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Graduate Teaching Associates & Assistants

BĂ©atrice FlamenbaumBéatrice Flamenbaum

Graduate Teaching Associate in French and Francophone Studies

Phone: (865) 974-1674

Béatrice Flamenbaum is a current Ph.D. student in 18th-century and contemporary French literature at UT. She received her first Ph.D. in American cinema from the University of Lille III in France, under the direction of Professor Thomas Dutoit. She also earned her two Masters from the University of Lille III, one in Theater and the Arts, the other in English Literature and Cinema. She has taught as a French Instructor at the University of Bloomington in Indiana, and at St Aloysius College and Mount Carmel in London, Great Britain. She also worked for a theater company, "Théâtre K", in France, and for the regional newspaper "La Voix du Nord" in Lille. Béatrice was a tai chi instructor for 6 years in France, with Louis Mortelecque and the National Federation of Tai Chi Chuan. Her academic interests include French and American literature, cinema, theater and pedagogy. She teaches French at UT and is involved in activities such as the Immersion Weekend and the International Week.

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