Francisco Antonio Montaño
Francisco Montaño joined the Department of Languages and Literatures in 2009 as a Lecturer in French and serves as the Language Coordinator for the French, Italian, and Spanish language programs. He received his A.B. (Romance Languages & Literatures) from Princeton University in 2003, his M.A. in French Linguistics from Indiana University in 2006, and is working on his doctoral dissertation for a dual Ph.D. at Indiana University in French Linguistics and General Linguistics. His current research focuses on historical French phonology, Romance linguistics, syllable-sensitive phonological change, language contact, and foreign language pedagogy.
At Lehman, he also serves as a member of the Linguistics Advisory Committee, as the assessment ambassador for the Department of Languages and Literatures, and as a member of the Lehman Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. This fall he will be teaching FRE 102: Elementary French II and FRE 202: Intermediate French Reading and Composition. In Spring 2012 Prof. Montaño received the School of Arts and Humanities Award for Teaching.
Last modified: Oct 16, 2013