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Margaret Harp, Ph.D.

Margaret Harp, Ph.D.

Office: FDH, 501
Phone: (702) 895-4227
Email: margaret.harp@unlv.edu
Rèsumè: Curriculum Vitae (.pdf)

 

 

 

 

 

Areas of specialization:

French Renaissance Literature

Biography:

Margaret B. Harp is Associate Professor of French. A Ph.D. recipient from Tulane University, she teaches courses on French literature, culture and language. Her publications have appeared in Aevum, Romance Notes, Romance Quarterly, Rocky Mountain Review, and Sixteenth Century Journal. In 2006 she was awarded the Delno West Award for the best paper presented by a senior scholar at the annual conference of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association. She serves on the executive boards of the Académie francophone of Las Vegas and the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association

Recipient of the 2003 Rita Deanin Abbey Teacher of the Year Award, Dr. Harp is the departmental advisor for majors and minors in French as well as the French language coordinator.