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Anaïs Jandot

Anaïs Jandot
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PhD Student, French Studies
Teaching Assistant of French & Language Community RA

Born and raised in Lyon, France. I have been living in Athens for 3 years. I am a proud cats and dog mom (big up to Memphis, Tupelo and Deirin). Teaching has always been my calling. At 12, I wanted to teach art, at 15, I wanted to teach maths (not even kidding), at 18, I wanted to teach English and today, I happily teach French! I suffer from depression and anxiety dissorders so, mental health is very central to my teaching approach (trauma-informed education).

Of note:

I identify as non-binary. My pronouns are they/them/theirs in English and iel/leur/eux in French.



(Master Arts, Lettres, Langues, mention Langues, Littératures et Civilisations Étrangères et Régionales, parcours études anglophones)

Faculty of Languages, University Jean Moulin Lyon 3, France | May 2020



(Licence Arts, Lettres, Langues, mention Langues, Littératures et Civilisations Étrangères et Régionales - Anglais)

Faculty of Languages, University Jean Moulin Lyon 3, France | May 2017

Events featuring Anaïs Jandot
DigiLab/3rd Floor Main Library

In the world we currently live in, our presence online is almost as important as our presence on campus. Employers today are likely to "meet you" online before they get to see you in person. That is why the GSO has decided to help our graduate students understand and develop their professional presence online with the help of the DigiLab.

Join us on…

Gilbert 350K

The ROML GSO is happy to announce its next colloquium. Join our students to help them train and give them feedback on their research. Featuring Jean Costa and Anaïs Jandot.

Recreational sports fields

Hello, Hola, Ciao, Oi, Salut !


The ROML GSO is inviting you to participate to a friendly interdepartmental kickball game against the Linguistics GSO. Join us Saturday 22nd at 11am. The event will take place near Ramsey at one of the recreational fields. I am still waiting on which one…

Little King's Shuffle Club

Let's meet around 5:30pm at Little King's to have a drink and enjoy some time together outside of Gilbert.

Feel free to bring friends!

223 W Hancock Ave, Athens, GA 30601

Join us for a drink at Little King's Shuffle Club this Thursday evening! :D

Hi-Lo Lounge 1354 Prince Ave

Another opportunity to socialize y'all! This time we are meeting at Hi-Lo Lounge. It is a local woman-owned bar and food lounge. Feel free to bring friends along. See you there!

Little King's Shuffle Club

The ROML GSO would like to invite you to join us for a drink next Thursday, March 23rd at Little King's Shuffle Club (223 W Hancock Ave, Athens, GA 30601).

Feel free to bring friends! 

Gilbert 113

Join us for a 

multidisciplinary colloquium !

We will welcome Will Travers who is a Lecturer of Spanish at Emory University. He is currently completing his dissertation. Funded in part by a grant from the National Council of Less Commonly Taught Languages, his doctoral…

Allgood Lounge

3 weeks in, need a break? Join the Romance Languages Graduate Student Organization for some R&R.

The Allgood Lounge is a great place to spend some well-deserved time out with friends.

Come on, you know you want to come ;)


Gilbert Hall, Room 116

Amandine Gay's documentary Ouvrir la voix is a series of personal interviews of French and Belgian Black women. During this event, we will watch part of this documentary about the necessity for ethnic-based statistics in France. On the website of the Institut national de la statistique et des…

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