Profiles in "French" Expertise Area

  • Gruzinska's longtime interests include exploring the fate of Children of War, unaccompanied Polish children in their trajectory of exile, homelessness, repatriation or immigration, from Poland to the U.S. during WWII.
  • Moulton researches the cultural representation of gender and sexuality in early modern literature.
  • My research focuses on medieval Francophone culture (manuscripts, travel writing, visual culture).
  • Gallais' research areas include economic analysis of institutions; new institutional economics; environment, pollution, market solutions; public choice; Austrian economics; public policy.
  • Barbara is currently the Assistant Director of Academic Services in the School of International Letters and Cultures (SILC). In her youth, she lived abroad with her family in France, England, and Iran
  • Helene Ossipov received a bachelor's in Russian literature from Queens College of CUNY, a master's in Russian area studies, and a master's and a doctorate in French linguistics from Indiana University.
  • A French native who has traveled extensively, Winter became a French instructor to share her culture and language when she moved to the U.S.
  • Baldini taught several advanced Italian courses, as well as a number of special topic courses semester to semester.
  • Bahtchevanova teaches undergraduate and graduate linguistics courses and French language courses. As the coordinator of the lower-division French program, she coordinates, trains, and mentors French language instructors.