Professor and Chair of World Languages and Cultures (French)
A native of Belgium, Yves-Antoine Clemmen grew up in the French-speaking region of Charleroi. He learned Dutch, Latin and English in high school (Athenée royale de Marcinelle) where he was also a math major. He went to college in Namur and in Liège, and completed a Master's degree in Germanic Philology with a thesis on Anglo-Saxon poetry before studying in the U.S., first at Washington University in Saint Louis, Mo., and then at the University of Illinois where he completed a Ph.D. in comparative literature. He has been a faculty member at Stetson University since 1992. He also teaches yoga at the Yoga Shed in DeLand.
- Ph.D., comparative literature, University of Illinois
- M.A., comparative literature, University of Illinois
- Agrégation de l'enseignement secondaire supérieur, Université de l'État à Liège
- Licences de Philologie Germanique, Université de l'État à Liège
- Reading Photography
- Introduction to general linguistics
- French Linguistics
- Elementary French II
- Intermediate French I
- Contemporary French novel, word and image studies
- Theory of photography
- Belgian writer Amélie Nothomb
- Grand-Guignol Theatre (French theatre of horror 1897-1962)
- "Stupeur et Tremblements : La lecture du cinéma," Lehman and Grieb Ed. Cultural Perspectives on Film, Literature, and Language. Boca Raton: Brown Walker Press, 2010. 57-69
- "Où a quand même lieu la littérature française: Amélie Nothomb à la rentrée littéraire 2005," Journal of Contemporary French and francophone Studies: Sites. November 2007.
- "Peut-être un peu monstrueux, peut-être un peu différent," (lecture d'une nouvelle d'Amélie Nothomb). Parallèles II : Ecrits de monstres/ Monstres Ecrits. Québec: Instant-Même, 2007.
- "Discursive Spaces in Photography," Encyclopedia of Twentieth Century Photography. New York: Routledge, 2005.
- "Rosalind Krauss," Encyclopedia of Twentieth Century Photography. New York: Routledge, 2005.
- Belgian Writer Amélie Nothomb
- Grand-Guignol Theatre
- French and General Linguistics
- Phone: 386-822-7540
- Fax: 386-740-3609