Enunciative Devices of the European Francophone Essay Film - MSCA-IF-2019
Lourdes Monterrubio Ibáñez
The researcher’s studies in Cinema Direction and her bachelor degree in French Studies have provided her with a multidisciplinary academic track that she has developed in her interdisciplinary research work in the fields of literature and cinema. Thus, after completing a master in comparative studies, she received a PhD at the Complutense University of Madrid (2015) with the doctoral thesis: The presence of epistolary material in French literature and cinema: typology, evolution and comparative study. This six-year-long ambitious and exhaustive research was carried out alongside an enriching university collaboration (as honorific collaborator) in the French Studies Department and also with a challenging film critic experience in the prestigious magazines Cahiers du cinéma España and Caimán Cuadernos de cine. Over these years, she also collaborated with the interdisciplinary research group La Europa de la escritura (The Europe of writing) of whom she is a full member since 2017. Furthermore, the researcher began her teaching activity with degree and master students at the same university, demonstrating her ability to combine research and teaching activities. During her five-year post-doctoral experience, the researcher has confirmed her high expertise, capacity and competence as an independent researcher in film studies. Her scientific publications –24 journal articles, 4 book chapters and 2 monograph volumes– and her 14 participations in international conferences and seminars guarantee the researcher’s capacity to reach a position of professional maturity and independence. She obtained Spanish accreditations as a lecturer –Ayudante Doctora in 2018 and Contratada Doctora in 2020. All these experiences have contributed to build up a significant research background that will become international thanks to the accomplishment of the EDEF project.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and Innovation programme under the Marie
Skłodowska‐Curie grant agreement No 896941
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