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Supervisors of the PhD Program in Gender Studies: Culture, Society and Policy

Elisabet ALMEDA SAMARANCH 

 

  

She is a full professor of Sociology at the University of Barcelona (UB). Member of the Inter University Research Group COPOLIS "Welfare, Community and Social Control" and member of the CEFOCID- COPOLIS teaching innovation group. Her research and teaching has developed in three main areas: systems of criminal justice (social control, female criminality and women’s prisons), changes and family policies (family diversity, one-parent families and welfare policies and gender), and memory and identity (gender and sociology of memory). She has conducted several studies and published several books and scientific articles –with social diffusion too- on all these topics. She participates in several networks, committees and associations about her subjects of study, most notably the coordination of the International Research Network on Gender and Penal System (GEISPE Network 2008-), and the International Thematic Research Network on One Parent Families, (TIIFAMO Network 2008-2012, www.tiifamo.net).

Email adress: elisabet.almeda@ub.edu

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Mireia BAYLINA FERRÉ

 

Senior lecturer in Geography at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) and member of the Geography and Gender Research Group of the UAB. She has done research on social and economic issues from a gender perspective. Her interests of research and publications are related to women’s work and daily life in rural areas, gender and rurality, geographies of children and youth from a gender perspective and geographies of intersectionality.

Email adressmireia.baylina@uab.cat

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Núria BENACH ROVIRA

 

Email adress: nuriabenach@ub.edu.

Dept. of Human Geography, Faculty of Geography and History UB

 

Carme BERTRÁN NOGUER

 

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Nursing Department UdG, [Web]

 

Barbara BIGILIA

 

Email adress: barbara.biglia@urv.cat 

Pedagogy Department. Faculty of Education Sciences. URV

 

Encarna BODELÓN GONZÁLEZ

 

She is a professor of Philosophy of Law at the Faculty of Law of the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB), specialized in women's rights. Professor of Criminology at the UAB, specialized in feminist criminology and violence against women Doctor of Law (UAB). She has completed two postgraduate degrees in criminology and in gender studies. She is director of the Department of Political Science and Public Law at the UAB and director of the UAB research group, Antigona, Group on the Research of Rights and Society from a Gender Perspective. www.antigona.uab.cat. She co-directs and is the founder of the postgraduate courses: Gender and Equality (UAB). And the New Postgraduate in Sexist Violence (UAB). Member of the Interuniversity Institute of Women and Gender Studies of Catalonia and of the Board of Women Jurists. She has carried out research stays in Oxford, New York, Mexico City, San Juan de Puerto Rico and Amsterdam.

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Cristina BORDERÍAS MONDEJAR

 

Doctor in Modern and Contemporary History from the University of Barcelona (1984). She is a professor of contemporary history in the Department of History and Archeology at the University of Barcelona. She is a specialist in work history and gender, about which she has published widely in national and international magazines and collections. She is the director of the Consolidated Group of the Generalitat de Catalunya: Work, Institutions and Gender. Since 1996 and up to the present, he has been the IP of successive historical research projects of today MINECO. She is the representative of Spain on the Coordinating Committee of the European Labor History Network. Member of the Spanish Network of Work History REHT. Member of the editorial committees of the magazines Recerques, Ayer, Storia del lavoro. She was coordinator of the European project Gender and Well-being [COST-ACTION A-34] (2006-2009). She has been president of the Spanish Association for the History of Women, coordinator of the Master in Studies of women, gender and citizenship, member of the Commission of Scientific Policy of the University of Barcelona and of the Commission dona i ciència of the Generalitat de Catalunya.

Email adress: cborderiasm@ub.edu

 

Teresa CABRUJA UBACH

 

PhD in Philosophy and Letters from the UAB and with a thesis on post-structuralist feminism and postmodern criticism applied to the psychology and social construction of subjectivity. Degree in Social Psychology from the UAB. Film studies at CECC. Guest researcher of UNAM in Mexico, in a postdoctoral research stay in public convocation at cardiff University and in predoctoral training at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes in Social Sciences in Paris. Coordinator of the International Master's Degree in Gender Relations Cooperation in El Salvador. Senior lecturer in social psychology. She teaches psychology and gender studies at UdG and in different interuniversity master's degrees. In a institutional level, she has been Responsible for Equality Policy at the UdG. She is currently Deputy Director of the Interuniversity Institute of Women and Gender Studies and a member of the Interuniversity Doctoral Committee for Gender Studies.

Email adress: teresa.cabruja@udg.es 

 

Montserrat CARBONELL ESTELLER

 

Email adressmontsecarbonell@ub.edu.

