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Marie-Pierre Ulloa (Lecturer)

Marie-Pierre Ulloa mpulloa
I'm-not-a-bot
@stanford
Personal bio
Lecturer in the French and Italian Department, teaching Francophone cultural and intellectual history, with a focus on France, North Africa, the Caribbean and the American West. She is the author of Francis Jeanson, a Dissident Intellectual from the French Resistance to the Algerian War (Stanford University Press, 2008, also published in French and Arabic). She wrote her thesis on North African migration and migrant stories from North Africa to California at the EHESS (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences, Ph.D, summa cum laude), soon to be published by CNRS Editions : Le Nouveau Rêve Américain : Du Maghreb à la Californie [The New American Dream: From North Africa to California], forthcoming 2019.

Currently teaching
COMPLIT 229B: Camus (Autumn)
CSRE 129: Camus (Autumn)
FRENCH 129: Camus (Autumn)
HISTORY 235F: Camus (Autumn)
AFRICAAM 236B: Casablanca - Algiers - Tunis : Cities on the Edge (Spring)
COMPLIT 236A: Casablanca - Algiers - Tunis : Cities on the Edge (Spring)
CSRE 140S: Casablanca - Algiers - Tunis : Cities on the Edge (Spring)
FRENCH 236: Casablanca - Algiers - Tunis : Cities on the Edge (Spring)
FRENCH 336: Casablanca - Algiers - Tunis : Cities on the Edge (Spring)
HISTORY 245C: Casablanca - Algiers - Tunis : Cities on the Edge (Spring)
JEWISHST 236A: Casablanca - Algiers - Tunis : Cities on the Edge (Spring)
URBANST 140F: Casablanca - Algiers - Tunis : Cities on the Edge (Spring)
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