Foreign Languages and Literatures Department
North Carolina State University
101 Lampe Drive
Raleigh, NC, 27607
jmontlo [at] ncsu [dot] edu
Full CV in French and in English available for download below.
Dissertation: Francophone Feminine narratives: Identity, Bodies and Visual Representations in the Francophone World
Committee: Dr. Rachel Gabara & Dr. Emily Sahakian (co-chairs) Dr. Catherine Jones, Dr. Subha Xavier.
2012 – 2014
Master’s thesis title: “Marie-Sophie Laborieux: femme “potomitan” au coeur de la société martiniquaise”.
Participant in 2-year leadership at North Carolina State University, teaching and learning development program including workshops, classroom observations, personal assessments and pedagogy oriented talks. Program culminated in the creation of a teaching and professional portfolio.
2011 & 2017
M1 American Civilization and Culture (2011)
M2 Francophone Literature and Cultural Studies (2017)
2007 – 2010
Degree received with mention “Bien”
Essays in French Literature and Culture, (October 2019): 109-125
ELA, Etudes Littéraires Africaines, no. 47, (August 2019): 85-99
The French Review, 92(3), (March 2019): 180-189
L’Esprit Créateur, vol. 58 no. 2, 2018, p. 140-140.
2019 – 2020
FRPD was established to assist faculty in initiating research and professional development activities. The primary objective of this program is to provide seed funding to individual investigators to jump-start larger awards and grants from outside agencies.
2017 – 2018
Awards given to graduate students on the basis of academic excellence and to help them make progress toward their degree.
Spring & Summer 2017
The Graduate School Dean’s Award helped me go to Montreal, Canada for a week to interview Amandine Gay, do some research at the gender research institute and to go to Avignon, France to see the play “F(l)ammes” by Ahmed Madani and interview the actresses of the cast.
The Graduate Research award provided support for a month-long archival research at the Archives Nationales d’Outre Mer in Aix-en-Provence, France.
Competition in which doctoral students have three minutes to present a compelling oration on their thesis or dissertation topic and its significance to an intelligent but non-specialist audience.
2013 – 2014
The award for Excellence in Classroom Teaching provides a grant to the student who has demonstrated exceptional ability in classroom education and preparation. This individual is identified by their outstanding performance in the classroom and their ability to go above and beyond their call of duty. They have showcased an exceptional ability to design, administer and effectively teach college level course work.
2012 – 2013
2019 – Present
FLF 102, FLF 201, FLF 308 (Contemporary French Cultures), FLF 595 (Paris Postcolonial), FLF 492-592 (World Tour & Literature in French), FLF 520 (Literary and Cultural Theory).
2014 – 2018
FREN 1001, FREN 2001, FREN 2002, FREN 2030 (Practical French Conversation), FREN 3010 (French Conversation and composition), FREN 3080 (French Culture and Civilization), FREN 4150 (Business French), FREN 4080 (French Migrant Literature)
2016 – 2018
Helped set goals and work toward achieving them by guiding four mentees about various resources available on campus, as the need arises, served as a positive social and academic guide by supporting mentees with their involvement in the Romance Languages department and on campus, provided an environment that supports constructive feedback.
Taught Practical French Conversation course and organized cultural activities for the residents. Led the French Table, an informal, weekly gathering of Francophones in Athens, GA.airs) Dr. Catherine Jones, Dr. Subha Xavier.
2016 and 2017
Advertised the program on campus, conducted students’ interviews, co-conducted interviews of faculty and teaching assistant for the pedagogical team, organized online orientation session, facilitated excursions, class discussions, created content of courses.
Annual graduate student conference led by graduate students at the Romance Languages Department. Served twice as the main leader on the Organization Committee. Wrote grant and funding requests, arranged a keynote speaker visit, selected abstracts, organized and moderated a panel.
Member of the Organizing Committee to put together Friday presentations led by faculty and graduate students, sponsored by Graduate Student Organization. Shared responsibility for advertising, booking and scheduling of events.
Dr. Johanna Montlouis-Gabriel
Foreign Languages and Literatures Department
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
C.V in English
C.V in French