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Carol Herron Lustig

Professor, French

(On leave AY 15-16)
Department of French and Italian

North Callaway Center 404H



Carol Herron Lustig, Professor of French (Ph.D. in French and Foreign Language Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1978). Second language acquisition; assessing strategies for classroom learning; using technology to enhance foreign language instruction.

Professor Carol Herron Lustig is a co-author of the innovative online software program, Oh là là...quelle aventure! Discovering Basic French (Emory University) and a co-author of Identité, Modernité, Texte published by Yale University Press. Her articles appear in Foreign Language Annals, The Modern Language Journal, The French Review, and other journals. Director of the French language program, she is a specialist in how to teach foreign languages and supervises the graduate student teaching program in French. Professor Carol Herron Lustig has directed the Emory French Studies Summer Study Abroad Program in Paris for many years. She was a recipient of the Emory Williams Distinguished Teaching Award for the Humanities and the Arthur M. Blank/National Endowment for the Humanities Distinguished Teaching Chair of French.  





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