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Anne Mullen-Hohl
Assistant Professor of French
Department of Modern Languages


Seton Hall University 
College of Arts and Sciences

Honors B.A.  French and Spanish (University College Dublin, Ireland)

M.A.French (Queens College, City University of New York)

M.Phil.(Columbia University
Ph.D French (Columbia University)  

My specialization  is l9th and 20th century French and Francophone Literature in particular the works of Gustave Flaubert and Maryse Conde.  My publications include a book on: Exoticism in Salammbo: The Languages of Myth, Religion and War and numerous articles in my areas of expertise.  I am fascinated by African and Caribbean literature and am writing a book on: "Unbinding Boundaries: The Quest for Identity and Beyond in Maryse Conde's Works."  Currently I am preparing a manuscript of Flauberts La Tentation de Saint Antoine


During the academic year I coordinate the French program and teach advanced French language courses, civilization, literature and film.   I am faculty advisor to the French Club.  In the month of July, each year, I direct the Seton Hall Summer Program in Paris.  Our students earn three credits for the French Civilization course which  I teach and three credits from the Sorbonne for a course in French language.  Students have enjoyed the opportunity to visit the monuments of Paris, to immerse themselves in the French culture and language as well as traveling throughout France and Europe.  They have also been very successful in their academic pursuits.



Anne Mullen Hohl, Seton Hall University
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