Hispanic Literature |Teaching of Spanish Language | Instructional Design | Editing | Communications |
Experience delivering higher education:
face to face, virtual, flipped classroom & blended
I aim to offer the best education for students to become leaders and influencers in their communities; young minds promoting values and serving to their society.
I educate emphasizing the importance of tolerance, understanding, and respect towards the plurality of ideas and cultures that our human race comprises.
I am a facilitator for students to question, voice their opinions, and propose findings by analyzing their context, texts, films, and photographs.
Angélica is from Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico. She received her Ph.D. in Spanish from the University of Kansas (KU) and, with a Fulbright-García Robles Scholarship, she obtained her master’s degree in Spanish from the University of Missouri-Columbia (MU). She worked, in Mexico, for 10 years in the field of Communications.
Her dissertation, “Memoria prestada. La represión y los movimientos estudiantiles en dos casos de estudio: México (1968) y España (1960-1977),” focuses on the analysis of literary (narrative) and visual (film, collage and photography) representations of memory referring to student movements from Mexico (1968), and Spain during late Francoism. At the college level, she has taught courses of Latin American Culture and Civilization, Hispanic-American Literature, and lower and upper Spanish language division courses (grammar, composition, conversation).
Latin American Theatre Review Journal (LATR).
Liberal Arts and Sciences, Baker College.