Olivia Choplin is Associate Professor of French at Elon University in North Carolina where she teaches all levels of French language and French and Francophone cultures. She has published on Québécois playwrights Michel Tremblay and Wajdi Mouawad, and her recent work considers the works of Haitian-Québécois Marie-Célie Agnant and Dany Laferrière. Her pedagogical interests include the use of theater in the foreign-language classroom and developing students’ intercultural knowledge and awareness by helping them to recognize themselves as culturally-situated beings. She regularly incorporates Québec content in her intermediate and advanced French courses. She also serves on the Editorial Board of the American Review of Canadian Studies.