Renée C. Morel

Photo of Renee C Morel Department Foreign Languages Department 
 Office Evening
 Phone (415) 452-7402
 Mailbox EV041
 E-Mail rmorel@ccsf.edu
 Home Page http://fog.ccsf.edu/~rmorel/
 Spring 2014 
 Office Hours
 
Spring 2014 Teaching Schedule
FREN 10B Cont of Beg Conv French 3.0
PREREQ.: FREN 10A or demonstration of FREN 10A exit skills Requires an additional 2 hours.
30465 581 Lec W 06:30-09:20PM 88 4th St. U623 Deadlines Final Book FREN 11A Advanced Conv French 3.0
PREREQ.: FREN 10E or 3 or 3A+3B or demonstration of FREN 10E, 3, or 3A+3B exit skills. Requires an additional 2 hours.
34353 581 Lec M 06:30-09:50PM 01/27-05/19 88 4th St. U619 Deadlines Final Book

Baccalauréat Philosophie-Lettres, Lycée Sophie-Germain, Paris, France; A.A., City College of San Francisco; B.A., M.A., Ph. D. candidate (ABD), University of California, Berkeley.

Born in French Indochina, like Marguerite Duras, Madame Morel grew up in the heart of Paris. A proud graduate of CCSF, she has been teaching French and Linguistics at this institution since 1986. Selected for Who's Who Among Americam Teachers (2006-2007).

Faculty Adviser for two CCSF student clubs: the Café Musée and Historia. Secondary advisor for the French reading group Biblos.

Published articles in the French Review, Traverses (Pompidou Center), Néophilologus, Cahiers du XVIIe, Lendemains, La Revue Romane, Paroles gelées, Dalhousie French Studies, and other literary journals. Translated articles and books for Harvard University Press, Macula editions (Paris), Bordas (Paris) and SUNY Press. Her translation of texts by Colette, Shipwrecked on a Traffic Island and Other Previously Untranslated Gems, came out in 2014.

Member of Phi Beta Kappa, the Modern Language Association, Les Amis de la Culture française, the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, and the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts. Lectures throughout the Bay Area on French culture, art, and civilization, from the Gauls to de Gaulle.

Having lived in four different countries, I have always been interested in different cultures and different languages. Indeed, the centrality of language to all aspects of human behavior has turned me into a lifelong observer of linguistic phenomena. I support interdisciplinary exchanges, both inside and outside the classroom and always strive to combine teaching, service, and scholarship.

Between words and images, why choose? I am interested in theories of representation, both visual and discursive.

I publish a daily FrancoFun page on facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/FrancoFun/117545152730

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