518 W. Locust St.
McMullen Hall, Room 121
Davenport, IA 52803
Dr. Bartlett teaches all levels of French language and Francophone cultures. Her upper level classes explore social issues through cinema, literature, history, and gender studies.
University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa
French and Francophone World Studies
Doctor of Philosophy, 2009
University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, Iowa
Master of Arts, 2004
University of Wisconsin-River Falls, River Fall,s Wisconsin
Modern Languages-French Emphasis
Bachelor of Arts, 1999
French 101 - First Semester French (Fall)
French 102 - Second Semester French (Spring)
French 201 - Third Semester French (Fall)
French 202 - Fourth Semester French (Spring)
French 301 - Advanced French I (Fall)
French 302 - Advanced French II (Fall or Spring)
French 304 - IS210/WMST 210 - French and Francophone Cinema
French 303 - IS210/WMST 210 - Social Issues in the French Speaking World
IS 210/WMST 210 - Women in World Cinema
Francophone studies, cinema, gender, postcolonial studies.
Meilahn Bartlett, Sharon. The Crossroads of Gender and Race in Shaping Masculinity in Colonial French Cinema." Utah Foreign Language Review. 2007.
Meilahn Bartlett, Sharon. Masculinities, Money and Mosques: An Analysis of In the Name of God by Algerian Novelist Yasmina Khadra. 19th Annual Conference of The American Men's Studies Association. March 2011.
Member of the American Council on Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL)
Member of the Modern Languages Association (MLA)
Member of the American Association of Teachers of French (AATF)
Board member of the World Affairs Council (WAC)
2012 Completed certificate in Excellence in College Teaching through Quad Cities Professional Development Network (QCPDN)