Deborah Reisinger, Assistant Professor of the Practice and Arts & Sciences and Affiliate, Duke Global Health Institute of Duke Global Health Institute
- Contact Info:
Teaching (Fall 2018):
- French 302s.01, Cultural/literary persp
- Social sciences 109, MW 11:45 AM-01:15 PM
- French 325s.01, Glbl displacement: voix franc
- Perkins 079, MW 10:05 AM-11:20 AM
- Ph.D. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 2001
- M.A. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1995
- B.A. University of Kansas 1992
Linguistics and Theories of Pedagogy
- Research Interests: Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum, Business Language Studies, Applied Linguistics, Machine Translation
Machine Translation in Language Acquisition, Business Language Studies : Social Entrepreneurship, French for Specific Purposes: Global Health and Refugee Populations, AP French Exam Development Committee
- Areas of Interest:
- Contemporary French culture
Business Language Studies (Social Entrepreneurship)
French for Specific Purposes (Global Health, Business, Education)
Computer Assisted Language Learning (Machine Translation)
Second Language Acquisition
- Curriculum Vitae
- Representative Publications
- D.S. Reisinger, Crime and Media in Contemporary France, Comparative Cultural Studies
pp. 230, Purdue University Press.
- Reisinger, DS, Student video projects,
AATF National Bulletin, vol. 32 no. 2
pp. 21-22 [abs].
- Reisinger, DS, Writing Memory: Point kilométrique 190 and the Grimzi affaire,
in New Approaches to Crime in French Literature, Culture and Film, edited by Harwick, L
pp. 191-203, Peter Lang.
- Reisinger, DS, Murder and Banality in the Contemporary fait divers,
South Central Review, vol. 17 no. 4
- D.S. Reisinger, Samantha Earp, Joan Clifford, Effective Uses of a Course Management System,
in Teaching with Technology, Heinle Professional Series in Language Instruction, edited by Jessamine Cooke-Plagwitz, Lara Lomicka
(Fall, 2003), Heinle.
- Reisinger, DS, Marketing to the World
(November, 2008) [idea.html#nov08].
- Reisinger, DS, Literary and Cinematic Responses to the Crime Story in Contemporary France,
CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture., vol. 9 no. 4
pp. 1-10 [available here].
- Reisinger, DS, Le Tour de France: sport et identité
(Fall, 2005), UNC Center for European Studies [htm] [abs].
- D.S. Reisinger, de l'aide: Directory of Elementary Language Activities for Instructors at Duke
(2003) [html] [abs].
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