Jay Crowell is a 10-year veteran of teaching, having worked at the elementary level in a partial-immersion school, at the high school level teaching all levels of French, and even at Longwood University as an Adjunct Professor of French. He has studied abroad in the University of Geneva’s translation studies program, and has taken groups of students to France, England, and Louisiana.
B.A. in French with K-12 Teaching certification from Longwood University
M.A. in French from the University of Virginia
Multiple masculinities as they present themselves in culture and literature, foreign language learning and pedagogy, grammar, representations of modern technology
James River Foreign Ambassador Award, Adams-Patton Scholarship, Advanced Honors Scholarship, President’s Study Abroad Scholarship
Publications and Other Scholarly Activity
Stealing the Steel in Zola’s Men - INCITE (2009)
Hiding from Reality: Technology and Human Interaction in La Télévision – Boston University Technology and Literature Graduate Conference (2019)