FRENCH AND FRANCOPHONE STUDIES 

Stephane MallarmeGustave FlaubertGeorge SandHonore De BalzacJules Amédée Barbey d'AurevillyBaudelaire Barbey

 FRENCH AND FRANCOPHONE STUDIES PROGRAM

French and Francophone Studies is an interdisciplinary program at William Paterson University focusing on the diversity of the French-speaking world. The major is particularly recommended for students interested in teaching or in pursuing careers in international fields such as communications, economics and finance, government, politics, law, or translation.

 MISSION

Reflecting the mission of its parent department, the mission of the FFSP is to develop in its students, oral and written proficiency in French, cultural awareness of the multifaceted Francophone world, and to provide academic training for careers involving the French language, and French and Francophone literatures and cultures.

 

PROGRAM FACULTY

Madhuri Mukherjee, Ph.D., Rutgers University
Kara Rabbitt, Ph.D., Cornell University
Kris Vassilev, Ph.D., Rutgers University
Bruce Williams, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles
Keumsil Kim Yoon, Ph.D., Université de Paris-Sorbonne

 

For questions concerning the French & Francophone Studies Program contact: Dr. Madhuri Mukherjee, Director (mukherjeem@wpunj.edu) or Dr. Kris Vassilev (vassilevk@wpunj.edu>