Anne-Marine Feat

Anne-Marine Feat portrait
Associate Professor of French

Office: Main 604

Phone: 563-387-1185



Education: Ph.D., Irish Studies, Université Michel de Montaigne; M.A., English, Université de Bretagne Occidentale; B.A., Celtic Studies and Teaching French as a Foreign Language, Université de Bretagne Occidentale

Anne-Marine Feat has been a professor in the Modern Languages, Literatures and Linguistics department since 2006. Some of her course topics include Intermediate French, Francophone Literature and Culture, and Introduction to French Culture.

FREN 201, 202 Intermediate French
Review of structures through drills designed to develop skills, combined with individual practice in the language learning center. Graded readings chosen for their insights into French social and intellectual traits.

FREN 464 Francophone Literatures and Cultures
A survey of the literature and/or the culture and history of a Francophone country, or the study of a literary or cultural theme in several Francophone countries. Focus will vary, depending on the literary or cultural nature of the topic as well as on the number of Francophone countries studied.

FREN 342 Introduction to French Culture
An introduction to the study of French history, culture, and society, investigating selected trends and developments from its early history to the present that have contributed to the formation and continuing evolution of contemporary French identity.

  • Ph.D., Irish Studies, UniversitĂ© Michel de Montaigne, 2009 Dissertation: “De la mère Ă  la mère-patrie: quĂŞte identitaire dans la littĂ©rature irlando-amĂ©ricaine fĂ©minine” Pre-doctoral Thesis: “Dialectes et quĂŞte identitaire: la Polyphonie O’Neillienne”
  • M.A., English, UniversitĂ© de Bretagne Occidentale, 2004
  • B.A., Celtic Studies and Teaching French as a Foreign Language, UniversitĂ© de Bretagne Occidentale, 2003