June 21, 2004: Headlines: COS - Nigeria: University Education: Arizona State University: Deborah N. Losse spent two years teaching French at the Government Secondary School in Katsina, Nigeria, where she taught French and English as a second language as a Peace Corps volunteer

Peace Corps Online: Directory: Nigeria: Peace Corps Nigeria : The Peace Corps in Nigeria: June 21, 2004: Headlines: COS - Nigeria: University Education: Arizona State University: Deborah N. Losse spent two years teaching French at the Government Secondary School in Katsina, Nigeria, where she taught French and English as a second language as a Peace Corps volunteer

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Deborah N. Losse spent two years teaching French at the Government Secondary School in Katsina, Nigeria, where she taught French and English as a second language as a Peace Corps volunteer

Deborah N. Losse spent two years teaching French at the Government Secondary School in Katsina, Nigeria, where she taught French and English as a second language as a Peace Corps volunteer

Deborah N. Losse spent two years teaching French at the Government Secondary School in Katsina, Nigeria, where she taught French and English as a second language as a Peace Corps volunteer

Deborah N. Losse is Divisional Dean of the Humanities. She is a Professor of French and most recently has been Chair of the Department of Languages and Literatures at ASU.

She also has served one year as President of ASUís Academic Senate and six years as Associate Dean of the Graduate College.

In her role as chair of the Department of Languages and Literatures, she oversaw the instruction and research of 45 line faculty and 15 lecturers in twenty languages.

While in that position, she served on the University Design Team, the Presidentís Academic Council, the search committee for the Provost of ASU-West, and as chair of the search for the director of African and African American Studies.

In her academic career, Losse spent two years teaching French at the Government Secondary School in Katsina, Nigeria, where she taught French and English as a second language as a Peace Corps volunteer. Completing her M.A. and Ph.D. in French at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, she joined the faculty in the Department of Languages and Literatures at Arizona State University.

As a scholar, Dr. Losseís primary area of research and teaching is Renaissance French literature. Her secondary area of research and teaching is African Literature of French expression. She has published two books, Rhetoric at Play: Rabelais and Satirical Eulogy and Sampling the Book. Renaissance Prologues of the French Conteurs and numerous articles in such journals as Romanic Review, Poetics Today, Neophilologus, Medievalia et Humanistica, Renaissance and Reformation/Renaissance et Réforme, Sixteenth Century Studies, and Ba Shiru. She conducts research in France on a regular basis.




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