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Denise Bouras

Assistant Professor of Instruction

M.A. University of Chicago

Denise Bouras received her B.A. from Marquette University, where she studied Spanish literature and journalism. She earned her M.A. in Spanish literature from The University of Chicago, where she is also currently working on her Ph.D.

Since 2001 she has been dedicated to teaching Spanish language and educating others about Hispanic culture and has taught a variety of courses, from elementary to advanced levels. At Northwestern University she currently teaches Spanish 203, (Individual & Society through Written Expression) and has previously taught Spanish 199 (Language in Context: Contemporary Spain).

Denise has recently become a member of the Council on Language Instruction and is very interested in expanding her knowledge on foreign language acquisition and teaching methodologies. Finally, you can also find her at one of the Department’s numerous film showings throughout the year, as she is currently enjoying her involvement in the coordination of the film series.
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