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CURRICULUM VITAE HEDI A. JAOUAD 81 State St. Saratoga
CURRICULUM VITAE
HEDI A. JAOUAD
81 State St.
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
(518) 583 7860
EDUCATION :
1977-1983
Ph.D. in French Literature, Temple University.
Dissertation Title: "Tendances
maghrébine
surréalistes dans la littérature
d'expression française."
1975-1976
M.A. in English Literature, La Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris III.
M.A. Thesis: "The Image of the East in Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria
Quartet ."
1968-1973
B.A. in English, University of Tunis, Tunis, Tunisia.
1967
Baccalauréat (Philo-Lettres), Tunisia.
AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION :
Comparative Literature, Twentieth-Century French Literature, Franco-African Literature, Maghrebian
Literature in French, History and Theory of Criticism, Francophone Film.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE :
2001-Present
Editor, Revue CELAAN Review.
1981-2000
Associate Editor, Revue CELFAN Review.
1995-Present
Associate Professor, Skidmore College.
1995-Present
, PMLA
Reader and evaluator for Research in African Literatures , Présence Francophone
and Expressions Maghrébines.
June 2000
Co-organizer of the CIEF International conference, Sousse (Tunisia)
Fall 1999
Resident at the Center for Educational Technology, Middlebury College.
June 1997
cultures.”
1996-1997
Organizer of the international conference "Le Maghreb à la croisée des
Hammamet (Tunisia), 15-21 June 1997.
Fulbright Lecturer, Department of English, Université Tunis 1.
May 1996
Skidmore College.
Francophone workshop for high school teachers from the Capital region,
Summer 1994
June –
Faculty, NEH Summer Institute--La Francophonie. Old Dominion University, 27
22 July 1994.
Fall 1994
College.
Curator of a Surrealist Art exhibition "Phases of Desire," Case Center, Skidmore
1988-1989
1983-1988
United
Summer of 1983
United Nations - Reviser (Verbatim Reporting Service).
Teacher, French Language and Literature, Department of Modern Languages,
Nations International School, New York, NY.
Instructor of French, Philadelphia Community College.
1982-1983
University.
Lecturer, French Language and Literature, Department of French, Rutgers
1977-1982
Italian,
Teaching Assistant, French Language and Literature, Department of French and
Temple University.
1974-1975
French Instructor, Greenwood High School, London, England.
1972-1974
Tunisia.
Teacher of English-as-a-Second-Language, Lycée Mixte de Gabès, Gabès,
1969-1970
French Instructor, Ealing Grammar School for Boys, London, England.
LANGUAGES :
Native fluency: French and Arabic; Near-native fluency: English; Good reading and speaking knowledge:
Spanish.
PUBLICATIONS :
BOOKS:
Rimbaud et l'Algérie . NY/Tunis: Les Mains Secrètes, 2002.
Fugues de Barbarie: les écrivains maghrébins et le surréalisme . NY/Tunis: Les Mains Secrètes, 1998.
EDITING:
ARTICLES :
Ed.
Co-guest editor. The Literary Review . North Africa: Literary Crossroads 41.2 (1997).
“Habib Tengour ou le ‘zappeur surréaliste.' Habib Tengour ou l'ancre ou la vague.
Mourad Yelles. Paris: Karthala, 2003. 39-64.
”"L'humour au Beur noir." Expressions maghrébines 1.2 (Winter 2002).109-127..
"Derrida's Nostalgeria; or, Autobiography in the Language of the Other." Remembering Africa . Ed.
Elisabeth Mudimbe-Boyi. New York: Heinemann, 2002 (publication date: 12.30.02).
Introduction. El repudio . By Rachid Boudjedra.Barcelona: Emecé Editores, 2002. 5-21.
"Cingria et l'Afrique du Nord." Erudition et liberté: l'univers de Charles-Albert Cingria . Paris: NRF,
Gallimard, 2000. 408-438.
"Tanger dans l'imaginaire de Paul Bowles." Cahiers d'études maghrébines 13 (2000): 21-7.
