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maria pilar rodriguez


maria pilar rodriguez

Associate Professor
Ph.D. (Harvard University)
Curriculum Vitae - PDF

María Pilar Rodríguez obtained her Ph.D. degree in Romance Languages and Literatures at Harvard University (Cambridge, USA). Until 2002 she was a professor in the departments of Spanish, Comparative Literature and Women´s Studies at Columbia University (New York, USA), and presently she teaches at Deusto University in San Sebastian. She has published numerous articles on literature, film, culture and gender studies, and two books titled Vidas im/propias: transformaciones del sujeto femenino en la narrativa española contemporánea (Indiana, Purdue UP, 2000) y Mundos en conflicto: aproximaciones al cine vasco de los noventa (San Sebastián, Universidad de Deusto-Filmoteca Vasca, 2002). She is the winner of the National Essay Prize Carmen de Burgos 2003 with the work titled Una revisión de la modernidad desde la perspectiva de género: tres relatos de Carmen de Burgos and of the National Essay Prize Becerro de Bengoa 2005, with the work titled Extranjeras: migraciones, globalización, multiculturalismo. She leads the research group Communication at Deusto University and has co-authored the books Tratamiento de la violencia de género en la prensa vasca (San Sebastián, Universidad de Deusto, 2006) and Dirigir en femenino (Madrid, LID, 2009). She is the editor of the volumes Basque/European Perspectives on Cultural and Media Studies (Reno, University of Nevada UP, 2009) and Estudios culturales y de los medios de comunicación (Universidad de Deusto UP; 2010).

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