Instructor of French
Ph.D. in French Studies, University of Washington, June 2011
Dissertation: “Valéry, His Context and Legacy”
Prior to joining Washington State University in Fall 2012 in the Department of Foreign Languages and Cultures, Insook Webber taught at the University of Washington as a Teaching Associate and at Seattle University as an adjunct faculty.
Her professional interests include language pedagogy and research in French literature and philosophy of the 20th century. Her current research focuses on extreme contemporary French literature and analyzes how it reflects, formally and thematically, contemporary French society experiencing the crisis of identity faced with the increasing globalization.
“Valéry and Houellebecq: The Death (or the Return) of the Subject,” Australian Journal of French Studies, forthcoming (December, 1013)
“Pure and Applied Consciousness in Valéry and Sartre,” French Studies, (forthcoming, 2013-2014)
“Valéry’s Materialist Conception of Consciousness and Its Consequences,” Analecta Husserliana: The Yearbook of Phenomenological Research, Vol. CXII (Art, Literature, and Passions of the Skies), 179-187 (Spring 2012).
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