Born and raised in France, on the Atlantic coast, Honorine Rouiller is currently a second-year PhD student at Florida State University, concentrating on Contemporary French and Francophone Studies in the Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics. She completed her Bachelor of Arts with honors in English Language, Literature and Civilization at the Université du Maine, France. During that time, she spent a year abroad, through the ISEP program, at Agnes Scott College, Atlanta, Georgia. In May 2018, she graduated from the University of Arizona with a Master in French Literature. For her PhD, she is interested in looking at the meaning of being a French black woman in today’s society, based on lived experiences.
Research Interests: immigration and integration, film studies, comic books, questions of identity.