- Faculty in Residence
- MA, Sorbonne Nouvelle University, 2018
- MA, Panthéon-Assas University, 2016
I am a faculty in residence and lecturer in French at Oberlin College. I hold a master’s degree in Comparative Public Law from the University of Paris Panthéon-Assas (Paris 2) and completed another master’s degree in English studies at the University of Sorbonne Nouvelle (Paris 3).
Prior to my arrival at Oberlin in 2017 as a teaching assistant, I taught French at various levels at Tufts University as a teaching assistant.
My research are wide and focus on different topics. My law background brought me to constitutional law where my interests lie in separation of powers, human rights, and evolutions of constitutions in continental and common-law countries. I have mainly been working on the United Kingdom.
Pedagogy also appeals to me and I would like to increase my knowledge in sociolinguistics as well as technology and pedagogy.