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  • Marie-Christine Masse

    Assistant Professor of French

    Email
    massem@newschool.edu

    Office Location
    A - Alvin Johnson/J.M. Kaplan Hall - 66 West 12th Street

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    Marie-Christine Masse

    Profile

    Professor Massé has been teaching courses in French at The New School for Public Engagement since Fall 2010. Before instructing at The New School, she taught at Carleton College (MN) and Drew University (NJ). Professor Masse teaches all levels of French, including advanced courses in French-speaking Cinema, Popular Culture or French Literature.  She is currently serving as Chair of the Foreign Language Department and coordinates the French program.  She is also the Regional Representative for the American association of French Teachers for the states of New York and New Jersey. 


    Research Interests

    Foreign Language instruction, French and Francophone Cinema, Popular Culture, Cultural Studies, and 19th century literature.


    Current Courses

    Exile & Ethnicity French Film (Spring 2019)

    Food Studies in French

    French & Quebecois Cinema (Spring 2019)

    French in Africa & Caribbean

    French in the Media

    Language Teaching Methods

    Language Teaching Methods (Open Campus)

    Online Synch French Intermed 1

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