The faculty listed here teach at various times through the course of the year. The list may be altered at the discretion of the Language Reading Program depending upon enrollment patterns and program needs and goals.
For Spring 2016:
French Level I and Level II:
Stéphanie Jeanjean is a native French speaker with a Ph.D. in Art History from the CUNY Graduate Center, specializing in contemporary France, early French video and new media art. She worked for the French publisher Les presses du réel and is currently Acquisition Editor for EPCAF (European Postwar and Contemporary Art Forum) book series with AC Books, in New York. Recently she has worked on translating and subtitling in English rare texts and early French video materials.
German Level I and II:
Diana Toman, a native German speaker, whose training has been both in the sciences (Princeton) and the humanities (Fordham University) received her degrees from Fordham University (Psychology and Comparative Literature) and has taught Comparative Literature as well as all levels of German (throughout the CUNY system and Jewish Theological Seminary). Diana is also the Program Coordinator for the Language Reading Program.
Spanish Level I and II:
Robert Diamond is a Ph.D. student in Art History at the Graduate Center, CUNY. Robert, who has an M.A. in Art History and a B.A. in French, has acquired various levels of proficiency in several foreign languages. He has studied and traveled extensively in Europe, where he received his TEFL certification. Back in the U.S., he taught ESL for 5 years as an adjunct at Capital Community College in Hartford, as well as other adult education programs.