I came to Australia from France after my baccalauréat and completed a BA at the University of Sydney. I started teaching French in the Department of French Studies at the University of Sydney while completing a Masters degree in French studies. In 1991 I took up a lectureship in French Studies at La Trobe University and did a PhD in Politics at Monash University.
I became a lecturer at Monash in 2001, teaching both French studies and European Studies. In French studies I have been contributing to the undergraduate program teaching courses on French society and politics and supervising Honours theses. I contributed to the development of the major in European studies and in 2006 helped establish the Monash European and EU Centre of which I am now deputy director and undergraduate studies coordinator. I have been actively researching contemporary French socio-political theory and European politics. Most recently, I have been involved in a research project on the growth of illiberal attitudes towards Muslims in Western Europe.
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