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UNG French faculty published in academic journals

Dr. Valerie Hastings, associate professor of French.

Dr. Valerie Hastings, associate professor of French at the University of North Georgia (UNG), has published articles on French works of modern literature in both English and French academic journals.

"My work is focusing on the narrative process of metamorphosis in contemporary Francophone works as a way to express the unspeakable and in light with the morphing principle at work as the core process of any “motion picture”, said Hastings.

Her most recent article, "Espèces de Glissements – Métamorphose et porosité de la frontière Homme-Animal" discusses Espèces, a novel written by Chinese-Canadian author Ying Chen, and is featured in Nouvelles Études Francophones, volume 32.

Hasting’s earlier work, "Recalculating the White Page-GPS Love in Comme dans un film des frères Coen," is featured in the April 2016 issue of Human and Social Studies.

Hastings was born in Belgium, but raised in her father's native France where she studied law at the University of Paris and graduated in 1999. Since then she has taught marketing law and English in France, and French and Spanish since moving to the United States in 2000.

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