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Christine Lac

Senior Lecturer in French, French and Francophone

Education & Professional History

Universite de Metz-France, BA; University of Nebraska, MA, PhD

A native of France, Christine Lac (Ph.D., University of Nebraska) teaches language courses, stylistics, and culture. She coordinates the French language sequence at Carleton, managing the Tuesday–Thursday classes as well as training and supervising the Teaching Assistants. She has published articles on contemporary French women writers, nineteenth-century writers of children’s literature, and pedagogy. The department’s representative to the American Association of Teachers of French and the ACTFL, she also supervises Carleton students interested in becoming licensed to teach French. She has served as the national Treasurer of Women in French as well as Program Reviewer for National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.


At Carleton since 1997.

Current Courses

  • Fall 2022
    FREN 101: Elementary French
  • Spring 2023
    FREN 103: Intermediate French