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Nicole Leapley, Ph.D.

2003 - Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, French
2000 - M.A., University of Pennsylvania
1997 - B.A., University of Nebraska

Areas of Specialization

Literary authority, saints lives, the interface between literature, history, and religion in the Middle Ages; the relationship between female patronage and political power. French language and civilization; all levels. Teaching through writing. Integrating technology with the communicative method, national standards, and proficiency testing.

Courses Taught

  • ST: Cultural Representations of Joan of Arc Across the Ages
  • Service and Sacrifice: Masculinity in Medieval and Renaissance Literature
  • French Civilization: Cro-Magnon Man to Jean Cocteau
  • FR365 Eighteenth Century Literature: Making Things Strange
  • FR321 Contemporary France
  • FR350 Survey of French Literature I (Honors)
  • FR303 Advanced French Conversation
  • FR301-FR302 Advanced French Grammar I and II
  • FR201-FR202 Intermediate French I and II
  • FR101-FR102 Beginning French I and II

Contact Information

Prof. Leapley

Nicole Leapley
Associate Professor, French Studies
Department of Modern Languages
Saint Anselm College
100 Saint Anselm Drive
Manchester, NH 03102
(603) 641-7014