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Shawn Gorman

Writing Instructor at ETS

Areas of expertise

  • - French literature
  • - second language aquisition

Major works

  • “Structures de la médiation chez Ismaïl Kadaré.” Les médiations de l'auteur: les conditions de la création littéraire. Eds. Audrey Alvès, Maria Pourchet. Paris: L’Harmattan, 2011.
  • “On the Problem of Origin in Sartre's Phenomenology: Essentialism vs. Unlimited Semiosis,” Sartre Studies International 15.1 (2009).
  • “Proustian Metaphor and the Automobile.” Studies in Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Literature 29.2 (2005).

About Me

Shawn Gorman holds a Ph.D. in French Language and Literature from Boston University. He also taught French and English at the high school and university level in Europe and the United States for 9 years. He has published research on topics in 20th century French literature and philosophy and presented research on second language acquisition at professional conferences. He also worked as a librarian at Harvard University for 7 years.

Courses and Programs taught by Shawn Gorman