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Ena Vulor

Ena Vulor

McCoy Professor of French Language and Literature, Chair of Department of Modern Languages, Director of European Studies

Dept: Modern Languages




Office: Thomas 304

Degrees: Ph.D. in French and Francophone Literature (Cornell University), 1994; Master of Arts in French and Francophone Literature (Cornell University), 1991; Bachelor of Arts in French and Spanish (University of Ghana), 1980

Year appointed: 1993

Dr. Vulor was born in Ghana (West Africa); she lived, studied, and traveled in various French speaking countries, such as Guinea, Ivory Coast, Togo, Belgium, France.

Her research and areas of interest include Francophone African and Caribbean Literatures, French Literature, and Education and Youth Development in Rural Ghana.

Her publications include "Colonial and Anti-Colonial Discourses: Albert Camus and Algeria," "Touria Haraoui, Une enfance marocaine," and "Mohammed Dib,/Le Désert san détour."