EIDOS: Cultural and communication studies

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Dr. Jordi Busquet Duran. Lead researcher of EIDOS network. Tenured professor at Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations

  • Sociology of communication
  • Cultural studies
  • Social conflict
  • Digital divide

Dr. Jaume Radigales Babí. Tenured Professor at Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations

  • Aesthetics and mass media
  • Music and audiovisual
  • Opera. Communication and society
  • Audiovisual narrative

Dr. Ferran Sáez-Mateu. Tenured professor at Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations

  • Philosophy and values
  • Collective memory
  • Public opinion
  • Relationship between democracy and communication

Dr. Alicia Alvárez Vaquero. Professor at Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations

  • Aesthetics and media
  • Musical journalism and new media
  • Rap and urban music

Dr. Sonia Ballano Macías. Professor at Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations

  • Sociology of communication
  • Media education
  • Information management
  • Digital divide

Dr. Xavier Casals Massagué. Tenured professor at Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations

  • The extreme right-wing
  • Populism
  • Political change in the 21st century
  • 20th century Spanish dictatorships

Dr. Antoni Castells-Talens. Professor at the Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations

  • Ethnic and minority cultures
  • Global communication
  • Communication and violence

Dr. Lluís Flaquer Vilardebò. Emeritus professor of sociology at the Autonomous University of Barcelona

  • Theory of sociology
  • Culture and society
  • Infancy and family
  • Public policy

Dr. Alfons Medina Cambrón. Tenured professor at Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations

  • Sociology of communication
  • Methodology
  • Media education
  • Digital divide

Dr. Miguel Franquet Dos Santos Silva. Professor of Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations

  • Ethics and photojournalism
  • History of contemporary thought

Dr. Anibal Salazar Anglada. Professor at Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations

  • Cultural relations between Spain and Latin America
  • Literary canon and power in Latin American literature
  • Latin America and the Spanish Civil War
  • Contemporary Latin American poetry

Xavi R. Sastre Freixa. Professor at Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations

  • Education and culture
  • Digital divide
  • Youth studies

Dr. Isabel Villanueva Benito. Professor at UIC Faculty of Communication (Barcelona)

  • Music and audiovisual
  • Opera and society
  • Audiovisual narrative

Dr. Elena Yeste. Professor at Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations

  • Collective memory
  • Political communication
  • History of journalism

Dr. Francesc Vilallonga Montañá. Doctor in Communication and Research Professor at the School of Communication and International Relations of the Ramon Llull University.

  • Film industry
  • Audiovisual sector
  • TV
  • Audiovisual Economy

Magdalena Sellés. He is a member of the Workers' Group of the Council of the Audiovisual Media of Catalonia. On the level of research topics he is collaborating with two teams: communication and memory and communication and gender building.

Jordi Jauset. Accented as a teacher and researcher for the Spanish quality university agencies (ANECA) and Catalan (AQU). He collaborates in postgraduate courses at different universities, in the specialties of Musicoterapia (UdG, ISEP), Neuromarketing (UAB), neuroeducation (Umanresa) and Neurorehabilitation (ISEP). In recent years he has published several works, as well as a diversity of articles related to his two main lines of research: television audiences and the "music-brain" interaction.