POSITION: Associate Professor of French, Department Chair
DEGREE: PhD in French Language & Literature, Florida State University
RESEARCH INTERESTS: 19th-Century French Literature, Romanticism, Travel Literature, Gender Studies, Post-colonialism, Genre Theory
OFFICE: 444-C O'Dowd Hall (Fall 2012), 375 O'Dowd Hall
Jennifer Law-Sullivan came to Oakland University in the Fall of 2004; She teaches all levels of French language and literature, including nineteenth-century French literature, European literature in translation, and translation from French into English; Her publications on Germaine de Staël and Flora Tristan examine how these women writers dealt with issues of gender, slavery, and nation-building.