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Marine Orain – University of Reading

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Marine Orain

Name:
Dr Marine Orain
Job Title:
Teaching Fellow in French Language
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Responsibilities

I convene and teach FR1L1, FR1L2 and FR2L2 and I teach FR2L4 and FR3L6.  I am the Departmental Student Engagement Officer.

 

Areas of Interest

- Technology assisted language teaching and learning

- Language curriculum design and development

- Distance learning and the flipped classroom

 

Research groups / Centres

I am a member of:

- The Association for the Study of Modern and Contemporary France (ASMCF) 

- The Society for the Study of French History (SSFH)

Publications

 

Research Interests

I am particularly interested in French intellectual history and the Algerian War. My research is on modern and contemporary French thinkers and their modes of intervention in response to crisis and wars.

 

Qualifications

- PhD: Changing modes of intervention of the French intellectual from the Dreyfus Affair to today; Sartre, Lévy, Hessel' (University of London)

- Master's degree in Teaching French as a Foreign Language (Université de Provence)

- PGCE in French and Spanish (University of Cumbria)

 

Conferences

- ASMCF annual Conference, 6th September 2016, Aston University: Paper on "French intellectuals and new media: the democratization of engagement"

- The 30th SSFH annual Conference, 3rd-5th July 2016, University of Chichester: Paper on "High and low culture. Elite and popular constructions: the new French intellectual"

- ASMCF annual Conference, 9th-11th September 2014, University of Southampton: Paper on "Exploring the interventions of French intellectuals after the Sartre era: a return to the written word"

 

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