"The Sands of Rhyme: Thackeray and Abd al Qadir.” Research in African Literature 30.3 (Fall 1999):
196-206.
"Mohammed Dib ou le surréalisme tellurique." Lumières Africaines . Ed. Amadou Koné. New Orleans:
UP of the South, 1997. 159-84.
"Le surréalisme et la question coloniale." The Bulletin of Francophone Africa 4.9 (1997): 60-73.
"Salah Garmadi ou le Bédouin de Tunis." Ifriqiya 1.1 (1997):
53-74.
"'Too much in the sun': Sons, Mothers, and Impossible Alliances in Francophone Maghrebian Writing."
Research in African Literature 27.3 (1996): 15-33.
“Francophone Tunisian Literature,” F. Mellah,” “M. Tlili,” “M. Aziza,” “M. El Houssi” and “A. Saïd." The
New Oxford Companion to Literature in French . 1995.
Introduction. The Repudiation . By Rachid Boudjedra. Three Continents Press: 1993.1-15.
"Kateb's Modernity: Rewriting Surrealism." Sub-Stance 11.3 (1992): 11-29.
"Portrait of the Artist as a Nomad." Yale French Studies 83.2 (1992): 93-117.
“M. Mas'adi,” “A. Memmi” and “A. Shabbi." The Encyclopedia of World Literature in the Twentieth
Century . 1992.
"Jacques Derrida: l'Algérie ou l'enfance troglodyte." Cahier d'études maghrébines . (1992): 169-172.
"Driss Chraibi: Master of the Maghreb." The World and I (October 1991): 438-49.
"Sacrilegious discourse." Middle East Report 163 (March-April 1990): 34-36.
"Mohammed Khaïr-Eddine: The Poet as Iconoclast." Research in African Literature 23.2 (Summer 1992):
145-150.
"Jung en Afrique." Revue Francophone 6.1 (
): 19-37.
"Isabelle Eberhardt: Life as an Oxymoron." Cahiers d'études maghrébines 1.2 (Spring 1990): 123-126.
"The Dialectics of the Archaic and the Postmodern." Studies in 20 th -Century Literature 15.1 (Winter
1991): 59-76.
Interview. "Paul Bowles à Tanger." Revue CELFAN 7.3 (May 1989): 15-18.
"Ero-Esotericisim in Khatibi's Poetry." Revue CELFAN 8.1-2 (1989): 23-27.
"L'Amour, la fantasia: Autobiography as Fiction." Revue CELFAN 7.1-2 ( 1987-8): 25-29.
"Isabelle Eberhardt." Revue CELFAN 6.1 (1986): 9-15.
"Tradition and Modernity in A. Meddeb's Talismano ." Revue CELFAN 4.2 (1985): 7-10.
"Abderrahmane LOUNES: pour une poésie de graphie française à la portée de tous." Revue CELFAN 2.1
(November 1982): 6-8.
“Relecture: L'opium et le bâton.” Revue CELFAN 3.2 (1984): 15-17.
"Ethnography vs. Ethnocentrism in Le Fils du Pauvre." Revue CELFAN 1.2 (February 1982): 26-8.
"Présence de Salah Garmadi." Revue CELFAN 2.1 (November 1982): 23-24.
"Tunisian Literature." The Encyclopedia of World Literature in the Twentieth Century . New York: Ungar
Book, 1984.
"La nouvelle Poésie tunisienne de langue française." Actes du Congrès mondial des littératures de langue
française . Padoue, 1983. 427-432.
TRANSLATIONS:
“No Burial Allowed” and “Barbarian” by Mohammed Khaïr-Eddine, Banipal ,
Nos 10-11 (Spring/Summer 2001).
“The River and Death” By Badr Shakir al-Sayyab (co-translated with Pierre Joris), Poems For the
Millenium .(University of California Press, 1995).
“The Frigidaire,” by Salah Garmadi, The Literary Review , Vol. 41, No. 2.
“Advice to My Kinfolk to Be Used After My Death,“ by Salah Garmadi. The Literary Review , Vol. 41,
No. 2..
