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Marie-Anne Visoi

Marie-Anne Visoi


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  • Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
    Member 12/2012 – Current
  • European Narratology Network
    Member 03/2012 – Current
  • Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters
    Member 03/2005 – Current

Education History

  • PhD Comparative Literature/French (02/1996)
    University of Toronto


  • (2014). “Transgression, Stylistic Variation and Narrative Discourse in the Twentieth Century Novel”. Cambridge Scholars’ Press.
  • (2012). "A Thematic Approach to French Cultural Studies: Love, Sex and Desire in French Literature and Cinema". Universal Publishers.
  • (2010). "Contextualized Foreign Language Instruction: Effective Classroom Strategies and Blackboard-Based Virtual Learning" in International Journal for Academic Disciplines. (3( 11): 116 – 122 (2010)).

Teaching Experience

  • French Cultural Studies (Spring 2012)
    • University of Toronto – French Culture and Civilization
  • Advanced French (Winter 2012)
    • University of Toronto – French Language
  • The Western Tradition (Winter 2005)
    • University of Toronto – Great Books


  • English
    • Speaking level: Superior
    • Reading level: Superior
  • French
    • Speaking level: Superior
    • Reading level: Superior

Honors & Awards

  • Vice-provost Fund for Online Undergraduate Initiative (04/2014)
    Curriculum re-design for a multimedia enhanced course to be taught entirely online: French Cultural Studies FCS 292H1S "Love, Sex and Desire in French Literature and Cinema."
  • Fund for Online Innovations in Learning (01/2013)
    “Developing Linguistic Proficiency, Cultural Competence and Peer Interaction through Blended Teaching and Multimodal Learning Experiences in French”
  • Curriculum Renewal Initiative Fund (01/2010)
    “Experiential Learning in French for Arts and Science Undergraduate Students”