Hanane Essaydi

Mills Faculty

Hanane Essaydi

Hanane Essaydi
Professeur chercheur en littérature française et littératures francophones à la Faculté des Lettres et des Sciences Humaines de Marrakech au Maroc. Elle est l’auteur d’une thèse portant sur « L’Ironie dans le roman africain subsaharien francophone » (soutenue en 2009). Ses champs de spécialisation sont : l’ironie littéraire, les théories de l’énonciation, la sociocritique et l’analyse du discours, avec comme corpus d’étude : les littératures francophones et les cinémas africains (Maghreb / Afrique subsaharienne). Elle donne également des cours sur l’adaptation cinématographique du texte littéraire dans le cadre de la licence professionnelle : Etudes Cinématographiques et Audiovisuelles de Marrakech (ECAM).
Elle a participé et a organisé plusieurs colloques internationaux. Elle a publié des articles dans des ouvrages collectifs :
Hanane ESSAYDI et alii, « La narration dans Jacques le fataliste », in Littérature et traduction, Paris, L’Harmattan, 2001, pp. 87-94.

Hanane Essaydi, « Quelques aspects de l'humour et l'ironie dans l'adaptation cinématographique de Xala, roman d'Ousmane Sembène », in Rira bien… Humour et ironie dans les littératures et le cinéma francophones, (sous la direction de Christiane Ndiaye), Montréal, Mémoire d’encrier, Coll. Essai, 2008, p. 279-292.

Hanane Essaydi, « Quelques aspects du postmodernisme littéraire dans le roman africain subsaharien francophone : Le Pleurer-rire d’Henri Lopès», in Le Postmodernisme dans le roman africain, paris, l’harmattan, 2012.

 

 

Courses

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FREN3335S - Seduction French &Franco Plays      

THIS COURSE TAUGHT AT MILLS CAMPUS

This course is designed to serve as a thorough introduction to contemporary French and Francophone literature. After a short summary of the historical evolution that lead from the epic of the Middle Ages to the literary movements of the Twentieth Century (Surrealism, Nouveau Roman…), we will focus on the recent production over the last three decades to give an overview of what is being written and read today. Students will be introduced to the broad trends, themes and aesthetics through a selection of representative authors and works (several excerpts will be circulated), including relevant figures from the French-speaking world.

Summer 2012

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FREN3350S - Francophone Civilizations      

THIS COURSE TAUGHT AT MILLS CAMPUS

This course is designed to serve as an overall introduction to the culture and civilization of France from the Middle Ages to the present. Using an interdisciplinary approach linking literature, art and cultural history, we will study how French society has been put together over centuries to create a worldwide famous cultural situation; we will also consider what is left of these assets as expressed today by analyzing trends and issues of contemporary France through the political, social and cultural situation. The course will also study the rise of the so-called ‘Francophonie’ (French-speaking world), with the aim of understanding the processes of contacts between France and non-European cultures through the medium of a common language.

Summer 2012

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FREN3442S - Understanding French Civ      

Understanding French Civilization

THIS COURSE TAUGHT AT MILLS CAMPUS

This course is designed for students to deepen their knowledge of France through a thorough analysis of what is meant by ‘French Civilization’. The workshop means to bring to light the main components of ‘Francité’ (Frenchness) in order to understand from inside how French society functions; using an interdisciplinary approach interconnecting cultural history, intercultural studies, sociology and anthropology, the course will highlight key patterns such as Hexagon, citizenship, national unity or the State (‘l’Etat’) with the aim of deciphering the complex framework of relationships that organize the so-called ‘French model’. The course is therefore intended to provide students with a better understanding of French past and current political characteristics, economic challenges, social issues and cultural assets.

Summer 2012

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The Betty Ashbury Jones MA ’86 School of French

Sunderland Language Center
Middlebury College
P: 802.443.5526
F: 802.443.2075

Mailing address
Betty Ashbury Jones MA ’86 School of French
14 Old Chapel Road
Middlebury College
Middlebury, VT  05753

Sheila Schwaneflugel, Coordinator

frenchschool@middlebury.edu