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CV - Michigan Technological University
Curriculum Vitae
Dany Jacob
[September 1st , 2016]
CONTACT
Department of Humanities
Michigan Technological University
337 Walker Arts & Humanities Center
1400 Townsend Drive
Houghton, MI 49931-1295
Office: +1 906-487-1437
Cell: +1 716-866-1872
[email protected]
EDUCATION
2013 – 2016
Ph.D. in Romance Literature and Languages, State University of New York
at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY
Dissertation: L’Effet dandy: une société en crise (dir. Dr. J.-J. Thomas)
2011 – 2013
M.A. Romance Literature and Languages, State University at Buffalo,
Buffalo, NY
Thesis: Eros déchu- la séduction flaubertienne
2008 – 2011
B.A. European Cultures, French Studies, University of Luxembourg,
Luxembourg,
Thesis: L’art pictural et le plaisir sensuel. Approche critique de la Recherche
du temps perdu de Marcel Proust à partir d’À l’ombre des jeunes filles en
fleurs (1918).
ACADEMIC APPOINTMENT AND TEACHING
2016- present
Fall 2016 :
2011-2016
Visiting Assistant Professor of French, Michigan Technological University
HU 2271 : Level I A French Language and Culture
HU 2272 : Level 1 B French Language and Culture
HU 2273 : Transitional Level I French Language and Culture
Graduate Teaching Assistant, State University of New York at Buffalo
2015-2016
Beginning French 102 – Spring
Beginning French 101 – Fall
2014-2015
Beginning French 102 & Intermediate French 152 – Spring
Beginning French 101 – Fall
Beginning French 102 – Summer
2013-2014
Advanced Beginner 104 – Spring (twice)
Advanced Beginner 104 & Intermediate French 151 – Fall
Advanced Beginner French 104 – Summer
2013-2012
Beginning French 102 – Spring
Beginning French 101 & Advanced Beginner French 104 – Fall
Beginning French 102 – Summer
2011-2012
Advanced Beginner French 104 – Spring
Beginning French 101 – Fall
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PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
Research Assistant for Melodia E. Jones Chair (Dr. J.-J. Thomas), State University of New
York at Buffalo (2014 - 2016)
Executive Editor’s Assistant
Formules 19, 2015, “Formes: supports/espaces”, C. Reggiani, C. Reig, H. Salceda, J.J. Thomas, 2014/2015.
Arcade Formules Video Creations, Film Production for Formules and FPC, Titles,
2015.
Il mondo di Gianni Rodari : Parcours et réflexions sur l’apprentissage des enfants et
des adultes face à la parole et aux frontières culturelles, C. Cicotti, 2010/2011 (editor).
Technical Assistant for the Conferences
“Aimé Césaire’s 100 First Lights: Aesthetics, Alternative Subjectivity, and Global
Human Relations”, Dr. Christian Flaugh (organizer)
Buffalo, NY, USA September 27th – 28th 2013
“ACQS Outreach Seminar”
Buffalo, NY, USA March 22nd –23rd 2013, Dr. J.-J. Thomas (organizer)
“OuLiPo @50”
Buffalo, NY, USA October 5th – 8th 2011, Camille Bloomfield, Marc Lapprand, J.-J.
Thomas (organizers)
Panel Chair
“Oui, les poètes” at SUNY at Buffalo Comparative Literature Graduation Student’s
Association Conference “Oui the People” – April 22nd, 2016, SUNY at Buffalo.
“Aesthetic Visions of Immortality” at 30th Annual Interdisciplinary NineteenthCentury Studies Conference – “Mobilities” – April 17th 2015, Georgia Technology
Institute, Atlanta.
“Re-vival of the Dark Figures” at the 4th Annual Graduate Student Conference “The
Biggest Comebacks”: Tenacious Resurgence of Cultural Topoi – March 28th 2015,
SUNY at Buffalo.
“Mutable Bridges: French and Francophone Identities” at the 3rd Annual Graduate
Student Conference “Minding the Gap”: On Bridges, Breaches and Borders – October
12th 2013, SUNY at Buffalo.
Graduate Student Association, State University of New York at Buffalo
President, Romance Literature and Languages GSA (2015 - 2016)
Treasurer, RLL GSA (2013 – 2015)
President, “The French Connection” [Special Interest club, French] (2014 - present)
Treasurer, “The French Connection” (2011 - 2014)
Academic Integrity and Grievance Pool graduate student representative , State University of
New York at Buffalo, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures (2014, 2015,
2016)
Exam Juror for Excellence in French Studies Award (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016)
Competition for Buffalo High School’s best students in French.
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Member of Organization Committee
Poetics: The (Next 25) Years – “Creeley and France – International Innovative Poetry”
– April 6th , 2016, SUNY University at Buffalo.
5th Annual Graduate Student Conference “Framing the Self(ie)”: Heterogeneity of
Identities in (non)spaces– April 1st – 2nd 2016, SUNY University at Buffalo.
L2 Pedagogy Workshops: “Intersections & Crossings: Effective Transitions in Second
Language Learning” by Dr. Cindy McPhail (Nazareth College) – February 27th 2016,
SUNY University at Buffalo.
