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Since 2000 she has been working at IE University where she is currently Dean of IE School of Communication and Director of Undergraduate Studies in Communication Her research and teaching interests are centered on communication studies, especially on film and audiovisual language and narrative, focusing on the aesthetic, cultural, anthropological and ethical dimensions of contemporary screen works. Her current research focuses on images as ways to construct thought in non fiction films, art films and new audiovisual proposals. She believes in the need of studying the new ways of audiovisual language that generate thoughts about the complexity of reality, about margins, analyzing its conflicts through images and sounds. She has published several books and articles and has directed some interdisciplinary research projects and some dissertations researches of Ph.D. students. She has received some fellowships for her doctoral studies and to study abroad: Columbia University (US), Fordham University (US).