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Kate Schlosser

Kate  Schlosser

Kate Schlosser

Associated Faculty in French, Department of French & Italian


223 Hagerty Hall
Department of French & Italian
223 Hagerty Hall
1775 College Road
Columbus, OH 43210

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Areas of Expertise

  • Assistant Resident Director, Global May Paris Program 2023 1103 Course Coordinator 20th & 21st Century Francophone Literatures and Cultures Maghreb and Mascarene Island Studies Women's Francophone Literature

Kate Schlosser is originally from Cincinnati, OH. She earned a Ph.D. in French and Francophone Studies from UCLA. Her dissertation entitled “Voices of Silence in Francophone Women’s Literature:

Comparisons of Algerian and Mauritian Novels,” investigates Algerian and Mauritian Francophone women’s literature and how these writers revalorize the use of silence in women’s writing, showing its necessity and productivity within the narrative.  The development of women’s use of silence in literature is part of her broader interest in representations of women in Francophone literature and film. She's enjoyed teaching a variety of French language, literature and film classes, as well as pedagogical courses for new language instructors.

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