Our graduate program generates and analyzes ground-breaking research at the intersection of such disciplines as cultural anthropology, philosophy, socio-cultural and literary history, stylistics, urbanism, visual studies, and women’s and gender studies.
Nancy Andrus received her Bachelor of Science in French Technical Writing and Translation from Penn State University. After obtaining her teacher certification from Immaculata University, she started teaching high school in Chester County, Pennsylvania. She went on to earn her Master’s degree from Wilkes University and do a study abroad in Paris at the Sorbonne University’s CCFS program. She successfully taught high school French for 17 years before returning to State College to join the French and Francophone Department as an instructor.