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Dr. Tamara Bentley Caudill
Assistant Professor of French, Chair of World Languages
- Ph.D., Tulane University
- M.A., University of Kentucky
- B.A., Transylvania University
Tamara Bentley Caudill (Ph.D., Tulane University) is a specialist in medieval and
early modern French literature, theatre and performance, and visual cultures. Known
to her students as "Madame," Dr. Caudill is interested in language, literature, and
culture as immersive experiences. She brings that focus into the classroom with activities
that engage students in multiple ways, from cooking demonstrations to interactive
murder mysteries; and her efforts were recognized with the 2021 Faculty Excellence
Award in Teaching.
She is the President of the International Marie de France Society and Assistant Editor of its journal, Le Cygne.
It Takes Two: Considerations of Voice and Performance of the Male-Female Tenso," in Gender and Voice in Medieval French Literature and Lyric, ed. Rachel Golden and Katherine Kong (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2021), 50-72.
"Lay, Lady, Lay: Introducing Marie de France in the Survey Classroom” The Once and Future Classroom Vol. XVII, Issue 1 (Spring 2021). Online. https://teams-medieval.org/once-and-future-classroom/
“Qu’Allah bénisse la France (2014),” in Allons au cinema: Promoting French Through Films, Vol. 3 “Immigration et Identité.” Eds. Dolliann Hurtig and Joyce Beckwith. AATF Press, 2019. 35-44.
Review of Twenty-Four Lays from the French Middle Ages, eds. Glyn S. Burgess and Leslie C. Brook, in Encomia 38-39 (2018): 37-39.
“Half the man I used to be: Raimon de las Salas and the Trouble with the Trobairitz,” Tenso: Bulletin of the Société Guilhelm IX 32 (2017): 1-18.
- Elementary French I and II
- Intermediate French I and II
- Conversation through Film
- Rhetoric and Composition
- Contemporary France
- Fairy Tales and Folklore of France