Corps professoral

Corps professoral

Photo de Prof. Nicolas Davignon Prof. Nicolas Davignon Contract Faculty
819-822-9600 ext. 2606

Passionné de littérature et de voyage, Nicolas Davignon enseigne le français langue seconde depuis 2008. Titulaire d'un diplôme de maîtrise reçu avec mention, il s'est spécialisé dans les récits de voyage d'écrivains québécois contemporains. Son mémoire s'intitule "La posture de l'écrivain face au tourisme dans les récits d'écrivains voyageurs". Chargé de cours à l'Université Bishop's depuis janvier 2015, il y a également offert des cours privés au professeurs et employés de l'Université depuis 2010.

Photo de Dr. Philippe Gauthier Dr. Philippe Gauthier Contract Faculty
Photo de Prof. Simon Gilbert Prof. Simon Gilbert Contract Faculty
Photo de Dr. Jean Levasseur Dr. Jean Levasseur Full Professor
819-822-9600 ext. 2488

For some years now, Dr. Levasseur has headed the Quebec Studies Section of the Département d’études françaises et québécoises. His doctorate is from Université de Bordeaux. As well, he holds a Master's degree in Spanish Language and Literature from the University of Navarre and has done doctoral work in the same field at Bordeaux III. Dr. Levasseur is the author of Anatomie d'un référendum (Montreal: XYZ, 2002), which analyses the arguments used by politicians and the media during the 1995 campaign for the referendum on Quebec sovereignty. He recently published two critical editions of nineteenth-century fiction: La Maison du coteau, a French-Protestant novel published in 1881 by the Franco-American minister Joseph Provost (Sainte-Foy: Éditions de la Huit, 2000); and Un revenant, the 1884 novel by Rémi Tremblay based on the real-life story of a French-Canadian man's involvement in the American Civil War (Sainte-Foy: Éditions de la Huit, 2003).…

Photo de Dr. Amelie-Helene Rheault Dr. Amelie-Helene Rheault Contract Faculty, Sessional
819-822-9600 ext. 2085

French will follow... 1. Education

  • BA in French Studies, major in Writing and minor in History from Université de Sherbrooke
  • MA in French Studies (Linguistics) from Université de Sherbrooke
  • Ph.D. in French Studies (Linguistics) from Université de Sherbrooke and Doctorate in Linguistics from Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium (co-advising convention)
2. Teaching
  • Sociolinguistics
  • Phonetics et phonology
  • Writing
  • Grammar
  • French as second or foreign language
3. Research
  • Folk Linguistics(with Wim Remysen)
  • Linguistic Purism (with Caroline Dubois)
  • Anglicisms in Quebec French
4.…

Photo de Prof. Sarah Théberge Prof. Sarah Théberge Faculty – Department Chairperson, Sessional, Ph.D. Candidate
819-822-9600 ext. 2050

French will follow... 1. Education Bachelor of Arts (Major Spanish, Minor French), Bishop’s University, 1999. Certificate in translation, Université de Sherbrooke, 2002. Master’s Degree in Comparative Canadian Literature, Université de Sherbrooke, 2009. Graduate Diploma in Translation, School of Continuing Studies, McGill University (in progress). Ph.D. Candidate, Comparative Canadian Literature (literary translation), Université de Sherbrooke. 2. Teaching

  • Translation Studies
  • Literary Translation
  • General Translation
  • Quebec Literature
  • French as a Second Language
  • French as a Foreign Language
3. Research
  • Methodology in translation
  • Decolonial translation
  • Feminist translation
4.…