Dr Julien Chartier is a Lecturer in French Language and Culture Studies with RMIT's School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, and the Coordinator of the LEAD Mentoring program for languages.
Julien has been coordinating and teaching courses at tertiary level since 2004, including eight and a half years at the University of Queensland where he also completed his PhD.
He has taught French at all levels, intercultural communication, literature, argumentation and French cinema.
Julien joined RMIT University in February 2015.
- Cross-cultural communication
- Verbal and nonverbal interactions
- Interactional strategies
- Human nature
- PhD, University of Queensland, 2011
- PhD, Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3, 2011
- MA, Université du Maine, 2005
- BA (Hons), Université Charles de Gaulle – Lille 3, 2004
- BA, Université Charles de Gaulle – Lille 3, 2003
- DEUG, Université d’Orléans, 2002
- Melbourne Salon: French & Australian Dialogues
The Melbourne Salon is a joint venture between RMIT University, the Institute for the Study of French-Australian Relations and the Alliance Française de Melbourne. It is a place where curious and open-minded people can engage in French-Australian cross-cultural dialogues. Talks will usually be in English; you may participate in the subsequent discussions in French or English. The Melbourne Salon aims to broaden understanding of French and Australian perspectives on contemporary topics through conversation, debate and discussion, drawing participants from a wide range of backgrounds (parents, teachers, academics, journalists, writers, musicians, educationalists and others) who share an interest in discussing ideas in a convivial atmosphere.
Other professional interests
- AFTV (Association of French Teachers in Victoria)
- ASFS (Australian Society for French Studies)
- FFRAME (Forum Francophone de Recherche à Melbourne)