Deborah Piston-Hatlen coordinates the Center’s Framing the Global project. She has a licence in sciences du langage from the Université de Besançon and an M.A. in French linguistics from IU. She is the co-editor of two books, Le français en Amérique du Nord with Albert Valdman and Julie Auger, and History, Society and Variation with J. Clancy Clements, Thomas Klingler, and Kevin Rottet. She has also been book review editor for the journal Studies in Second Language Acquisition. She has spent several years in France, both as a student and a teacher, and has been involved in international education for much of her life. She previously held positions with the Committee for Research and Development in Language Instruction, the Creole Institute, and West European Studies at Indiana University.
Editor and Consultant, Framing the Global Research Studies Book Series