Kristin Burr, Ph.D.
Office: Bellarmine 320
Ph.D., Washington University
Dr. Burr serves as the advisor for all freshmen majoring in a foreign language. She is also the advisor for French minors.
Dr. Burr regularly teaches Intermediate French (201-202), French Conversation (SPA 301) and French Composition (302), and upper-division courses on medieval and Renaissance French Literature (including Medieval French Literature, French Women Writers of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, and Comedy in the Middle Ages). In addition, she has taught Civilization and Culture and a course on the short story.
Thirteenth-Century French Romance
The Legend of King Arthur
Gender in Medieval French Literature
Food in Medieval French Literature
French Feminist Theory
Technology and Pedagogy