Joelle Neulander

Associate Professor

Director, Joint Masters Program

424D Capers Hall

Joelle Neulander attended Tufts University for her B.A. She received her M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Iowa. Joelle writes on modern French cultural history and women's history. Her first book, Programming National Identity: The Culture of Radio in 1930s France, will be published by Louisiana State University Press in Fall 2009. Her next project focuses on working-class women in pulp fiction and romance novels from the interwar and Vichy periods.

Neulander teaches French history, gender history, and the history of imperialism. She offers the introduction to history and historiography required for all majors. She also teaches both world and western civilization for the core curriculum. At the graduate level she has offers readings and seminars in French, gender and cultural history. She is currently the Director of the Department's Masters program, which is run jointly with the Department of History at the College of Charleston.