foto Silvia Guillamon Carrasco
SILVIA GUILLAMON CARRASCO
PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Responsables de Gestio Academica
Knowledge area: AUDIOVISUAL COMMUNICATION AND ADVERTISING
Department: Language Theory and Communication Sciences
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Biography

Silvia Guillamón Carrasco has a PhD in Audiovisual Communication (Extraordinary Award, 2014), a degree in Audiovisual Communication and Hispanic Philology and a Master's degree in Language Sciences and Human Relations. Full Professor of Audiovisual Communication at the University of Valencia. Currently she is the Director of the R&D+i project "Gender representations in 21st century Spanish cinema. Film imaginary and social discourses" (GV/2021/086), financed by the Conselleria d 'Innovation, Universities, Science and Digital Society. She has been a professor at the Universidad Internacional Valenciana and the Universidad de Buenos Aires (Argentina) and a guest researcher at UCSC (University of California, Santa Cruz), UMASS (University of Massachusetts, Amherst) and at the Università di Bologna (Italy). Her research is focused on the intersection between semiotics, feminism, gender theory and Spanish cinema.

Latest publications: (2020) “Haptic Visuality and Film Narration. Mapping New Women’s Cinema in Spain”, Communication & Society, Vol. 33(3); Guillamón Carrasco, S. y Belmonte Arocha, J. (2020) “Sexualidad, política del cuerpo y función socioeducativa del cine en Touch Me Not (Adina Pintilie, 2018)”, Fotocinema. Revista científica de cine y fotografía, Nº 21; Guillamón Carrasco, S. y Belmonte Arocha, J. (2020) “Figuraciones de lo siniestro en Parents (Bob Balaban, 1989)”, Tropelías. Revista de teoría de la literatura y literatura comparada, Nº 34; (2018) “El monstruo femenino. Lo siniestro y la construcción de lo materno en Furtivos, Fonseca. Journal of Communication, nº 17; (2017) “Gender Discourse & National Reconstruction. The Narrative of Historic Debt in Raza”, Communication & Society, 30 (2); (2017) “La representación de la femme fatale en el universo narrativo de Muerte de un ciclista (Juan Antonio Bardem, 1955)”, Área Abierta. Revista de comunicación audiovisual y publicitaria, Vol. 17 (3); (2016) “The Doll in the Imaginary of the Late Francoist Period: an Analisys of No es bueno que el hombre esté solo”, L’Atalante. Revista de estudios cinematográficos, nº 21.

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First semester
Monday de 12:00 a 14:00. DESPATX 12
Second semester
Wednesday de 10:00 a 12:00. DESPATX 12
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