Office: McGaw 308
Education: Ph.D, University of Pennsylvania
Andrew Suozzo’s teaching over nearly thirty years at DePaul includes all periods of French literature, all levels of French language, French culture/civilization from the earliest times to the current day, and the teaching of culture in the language classroom. He has taught LGBTQ history for more than a decade as part of the multicultural sophomore seminar. He has also offered a Discover/Explore Chicago course on the athletic, economic, and social impact of the Chicago Marathon.
Suozzo’s articles have appeared in the French Review, French Forum, Journal of Popular Culture, Littératures classiques, Papers on French Seventeenth Century Literature, and Romance Notes, among others. His articles on the pedagogy of French culture were awarded the Gilbert Chinard Prize (Institut Français de Washington/French Review, 1981) and the Edouard Morot-Sir Prize (Institut Français de Washington/French Review, 1996). His article on the Chicago Marathon received the Russel B. Nye Award (Journal of Popular Culture, 2002).
Suozzo has also written
three books: The Comic Novels of Charles
Sorel (French Forum, 1982), Teaching
French Culture: Theory and Practice (coauthored with Ross Steele; NTC 1993),
and The Chicago Marathon (