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Emmanuel Buzay
University of Connecticut

Dept. of Literatures, Cultures & Languages

Oak Hall (East SSHB)

365 Fairfield Way

Unit 1057

(860) 486-3866

emmanuel.buzay@uconn.edu

http://uconn.academia.edu/EmmanuelBuzay


EDUCATION



PhD in French and Francophone Studies, University of Connecticut (April 2012)

A study of the representations of a resistant humanity in futuristic novels in contemporary French and Francophone literature



Maîtrise de Français Langue Etrangère with honors, Université de Paris III – Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris, France, September 2006

Diplôme d'études approfondies en Sciences de l’information et de la communication, option industries culturelles with honors, Université de Paris XIII, Villetaneuse, France, June 2001

Concentration in Sociology and Economics of the Media



DEA Thesis: Etude critique du site Web de La Cinquième (A Critical Study of
La Cinquième Television Station’s Website)

Diplôme d'études supérieures spécialisées de Lettres appliquées aux techniques éditoriales et à la rédaction professionnelle with high honors, Université de Paris III –Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris, France, June 1992

Maîtrise de Littérature française with highest honors, Université de Paris III – Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris, France, October 1991, obtained after a Study Abroad Exchange Program at the University of Laval, Quebec, Canada

Concentration in Literature and Psychoanalysis



Master’s Thesis: L’étude des rapports entre l’homme et la nature dans la trilogie des « romans magiques » chez Henri Bosco (A Study of the Relationships Between Man and Nature in the Trilogy of “Magical Novels” by Henri Bosco)

License de Littérature française, with a specialization in French as a Foreign Language
mention FLE »), Université de Paris III – Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris, France, October 1990
TEACHING AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Adjunct Faculty Professor and Project / Program Specialist in Information Technology, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, U.S.A. (August 2012 – present)

    • French Literature (French 3261W). Introduction to French literature from the Middle Ages to the French Revolution.

    • French Conversation (French 3250). Conversation courses based on contemporary French and Francophone songs.

    • Webmastering and organization of workshops for graduate students and faculty.


Resident Director of the Study Abroad Program in Toulouse, France, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, U.S.A. (June 2012)


Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, U.S.A. (August 2006 –
April 2012)

    • French Cultural Studies: from 1851 to the Present (French 1169 in English).

    • French Cultural Studies (French 3251) – Instructor

Introduction to French and Francophone Videogames through the particular study of the three recent productions: Syberia by Benoît Sokal, The Adventures of Tintin and Nikopol – Secrets of the immortals, by Enki Bilal.



    • French Cultural Studies (French 3224) – Instructor

Combined cultural studies / social sciences course in French, addressing the uses and functions of books, television, and computers in contemporary French novels and films.


    • French Literature (French 3235) – Instructor

Introduction to French Science Fiction and Fantasy literature, addressing issues of feminism and the theme of Post-Humanity


    • French Literature (French 261W / 262W) – Instructor

Two survey and composition courses for majors. French literature from the Middle Ages to the contemporary period.


    • French Conversation (French 250 / 251) – Instructor

Conversation courses based on contemporary French and Francophone texts and films designed with a particular focus on two themes: Francophone youth and Quebec.



    • French Culture: Studies in French-Speaking World (French 1169) – Linkage Through Language Instructor

Conversation and writing course in French to complement the English-language lecture class on French history and the evolution of French culture.


    • French Cinema: Gangsters, Thrillers, and Classics (French 1171) – Teaching Assistant



    • French Culture: Studies in French-Speaking World (French 1169) – Teaching Assistant




    • French Creative Writing Club in French 1.2.3 Écrire – Instigator and Moderator




F.L.E. Internship, The University of Chicago in Paris, Paris, France (May 2005 – July 2005)

    • Observation of French language classes for American students at the Paris Center

    • Teaching classes in French grammar for intermediate-level students and preparation of class materials on this subject

    • Installation of a discussion forum on the Paris Center pedagogical intranet website



Lecturer in Information Technology, Université Paris XIII, Department of Communications, Paris, France, (October 1996 – October 1999)

  • Methodology of research using the Internet in professional settings

  • Direction of research about website conception



Public Multimedia Centers Manager, City of Nanterre, Nanterre, France (February 2002 – May 2005)

  • Webmastering and direction of pedagogical multimedia projects

  • Editor in Chief of a newsletter in pedagogy for elementary school teachers

  • Management and training of municipal employees and technicians

  • Development of technical and financial management of the Centers

Multimedia Manager of the Cyberport, Forum des images, Paris, France (September 1995 – January 2002)

