Anne Le is a doctoral candidate in the Department of European Languages and Transcultural Studies. Her dissertation explores depictions of religious conversion and cross-cultural exchange in twelfth- and thirteenth-century Old French romances and chansons de geste. She has taught several courses in French language and culture. More recently, she worked as a Teaching Fellow in the Cluster Program through the Undergraduate Education Initiatives unit. Anne is interested in fostering inclusive classroom environments, language pedagogy, writing pedagogy, and championing the humanities.