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Professor in Visual Language, Narrative and Culture.
PhD in Literature, Universidad de Navarra. BA in Hispanic Philology, Universidad de Navarra.
Begoña has been working at IE University since 2000 and is currently the Dean of IE School of Communication. Her research and teaching interests are centered on visual language and narrative, focusing on the aesthetic, cultural, anthropological and ethical dimensions of contemporary screen works.
Her current research is focused on images as a means to create thought in non-fiction films, art films and new audiovisual formats. She believes in the need to study the new ways in which audiovisual works reflect on complex, conflictive and marginal realities. She has published several books and articles and has directed interdisciplinary research projects and graduate dissertations papers. She has received fellowships for her doctoral studies and to study abroad: Columbia University, Fordham University.
Her expertise areas are visual languages and culture, contemporary cinema, non-fiction film, art film, new audiovisual creations, ethical and aesthetical implications of audiovisual representations of marginal realities and conflicts.
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