Associate Teaching Professor, Language, Literature & Culture
Dr. Fong teaches language, literature, and culture courses. She works with the teaching assistants from France, does Study Abroad advising, and is the faculty liaison to Clark's French Club. Dr. Fong earned her Ph.D. in French Studies from Brown University: her dissertation interrogated figurations of 'errancy' in a selection of 20th and 21st century French and Francophone literary works. Her research interests include questions of wandering and straying, space and movement, transgression, the in-between, the everyday, Surrealism, subjectivity, and writing.
- Ph.D. in French Studies, Brown University, 2012
- Master of Advanced Studies, Universite de Paris, 2003
- M.A. in French Cultural Studies, Columbia University, 2002
- B.A. in French, minor in English, with secondary education teaching certification for French and English, University of Michigan, 1999
- Language, Literature & Culture
Scholarly and Creative WorksScroll to top.
“Refaire la légende”: Changing the Narrative by Going Astray
André Gide, « Errances », et Enseignement du français, langue étrangère (FLE): Colloque 2019 de la Société des Professeurs français et francophones d’Amérique (SPFFA)
New York City
Sponsored by Société des Professeurs français et francophones d’Amérique (SPFFA)
Marge de manœuvre: Creation and Critique in Nina Bouraoui's "Garçon manqué" and "Mes mauvaises pensées"