Miss Ariane Bogain

Senior Lecturer
Department: Social Sciences

Ariane studied English, politics and European law in France.

ADSS Ariane Bogain Staffprofile 255Ariane studied English, politics and European law in France. Between 1996 and 1997 she was a language assistant at the University of Wolverhampton. She was appointed Lecturer in French in Modern Languages in 1997.  

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Qualifications

MPhil, PGCE, MA, BA, Celta

Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA) - 2013
DEA (MPhil) in European Identities – Lyon II – 1997
DEA (MPhil) in European law – Lyon III – 1995
PGCE – University of Wolverhampton – 1996
Diplôme de l’Institut d’Etudes Politiques (Master) – Lyon – 1994
Maitrise (Master) in English – Nancy – 1992
Licence (BA) in English – Nancy - 1991

Research Themes and Scholarly Interests

Ariane’s research interests lie in European identities (Europe in Jules Romains' work, representation of minorities, Turkey and France, Erasmus students) , French politics, the use of new technologies in politics and e-learning. 

Professional Activity

French language (translation, essay, grammar, oral) at all levels of the degree.
French politics in year 2 and 4
Contemporary Europe in year 2 and 4.
Unilang Option  French stage 3 (university wide language provision)
Key skills and introduction to politics in year 1

Key Publications

Articles

Jules Romains' Vision of a United Europe in Interwar France: Legacy and Ambiguities", Modern & Contemporary France (2013).

"Erasmus Language students in a British University – a case study", The Language Learning Journal, vol 40 (2012).

Stereotypification of the non-European: a case study of Turkey’s membership to the EU  in collaboration with Florence Potot in The European Mind: Narrative and Identity,  Volume II . Malta University Press (2010). ISBN 978-99909-45-56-0  

“From the stereotypification of the non-European other to the prototypification of the European self: a case study of Turkey’s membership to the European Union from the French perspective”, published  in collaboration with Florence Potot in Portal – Journal of Interdisciplinary International Studies – in January 2008, vol.5, n01 (2008) – ISSN 1449-2490.

“Translation, Theory and Practice: an interactive approach”, published in December 2007 in Kalbu Studijos journal, n011, (2007). ISSN: 1648 – 2824
 
“Translation Theory and practice: an interactive approach”. Subject Centre for Languages, linguistics and area study. On-line article – 2007

Entry on the French writer Jules Romains and his views on America in the book “France and the Americas. Culture, politics and history”, Bill Marshall ed.  ABC-CLIO Ltd, ISBN 1851094113 (2005).

"Spain today: Language and contemporary society at your fingertips": Subject Centre for Languages, linguistics and area study. On-line article in collaboration with Jackie Collins – 2004 http://www.llas.ac.uk/resources/paper/2291

"New technologies in language studies a case study in the French division at the University of Northumbria ". Article published, in collaboration with Florence Potot, in Kalbu Studijos journal, No. 4,  (2003). ISSN: 1648 – 2824

Conferences:
“Virtual citizens for virtual politics? Digital technology and the French presidential elections”. Paper presented, in collaboration with Florence Potot at ISSEI (International Society for the Study of European Ideas) in July 2008.

“From the stereotypification of the non-European other to the prototypification of the European self: a case study of Turkey’s membership to the European Union from the French perspective”. Paper presented, in collaboration with Florence Potot, at ISSEI (International Society for the Study of European Ideas) in July 2006.

"Say what you mean Mean what you say": presentation of a web package for translation from French into English at the Northumbria conference (July 2004).

"Europe at your fingertips": evaluation of an e-learning package at the CILT national conference in London (June 2004) in collaboration with Jackie Collins.

"Jules Romains et l'Europe": paper at the Burns Conference (October 2003)