Dr Michele Vincent

  • Lecturer in Education (Modern Languages) (School of Interdisciplinary Studies)

Biography

After obtaining a BA in English Language, Literature and Culture, I left my native French island of La Réunion in the Indian Ocean to complete an MA and a PhD in Linguistics at the University of Essex.

I subsequently lectured and tutored in French language and linguistics in a number of institutions including Royal Holloway University of London, King’s College London, The Ohio State University (USA) and the University of Strathclyde. I joined the University of Glasgow as a Lecturer in Modern Languages in January 2019.

Research interests

  • Linguistic theory
  • Syntactic theory
  • French syntax
  • Foreign language teaching
  • Pedagogy of teaching modern languages

Publications

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Number of items: 5.

2022

Vincent, M. A. , Muir, M. R. and Wood, B. L. (2022) Stories From a Remote Campus: Boosting Student Success Through Innovative Online Delivery. Advance HE Teaching and Learning Conference 2022: Teaching in the Spotlight: Where Next for Enhancing Student Success?, Newcastle, UK, 05-07 Jul 2022. (In Press)

2021

Vincent, M. (2021) Assessing First-Year Beginners’ Perceptions of Online Games in Enhancing their Experience of Foreign Language Grammar. 14th Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference, 18 Jun 2021.

2012

Radford, A. and Vincent, M. (2012) On the feature composition of participial light verbs in French. In: Brugè, L., Cardinaletti, A., Giusti, G., Munaro, N. and Poletto, C. (eds.) Functional Heads. Series: Cartography of syntactic structures (7). Oxford University Press: Oxford, pp. 208-219. ISBN 9780199746729 (doi: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199746736.001.0001)

2008

Radford, A. and Vincent, M. (2008) On Past Participle Agreement in Transitive Clauses in French. In: XXXIII Incontro di Grammatica Generativa, Bologna, Italy, 01-03 Mar 2007, pp. 142-161.

Vincent, M. and Radford, A. (2008) Arguing against obligatory feature inheritance: Evidence from French transitive participle agreement. Rivista di Grammatica Generativa, 33, pp. 175-190.

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Number of items: 5.

Articles

Vincent, M. and Radford, A. (2008) Arguing against obligatory feature inheritance: Evidence from French transitive participle agreement. Rivista di Grammatica Generativa, 33, pp. 175-190.

Book Sections

Radford, A. and Vincent, M. (2012) On the feature composition of participial light verbs in French. In: Brugè, L., Cardinaletti, A., Giusti, G., Munaro, N. and Poletto, C. (eds.) Functional Heads. Series: Cartography of syntactic structures (7). Oxford University Press: Oxford, pp. 208-219. ISBN 9780199746729 (doi: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199746736.001.0001)

Conference or Workshop Item

Vincent, M. A. , Muir, M. R. and Wood, B. L. (2022) Stories From a Remote Campus: Boosting Student Success Through Innovative Online Delivery. Advance HE Teaching and Learning Conference 2022: Teaching in the Spotlight: Where Next for Enhancing Student Success?, Newcastle, UK, 05-07 Jul 2022. (In Press)

Vincent, M. (2021) Assessing First-Year Beginners’ Perceptions of Online Games in Enhancing their Experience of Foreign Language Grammar. 14th Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference, 18 Jun 2021.

Conference Proceedings

Radford, A. and Vincent, M. (2008) On Past Participle Agreement in Transitive Clauses in French. In: XXXIII Incontro di Grammatica Generativa, Bologna, Italy, 01-03 Mar 2007, pp. 142-161.

This list was generated on Sun Jun 26 05:48:27 2022 BST.

Teaching

  • Spanish for Beginners (i)
  • French for Beginners (i)
  • UG Summer School (Access)
  • Modern Languages: Policy and Pedagogy
  • Modern Languages: PGDE Primary
  • Sociology of Education

Additional information

  • Deputy Chief Advisor of Studies, School of Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Academic Writing Skills Programme co-ordinator, School of Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Summer School for Access Co-ordinator, School of Interdisciplinary Studies