Monserrat Bores Martínez
Assistant Teaching Professor
Department of Global Studies and Modern Languages
Monserrat Bores holds a Diploma in Literature from the Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico, and a BA in Communications from Universidad Cuauhtémoc, Mexico. In 2003, Monserrat earned her MA degree in Spanish from The University of Western Ontario, Canada. In addition, she has taken several doctoral courses in Comparative and Spanish Literature, in Canada and in the United States. Her area of specialization is Colonial Latin American Literature and Early Modern Spanish Literature.
- Second Language Acquisition
- Language Pedagogy
- Colonial Latin American Literature
- Early Modern Spanish Literature
Monserrat Bores is an assistant teaching professor in the Global Studies and Modern Languages Department at Drexel University. Before coming to Drexel, Monserrat taught at Princeton University for 9 years, as a lecturer of Spanish. At Princeton, she developed, taught and coordinated different intermediate- and advanced-level Spanish courses. From 2011 to 2012 she was the Acting Associate Director of the Spanish Program at the same academic institution. In addition to her role as an educator, she was a Fulbright Faculty Advisor for Princeton University undergraduates.
At Pennsylvania State University, Monserrat was the Co-Director of the Education Abroad Program in Puebla, in three different occasions. Her administrative role in this abroad program has been key to her development as a faculty member and student advisor.
Her work in the Hispanic community includes translating as a volunteer in the Pediatric Clinic at the University Medical Center of Princeton.
- 2016 “Dale la vuelta a la tortilla: rediseño curricular”. Co-authored with Prof. Lorena Camacho.
Observatorio Publications. Instituto Cervantes at Harvard University. Cambridge, MA.
- 2010 “Las conversaciones culturales de Francisco Imperial: la importancia del dezir y la gaya ciencia
en la construcción de la voz autorial.” Revista Internacional d’Humanitats 18 (2010): 59-64.
- 2009 “La Historia de la doncella Teodor y las (con)tensiones del discurso obsceno.” eHumanista 12
- 2008 “A Linguagem Obscena do Parvo No Auto da Barca do Inferno de Gil Vicente: Uma Luta de
Palavras Pelos Espaços Divinos.” Romance Notes 48.2 (2008): 235-245.
- 2005 “Hacia una nueva genealogía de carácter femenino maternal: Con mi madre (2001) de Soledad
Puértolas desde una perspectiva irigariana.” AnMal electrónica17 (2005): online.
- 2004 “La representación de la muerte en El Caballero determinado de Hernando de Acuña.” SILVA:
Estudios de humanismo y tradición clásica 3 (2004): 9-35.