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Lydia Belatèche, American language educator. Member Modern Language Association, American Association Teachers French, International Association Multidisciplinary Approaches and Comparative Studies, Midwest Modern Language Association, Minnesota Association Teachers French (Second vice president 2006-2007, president-elect).

Background

Belatèche, Lydia was born on September 27, 1962 in Rabat, Morocco. Daughter of Messaoud and Rita (Kelsh) Belatèche.

Education

Bachelor in French, Vassar College, 1984; Master of Arts in French, Yale University, 1986; Master of Philosophy in French, Yale University, 1988; Doctor of Philosophy in French, Yale University, 1993.

Career

Acting instructor department French Yale University, New Haven, 1987—1988, acting instructor department French, 1989—1990. Teaching assistant English language and literature Lycee Fenelon, Paris, 1988—1989. Visiting lecturer department Romance languages University Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1991—1994.

Assistant professor French department foreign languages Mississippi State University, Starkville, 1994—1997. Lecturer, senior lecturer department French and Italian University Minnesota, Minneapolis, since 1997. Instructor French Breck Middle School, Golden Valley, Minnesota, 1997—1998, Minneapolis Institute Arts, 1998.

Assistant French College in Schools Program, since 1999.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles, reviews to professional jours.

Membership

Member Modern Language Association, American Association Teachers French, International Association Multidisciplinary Approaches and Comparative Studies, Midwest Modern Language Association, Minnesota Association Teachers French (Second vice president 2006-2007, president-elect).

Connections

Married John Marshall Graham, May 15, 1990.

father:
Messaoud Belatèche

mother:
Rita (Kelsh) Belatèche

spouse:
John Marshall Graham