Associate Professor, French
My teaching aims to connect students with their creative and critical instincts while helping them hone their French language skills. In my classes, we break down the barriers between creative and critical methods in order to better engage with and understand the world and contribute meaningfully to it.
Andrea King (PhD, Queen’s University) is an Associate Professor of French at Huron and a creative writer. Her novel Spectral Living was published by The University of Calgary Press in 2021 and her short fiction has appeared in Geist magazine. She is the author of several articles on haunting in Québec and Canadian literature and has also written on the comics of Michel Rabagliati and Sarah Leavitt. Dr. King aims to help all her students live and study creatively.
Spectral Living (novel). University of Calgary Press, 2021.
“Great Historical Curiosity” (story). Geist 110 (Fall 2018): 19-20.
“Language and Loss in Michel Rabagliati’s Paul à Québec and Sarah Leavitt’s Tangles,” co-authored with Kristiana Karathanassis. Canadian Literature 238 (2019): 84-100.
“Théâtre des disparues: Le premier jardin.” Les Cahiers Anne Hébert 13 (August 2014): 71-86.
“Haunting Love in Anne Hébert’s Les fous de Bassan and Mary Novik’s Conceit.” Canadian Literature 214 (2012) : 31-45.
“Invasion, fuite et faille subjectives: La figure de la revenante dans Les fous de Bassan d’Anne Hébert.” Les Cahiers Anne Hébert 11 (May 2011): 49-69.
“L’angoisse de l’écriture dans l’œuvre de Germaine Guèvremont.” @nalyses: Revue de critique et de théorie littéraire 5.1 (2010).