4th Annual Graduate Student Conference “The Biggest Comebacks”: Tenacious
Resurgence of Cultural Topoi – March 27th – 28th 2015, SUNY University at Buffalo.
3rd Annual Graduate Student Conference “Minding the Gap”: On Bridges, Breaches
and Borders – October 11th – 12th 2013, SUNY University at Buffalo.
Foreign Language Acquisition Workshop by Dr. Reyes Llopis-Garcia (Columbia
University), “Collaborative Learning in the Foreign Language Classroom” – April 20th
2013, SUNY University at Buffalo.
PUBLICATIONS
Critical works (published)
“Pélagie-la-Charrette or The Claim of the Earth”, The Context Journal of Language,
Literature, Cultural Studies Volume 1, Issue 3, Magnus Publishing, India, 2014. (Open
Access, http://magnuspublishing.com/thecontext-vol1n3)
“Le Dom Juan de Molière, qui a lancé la première pierre ?”, Acta Iassyensia
Comparationis, 15 (1/2015): Héros et Antihéros/Heroes and Antiheroes. (Open
Access, http://www.literaturacomparata.ro)
“Cherchez la femme: Fetishization of the Woman in Lovesick”, Cinema Invites Other
Gazes, book chapter, collective work directed by Luciana Silveira and Dago Schelin
[forthcoming, 2016]
Critical works (forthcoming)
“Casanova: désir de l’artifice, artifice du désir”, Animé/Anima: Robots, marionettes,
automates sur scène et à l’écran, book chapter, collective work directed by Florence
Fix [forthcoming, 2016]
“’Let them eat cake’ : Young & Hungry’s take on popular modern sitcom”, book
chapter, edited collection on ABC Family/Freefom, collective work directed by Emily
Newman and Emily Witsell [forthcoming, 2017]
Critical works (submitted)
“Dandyism : In Search of a Lost Identity”, Masculinities [submitted, 2016]
Non-academic works
“Boy
Meets
Boy”,
in
Lehigh
lehighvalleyvanguard.org), 2015.
Valley
Vanguard
(Open
“REFLETS”, in Les Cahiers de Poésie 39, éd. Joseph Ouaknine, 2014.
Rédemption (recueil poétique), éd. Joseph Ouaknine, 2014.
Access,
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CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION
2016
“Oui / « We », the Acadians : Francophone narratives in French-centralized theory”
Comparative Literature Graduation Student’s Association Conference “Oui the
People” – April 22nd, 2016, SUNY University at Buffalo.
“Dandyism: the Art of Performing in between”
5th Annual Graduate Student Conference “Framing the Self(ie)”: Heterogeneity of
Identities in (non)spaces– April 1st – 2nd 2016, SUNY University at Buffalo.
“How Dandy are you?” (Round table)
47th Annual NeMLA Convention,
Hartford, CT, USA, March 17th – March 20, 2016
“The Mechanical Man in Fellini’s Casanova”
47th Annual NeMLA Convention,
Hartford, CT, USA, March 17th – March 20, 2016
2015
“Le dandy, au seuil du masculin”
Colloque International des Études Françaises et Francophones des XXème et XXIème
siècles – “Passages, seuils, portes”
St. Louis, MO, USA, March 17th – 19th , 2016
“The Great Masculine Renunciation”: The Social Construction of Male Identity From
the 19th Century to Today
Equals [=]: An Undergraduate Symposium– University at Buffalo, SUNY
Buffalo, NY, USA, November 20th , 2015
“Le dandy, quel fétiche!/The dandy, what a fetish!”
La Tribune des étudiant-e-s en literature comparée, 2ème edition – “Comparatistes:
affirmez- vous!/Comparatists: Assert yourselves!” – University of Toronto
Toronto, ON, Canada, October 30th 2015
“The Dandy, Public Enemy n°1”
30th Annual Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies Conference – “Mobilities”
Atlanta, GA, USA, April 16th – April 19th , 2015
“The Dandy: Mankind’s Fetish”
Body Imaging and the Body Imaginary: An interdisciplinary Psyc hoanalytic
Conference – Emory University
Atlanta, GA, USA, April 3rd – April 4th , 2015
“Beyond Space, Beyond Time: Jay Gatsby as Dandy”
Graduate Student Conference “The Biggest Comebacks”: Tenacious Resurgence of
Cultural Topoi – University at Buffalo, SUNY
Buffalo, NY, USA, March 27th – 28th , 2015
2012
“Don Juan, Eternal Myth or Just Plain Fiction?”
110th Annual Conference of the Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association
Seattle, WA, USA, October 19th – 21st , 2012.
“Valmont vs. Merteuil”
69th Annual South Central MLA Conference - “Death, Eros and the Literary
Enterprise”
San Antonio, TX, USA, November 8 th – 10th , 2012
“Marquise de Merteuil: libertine et femme fatale”
32nd Cincinnati Conference on Romance Languages and Literatures
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Cincinnati, OH, USA, May 3rd – 5th , 2012.
