Rakhel has published articles and book chapters in Hispania, Crítica Hispánica, Revista Iberoamericana de Lingüística, Teatro: revista de estudios culturales and Palgrave MacMillan on twentieth-century Spanish Theater, Hispanic Linguistics, Comic and Tragic discourses, as well as on Gender and Social Mediation. Her latest publication is the co-edited volume, Manifestaciones de lo trágico en la cultura moderna peninsular, published on The Hispanic Issues Online (2020), where she focuses on the traces of the tragic in contemporary Spanish Theater.
She has taught courses ranging from Spanish Culture and Civilization, Introduction to Linguistics, Phonetics and Phonology, Spanish for Law Enforcement, Spanish Translation Techniques, to all Spanish language levels. She has participated in study abroad programs in Madrid, Seville and Bilbao.
- PhD in Romance Languages and Literature, University of California, Berkeley
- MA in Pedagogy of Spanish as a Second Language, University of Salamanca
- BA in Hispanic Philology, University of Deusto
Manifestaciones de lo trágico en la cultura moderna peninsular, published on The Hispanic Issues Online (2020)