Department of Economic History, Institutions, Politics and World Economy, Faculty of Economics and Business, UB http://www.ub.edu/histeco/cat/membre.php?page=carbonell.htm

 

Pilar CARRASQUER OTO 

 

Email adresspilar.carrasquer@uab.cat

Sociology Department. Àrea de Sociologia, Facultat de Ciències politiques i Sociologia, UAB

 

Isabel CARRILLO FLORES

 

 

PhD in Philosophy and Education Sciences and Postgraduate degree in Development Cooperation. Tenured lecturer in the area of Education Theory of the Department of Pedagogy of the Faculty of Education, Translation and Human Sciences of the UVic-UCC. She has directed the Department of Pedagogy, the UNESCO Women, Development and Cultures Chair and the Educational Cooperation Project with Central America. He is currently responsible for the Internship and Teaching Training Project in Colombia. She participates as a researcher in the Educational Research Group and the Education and Gender Training Group of the Centre for Innovation and Training in Education. The main lines of research are on democracy and inclusive citizenship, the right to education

Email adressisabel.carrillo@uvic.cat 

 

Gerard COLL-PLANAS

 

He holds a PhD in sociology from the Autonomous University of Barcelona and a tenured lecturer at the University of Vic-Central University of Catalonia, where he directs the Centre for Interdisciplinary Gender Studies. He has been the academic coordinator of the project 'Connected Equalities. Intersectionality in local public policies', co-financed by the European Commission, and co-IP of 'Multifaceted Views on Gender Violence. Proposals for prevention in secondary schools from a holistic and intersectional perspective' (Recercaixa). He has published the books Dibuixant el gènere (Edicions 96, 2013), La carne y la metáfora. Una reflexión sobre el cuerpo en la teoría queer (Egales, 2012) and La voluntad y el deseo. La construcción social del género y la sexualidad (Egales, 2010).With Miquel Missé has edited El género desordenado. Crítica en torno a la patologización de la transexualidad (Egales, 2010). 

Email adress: gerard.coll@uvic.cat

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Dolors COMAS D'ARGEMIR CENDRA 

 

Professor of social anthropology at the Rovira i Virgili University (Tarragona). PhD from the University of Barcelona (1978). Postdoctoral stays at the École des Hautes Éstudes en Sciencies Sociales, Paris (1984), and Goldsmiths College, London (1991). She has been principal investigator in several research projects, funded by public and private bodies. She has a long research career on gender women and social inequalities. In 1990 she published the book Women's lifes. Work, family and sociability among women of popular classes and we also highlight the book  Trabajo, género y cultura. The construction of unequal data between  hombres y mujeres, as well as numerous articles published in academic journals. Between 1995 and 2012 she participated in the political activity as a councillor of the City Council of Tarragona, Deputy of the Parliament of Catalonia and councillor of the Audiovisual Council of Catalonia. Since this double aspect, academic and political, she has been working on violence against women and the right to care and to be cared for, from the perspective of gender justice and social justice. He has supervised 16 doctoral theses. The most recent research focused on aging, men's involvement in care, and currently leads research on the impact of Covid-19 on the caregivers of the elderly and dependent.

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Coral CUADRADA MAJÓ

 

Email adress: coral.cuadrada@urv.cat 

Department of History and Art History. Letters faculty. URV

 

Jenny CUBELLS SERRA

 

 

PhD in Social Psychology by the UAB and Associate Professor in the Department of Social Psychology at the UAB. Head of the GIPIS Social Studies on Gender, Power and Subjectivity Research Group, which has merged with the SGR AFIN Research Group. She has conducted several researches on gender-based violence and the legal system, love and violence, and on the situation of women in prison. He is currently a member of the criminological research team led by Dr. Cid who develops projects on the abandonment of crime and the impact of the custodial sentence in the family, in both researches Dra. Cubells develops the study of the situation of women. He has published several articles in international impact journals.

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Màrius DOMÍNGUEZ AMORÓS

 

Professor of Sociology at the University of Barcelona (UB), coordinator of the Interuniversity Research Group COPOLIS "Welfare, Community and Social Control" and member of the teaching innovation group CEFOCID-COPOLIS. PhD in Sociology from the University of Barcelona; Degree in Sociology (UAB) and Psychology (UAB). He has worked in different universities as a researcher and assistant professor including the University of Barcelona, Pompeu Fabra University and the Autonomous University of Barcelona. His teaching and research career has been developed through an interdisciplinary approach: sociology, economics, and statistics; in four areas: social methodology, social inequalities, gender and times, works and social welfare. In these areas of research, he has participated in the last 10 years: 2 H2020 projects; 7 competitive projects of the National R&D Plan; 3 projects of a competitive nature of regional-local programmes; and 5 research and transfer contracts in collaboration with prominent public and private institutions in the field of social sciences. His research has been published in national and international publishers and in academic journals such as Papers; Revista Española de Sociología; Empiria; Psychoperspectives; International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health; Studies in Higher Education; Time & Society; and Feminist Economics. Director of 7 doctoral theses, completed or in progress. Participates in several networks, committees and associations on their study topics: ACS, FES and ISA; and most notably the international network INCASI, Transforming Care Network, Care and Gender (Clacso) and the national Gender, Citizenship and Policies.

