Professor Emeritus of French and Linguistics
Anton Andereggen, a native of Switzerland, joined the faculty of Lewis & Clark College in 1977. He received his PhD in French and Linguistics, with a concentration on Occitan Studies, from the University of Colorado.
He is the author of 5 books on issues related to Francophone Africa, to cultural and linguistic regions of southern France (Occitanie), and to personal and financial planning. His numerous articles have appeared in national and international professional journals such as Contemporary French Civilization; Peuples Noirs, Peuples Africains; Journal of Social, Political and Economic Studies; German Life and Letters; Population Today; International Social Science Review; French Review; Revue des Langues Romanes; Swiss-American Review.
He has led a Lewis & Clark overseas program in Strasbourg, France, where he taught French/Francophone courses at the Institut International d’Études Françaises, sponsored by the University of Strasbourg.
Honors and Awards
Murdoch Scholar, 1992
Fulbright Fellowship, University of Berlin, Germany, 1985
Fulbright Fellowship, University of Rome, Italy, 1980
Lamda Sigma Tau Honor Society, Monmouth University, 1965-1968
PhD, University of Colorado
BA, Monmouth University, NJ
Certificat d’Études, École d’Administration Publique, Switzerland
Advanced Placement Readings for the College Board, Educational Testing Service (ETS)
Certified Oral Proficiency Tester in French for the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL)
Consultant for the Educational Policy Improvement Center (EPIC)
Assessor for Research Projects in Romance Philology for the Research Council of Canada
Consultant for the Heritage Foundation