  • Organization of thematic workshops and multimedia events

  • Webmastering of Cyberport website intranet

  • Creation and overseeing of texts, including selection of hyperlinks

Press Archivist, Sciences Humaines, Auxerre, France (December 1994 – March 1995)

  • Compilation of the journal’s index (No. 1 to No. 50)

  • Creation of a document database in FilemakerPro; researching of documents on Internet

Pedagogical Adviser and Linguistic Attaché (fulfilling National Service requirements), Cultural Service of the French Embassy, Ottawa, Canada (November 1992 – February 1994)

  • Overseeing of projects in the Linguistic and Educational Departments

  • Management of projects and organization of cultural missions

Writer Intern, Larousse Publishing Company, Encyclopaedia and of Electronic Publishing Department, Paris, France (December 1991 – August 1992)

  • Composition of the Social Sciences entries in the Actua database

  • Proofreading of the French dictionary in the La référence électronique Collection

PUBLICATIONS

« Modernité et problématique de l’héritage : le symbolisme du livre dans quelques romans d’anticipation de la littérature française et francophone contemporaine ». Nouvelles Francographies. Nouvelle Série (Actes) Octobre 2010: Revue de La Société Des Professeurs Français et Francophones d’Amérique. New York, N.Y: La Société. December 2011.

« Nouveaux espaces et « paradigme de l'indice » dans l'épilogue du roman de Michel Houllebecq La Possibilité d'une île ». Contemporary French & Francophone Studies: SITES. Routledge: New York and London. September/December 2011.


« Interview d’Élisabeth Vonarburg ». Contemporary French & Francophone Studies: SITES. Routledge: New York and London. January 2009.
« Le propre de l’humain et ses limites au regard du « livre » dans quelques romans d’anticipation francophones contemporains », Sans papier. Cornell University, August 2008.
« FreeNets : des réseaux communautaires sur Internet », La logique des communautés, Sciences Humaines, numéro 48, Auxerre, (mars 1995).

CONFERENCE PAPERS
« Traversées, frictions, fusions : la chasse à l’homme dans la littérature d’anticipation francophone chez Bordage et Volodine »
International Colloquium in 20th and 21st Century French and Francophone Studies: Traversées, frictions, fusions. Renaissance Long Beach Hotel, Long Beach, March 29-31, 2012.
“The Longing to be Written in Michel Houellebecq’s Futuristic Novels”
Articulating the Human and Its Others, panel sponsored by the Society for Critical Exchange at the NeMLA Convention in New Brunswick, NJ, April 7-10, 2011.


« Métamorphoses et mutations humaines : le rapport à l'animalité des insectes dans la littérature d'anticipation francophone contemporaine »
International Colloquium in 20th and 21st Century French and Francophone Studies: Human-Animal / Humain-Animal. Hotel Westin San Francis, San Francisco, March 30-April 2, 2011.


« Nouveaux espaces et « paradigme de l'indice » dans l'épilogue du roman de Michel Houllebecq
La Possibilité d'une île »

International Colloquium in 20th and 21st Century French and Francophone Studies:

New worlds, new spaces/Nouveaux mondes, nouveaux espaces. University of Guelph, Canada, March 25-27, 2010.
« Les post-apocalypses : mesure et démesure de la figure du « dernier homme » dans quelques romans d’anticipation de la littérature francophone contemporaine »
International Colloquium in 20th and 21st Century French and Francophone Studies: Seismic Shifts/Séismes. University of Minnesota, March 26-28, 2009.
« Le propre de l’humain et ses limites au regard du « livre » dans quelques romans d’anticipation francophones contemporains »

International Colloquium in 20th and 21st Century French and Francophone Studies: Limits/Limites. Georgetown University, March 6-8, 2008.



AWARDS


Graduate Award for Outstanding Scholarship (Spring 2009); University of Connecticut.

SOCIETIES AND MEMBERSHIPS
Association Internationale des Études Québécoises

International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts

Modern Language Association of America
The New England Regional Association for Language Learning Technology

Société des Professeurs Français et Francophones en Amérique



LANGUAGES
•French: native

•Spanish, and Italian

•Latin and Biblical Hebrew: reading knowledge and translation

COMPUTER SKILLS
Programs: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Prezi, Dreamweaver, Gimp

Languages: HTML, PHP / MySQL, Javascript



Member of Codecademy: http://www.codecademy.com





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