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 Stephen A Canfield

Stephen A Canfield

Department Chair/Associate Professor of French

Office: 1365 - Coleman Hall
Phone: 217-581-3021
Email: sacanfield@eiu.edu
http://ux1.eiu.edu/~sacanfield/

Office hours by appointment -- Call 217-581-3021

Current Syllabi

Frequently Taught Courses

FLF 1101-2202G Beginning through Intermediate French
FLF 3220 French for Business
FLF 3304 French Civilization
FLF 3305 French Literature I
FLF 3306 French Literature II
FLF 4200 Topics in Francophone Literatures -- Littérature québecoise
FLF 4200 Topics in Francophone Literatures -- Paris et ses poètes
FLF 4760 French Drama
FLF 4770 French Poetry

FLL 1101-2202G Beginning through Intermediate Latin

Education

International School of Brussels
Boisfort, Belgium
 High school diploma, June 1966
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Vanderbilt University
Nashville, TN
 BA, 1970        Major: Psychology       Minor: French
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University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
 MA, 1976        French Literature
 PhD, October 1992     French Literature
Specialties: 20th Century French and Québec literature
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École supérieure de commerce de Paris
Université d'été
June-July 2007  Two seminars: Enseignment du FLE; Enseignement du français des affaires

Publications

Criticism and pedagogy:
 
“Plant Imagery in Camus’ L’Étranger,” Publications of the Missouri Philological Association. 9:14-21. 1984.
 
“The Micrologue in a Student Directed Conversation Class,” The Ram’s Horn, IV. 12-15. 1986-87.
 
“Cruauté, langage et mise en scène: Théorie et technique artaudienne dans L’école des bouffons de Michel de Ghelderode,” Revue d’histoire du théâtre. 39 (2): 209-218. 1987 Apr.-June.
 
“Marsyas’ Revenge: An Analysis of Greek Archetypes in Camus’ L’Étranger,” Publications of the Missouri Philological Association, XIII, 47-53. 1988.
 
“The Integration of Drill Techniques and the Creative State: The Rassias Method in the Traditional Non-intensive Classroom,” The Ram’s Horn, V, 23-26, 1989 December.
 
Instructor’s Manual for Kaléidoscope.  San Francisco: McGraw-Hill, 1993.
 
Instructor’s Manual for Rendez-vous, 4th edition. Contributions by Stephen Canfield.  Rewrote and edited previous edition. 1994.
 
“The Paradoxical Power of the je in Hubert Aquin’s Prochain épisode,” Publications of the Missouri Philological Association, XX, 29-35. 1995.
 
“The Image of the Ethnographer and Its Function in Jacques Godbout's Salut Galarneau!” Publications of the Missouri Philological Association. 21:13-20. 1996
 
Translation:  
           
Guiton, Micheline,  “François Mitterand; Personality and Politics,” trans. Stephen A. Canfield and Larry Shiner, Psychohistory Review: Studies of Motivation in History and Culture, vol. 21, Number 1, 27-72 Fall 1992.
 
Le Rider, Jacques, “’Great is Diana of the Ephesians’: Remarks on the Masculine-Feminine-Jewish Triangle from Goethe to Freud,” trans. Stephen A. Canfield,  Psychohistory Review: Studies of Motivation in History and Culture, vol. 22, Number 3,  267-293 Spring 1994.
 
Espagne, Michel, “Memory of Germany and Fear of Self,” trans. Stephen A. Canfield,  Psychohistory Review: Studies of Motivation in History and Culture, vol. 23, Number 1, 1-10. Fall 1994
 
Book Reviews:
 
Wall, Anthony, Hubert Aquin entre référence et métaphore. Condiac: Les éditions Balzac, 1991. Pp. 238, reviewed in Québec Studies, No. 15, 158-159. Fall 1992.
 
Marcato-Falzoni, Franza, Du mythe au roman: Une trilogie ducharmiennes. Trans. Javier Garcia Mendez. Montréal: VLB Editeur, 1992, 99. 264., reviewed in Québec Studies, No. 16, 131-132. Summer 1993.
 
ÉMOND, MAURICE. Le récit québecois comme fil d’Ariane. Québec: Édition Nota bene, 2000. Pp. 212, reviewed in Québec Studies, Vol. 30, 113.  Fall 2000/Winter 2001.

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