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Maria Mocuta

Maria Mocuta

Professor of Intercultural Studies
  • Department:
    Communications
  • Location:
    Chicago
  • School:
    Undergraduate in Chicago
  • Position:
    Teaching
  • Start Date:
    August 2006
  • Educational Background:

    BA, City College of New York
    MA, University of Paris, Sorbonne
    PhD, University of Chicago

  • Publications:
    • L’Oeil ecoute, A Protestant Response to Paul Claudel’s Art Criticism, Claudel Studies. N.p: n.p., 1996.
    • L’Oeil ecoute, Temps et duree dans les Scenes Intimes, Claudel Studies. N.p: n.p., 2001.
  • Professional/Personal Interests:
    • Research anticipated: Paul Claudel, A Poet Looks at the Cross
    • Promoting new literature emerging out of the East European experience with religious persecution - to date, a play entitled Juliet, written by Andras Visky and interpreted by Melissa Hawkins of Wheaton, Ill.
    • Attending to the young-adult education and development of four adopted children, now in their early 20s
    • Working on a summer program in France for Moody Students