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Dr. Beatrice Dupuy, Co-Director

Dr. Beatrice Dupuy, Co-Director

dupuy.jpg Beatrice Dupuy holds an M.A. in English from the Université de Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV), an M.S. in Education (TESOL) and a Ph.D. in Education (Language, Literacy and Learning) from the University of Southern California. She has taught English as a Foreign Language at the pre-collegiate level in France, and French and English as a Second Language at the post-secondary level in the U.S. In addition to French language, she teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in second language acquisition. She is currently Associate Professor of French and Foreign Language Education in the Department of French and Italian at the University of Arizona where she also directs the Introductory and Intermediate French language program. She is also a faculty member of the Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching (SLAT) in which she serves as Chair of the Pedagogy Curriculum Sub-committee. Her research focuses on foreign language teaching assistants’ professional growth in relation to teaching in an integrated multidisciplinary and multi-literacy curriculum and on experiential learning as a theoretical and practical framework for foreign language education in home and study-abroad contexts. Her research has appeared in Foreign Language Annals, the Canadian Modern Language Review, System, Applied Language Learning, etc. She recently co-authored with Robert Ariew (University of Arizona) a first-year French textbook, Français Monde: Connectez-vous à la Francophonie (Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2011).

Appointments

  • Associate Professor, French and Foreign Language Education
  • Faculty Member, Graduate Interdisciplinary Program in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching (SLAT), Graduate College

Education

  • Licence in English Literature, Université de Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV)
  • Maîtrise in English Literature, Université de Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV)
  • MS in TESL, University of Southern California
  • Ph.D. in Education (Curriculum and Instruction), University of Southern California

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For more information, visit Beatrice Dupuy's website at http://dupuy.faculty.arizona.edu


Dr. Chantelle Warner, Co-Director

Dr. Chantelle Warner, Co-Director (incoming)

chantellewarner.jpg Chantelle Warner is Assistant Professor of German and a faculty member of the Interdisciplinary Program in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching at the University of Arizona. She received her M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, where she specialized in 20th-century and contemporary German literature and applied linguistics. Dr. Warner’s teaching and research interests cross the fields of literary and linguistic study. Her scholarly work focuses broadly on issues of reader response, aesthetics, and the regulation of and control of meanings and linguistic practices. These common theoretical issues drive her approach to literary texts as linguistic practices and her work on foreign language literacy and language/literature pedagogy. Warner has published on a variety of topics related to literary pragmatics, foreign language literacy, collegiate language teaching in the U.S., and playful uses of language in foreign language computer-mediated communication. Her 2012 book The Pragmatics of Literary Testimony: Authenticity Effects in German Social Autobiographies incorporates insights from discourse analysis, pragmatics, cognitive poetics, and sociolinguistics in order to examine the poetic effects of immediacy, honesty, exemplarity, and rawness that have defined the reception of numerous German-language literary autobiographies over the past few decades.

Appointments

  • Associate Professor, German Studies
  • Faculty Member, Graduate Interdisciplinary Program in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching (SLAT), Graduate College

Education

  • M.A. and Ph.D. German, University of California at Berkeley

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For more information, visit Chantelle Warner’s website at http://cwarner.web.arizona.edu/home


Kate Mackay, Associate Director

Kate Mackay, Associate Director

kate.jpg Kate Mackay comes to CERCLL from the University of Arizona's Center for Middle Eastern Studies, another Title VI Resource Center, where she was Assistant Director for four years. She has an undergraduate degree in Archaeology from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, and an M.A. in Near Eastern Studies from the University of Arizona. Kate's research focuses on the connections between various regions in the eastern Mediterranean and she has taught college level courses related to the history and culture of the Middle East, both ancient and modern. She also led two Fulbright-Hays curriculum-building study seminars that took groups of K-12 teachers on month-long study tours to Cyprus.

Education

  • M.A.(Hons) Archaeology, Edinburgh University
  • M.A. Near Eastern Studies, University of Arizona

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Gennady Sare, Business Manager

Gennady Sare, Business Manager

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Jake Monzingo, Graduate Associate

Jake Monzingo, Graduate Associate

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Hannah Herrick, Graduate Assisstant

Hannah Herrick, Graduate Assisstant

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Former Personnel

  • Linda Waugh, Founding Co-Director
  • Renate Schulz, Founding Co-Director
  • Cheryl Traiger, Acting Associate Director
  • Susan Penfield, Research Coordinator
  • Garry Forger, Technology Manager
  • Max Lieberman, Technology Manager
  • Betsy Pepping, Business Manager
  • Kelley Merriam Castro, Publications Coordinator
  • Kelly Strachan, Outreach Coordinator
  • Graduate Associates (all Ph.D. Candidates in the SLAT program): Katie Angus, Catherine Botelho, Kristin Helland, Bonnie Holmes, Alexandra Kuchuk, Paul Lyddon, Merica McNeil, Brian Meadows, Justin Parry, M'Balia Thomas, Autumn Witt, Naoko Witzel