- MA, University of Pennsylvania
Elizabeth Lang has taught French language courses at AU since 1991. Her primary interest is in political, economic, social and cultural issues in Francophone Africa, and international development.
She does extensive freelance translation, interpretation, and writing/editing for a number of African embassies in Washington and for Africa-related NGOs. In recent years she has taught the French translation courses in WLC. She is currently translating a book on communitarian violence in Sub-Saharan Africa.
She travels extensively in the francophone world, with yearly trips to Haiti, France, Canada, and Burkina Faso (where she has a home).
She is active in the Alternative Break program, as an advisory board member and faculty advisor on trips (Senegal, Haiti).
FREN-223 French, Intermediate II
FREN-434 French Trans:Concepts & Pract
FREN-222 French, Intermediate I
FREN-435 French Translation Workshop