Dr. Dorothée Mertz-Weigel
Associate Professor of French
Director of International Education
Gamble Hall 109
Ph.D., The Ohio State University
M.A., The Ohio State University
B.A., Otterbein College
French Language and Literature, Medieval Literature
Voyage, Voyage: Elementary French I (Co-author, Dr. Candice Nicolas):Focus Publications. (Under Review with Focus publishing)
“A Cultural ‘Novelty’: Christine de Pizan, a Self-educated Single Mom in Medieval France. Dominant Culture and the Education of Women.Cambridge Scholars, 2008.
“Alouette, Amélie and Au Revoir: The Beginning of your French Fluency.” What We Teach: A Collection of Papers Presented at the Eight Annual Teaching Matters Conference, Gordon College, March 26-27, 2010.
Glaud, Ludivine, Muriel Lannier, et Yves Loiseau. Grammaire essentielle du français A1/A2. Paris: Didier, 2015 (The French Review, October 2016)
Hawkins, Roger and Richard Towell. French Grammar and Usage, 3 rd ed. New York, Routledge, 2010. (The French Review, Spring 2015)
Conditto, Kerri. Cinéphile, 2nd ed. Newburyport: Focus Publishing, 2011. (The French Review, Spring 2013)
Corneille, Pierre. Le Cid. Newburyport: Focus Student Edition, 2010. (The French Review, Fall 2010)
Hugo, Victor. Hernani (The French Review, 2009)
Bishop/Rivers, ed. A Survey of French Literature Vol.II (The French Review, 2008)
Bishop/Rivers, ed. A Survey of French Literature Vol. I (The French Review, 2007)
Beth Droppleman, ed. Les Lais de Marie de France. Newark : European Masterpieces, 2007. (The French Review, 2008)
Bell Rochester, Myrna and Angelini, Eileen M. Molière: L’Ecole des Femmes. Newburyport: Focus Publishing/R Pullins Company, 2006.
(The French Review, 2007)
Haezewindt, Bernard. Lire et écrire des textes littéraires ensemble. Bloomington : Authorhouse, 2005. (The French Review, December 2006)
Hunter, David. Understanding French Verse: A Guide For Singers. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005. (The French Review, October 2006)
Translation of a Workbook for use in virtual conversations, 2010
Translation of a Workbook: Conversation Guides for eTandem Language Learning by Colleen Coffey and Janet Banhidi, 2009
Sample Materials: Wong, Wynne. Input Enhancement: From Theory and Research to the Classroom. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2005.
Learning packet designed to be used in French Individualized 201.51 and specifically to accompany Images by Laurey K. Martin and William Berg and Jean-Paul Sartre’s Huis Clos. The materials were designed by Diane Birckbichler, Linda Harlow, and Lissa Wade and were written by Lissa Wade with contributions from Danielle Wainwright, Philippe Dubois, Edward Ousselin. I am responsible for the second edition of these materials. (2004)
Last updated: 3/30/2022