Jocelyn Pinzon or Miss Joji, for short, is passionate for the humanities. In her classes, she aims to use art, especially literature, to inspire students to develop their creativity and imagination as well as sharpen their critical thinking skills. Ultimately, what Miss Joji aspires is to help forge students that are creative and independent thinkers, future members of society who will take on the role unwaveringly to unify and develop the nation.

Assistant Professor 7, Acting Dean

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Literature, Communication

Cultural Studies

BSE Mathematics and English (Notre Dame of Marbel University, 1977)


MA Literature, University of San Carlos (1997)


PhD Comparative Literature  (University of the Philippines Diliman, 2015)

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Awards and Recognitions

History and Aesthetics of the Luwas of Purosk Santa Cecilia in Santo Nino, South Cotabato


Bugalbugal as Satire: The Case of Yoyoy Villame

Remembering Philippine history: Satire in Popular Songs. South East Asia Research. 2015

Cum Laude, BSE Mathematics and English. Notre Dame of Marbel University, 1977


Nominee. Best Dissertation Award. College of Arts and Letters, UP Diliman. 2015