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Ph.D. University of Missouri—Columbia (2019)
M.S. Ohio University (2016)
B.A. Universidad Católica Andrés Bello—Caracas (2013)
JOUR 4510 Magazine Design and Production
COMM 4550 Media and the Other
Social movements and media activism
Transnational feminisms and media
Copy editor and reporter at Eme de Mujer magazine (Venezuela) 2011–2014
International Communication Association
The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Cabas-Mijares, A., Martínez-Carrillo, N., Mislán, C. (In print). “Berta no murió, se multiplicó:” Radical Media, Neoliberal Violence, and Indigenous Resistance in Honduras. In A. Iranzo & A. Farné (Eds.), Communication for Social Change: Proposals for Action. Castellón, Spain: UJI Press.
Member of Kappa Tau Alpha Honor Society
Marquette’s focus on moral responsibility and social justice speaks to my own education and ethics as a graduate of a Jesuit school and a critical media scholar. I want to help my students produce journalism that matters, the type of journalism that empowers communities and democracies. I have found that Marquette University possesses the resources and values to provide that kind of education.