rocca and Kenneth Reeds. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013: 117–30.
  • “Crime and Punishment: Calixthe Beyala’s Manic Writing of Femme nue, femme noire” in Rebelles, vilaines et criminelles chez les écrivaines d’expression française.  Eds. Frédérique Chévillot and Colette Trout. Amsterdam: Rodopi, Collection Faux Titre, 2013: 183–98.
  • Roselyne and the Lions (1989)” in World Film Locations: Marseilles Ed. Marcelline Block. Bristol, United Kingdom: Intellect, 2013: 62.
  • Bye-Bye (1995)” in World Film Locations: Marseilles Ed. Marcelline Block. Bristol, United Kingdom: Intellect, 2013: 66. 
  • “From Spectacle to Affect: Contextualizing Transgression in French Cinema at the Dawn of the Twenty-First Century.” Irish Journal of French Studies, 12 (2012):157–78.
  • “Camille Laurens’s Phantom Readings: Literary Allusions and Intertextuality in L’Amour, roman and Ni toi ni moi.” Women in French Studies (Special Issue – 2012): 150-66.
  • “Wounded Women: Marina de Van’s Subjective Cinema,” International Journal of  Francophone Studies, 15.2 (December 2012): 215–36.
  • Breathless (1983)” in World Film Locations: Las Vegas Ed. Marcelline Block. Bristol, United Kingdom: Intellect, 2011: 34.
  • Jolene (2008)” in World Film Locations: Las Vegas Ed. Marcelline Block. Bristol, United Kingdom: Intellect, 2011: 116.
  • Paris (2008)” in World Film Locations: Paris Ed. Marcelline Block. Bristol, United Kingdom: Intellect, 2011: 116.
  • "Sujet buvard, sujet bavard: Nina Bouraoui's Words to Say It." Women in French Studies (Special Issue - 2011): 79-90.
  • "Réseau(x) identitaire(s) : La migration et la force 'électrique' dans le parcours littéraire de Nina Bouraoui" in Frictions et devenirs dans les écritures migrantes au féminin: Enracinements et renégociations. Eds. Névine El-Nossery and Anna Rocca. Paris: Editions universitaires européennes, 2011: 67-87.
  • Cherchez la femme: Women and Values in the Francophone World, eds. Erika Fülöp and Adrienne Angelo. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011.
  • "The Poetics of Mourning: Language and Self-Knowledge in Nathalie Rheims's Postmortem Encounters" in Cherchez la femme: Women and Values in the Francophone World eds. Erika Fülöp and Adrienne Angelo. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011: 262-275.
  • "Vision, Voice and the Female Body: Nina Bouraoui's Sites/Sights of Resistance" in Francophone Women: Between Visibility and Invisibility. Eds. Sandrine Teixidor and Cybelle McFadden Wilkens. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2010: 77-98.
  • "Sexual Cartographies: Mapping Subjectivity in the Cinema of Catherine Breillat," Journal for Cultural Research, 14.1 (January 2010): 43-55.
  • The Fourth Generation of French Feminist Writers (1985-2010): From Fictionalized Text to Fictionalized Author. New York: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2009.
  • " 'C'est une joie et une souffrance': Mimetic Speech and Linguistic Pastiche in François Ozon's 8 femmes" in Patois and Linguistic Pastiche in Modern Literature. Ed. Giovanna Summerfield. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007: 119-129.
  • "Histoire(s) de Catherine M.: Echoes of 'O' and the Difference of 'I' in La vie sexuelle de Catherine M." The Coastal Review (March 2007) Georgia Southern University. Link to article

Classes Taught

  • FLFR 1010 : Elementary French I
  • FLFR 1020: Elementary French II
  • FLFR 2010: Intermediate French I
  • FLFR 2020: Intermediate French II
  • FLFR 3010: French Phonetics and Diction
  • FLFR 3030: French Conversation
  • FLFR 3040: French Composition
  • FLFR 3050: French Cinema
  • FLFR 3140: Survey of French Literature I
  • FLFR 4410: Special Topics (Histoires criminelles: Le roman policier)

Awards

Castanoli Scholar 2017-2020

Last Updated: March 19, 2019