Robert R. Daniel Jr., Ph.D.
- Ph.D., French, Vanderbilt University, 1992.
- M.A., French, University of Alabama, 1988.
- B.A., Communications, University of Alabama, 1983.
Dr. Daniel teachers a variety of French language courses in the General Education Program and advanced language, culture and literature courses in French and Francophone Studies. He also teaches First-Year Seminar, Literature in Translation and interdisciplinary Honors courses in English (e.g. MCC 150 Learning Across Cultures, LTT 361 French Caribbean Literature, and HON 318 Society, Democracy, Republic, team-taught with Dr. Maria Marsilio).
"France 2 Television News for Cultural Learning, Critical Thinking, and Language Practice: Steps Toward Intercultural Capability," NECTFL Review, special issue, December 2017, p. 95-121. https://www.nectfl.org/?ddownload=1741
Grants and Awards
Faculty Merit Award, Service, SJU, 2015
Faculty Merit Award, Teaching, SJU, 1995
- Instructional strategies that foster non-native language development, cross-cultural understanding and augment intercultural capability.
- Interconnections between evolutionary theory, cultural theory, cognitive science and ethical thinking
- The Anthropocene