Jonathan Slaughter

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MA Fellow in French




Spring 2021

Virtual Office Hours

Tuesday & Thursday 9:00-11:00am

Zoom Room:

Teaching Schedule

French 1201-001 9:05-9:55 MWF

French 1201-002 12:20-1:10 MWF

French 1201-004 10:10-11:00 MWF

French 1202-005 1:25-2:15 MWF (All online synchronous)

Jonathan Brooks Slaughter is an MA Fellow in French, serving as instructor of elementary French language courses. His MA thesis, for which he was awarded the Bambas Prize in French Literary Studies from Middlebury Language Schools, focused on the controversial 2006 novel Les bienveillantes. Subsequently he has researched Antonin Artaud's 1936 trip to Mexico, and he has delivered conference papers on Proust and Latin American literature and other comparative topics. Apart from academic work, Jonathan has been involved in translation projects (from French and Spanish) and several communities of theater-making and poetry. He is delighted to be teaching at UNC Charlotte this academic year.


M.A. French (Literature), Middlebury Language Schools and Université Sorbonne Nouvelle (2013)
B.A. Comparative Literature and Romance Languages, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2012)


MA Fellow in French, UNC Charlotte, 2020-present

Specific Research Interests

French and Francophone Literature
Latin American Literature
Literary and Cultural Theory
Literary Translation