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Michelle Fulton

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PhD Candidate, French Studies

Michelle Fulton is a doctoral candidate in Romance languages with an emphasis on 19th century French Literature. Previously, she studied Vocal Performance at the University of Kentucky with a minor in French, and then continued on into the Master's program at the University of Kentucky pursuing a degree in French and Francophone Studies. She has also participated in the Lexington-Deauville Sister City Exchange Program, in which she taught English at the École Élémentaire Fracasse in Deauville, France. While in France, she also taught several dance classes in Paris. Other interests include opera/vocal performance, folk and blues/fusion dancing, video games, reading, and cooking. 


Research interests include: 19th century French literature, the intersection of science, religion, and the supernatural, theater, narrative voice and presentation, opera/vocal performance, performance

Courses Regularly Taught:
Of note:

2021 Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award

Major Professor

Assistant Professor of French

Committee Members

Professor of French and Provençal
Professor of French
Associate Professor of French

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