April 30, 2013
El Hadji Malick Ndiaye joins the Department
of Modern Languages and Cultures in September. Ndiaye will teach French
language, literature, and culture. He has been a full-time lecturer in
French at Columbia University in New York City where he organized a two-day
conference on “Intellectualism in Francophone Africa.”
his Ph.D. in French literature from Université Européenne de Bretagne . He also
holds master's degrees in modern French literature, Francophone studies, and
media and communication science. His research focuses on French regionalism from
La Belle Epoque to present days, French-speaking Canada, and Fulani
transnationalism in Africa. He is currently working on a book on the notion of
“francophone author” through various identical and theoretical perspectives.
Ndiaye is also a novelist and a poet; he recently published Altercultures,
a book exploring a possible transformation of collective belongings by
The College of Arts and Sciences, the largest
college in Seattle
University, offers 42 major, 37 minors, and 7 master’s degrees. The Department of Modern Language offers
degrees in French, Spanish,
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