 

Email adress: mariusdominguez@ub.edu.

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Montserrat DUCH PLANA

 

 

Email adress: montserrat.duch@urv.cat

Department of History and History of Art. Letters faculty. URV

 

Eva ESPASA BORRÀS

 

She holds a PhD in English Philology (University of Barcelona) and is a Senior Lecturer at the Deparment of Translation, Interpreting and Applied Languages at the University of Vic-Central University of Catalonia (UVic-UCC). Her research interests are gender studies, audiovisual translation and communication. She has published and lectured extensively on these topics. Espasa is coordinator of the research group TRACTE (Audiovisual Translation, Communication and Place, (SGR 2017 481 GRC), member of CEIG (Centre d’Estudis Interdisciplinaris de Gènere), both at UVic-UCC. She is member of the board of referees of Capsa de Pandora, a collection of books on gender studies of Eumo Editorial.

Email adress: eva.espasa@uvic.cat

 

Sandra EZQUERRA SEMPER

 

Bachelor Degrees in History and Social and Cultural Anthropology at Universitat de Barcelona and MA and PhD in Sociology at the University of Oregon, in the United States. She is currently the Director of the UNESCO Chair Women, Development and Cultures at Universitat de Vic-Universitat Central de Catalunya (UVic-UCC), coordinator of the research group Inclusive Societies, Policies, and Communities (SoPCI), and associate professor at the same university. Her research activity focuses on the impact of economic recessions on women, as well as on the Care Economy from a multidimensional perspective. Thus, she has analyzed the care crises, the role of both paid and unpaid care in the larger social and economic system and, among other issues, domestic workers’ and caregivers’ international mobilizations to fight for their social and labor rights. In the past years she has been a visiting researcher to further work on these issues at the University of California- Berkeley and at Cornell University, both in the United States. She has organized scientific activities of relevance such as the V Spanish Conference on Feminist Economics, which took place in Vic in July 2015.

Email adress: sandra.ezquerra@uvic.cat

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Maria Dolors GARCIA RAMON

 

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Geography Department. Letters faculty. UAB

 

Noelia IGAREDA GONZÁLEZ

 

PhD in Law from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB), Master in Gender Equality Policies. Agents of Equality (UAB), Bachelor of Law, specializing in economic law from the University of Deusto. She is currently a professor of Philosophy of Law at the UAB, is co-director of the Postgraduate Diploma "Geneo and Equality" and the Postgraduate Diploma "Male Violence" at the UAB and researcher of the Grupo Antígona. Her main lines of research are gender and law, motherhood, bioethics and feminism, feminist jurisprudence. She has coordinated and participated as a researcher in competitive research projects at a European, state, regional and local level.

Email adress: noelia.igareda@uab.cat

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Dolors JUVINYÀ CANAL

 

Email adressdolors.juvinya@udg.edu

Nursing department. Faculty of Nursing. UdG

Enrico MORA MALO

 

 

He holds a PhD in Sociology and a Master's in Psychoanalysis. Theoretical and Clinical Basis. Professor of the Department of Sociology at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB). His fields of research are Analysis of social and power inequalities according to sex, gender, sexuality and social class in the field of health and work (commercial and domestic), and their impact on the formation of corporations, subjectivities and emotions from a sociological, feminist and psychoanalytic approach. He is the coordinator of Lis - Social and gender studies on corporeality, subjectivity and avoidable suffering. Lis is recognized by the UAB as a Singular Research Group, and is part of the CORE in Mental Health of the UAB Sphere (CEI), the UAB Strategic Research Community. He has been Secretary of the Observatory for Equality at the UAB.

