BA University of Wisconsin-Madison
MA University of Michigan
PhD University of Wisconsin-Madison
Sage Goellner is an assistant professor of French in Continuing Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she directs French programs for the Department of Liberal Arts and Applied Studies.
Dr. Goellner has lived and studied in Paris, Avignon, and Montreal, and has led tours to France and Quebec. She teaches French language, culture, and literature in university and continuing adult classes and online courses. She also manages France Synergies, an educational resource for teachers of French.
Her area of research focuses on the relation between France and the Maghreb, and she is completing a book about literary representations of the French colonization of Algeria. Her recent publications include “Algeria in France: Colette’s ‘Le Manteau de spahi’ in The French Review (February 2012) and “Ghosts and Skeletons: Fomentin’s Haunted Algerian Journeys,” in the French Literature Series (forthcoming).
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