Dr. Darci L. Gardner

Language(s) taught:French
Teaching/Research:19th and 20th century France; literature and the visual arts; cognitive approaches to literature; aesthetics 
Degrees/Certifications:

PhD in French (2013), Stanford University
BA in Comparative Literature (2007), Vanderbilt University

Personal Bio:


Darci Gardner specializes in nineteenth- and twentieth-century French literature with interdisciplinary concentrations in art and cognitive science.

Her recent work (forthcoming in Nineteenth-Century French Studies) examines the intertextual and interartistic dimensions of Marie Krysinska's poetry. Her previous publications include an article on Marcel Proust (Poetics Today 37.1) and an essay on the poetics of Yves Bonnefoy (Romance Notes 53.1).
 
Since joining the faculty at Appalachian in 2014, she has designed a variety of new classes, including a General Education course on filmic adaptations, a short-term study abroad program in Paris, and a graduate seminar on foreign language pedagogy for French teachers. She also teaches Masterworks of French Literature, Literature and Film, Women Writers of French Expression, French Culture and Civilization, and language courses at all levels.

Previously, she taught as a Lecturer at Stanford, where she completed Oral Proficiency Interview training and became an ACTFL Certified Tester in French.

 

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Every fall the department co-hosts the Latin American Film Series. An event open to students, faculty and the public in general. Admission is free. Schedule information of the films is posted on the first week of August.

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DLLC Department Chair 
Dr. James Fogelquist
fogelquistjd@appstate.edu 
520 Sanford Hall
(828) 262-3096 

DLLC Assistant Chair
Dr. Catherine Fountain
fountainca@appstate.edu
529 Sanford Hall
(828) 262-2308 

DLLC Administrative Assistant
Ms. Cindy Trivette
trivetteca@appstate.edu
521 Sanford Hall
(828) 262-3095 

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