Nebraska Authors

Frans C. Amelinckx

Born 1932-09-23 Sint-Niklaas (BELGIUM)

Died 2010-03-28
Lafayette, LA (USA)

Places Lived

S. Niklaas, Belgium
Lille, France
Venezuala
Iowa
Lincoln, NE
Lafayette, LA

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Keywords

Literary Criticism

Education

BA, N. State College
MA, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
PhD, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA

Occupation

Professor of French Language and Literature
Head of the Department of Romance Languages, University of Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette, LA
Editor, Etudes Francophones
Academic Researcher and Writer

Places Worked

University of Iowa
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE
University of Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette, LA

Honors

Distinguished Professor in Francophone Studies, University of Southwestern Louisiana, 1989
Professor Emeritus of Francophone Studies, University of Southwestern Louisiana, 2002

Associations

Nebraska Foreign Language Association
Association of Teachers of French

Bibliography

Lexicon Dendrologicum. 1955.
Michel Segligny: Homme Libre De Couleur De La Nouvelle Orleans: Nouvelles Et Recits.
Travel, Quest and Pilgrimage as a Literary Theme. 1978. (with Joyce Megay)

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