Advisor: Salvador Acosta
MA, History, University of San Diego, 2011
Thesis: "Yankee Doodle Bayou: Spanish Louisiana and British West Florida’s Contributions to Patriot Victory”
BA, History, Loyola University New Orleans, 2006
Jacquelyne's research interests includes the social and cultural history of North American Borderlands. Her research specifically pertains to family development in 18th century French Louisiana. Her research interests also includes the digital humanities, instructional design, and instructional technology.
“A Global Voice: The Bronx African American History Project and Digital History.” Fordham Graduate Student Digital Humanities Group Blog. Fordham University Apr. 2014.
“The Faculty Resource Center” The Message Faculty Newsletter, Victory University. Jan. 2014.
Elaine Crane Research Grant in US History. Fordham University, 2014.
Campus Digital Humanities Scholar, Fordham University, 2013-2014.
Presidential Scholarship, Fordham University, 2013-2014.
"French Imperial Prescriptions and the Colonial Family: Understanding Agency in the Historiographical Discourse of the Lower Mississippi Valley, 1699-1763," Southern Writers Southern Writing, The University of Mississippi , July 18, 2014.
"The Bronx African American History Project: A Case Study in Providing Global Agency through Digital History Projects," National Social Science Association Summer Seminar, National Social Science Association, August 5, 2014
“Digital Archiving: The Bronx African American History Project and Digital Humanities.” Fordham Graduate Student Digital Humanities Group, Fordham University April 22, 2014
"Te[A]chnology," Victory University, Faculty Retreat, August, 2012
"Gulf South and the American Revolution," University of San Diego, History Graduate Colloquium, October 2010.
HIS-204: US History Since 1865
HS-3401: Modern Europe
HS-1113: World Civilizations I