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Natalia Sobrevilla Perea - Staff

Last Updated:

24th July 2013

So we have Professor Nuria Triana Toribio, who is a specialist in film and film cultures in Spain and in Latin America. She has written one of the most definitive monographs on Spanish cinema, and she also studies the creation of films, the production of films, and the collaborations between Latin American and Spain, and she's currently undertaking further research on a new book on that issue precisely. She supervises PHD's on this area and is very interested in developing more on the culture of film festivals.

Then we have Antonio Lazaro-Reboll, and he's also a specialist in film. His specialist is in terror films from Spain from the 1950's onwards. He's also interested in comic books and in modern media culture. He has written on monstrosity, and he has very interesting supervisees. He's also supervised people working on subtitling.

Then we have Montserrat Roser i Puig. She's our Catalanist specialist. We also have Catalan in our section, and she is also a theatre specialist and she has supervised a whole range of PHD's in a whole number of issues. But she's very interested in popular culture and music and dance and food, so she's very integral in terms of the Spanish.

Then we have William Rowlandson, who is a specialist in Cuba and in Latin America as well as in literature. He is also a specialist in Borges, and he has a wide range of literary interests.

Then there is myself Natalia Sobrevilla Perea, and I'm a Latin America history specialist, and I write mainly on the creation of the state, on identity, and the connections between Spain and Latin America during the wars of independence. I'm also interested in state building and the creation of the states, and I've supervised PHD's that also range into much more contemporary issues that have to do the last 20 or 30 years of history in Latin America.

And we're currently recruiting a new member of staff that it will be a specialist in Brazilian and Portuguese studies.

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