Jacqueline Mitchell, M.A.

  • Associate Professor of Spanish

Education

  • B.A., Point Loma Nazarene College
  • M.A., University of California, Los Angeles

Background

Professor Jacqueline Mitchell joined the PLNU faculty in 1996. Her recent scholarly work includes:
Doctoral Student at University of California, Los Angeles
Outside reviewer for the University of Laverne Modern Languages Department Review, 2008
In conjunction with the CJR, received a Grant from the Study Abroad Office for an exploratory trip to Chiapas, Mexico, 2008.

Attended lectures by several Spanish and Latin American authors at “Feria del Libro” in Madrid, Spain, 2008.

Attended The Tenth Annual Continuums of Service Conference in San Jose, Ca. sponsored by the Western Region Campus Compact Consortium, 2007.

Attended the San Diego Latino Film Festival, March 2006

Attended the Festival Internacional de Teatro Lationamericano, November 2005.

Attended (with student Elizabeth Warn) the Mexico Solidarity Network & United Students for Fair Trade Women’s Delegation to Chiapas, June-July 2005. Sponsored by the Center for Justice and Reconcilation, the Department of Sociology, and the College of Letters and Science. Presented about this experience at Brewed Awakening September 2005.