Marianne Bailey


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B.A., Foreign Languages and Literature, University of Nevada, 1972; M.A., French Language and Culture, University of Nevada, 1974; Doctor of Letters, Francophone Literature and Culture, Sorbonne, University of Paris, 1985; Graduate work at University of Washington, University of Tubingen, Germany.

Expertise: literature, philosophy, and languages

Interests: literature (French, German, West and North African, Caribbean), mythology and symbolism, theater and ritual studies, comparative religion, history of ideas, French and German languages, philosophy, Francophone culture

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Contact Information

Office
Lab II 2262
Phone
(360) 867-6438
Email
baileym

Current, Recent, and Upcoming Offerings

Year Offering
2015-16 Of Blood and Beauty: The Thought, Literature, and Art of German-Speaking Cultures
Fall, Winter and Spring
2014-15 Poet-Philosophers/Philosopher-Poets
Fall and Winter
2014-15 Student-Originated Studies: Independent Projects in Literature, Philosophy, Myth/Religion and Writing
Spring
2013-14 Dark Romantics
Fall, Winter and Spring
2013-14 French, Intensive
Summer
2012-13 French, Intensive
Summer
2012-13 Inexpressibility and its Discontents
Fall and Winter
2012-13 Student-Originated Studies: Advanced French Language
Fall
2012-13 Student-Originated Studies: Independent Projects in Literature, Philosophy, Myth/Religion and Writing for Freshmen
Spring
2011-12 Forbidden Metaphors: Rewriting the Real in 20th Century France
Fall, Winter and Spring
2011-12 French, Intensive
Summer