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French as Language of Intimacy in the Modern Age: Le fran ais, langue de l'intime   l' poque moderne et contemporaine
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French as Language of Intimacy in the Modern Age: Le fran ais, langue de l'intime l' poque moderne et contemporaine (Hardback)

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Francophonie[-]French as second language[-]Diglossia[-]Bilingualism [-]Expression of the "intimate" self[-]Intercultural competence in Foreign Language writing[-]Egodocuments[-]

Languages with Grant & CutlerPhilosophy, Psychology & Social Sciences Publisher: Amsterdam University Press Publication Date: 01/12/2016 ISBN-13: 9789462980594  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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" " target="_blank">Marie-Christine Kok Escalle has been Associate Professor of French Culture and Intercultural Communication at Utrecht University, and after her retirement she continued as Senior Researcher at the Institute for Cultural Inquiry (Utrecht University). Her scholarly interests include the cultural role the French language has played in the Netherlands, specially in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and the development of intercultural competence through foreign language learning and teaching in the past as well as nowadays.|"" target="_blank">Madeleine van Strien-Chardonneau is a retired lecturer of French language and culture and an Associate Member of Leiden University Institute for Cultural Disciplines. Her scholarly interests include the accounts of French travelers in the Netherlands in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, the history of the teaching of French in the Netherlands, the francophone Dutch writer Isabelle de Charri re and the personal writings of Netherlanders in French.

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