Christine Knapp

Christine Knapp

Basic French Program Coordinator & Lecturer

christine.knapp@wayne.edu

 467 Manoogian

Christine Knapp

Research Interest/Area of Expertise

  • -minority francophone poetry and theater

Education – Degrees, Licenses, Certifications

  • Ph.D., French Studies, Western University (London, Ontario, Canada), 2017
  • M.A., French Studies, Western University (London, Ontario, Canada), 2005
  • B.A. Honors, French Literature & Linguistics, University of Windsor (Ontario, Canada), 2004

Awards and Grants

  • -Academic Integrity Award, University of Windsor (2012-2013 & 2013-2014)
    -USC Teaching Honour Roll Award of Excellence, Western University (2008-2009)
    -Lynne-Lionel Scott Scholarship, Western University (2008-2009)
    -Mary Routledge Graduate Research Fellowship (2007-2008 & 2008-2009)
    -Graduate Thesis Research Award, Western University (2007-2008)
    -Ontario Graduate Scholarship (2005-2006, 2008-2009 & 2009-2010)
    -Board of Governors Medal, University of Windsor (2004)
    -Dr. Marie Caron Memorial Award, University of Windsor (2003)
    -University of Windsor Community Scholar Award (2000)

Selected Publications

Knapp, Christine. « La poésie de Tina Charlebois et le complexe je-tu ». Écrire au féminin au Canada français. Johanne Melançon. Ed. Sudbury : Prise de parole, 2013. 241-259.

Knapp, Christine. « Plurilinguisme et espace francophone dans French Town et L’homme effacé de Michel Ouellette ». Voix plurielles: Revue de l'Association des Professeur-e-s de Français des Universités et Collèges Canadiens (APFUCC) 8.1 (2011): 24-53.

Knapp, Christine. « Les fées ont soif de Denise Boucher : le devenir littéraire d’une pièce censurée ». Revue Boréal: Département de français de l'Université de Victoria 2 (2008): 78-95.

Currently Teaching

  • FRE 1020 Elementary French, 4 credits, Fall 2017

    FRE 3200 French Cafe, 3 credits, Fall 2017

Courses taught

FRE 1020 Elementary French, 4 credits, Fall 2016

FRE 1020 Elementary French, 4 credits, Winter 2017

FRE 5100 Advanced Composition, 3 credits, Winter 2017