Emily
French Graduate Student
Graduate Teaching Assistant
Instructor of Record
Tutor

Emily Rose Kraus is a French graduate student in the Dept. of Romance Languages. She has been studying French for 16 years and mainly learned the language by working with a retired scholar who formerly taught French at Oxford. At that time, Emily switched to reading only novels in French in order to maximize her use of it. By age 15, she had read many novels including Victor Hugo's Les Misérables in French. To date, she has read over 300 novels in French spanning all fields of French literature. 

Emily's main field of study is 19th-century French literature. Currently, she is focusing on the works of Baudelaire, Hugo, Proust and Zola. Her main passion is helping people to read since reading is essential to learning a foreign language. As a professor, she desires to teach French literature, which is only taught at the university level in the United States.

Whenever possible, Emily enjoys going to Paris to visit her French aunt and uncle. She speaks fluent French and has studied numerous other languages including: German, Italian, Polish, Swedish, Spanish, Chinese and Old French.

Emily also provides tutoring to French students at all levels. If interested, please feel free to send her an email: ekraus20742@uga.edu

Dissertation/Thesis Title:
Hugo pour la peine de mort
Selected Publications:

Kraus, Emily. “La Quête de Soi : Les relations dans La nausée de Sartre.” The Kennesaw Tower Online Undergraduate Research Journal, vol. 6, 2014, (http://kennesawtower.kennesaw.edu/archives/2014-15.php)

Education:

2016 BA (French) Kennesaw State University - Summa Cum Laude

2020 MA (French) University of Georgia