Assistant Professor and French Language Program Director
Modern Foreign Languages and Literatures
A native of Nantes (western France), Sèbastien Dubreil moved to the US in 1994 and received his Ph.D. from Emory University in 2002. His research interests include the definition of culture in the foreign language classroom, its place in the curriculum, and the methods of assessment of the acquisition of culture. More specifically, Dubreil has extensively investigated the use of multimedia technologies (video and the Internet) in the teaching of culture in the foreign language classroom. He is also interested in French and Francophone cinema and enjoys teaching film. He was awarded the 2009 College of Arts and Sciences Junior Faculty Teaching Award.
Expertise Categories: Contemporary French Culture | Applied Linguistics | Language and Culture | Computer-Assisted Learning | Internet-Mediated Culture Learning