Elizabeth Jacqueline Marcus
Difference and Dissidence: French, Arabic and Cultural Conflict in Lebanon, 1943–1975.
Multilingualism in the French and Francophone world; 20th and 21st century French and Francophone literature; Arab cultural production; Middle Eastern and North African francophone and Arabic intellectual and cultural history; Mediterranean studies; French colonialism and imperial history.
“Counterculture in World Literature and Film,” Barnards College Liberal Arts Intensive Summer Program, July 2016
Rapid Reading and Translation (FREN UN1206)
Intermediate French II (FREN UN2102)
Intermediate French I (FREN UN2101)
Elementary French II (FREN UN1102)
Elementary French I (FREN UN1101)
2016: Ph.D., French and Comparative Literature, Columbia University
2011: MPhil. in French and Comparative Literature
2010: M.A. in French
2012-2013: Pensionnaire étrangère, Ecole normale supérieure, Paris, France
2007: International Diploma in Political Science, Institut d’Études Politiques (Sciences Po), Paris, France
2008: B.A. Joint Honors in Modern History and French (awarded a First in French), St Anne’s College, Oxford University, UK