Loyola University Chicago

Modern Languages and Literatures

Faculty & Staff Directory

Dr. Isabelle Faton

Title/s:  Part-Time Instructor

Office #:  CC213

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Degrees

· Ph.D. The University of Chicago (French and Francophone Literature)

· M.A. Université de Franche-Comté, France (Public Law)

· B.A. Université de Franche-Comté, France (Law)

· B.A. Université de Franche-Comté, France (French as a Second Language)

· B.A. Université de Franche-Comté, France (History)

Research Interests

· 19th Century French Novel: Realism and Naturalism

· Social Justice in the 19th Century French Novel

· Law and Literature

· Foreign Language Pedagogy

· Bilingualism and French for heritage speakers

Professional & Community Affiliations

· Modern Language Association

· Midwest Modern Language Association

· American Association of French Teachers

Courses Taught

· French 320: Survey of Literature of the Theatre

· French 301: Stylistics

· French 300: Tutorial for Credit

· French 271: Main Currents of French Literature II

· French 250 and 251: French Composition and Conversation I and II

· French 104: Intermediate French II

· French 101 and 102: Elementary French I and II

Selected Publications

· "La création d’un espace imaginaire chez Balzac et Sue : les implications de l’opposition Paris-province", MMLA Detroit, Fall 2014

· "La fuite comme renaissance dans Les Mystères de Paris et Les Misérables", NCFS, Fall 2014

· Book review on Rosemary Peter’s Stealing Things: Theft and the Author in Nineteen-Century France in French Studies, Oxford University Press, October 2014

· "La redécouverte du justicier dans le roman de la première moitié du XIXème siècle", Modern France Workshop and the Francophone World, The University of Chicago, February 2014

· "A la recherche de la vérité et de la justice dans Les Mystères de Paris et Le Comte de Monte-Cristo", MMLA Milwaukee, Fall 2013