Leanna Bridge Rezvani is a Lecturer in French, teaching primarily at the introductory levels of the curriculum and also leading 21G.310 French Conversation: Intensive Practice. Prior to joining MIT in 2006, she taught at Boston College.

Rezvani has published articles on 16th and 17th-century women writers including Marguerite de Navarre and Madame de Lafayette, as well as developing open pedagogical resources for instruction on related works and texts. She frequently presents her works at medieval and Renaissance literature society meetings. Rezvani’s pedagogical fields of interest include the praxis of language and culture, religion and literature, and the use of technology in language pedagogy.

PhD Boston College
MA University of California, Santa Barbara
BA Western Washington University