Anne Mullen-Hohl, Ph.D.
Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures
Dr. Anne Mullen-Hohl is a specialist in 19th and 20th Century French Literature.
My main scholarly interests are 19th and 20th Century French Literature. Whereas my area of specialization is the works of Flaubert, and I have publications on this topic, including a a book entitled Exoticism In "Salammbô"
, considered Flaubert's African novel, my research and publications also include Francophone literature. During my time in Seton Hall I have developed a mission for teaching which has become a true passion that stimulates exciting ideas in the classroom and enriches my research, thanks to the participation of my students. It has been a great source of great pleasure to find that the numbers of students studying French in Seton Hall has increased greatly while I have been coordinating the French Program.
- PhD, Columbia University
- M.A, Columbia University
- Honors BA, U.C.D. Dublin, Ireland
- Justin O'Brien Memorial Award, given periodically at the discretion of the French Department of Columbia University in recognition of distinguished dissertations
- President's Fellowship for three years at Columbia University
- Charles Phelps Taft Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of Cincinnati, 1994-95
- Hewlett-Mellon Research Assistance Award, Wheaton College, Fall 1991