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Students are eligible to apply for this program if they meet the following criteria:
- Degree-seeking student
least sophomore standing at time of participation
GPA at time of application
- Completion of intermediate college-level French language or
- Course and program prerequisites
Dr. Edward Costello
Art & Literature
Edward T. Costello holds a doctorate in Comparative Literature from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He lived and taught in Nigeria for two years before moving to France in 1977. In France he has taught for Schiller College, for the University of Wisconsin, the University of California, and the University of Illinois as well as for the University of North Carolina Wilmington. Dr. Costello teaches courses in 19th and 20th century literature and arts; his areas of particular interest are gender and sexuality, particularly the histories of masculinities, memory and trauma.
Michel Bondurand holds a Maitrise in Arabic language and literature from INALCO-Langues'O in Paris and a Master degree in French and Film studies from San Francisco State University and UC Berkeley. He is currently completing a doctoral dissertation about sex and terrorism in contemporary popular American and French cultures. He has traveled extensively and taught French as well as Arabic in Europe, North America and the Middle East. In Paris he teaches History of French Cinema and European Cinema for UNCW.
Jean Marc Fernandez
Jean-Marc Fernandez holds a Masters degree in English from the University of Lille , an “ABD” in Political Science from Indiana University , and a DEA in Sociology from the University of Paris IX- Dauphine. He teaches Contemporary French Politics.