.
The South Wind,” by A. Benhadouga. The Literary Review , Vol. 41, No. 2.
“In the Beginning I Had A Name,” M. Bennis. The Literary Review , Vol. 41, No. 2.
“Winter,” by M. Ghozzi. The Literary Review , Vol. 41, No. 2.
.
“The Gangway to the Elevator,” by T. Ouattar. The Literary Review , Vol. 41, No. 2.
PAPERS :
“Rimbaud et l'Algérie,” Club SANABEL, Geneva, Switzerland: March 2000.
“Le Fou de Nedjma,”Colloque sur Kateb Yacine. New York, Maison française: Novembre 1999.
"Concrétisme et poésie: vers un langage-objet.” ALA, Austin, TX.
March 1998.
"Michel Foucault à Tunis," Center for Maghrebi Studies. Tunis:
November 1996.
"Le soufialisme." Club Tahar Haddad, Tunis. February 1977.
"Khaïr-Eddine et Césaire." CIEF, Charleston, SC. 6-10 June 1995.
"Jacques Derrida's Algeria." ALA, Columbus, OH. 16-20 March 1995.
"Soufisme et surréalisme." CIEF, Québec. 11-16 April 1994.
"M. Khaïr-Eddine: relecteur de Breton." Colloquium for 20 th -c. French Studies, Dartmouth College. 1720 March 1994.
"Les Ecrivains devant la francophonie." Old Dominion University. 22 October 1993.
"An overview of Maghrebi Francophone Literature." Carthage. December 1992.
"Le surréalisme et les écrivains maghrébins de langue française." Tunis. November 1992.
"Le divan dans le maquis: l'Algérie de Frantz Fanon." Colloquium for 20 th -c. French Studies, University
of Pennsylvania. March 1992.
"Kateb Yacine: réécrivain algérien." Société Des Professeurs Français et Francophones d'Amérique,
Fordham University. March 1992.
"L'Afrique des psychologues." CIEF, Strasbourg. June 1992.
"The poetics and politics of the bilingual text." El Primer Congresso in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico. 4-8
February 1991.
"The Voices of Ahmadou Kourouma." African Studies Association, Baltimore. November 1990.
"C. G. Jung: Le voyage en Tunisie." CIEF, Martinique. April 1990.
"Archaïsme et post-modernisme dans le texte maghrébin de langue française." MLA, Washington D.C.
December 1989.
"Escape and freedom in the writings of Isabelle Eberhardt." African Literature Association, University of
Michigan, East Lansing. April 1986.
"Tanger dans l'imaginaire de Paul Bowles.” Fifth Forum on North African Literature, Temple University,
Philadelphia. 1986.
" The 1001 Nights in Maghrebian Literature.” Third Forum on North African Literature, Temple
University, Philadelphia. 1985.
"Arabic and French Language Literature of Tunisia." First Forum on North African Literature, Temple
University Center, Philadelphia. 1983.
"La Poésie tunisienne: tendances et problèmes." Centre mondial des literatures françaises, Padova, Italy.
1983.
" Souffles and the Surrealist legacy in Maghrebine Literature of French Expression." African Literature
Association, Washington, D. C. April 1982.
"Surrealist Elements in Maghrebine Literature of French Expression." African Studies Association,
Philadelphia. October 1980.
REVIEWS :
Poèmes périssables , by Abdellatif Laâbi. World Literature Today 2001.
Les Amants s'envolent vers le levant , by Chawqi Baghdâdi. World Literature Today 2001.
A quoi rêvent les loups , by Yasmina Khadra. World Literature Today 2000.
Tahar Ben Jelloun, L'écrivain des villes , by Nadia Kamal-Trense. World Literature Today . 1999.
L'Oeil de la sultane , by Albert Bensoussan. World Literature Today 1997.
La Francophonie à l'estomac , by Hédi Bouraoui. Research in African Literature 1997.
L'ouvraison , by Salah Stétié. WLT 1996.
L'enfant ébloui , by Rachid O. WLT 1996.
