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language educator

Mark S. Ingram, American language educator. Certificat d'Aptitude Professionel, Cuisine École Hotellière d'Avignon, 1981. Member of Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, Society for the Anthropology of Europe, Modern Languages Association, Directory of America Scholars, Council on European Studies, Anthropology of Francophone Cultures Network, American Association of Teachers of French, American Anthropological Association.

Background

Ingram, Mark S. Son of Van Franklin and Josephine Vierra Ingram.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy French Studies and Cultural Anthropology, New York University, New York, New York, 1988—1996. Master of Arts Romance Linguistics, University of Washington, Seattle, Western Australia, 1984—1986. Bachelor French Language and Literature, Western Washington University, Seattle, Western Australia, 1975—1979.

Career

Assistant professor of french Goucher College, Baltimore, Maryland, since 1997, visiting assistant professor of french, 1996—1997. Visiting lecturer, anthropology department University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut, 1995—1996. Visiting instructor, anthropology department Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, 1996—1996.

Teaching assistant, anthropology department New York University, New York, New York, 1990—1991, teaching assistant, french department, 1988—1989. French instructor Bellevue Community College, Bellevue, Washington, 1986—1988. Teaching associate, french department University of Washington, Seattle, 1986—1987, teaching assistant, french department, 1984—1986.

Chef, sous-chef Crêpe de Paris Restaurant, 1980—1982. Wine salesman McCarthy and Schiering Wine Merchants, 1983—1984.

Achievements

  • Certificat d'Aptitude Professionel, Cuisine École Hotellière d'Avignon, 1981.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (article) French Review, Para. Doxa. Studies in World Literary Genres, (review) Anthropological Quarterly, (article) Quaderni.

      La revue de la communication, (article in edited volume) Moving Pictures/Moving Cultures: Cinemas of Exile and Migration, (screenplay for instructional videotape) Le Français - En Route!.

Membership

Member of Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, Society for the Anthropology of Europe, Modern Languages Association, Directory of America Scholars, Council on European Studies, Anthropology of Francophone Cultures Network, American Association of Teachers of French, American Anthropological Association.

Connections

Married Lydia Gordon Mason, July 15, 1988. Children: Emmett Mason, Noble Cooke, Isabel Scott.

father:
Van Franklin

mother:
Josephine Vierra Ingram

spouse:
Lydia Gordon Mason

children:
Emmett Mason Ingram

Noble Cooke Ingram

Isabel Scott Ingram