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le Petit Nicholas


Office Hours
for Fall 2013 semester:

M,T, Th, F: 9-11; Tuesday/Thursday
12:30-1,  2:30-3; 
and by appointment






Stuart McClintock Phone: (940) 397-4857
E-Mail:
stuart.mcclintock@mwsu.edu
Building / Room: BeaWood 110

Position

Professor of French

Education

Middlebury College
Major: French
Dissertation: "L'Iconographie et l'iconologie des tableaux religieux de Georges de La Tour"
Doctor of Modern Languages

New York University
Major: French
Master of Arts

Williams College
Major: Religion
Bachelor of Arts, cum laude

Books

Foreword and Annotation, Le Colonel Chabert, Honore de Balzac, Newark,DE: Moliere and Company, 2009.



The Iconography and Iconology of Georges de La Tour's Religious Paintings, Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2003.





Collections Edited

Faculty Papers, Series 3, volume XVI, Midwestern State University Press, 2006
Faculty Papers, Series 3, volume XVII, Midwestern State University Press, 2009

Articles

"Texas Francophile: French Influences in the films of  Wes Anderson, Journal of the American Studies Association of Texas,  (forthcoming)

"The History of Paris through Its Architecture", Faculty Papers, Series 3, volume XVII (57-72), Midwestern State University Press, 2009 
 
"Betrayal and Redemption in Marie de France's Lai du Laustic", In Geardagum 28 1(7-30), 2008 

"Cafe Life in France", The Wichitan, September 2008

"Antoine de Saint-Exupery: Beyond The Little Prince", Faculty Papers, Series 3, volume XVI (111-120), Midwestern State University Press, 2006

"Saint-Exupery in the United States 1938-1943", Journal of the American Studies Association of Texas (61-69), November 2006

"Georges de La Tour", Great Lives of the Seventeenth Century, Taylor, Larissa Juliet, ed. Pasadena, CA: Salem Press (494-495), 2005

"An Introduction to the Iconography and Iconology of Georges de La Tour's Religious Paintings", Faculty Papers, Series 3, volume XV, Midwestern State University Press (51-64), 2003 

Applied Research

Regional Culture and Culinary Tradition, 2008
Survey of French Cinema, 2005
Study Guide for the Texas Oral Proficiency Test (TOPT), 2003

Book Reviews

Rosenthal, Neal, Reflections of a Wine Merchant, Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 2008. Reviewed in Times Record News, June 29, 2008

Conference Papers and Presentations

"The Fluidity of Identity in Balzac's Le Colonel Chabert", South Central Modern Language Association Conference, New Orleans, 2013

"Saint-Exupery in the United States", South Central Modern Language Association Conference, San Antonio 2012

"L'Effet du reel in Balzac's Le Colonel Chabert", South Central Modern Language Association Conference,Fort Worth, 2010

"Wes Anderson:Texas Francophile",American Studies Association of Texas, San Marcos, 2008

"French Influences in the Films of Wes Anderson, South Central Modern Language Association Conference, San Antonio, 2008

"Betrayal and Redemption in Marie de France's Lai du Laustic", South Central Modern Language Association Conference, Memphis, 2007

"Contemporary French Culture"; Honors Program presentation; Midwestern State University; March 2007

"Using Iconography to Identify Subject and Meaning in Painting"; Alpha Chi Lecture; Midwestern State University; February, 2007

 "Camus' Portrait of the Native Arab Population in The Stranger ", South Central Modern Language Association Conference, Dallas, October, 2006

"Antoine de Saint-Exupery:Beyond The Little Prince"; Faculty Forum; Midwestern State University; Wichita Falls, TX; March, 2006

Close Encounter: The Friendship and Collaboration of Jean Renoir and Antoine de Saint-Exupery in the United States 1940-1943; Popular Culture Convention; Albuquerque, NM; February, 2006

"Saint-Exupery in the United States 1938-1943"; American Studies Association of Texas; Wichita Falls, TX; November, 2005

"Georges de La Tour's Treatment of the Saint Sebastian Theme"; Sixteenth Century Studies Conference; Atlanta, 2005

"Georges de La Tour and the Spanish Influence"; Sixteenth Century Studies Conference; Toronto, 2004

"Georges de La Tour's Magdalene Series: from Conversion to Union with God"; Sixteenth Century Studies Conference; Pittsburgh, 2003

"Centralization versus Decentralization in Contemporary France"; Southwest Social
Science Association; San Antonio, TX; 2003

“The Perfect Sonnet? Joachim du Bellay’s ‘Heureux, qui comme Ulysse’ ” ;Sigma Tau Delta Conference; Wichita Falls, TX;  2002

“The Contradiction in Subject and Style in Georges de La Tour’s Religious Paintings”; Sixteenth Century Studies Conference; St. Antonio, TX 2002

“Religious Intolerance in Seventeenth-Century Lorraine”; Southwest Social Science Association Convention; New Orleans, 2002

“The Religious Paintings of Georges de La Tour"; Studio Channel Islands Art Center; California State University at Channel Islands; 2002

“The Religious Paintings of Georges de La Tour"; Faculty Forum Lecture; Midwestern State University; 2001

Conference Sessions Organized

Film and Art, American Studies Association of Texas, San Marcos, 2008

French Literature 1850-Present, chair, South Central Modern Language Association Conference, San Antonio, 2008

French Literature 1850-Present, secretary, South Central Modern Language Association Conference, Memphis, 2007

Courses Taught

French 1134-1234:                             Elementary French
French 2133-2233:                             Intermediate French
French 3133-3233:                             Survey of French Literature I and II
French 3333:                                     Conversation and Composition
French 4013/English 4913:                 French Literature  in Translation
French 4013:                                     Philisophical and Artistic Movements in France:Middle Ages to the Revolution
French 4013:                                     Philisophical and Artistic Movements in France:XIX and XX Centuries
French 4013:                                     Survey of French Cinema
French 4013:                                     Tableaux culturels de la France
French 4013:                                     Regional Culture and Culinary Tradition
French 4133:                                     Advanced Conversation and Composition
French 4233:                                     The Nineteenth Century in France
French 4533:                                     The Development of the French Novel
French 4533:                                     Paris: from the Romans to the Present 
French 4533:                                     Adaptions of Literature into Film