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Karin Egloff, Ph.D.

Karin Egloff, Ph.D.

Professor of French

Office:  274 FAC
Phone:  270-745-5905
Email:  karin.egloff@wku.edu

Courses

Elementary and Advanced French

Biography

Since she first came to Western in 1989, Dr. Egloff has taught a wide array of language courses, as well as literature, culture, film, translation, phonetics and conversation.

Her research interests include contemporary French literature, poetry and film. Dr. Egloff enjoys attending conferences at the state, national and international levels. She has been a member of the Council of International Francophone Studies since 1987 and, over the years, has presented scholarly papers at various other professional meetings such as ACSUS, ACQS, MMLA, RMMLA, SCFLLF.

While working on the completion of her book length manuscript about female body image in recent Francophone literature and film, Dr. Egloff is also writing an outline for a work of fiction focused on the theme of escape.

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