Le printemps n'en sera que plus beau , by Rachid Mimouni. WLT 1996.
Bangkok Blues , by Hédi Bouraoui. WLT 1996.
Jamais une ombre simple , by Hédi Keddour. WLT Winter 1996.
Une mémoire pour l'oubli , by Mahmoud Darwich. WLT Summer 1995.
Mille et un contes de la nuit , by Jamel Eddine Bencheik, Claude Bremond and André Miquel. WLT
Autumn 1992.
La remontée des cendres suivi de non identifiés , by Tahar Ben Jelloun. WLT Summer 1992.
Péchés Oublié , by Emile Habibi. WLT Summer 1992.
Mémoire en archipel , by Rabah Belamri. WLT Autumn 1991.
Neige de marbre , by Mohammed Dib. WLT Winter 1991.
Le défi du petit archer , by Jean-Pierre Millicam. WLT Winter 1990.
Le voyage nocturne de Mahomet , by Jamel Eddine Bencheik. WLT Winter 1990.
La fin des vendanges , by Hédi Keddour. WLT Summer 1990.
Mohammed Dib , by Jean Déjeux; Albert Memmi , by Judith Roumani. WLT Summer 1988.
Echosmos and L'Icônison , by Hédi Bouraoui. Revue CELFAN 1986.
Andrée Chédid , by Bettina Knapp. WLT Summer 1985.
Mesures du vent , by Malek Alloula. WLT Summer 1985.
Le thé au harem d'Archi Ahmed , by Mehdi Charef. WLT Spring 1984.
Le Fleuve détourné , by Rachid Mimouni. WLT Autumn 1983.
Shérazade , by Leila Sebbar. WLT Autumn 1983.
Plays, Prefaces and Postscripts of Tawfiq Al-Hakim, 1: Theatre of the Mind , by Tawfiq Al-Hakim. WLT
Winter 1983.
Phenomenology in Modern African Studies , by Sunday O. Anozie. African Review .
Mouloud Mammeri: Ecrivain algérien , by Mildred Mortimer. Revue CELFAN 1984.
Le personnage feminine dans le roman maghrébin de langue française Indépendances à 1980:
représentations et fonctions , by Anne Marie Nisbet. Revue CELFAN 1983.
L'exproprié , by Tahar Djaout. Revue CELFAN November 1982.
Le Barrage , by Mahmoud Messadi. WLT Summer 1982.
L'influence de la littérature française sur le roman arabe , by Kawasar Abdel Salam E-Beheiry. WLT
Spring 1981.
Josabeth et Mourad , by Abdel Arwy. WLT Spring 1982.
Une enquête au pays , by Driss Chraibi. WLT Autumn 1982.
Haïruvois suivi d'Antillades , by Hédi Bouraoui; Cristal du Rêve , by Rachid Zerrouki. Revue CELFAN
November 1981.
Femmes d'Alger dans leur appartement , by Assia Djebar. WLT Autumn 1981.
Parcours immobile , by Edmond El-Maleh. WLT Spring 1981.
PEDAGOGY :
NEH Summer Institute--La Francophonie. Old Dominion University, 27 June – 22 July 1994. Thirty-six
"Fiches pédagogiques/Lesson plans" designed, discussed and prepared with thirty high school teachers
from across the States, Levels I-IV/AP.
METHODOLOGY :
Advanced French composition at the 200 level. "Weaning/Sevrage" is a comprehensive and intensive
writing method to wean students from their mother tongue. See "Preface" for details.