“Le pouvoir enchanteur des Chants de Maldoror”
65th Annual Kentucky Foreign Language Conference
Lexington, KY, USA, April 19th – 21st , 2012
“Proust et la poétique du regard”
18th Annual Carolina Conference on Romance Literatures - “Visual Reading: Images,
Perspective, and the Text”
Chapel Hill, NC, USA, March 22nd – 24th , 2012
“Le péché social dans Moderato Cantabile”
43rd Annual NeMLA Convention,
Rochester, NY, USA, March 15th – 18th , 2012
Round table Moderator
2016
“To the Self … and Beyond!” – Round table on the importance of the self in
(non)academic cultures: Dr. Charles Batson (Union College), Dr. Elizabeth Scarlett,
Dr. Fernanda Negrete, Dr. Kari Wonter, Dr. Tero Karppi at “Framing the Self(ie)”:
Heterogeneity of Identities in (non)spaces– 1 – 2 avril 2016, SUNY University at
Buffalo.
2015
“Re-opening our Minds” – Round table on comebacks and resurgence in academia and
popular culture: Dr. Nelson (Concordia University), Dr. Castillo, Dr. Graves-Monroe,
Dr. Schiff and Dr. Nickard at “The Biggest Comebacks”: Tenacious Resurgence of
Cultural Topoi – March 28th 2015, SUNY at Buffalo.
2014
“Round table with Quebec guests and UB English experimental group on main trends:
Bertrand Gervais, Amélie Paquet, Benoît Bordeleau, Christina Milletti, Dimitri
Anastasopoulos” at “USA – Québec Xperimental Writing” Symposium – March 28th 29th 2014, Karpeles Museum, Buffalo, NY.
WORKSHOPS
L2 Pedagogy Workshops: “Intersections & Crossings: Effective Transitions in Second Language
Learning” by Dr. Cindy McPhail (Nazareth College) – February 27th 2016, SUNY University at
Buffalo.
“Speaking Your Language” Event – Cengage Learning Engagement Services – ‘DISCOVER!
CONNECT! CREATE! Making Presentation and Practice Come Alive in the Communicative
Language Teaching Classroom” by Dr. Wynne Wong (The Ohio State University) – November
6th , 2015, University at Buffalo, SUNY.
“The Changing Landscape of Language Teaching” – Cengage Learning Engagement Services –
October 4th , 2013, University at Buffalo, SUNY.
“Designing an Exemplary Course” by Roberta Sullivan (University at Buffalo) – September 18th
2013, University at Buffalo, SUNY.
Foreign Language Acquisition Workshop by Dr. Reyes Llopis-Garcia (Columbia University),
“Collaborative Learning in the Foreign Language Classroom” – April 20th 2013, University at
Buffalo, SUNY.
RESEARCH AND STUDY ABROAD
Fall 2010/2011
Paris 3 – Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris, France
ERASMUS study abroad semester
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NOMINATIONS/AWARDS/GRANTS
Nominated for Milton Pleasur Award 2014
LANGUAGES
French
Luxembourgish
German
English
Italian
Portuguese
Latin
Ancient Greek
Native tongue
Near native fluency
Reading knowledge, intermediate oral fluency
Intermediate oral fluency
Intermediate knowledge
Basic knowledge
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
Modern Language Association, North Eastern Modern Language Association, South Central
Modern Language Association, Pacific Ancient Modern Language Association, Interdisciplinary
Nineteenth-Century Studies, American Association of Teachers of French
REFERENCES
Dr. Jean-Jacques Thomas, UB Distinguished Professor and Melodia E. Jones Chair
907 Clemens Hall, University at Buffalo, Buffalo NY 14260
(716) 645 0862, [email protected]
Dr. Jeannette Ludwig, Associate Professor, French (French Language Program Supervisor)
935 Clemens Hall, University at Buffalo, Buffalo NY 14260
(716) 645 0877, [email protected]
Dr. Rodolphe Gasché, UB Distinguished Professor and Euge nio Donato Chair of Comparative
Literature
639 Clemens Hall, University at Buffalo, Buffalo NY 14260
(716) 645 0855, [email protected]
Dr. Diane Christian, SUNY Distinguished Teaching professor, English
615 Clemens Hall, University at Buffalo, Buffalo NY 14260
(716) 645 3626, [email protected]
Dr. Elizabeth Scarlett, Professor and Chair of the Department of Romance Languages and
Literature
924 Clemens Hall, University at Buffalo, Buffalo NY 14260
(716) 645 0873, [email protected]
Dr. Maureen Jameson, Associate Professor, French (Proust and XIXth Century French)
901 Clemens Hall, University at Buffalo, Buffalo NY 14260
(716) 645 0860, [email protected]
Dr. Shaun Irlam, Associate Professor, Comparative Literature
641 Clemens Hall, University at Buffalo, Buffalo NY 14260
(716) 645 0856, [email protected]
Dr. Gary Nickard, Clinical Associate Professor, Visual Arts
202 Center for the Arts, University at Buffalo, Buffalo NY 14260
(716) 645 0529, [email protected]

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