Hannah Johnson

Graduate Teaching Assistant

780 Van Vleet Oval, Norman, OK 73019-2038

Kaufman Hall

(405) 325-6191

hbjohnson@ou.edu

Education

2015: Master of Arts, French Literature - University of Arkansas

2013: Bachelor of Arts, French and European Studies (Minors: Spanish, English) - University of Arkansas

Employment

2015-present: Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Modern Languages, Literatures and Linguistics, University of Oklahoma.

2014-2015: French Instructor, Creative Cats After-school Program, Washington Elementary, Fayetteville, AR.

2013-2015: Teaching Assistant, Department of World Languages, Literatures and Cultures, University of Arkansas.

2013-2015: Graduate Tutor, Quality Writing Center, University of Arkansas.

Presentations and Projects

"Liberation Through Interplay: Reading the Senses and Picasso in Assia Djebar's Femmes d'Alger dans leur appartement." 2017 International Colloquium of 20th and 21st-Century French and Francophone Studies. Indiana University. Bloomington, Indiana. April 2017.

"Ceci n'est pas un roman libertin: vers une relecture des Confessions du comte de *** de Duclos." Conference for the Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies. Queen's University. Kingston, Ontario. October 2016. 

"Identity in Question: Parallels, Substitutions, and Doubles in Indiana by George Sand." Tierra Tinta Conference. University of Oklahoma. Norman, Oklahoma. October 2016.

Member of Poetry Translation Team of "Tant que les arbres s'enracineront dans la terre" for the 2016 Puterbaugh Festival, Honoring Alain Mabanckou. World Literature Today and the University of Oklahoma. April 2016.

"Reading Picasso in Les femmes d'Alger dans leur appartement by Assia Djebar." Chimères Conference. University of Kansas. Lawrence, Kansas. April 2015.

Honors and Awards

Graduate College Alumni Fellowship: University of Oklahoma, 2015-present

Provost's Award for Excellence in Teaching: University of Oklahoma, Fall 2015.

Translation Workshop with Allison Anderson: World Literature Today, Fall 2015

Toller Prestigious Fellowship: University of Arkansas, 2011-2013

Honors College Fellowship: University of Arkansas, 2009-2011

Teaching

University of Oklahoma: FR 1115, FR 1225, FR 2223

University of Arkansas: FREN 1013, FREN 2003

Service

University of Oklahoma:

Graduate Student Representative, SCMLA Executive Committee: 2017-2019

MLLL Medieval/Renaissance Italian Faculty Search Committee: Fall 2016

President, Kappa Gamma Epsilon: 2016-2017

Treasurer, Tierra Tinta: 2015-2016

Representative, Graduate Student Senate: 2015-2016

Affiliations

Modern Language Association

South Central Modern Language Association

Kappa Gamma Epsilon

Phi Beta Kappa