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Joseph Krause

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Professor of French

Office: 142 C Kidder Hall
PHONE: (541) 737-8678
FAX: (541) 737-3563

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EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:

Ph.D. (French) Michigan State University, 1981.

M.A. (French) Michigan State University, 1979.

B.A. (French) Oregon State University, 1976.

 

PRINCIPAL COURSES TAUGHT:

French language (all levels).

French Culture and Society

Francophone Studies

 

 AREAS OF RESEARCH EXPERTISE:

Author of seven collections of poetry in French

Co-Editor of the journal To-Topos: Poetry International

French cultural history since the Revolution

France and the New Europe

 

 MAJOR PUBLICATIONS:

Nabil Boudraa and Joseph Krause, Editors.  North African Mosaic: A Cultural Re-Appraisal of Ethnic and Religious Minorities (Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2007).

Joseph Ohmann-Krause. Géographies. Paris: L’Harmattan, 2006.

Joseph Krause. “Charting Europeanness,” concluding essay in, Engaging Europe: Rethinking a Changing Continent.  Gould, Evlyn and George J. Sheridan, Jr., Editors.   Lanham: Rowan and Littlefield, 2005: 210-222.

Joseph Ohmann-Krause. L’Appauvrissement. Maison de la Poésie d’Amay, collection “L’arbre à paroles,” 2004.

Joseph Ohmann-Krause. La Maison-mère. Amay: Maison de la poésie d’Amay, collection “L’arbre à paroles,” 2001.