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Dr Pauline Souleau, Associate Lecturer, Education Focused

Dr Pauline SouleauContact Details
Phone: 01334 463667
Office: Buchanan 406A

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Research and Teaching

I joined the University of St Andrews in January 2019 where I teach French language at Sub-Honours and Honours level. I completed my PhD in medieval French literature in 2014 at the University of Oxford where I was a lecturer in French language and literature (2013–2018).

My teaching interests are concerned with translation, comparative stylistics, language and discourse, especially narrative voices and renewed forms of storytelling: cyclical storytelling (e.g. modern reception and reinterpretation of medieval narratives; francophone bandes dessinées) or collaborative and interactive storytelling (e.g. role-playing games, video-games). In my classes, I introduce students to the relationship between language, text, and image; linguistics, phonology, and the history of French; storytelling in French. I also explore various pedagogical approaches, in particular technologically-enhanced and self-access learning.

I am involved in several Outreach activities, Public Engagement events, and Access and Participation workshops: I co-founded the Manuscript Outreach Network in 2016 and published several educational blogposts.


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