Professor Listing

E-Le-MLCS

Elisabeth Le, PhD

Professor

Arts

Modern Languages and Cultural Studies

About Me

Education

  • PhD, 1996, Linguistics, Université de Montréal
  • MEd, 1990, Curriculum, OISE, University of Toronto
  • BEd, 1987, French as a Second Language, McGill University
  • DEA, 1982, International Law, Université de Paris II
  • Maîtrise, 1981, Political Science, Université de Paris II
  • DULCO, 1981, Russian language and civilization, INALCO, Université de Paris III
  • Licence, 1980, Law, Université de Paris II

Research

Discourse Studies, in particular
  • Media discourse
  • Political discourse
  • Intercultural discourse


Teaching

In my courses, I strive to be a “learning facilitator” and aim for my students to develop the skills that will empower them to function to their fullest as creative, independent and critical individuals for society’s benefit and their own. I believe that learning is better accomplished in a collaborative and cooperative environment through a combination of inductive and deductive approaches