COURSES TAUGHT
Undergraduate:
FF 103: Intensive Elementary French
FF 203: Intensive Intermediate French
FF 205: French Conversation
FF 208: Advanced Grammar & Composition
FF 221: Twentieth Century French literature
FF 223: Introduction to Issues in the Francophone World
FF 304: Advanced Conversation and Pronunciation
FF 376: Senior Seminar
LS II: French Colonial Africa
LS II: The Divided Eye: Studies in Surrealism
LS II: Africa through its Changing Cinema
Graduate:
MALS Seminar, Skidmore College (January 1996): African Literature
Recent American Fiction, Université de Tunis I (1996-7)
Anglophone African Literature, Université de Tunis I (1996-7)
Maghrebian Francophone literature, SUNYA (Spring 1998)
Maghrebian Francophone literature, SUNYA (Spring 2001)
COURSEWARES (developed at Middlebury College)
www.skidmore.edu/academics/fll/French/hjaouad/login-only/
A. Jean de La Fontaine au Beur noir (Xmedia template)
-- Fable: "Le rat des villes et le rat des champs"
B. Interactive Course on La Négritude (Dreamweaver). Focus on:
-- L-G Damas (Guyane française)
-- L-S Senghor (Senegal)
-- A. Césaire (Martinique)
C. Interactive Course on "Le Maghreb des Femmes."(Dreamweaver) Focus on:
-- Assia Djebar
D. Advanced French Composition: Weaning/Sevrage. (Dreamweaver)
--Chapitre 3: L'Ouïe, Sons & Bruits
E. Interactive Course on Frantz Fanon (Dreamweaver)
--"Le Monde colonial"
F. Country Profiles :(Dreamweaver)
-- Tunisie
-- Côte d'Ivoire
COURSEWARES (developed at Skidmore College)
A. The Divided Eye: Studies in Surrealism(Dreamweaver): www.skidmore.edu/~jcaruso
B. Africa Through Its Changing Cinema (Dreamweaver): www.skidmore.edu/~jcaruso
C. "Femme noire" (Libra template): a poem by L-S Senghor
SERVICE :
*Served for four years (1993-1997) on the MLA Division on French Literature outside Europe.
College governance:
*MALS Search Committee, 2002
*MALS Committee (Chair), 2000-03
*UWW Committee, 1997-1999
*Committee on Faculty Governance,1993-1995
*Board of Review, 1992-94
*Athletic Council, 1993-4
*Committee on Social Responsibility of Investing, 1993-4
*First-Year Student Advisor, 1994-present
Department governance:
*Advising responsibilities, 1989-present
*Lecture Series Coordinator, 1994-present
*Reappointment, Tenure and Promotion Guidelines Committee,
*Curriculum Committee, 1995-6
* New Student Evaluation Form Committee (Chair), 1995-6
*Organizer of the Annual FLL Multi-Language Poetry Recital, 1997-present
*Organized a two-day study trip to Montreal for my FF 223 students (Spring 1996)
COMMUNITY & PROFESSIONAL SERVICES:
*Co-organizer of the CIEF international conference, Sousse
(Tunisia)
May 27-June 3, 2000.
*Organizer of the international conference "Le Maghreb à la croisée des cultures,”
Hammamet (Tunisia), June 15-21, 1997.
*Francophone workshop for high school teachers from the Capital region,
Skidmore College, May 1996.
*Faculty, NEH Summer Institute--La Francophonie. Old Dominion
University, 27 June – 22 July 1994.
*Curator of the Surrealist exhibition "Phases of Desire" at Case Gallery, Skidmore College, 30 Sept
– 14 Oct 1994.
MEDIA & MISCELLANEA:
“A cultural Translator,” The American Center Program Bulletin
(Winter 1997).
“Du surréalisme ontologique.” La Presse Littéraire March 1997.
“Un iconoclaste entre soufisme et surréalisme.” La Presse February 1997.
“L'avènement du soufialisme.” La Presse February 1997.
“'Foucault en Tunisie' ou l'émergence d'un archéologue du quotidien.” December 1996.
“Michel Foucault à Tunis.” Le Temps December 1996.
“Le Maghreb à la croisée des cultures.” Le Renouveau June 1997.
"Comment réécrire le surréalisme." La Presse 27 November 1992.
"Le Maghreb est surréaliste." Le Temps 23 December 1992.
"Vers un humanisme arabe du 21è siècle." Le Temps 8 August
1989.
"Tendances surréalistes dans la littérature maghrébine d'expression française." Le Temps 24 September
1985.
"La nouvelle poésie tunisienne d'expression française." Le Temps 26 March 1985.