Denis teaches medieval, Renaissance and 17th century literature as well as French at all levels. Her specialization is in French epics of the 12th and 13th centuries. The area of her research and her latest publications integrate the medieval period with the historical and cultural developments of the previously mentioned centuries. She has developed multimedia computer materials to enrich the French program: poetry (advanced), fairy tales (intermediate) and comics (beginning). The “Phonagogue,” developed collaboratively, addresses pronunciation improvement at all levels. EDUCATION: Licence, Universite Catholique de Louvain M.A., Ph.D., University of Minnesota Denis has been teaching at Macalester since 1993.
Annotated Bibliography, section Etat-Unis-Canada, Bibliographique de la Societe Rencesvals (2002)
Ironie et humour dans Gui de Bourgogne, Actes du Xve Congres Rencesvals: L'Epopee medievale (2002)
La Maladie feinte comme fuite: une porte de sortie encombree in Espaces de la fuite dans la litterature narrative francaise avant 1800, Actes du XIVe Colloque International Sator (2002)
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