I am currently the chair of the Language Department at The Lawrenceville School, where I also teach French and am a Head of House. I studied music and French at Dartmouth College and earned my BA in 2002. After two years of teaching English in France on a Fulbright Teaching Assistantship, I began the doctoral program in the Department of French & Italian at Princeton University. In 2015, I defended my dissertation, which is on disparate forms of masculinity in North African francophone literature, images, and film.
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Keep an open mind, explore all different options, and do something you'll love doing every day."
Yes, I am open to being contacted by a Princeton Graduate Student for an informational interview!