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Sara MORENO COLOM

 

Tenure-track lecturer in the Department of Sociology of the UAB and researcher in the Centre for Sociological Studies on Everyday Life and Work (QUIT-UAB) and the Institute for Labour Studies (IET-UAB). Her lines of research and transfer are framed within the sociological field of work, the sociology of time and the sociology of gender. Specifically, she specialises in the analysis of work, time and everyday life, with a focus on social inequalities, welfare and public policies. As a researcher she has been continually involved in competitive research projects and has directed and taken part in research and transfer agreements in collaboration with leading public and private institutions in the field of social sciences, such as the Institute of Statistics for Catalonia (IDESCAT), the Catalan Institute for Women, the Institute of Regional and Metropolitan Studies of Barcelona, the” La Caixa” Foundation and the Jaume Bofill Foundation, among others. She has several articles published and is a reviewer for specialised journals in her areas of knowledge, has been an evaluator for competitive projects, been a panel member for research prizes and is a member of the Sociology of Labour Research Committee of the Spanish Sociology Federation.

Email adress: sara.moreno@uab.cat

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Anna ORTIZ GUITART

 

PhD in Geography by the Autonomous University of Barcelona (2004) and full professor at the same university (since 2007). Currently, she is deputy director of the UAB Institute of Educational Sciences (ICE) and member of the board of the Catalan Geographical Society. His research is framed within social and cultural geographies and the geography of gender. His main lines of research are: 1) urban studies from a gender perspective, 2) the geographies of childhood and young people (daily and spatial practices), 3) the qualified migration of students, academics, entrepreneurs, among other groups, and 4) the professional career and equal opportunities of women and men in the academy. He works with qualitative methods and has a special interest in ethical practices in research and in the introduction of new qualitative techniques in geography to work with children and young people.

Email adress: anna.ortiz@uab.cat

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Montserrat PALAU VERGÉS

 

She has a PhD in Catalan Philology from the University of Barcelona and a lecturer in the Department of Catalan Philology at the Rovira i Virgili University and the Interuniversity Institute for Women and Gender Studies (IIEDG). She is a member of the consolidated research group GRILC (Research Group on Identities in Catalan Literature). Her research is made up of numerous studies, publications, teaching, participations in congresses, knowledge transfer, coordination of groups and projects and direction of research works and PhD works. The lines of research are contemporary Catalan literature and comparative literature, with special attention to the narrative and theatre and the works of the Catalan writers of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries; folklore and oral and popular literature and popular theatre; the studies of women, gender and feminisms, especially in culture, literature and communication; and the analysis of discourse and languages (oral, textual and audio-visual). She has also published works of fiction and collaborated in various media. 

Email adress: montserrat.palau@urv.cat

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Inmaculada PASTOR GOSÁLBEZ

 

PhD in Sociology at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (2005) is a member of the consolidated Social & Business Research Laboratory of the Rovira i Virgili University. In 2006 she received the Prize of the Economic and Social Council of Spain for doctoral thesis with the thesis ¿Private management in Public Administration? The case of hospital health services in Catalonia". She is currently the director of the Equality Observatory of the URV. She has led and participated in several research projects, both national and European; among others, she has led two projects of the National R & D Plan and two other projects of the Erasmus + program, all of them on gender and equality policies. She has also led a Jean Monnet module on European Integration and Gender and has just completed the G-NET Equality Training Network project within the Jean Monnet Networks program. She has also been a researcher at the Network of Excellence on Gender, Citizenship and Policies (GENCPOLIS) of the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness between 2015 and 2017. She has published more than 40 articles and more than 60 book chapters or books. She has directed five doctoral theses and, at the moment is directing five others. The main lines of research are Gender and Science; Equality Policies; Labor Market and Gender; European Integration and Gender.

Email adressinma.pastor@urv.cat

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Maria PRATS FERRET

 

Senior Lecturer in Geography at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB). At UAB I have coordinated the Geography Degree and the Minor on Gender studies and I am currently the Director of the Observatory for Equality. I am a member of the research group on Geography and gender at the Department of Geography. My research interests are geography and gender, time use, public spaces and geographies of children and young people. I am also interested on African studies and research methodologies.

Email adress: Maria.Prats@uab.cat 

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ORCID: 0000-0002-3224-2210

 

Isabel SALAMAÑA SERRA

 

She is a geographer specialized in rural, gender, territorial planning studies and  public spaces, topics on which she has researched. She is a professor in the Department of Geography (UdG) from where she teaches in the Degree of Geography and master's degrees: Master in Women's Studies, Gender and Citizenship; in the Master's Degree in Environmental Change: Analysis and Management, (UdG). She is a member of the Institute of Environment (UdG), the Chair of Geography and Territorial Thinking (UdG), the Interuniversity Institute for Women's Studies and Gender (iiEDG) and the Geography and Gender research groups of the UAB and the Territorial and Ambient Analysis and Planning of the UdG. Responsible for Gender and Diversity of the Faculty of Letters of the University of Girona,.

Email adress: isabel.salamana@udg.edu

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Meri TORRAS FRANCÉS