Molly Robinson

Associate Professor of French, French Section Head

Miller Center for the Humanities 326, MSC: 30

Molly Robinson joined the faculty of Lewis & Clark College in 2004. She has taught courses in French language, literature, and civilization, as well as seminars in French literature.

Specialty

French literature of the Middle Ages and of the 19th century

Academic Credentials

Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium. Candidature (1992) and Licence ès lettres romanes (1994).

Princeton University. PhD in Romance Languages and Literatures (2000).

Teaching

FREN 350. La Vocation passion: Littérature et créativité.

FREN 350. Bovary et Bovarysmes.

FREN 350. Les Femmes et leurs libertés.

FREN 410. Libertés, Égalités, Fraternités.

Professional Experience

Director, Lewis & Clark College Teaching Excellence Program (TEP), funded through grant from Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Faculty Advisor to The Pioneer Log, Lewis & Clark College Student Newspaper, 2013-present.

Certified Tester, Oral Proficiency Interview in French, American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, since 2014.

Associate Editor, Linguistic Commentary Team, Award-winning World Wide Web Charrette project, Princeton University, 1997-2006. (http://www.princeton.edu/~lancelot)