You are here: Lilian Baeza-Mendoza

Back to top

Lilian Baeza-Mendoza Senior Professorial Lecturer World Languages and Cultures

Send email to Lilian Baeza-Mendoza
(202) 885-2383
CAS - World Languages and Cultures
McCabe - 227
Tuesday and Friday 2-4 PM
MS in Spanish Literature, Georgetown University
BA in Foreign Languages, George Mason University

Languages Spoken
English, Spanish
Professor Lilian Baeza-Mendoza is a native of Chile, but she has spent most of her life in the US. She holds a BA from George Mason University and a MS from Georgetown University. During her years as an educator, she has focused on Golden Age Theater, Second Language Acquisition, and Learning Disabilities. She is also interested in pop culture and domestic politics. Besides teaching, she has served as a translator for different nonprofit organizations in the D.C. area. She is currently working on the use of Media as a tool for language learning.
See Also
World Languages & Cultures
For the Media
To request an interview for a news story, call AU Communications at 202-885-5950 or submit a request.

Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities

Professional Services

Translator (English-Spanish), freelance work

Work In Progress

  • The use of Media as a language learning tool
  • Learning Disabilities in the language classroom