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French language and literature educator

Lise Helene Leibacher, French language and literature educator. Member Modern Language Association, American Association Teachers French, American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, North America Society for 17th Century French Literature, North America Society for Utopian Studies, Popular Culture Association.

Background

Leibacher, Lise Helene was born on January 29, 1952 in Flers, Orne, France. Came to the United States, 1976. Daughter of Georges and Jane (Guillaume) Ouvrard.

Education

Degree in English, University Lille III, 1975. Master of Arts in French, San Jose State University, 1977. Doctor of Philosophy in French, Stanford University, 1982.

Career

Assistant professor French, U. Arizona, Tucson, 1985-1991;associate professor French, U. Arizona, Tucson, since 1991;interim department head, U. Arizona, Tucson, 1991-1992. Member of advisory board Syracuse (New York) U. Press, since 1988. Reviewer, panelist National Endowment for Humanities, Washington, 1992-1994.

Membership

Member Modern Language Association, American Association Teachers French, American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, North America Society for 17th Century French Literature, North America Society for Utopian Studies, Popular Culture Association.

Connections

Married John W. Leibacher, December 21, 1976.

father:
Georges Ouvrard

mother:
Jane (Guillaume) Ouvrard

spouse:
John W. Leibacher