World Languages and Literatures
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Ph.D. in French with a Certificate in Film Studies, Graduate Center (CUNY)
Master’s in English, Université de Tours, France
Master’s in French as a Foreign Language, Université de Tours, France
Biography / Academic Interests
Noëlle Rouxel-Cubberly’s research focuses on French films and pedagogy. Before coming to CSI, she taught French and Italian at Bennington College as well as pedagogy in the Master's in the Arts of Teaching, a Second Language program. She has developed online language courses and is now collaborating with the Modern Language Media Center on the French computerized oral assessment program. Noëlle Rouxel-Cubberly is also developing an internship program for CSI students in the French dual-language program at P.S. 58 in Brooklyn. In addition, she regularly offers pedagogy workshop for the French Department at the Graduate Center (CUNY).
Scholarship / Publications
In 2008, Noëlle Rouxel-Cubberly published a chapter on Claire Denis, Nicole Garcia and Agnès Jaoui’s film titles, in The Feminist Gaze and Spectatorship in Post World War II Cinema (ed. M. Block). In 2010, she wrote an article, “Language, Culture and Pedagogy: A Student Teacher Course In French” for the International Association for Technology, Education and Development (IATE). She is currently getting ready to publish her dissertation on the economics and evolution of French film titles since 1968. Noëlle Rouxel-Cubberly's current projects include a chapter on Claire Denis’ opening sequences, an article on film title semiotics, and a module for a second-year French textbook series led by Isabelle Kaplan.