Beth Mauldin

Dr. Beth Mauldin

Assistant Professor of French

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Biography

Dr. Beth Mauldin is an assistant professor of French at Georgia Gwinnett College. She received her Ph.D. in Romance languages at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. After teaching at Georgia Tech as a Marion L. Brittain Fellow, she joined the faculty at GGC in 2011. Mauldin is currently working on a book about the cinematic constructions of the United States in the films of Agnès Varda, Jean-Luc Godard, and Jean-Pierre Gorin after May ’68. Most recently, she presented a paper on Michael Haneke’s film Caché at the Association of Cultural Studies Conference in Paris. Her interests include hiking in western North Carolina, marathon viewings of Breaking Bad and finding new ways to get back to Paris.

Education

  • Doctorate – Romance languages – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Master’s – Romance languages – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Bachelor’s – French – Clemson University

Academic Interests

  • French film
  • Cultural studies
  • Gender studies
  • Franco-American relations

Publications

  • “Beautiful Girls, Feminist Consciousness, and Civil Rights,” Mad Men, Women, and Children: Gender and Generation in Mad Men. Eds. Nancy Batty and Heather Marcovitch. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Press, 2012. 123 – 136.
  • “Searching for the Revolution in America: French Intellectuals, Black Panthers, and the Spirit of May ’68,” Critique: Journal of Socialist Theory 36:2 (2008): 219 – 243.
  • “Redressing Invisibility,” Film Quarterly 62.1 (2008): 102 - 103.
  • “Television and Fan Culture,” The Business of Entertainment: Television. Ed. Robert Sickels. Praeger Press, 2008.
  • “Myths, Mothers, and Monoliths,” Film Quarterly 61.2 (2007): 92 – 93.

Professional Affiliations

  • American Association of Teachers of French
  • Society for Cinema and Media Studies
  • Association of Cultural Studies