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Didier G. Bertrand

Associate Professor of French in World Languages and Cultures
Department: World Languages and Cultures, French
317-274-3902
Cavanaugh Hall (CA) 501E

Education

Education

  • PhD University of Iowa 1991
  • MA University of Iowa 1985
  • BA Université de Picardie (France) 1982

Teaching

Teaching

Writing Across the Curriculum, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Pedagogy of technology, Online Teaching, UDL (Universal Design for Learning).

Awards

Awards

Carnegie Fellowship, 2001-2002

IUPUI Network for Excellence in Teaching 1996

Teaching Excellence Recognition Award 1998-2000

IUPUI Writing Faculty Forum 1998

Outstanding Club Advisor Award 1999

West European National Resource Center Grant 2000

Publications

Publications

Test Yourself in French Grammar (National Textbook Corp 1996)

Co-author Entre Amis: Cahier d’Activites (Houghton-Mifflin Co. 1998) and Controverses(Cengage, 2006; 2nd edition: 2011)

Articles in Romance Notes, Romance Languages AnnalsReligion & LiteratureDalhousie French Studies, Les CahiersForell, and Iris

Service

Service

Reviewer, The French Review; Consultant, Houghton-Mifflin Co.; Consultant, Heinle & Heinle Co; Director, Program in French, WLAC, IUPUI

Academic Interests

Academic Interests

Curriculum development, Writing, the Robinson Crusoe narratives, Post-colonial and Feminist Studies, Literature and Photography (Ekphrasis), literature and religion, French Canadian Literature and Culture. Authors: Jules Verne, Michel Tournier, Marguerite Duras, Monique Proulx, Jacques Poulin, Roch Carrier, and Patrick Modiano, to name a few.

Location

Location:
Cavanaugh Hall (CA) 501E
Address:
425 University Boulevard
Indianapolis, IN 46202