Begoña González-Cuesta

Dean Communication and Media

Representation and Ethics
Final Project I
Final Project II
Final Project III
Visual Narratives
Visual Storytelling

Professional Experience
Professor of Visual Narratives, Storytelling, and Representation and Ethics. Dean of Communication and Media, IE School of Human Sciences and Technology, IE University. Ph.D. 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 Communication and Media. Her research and teaching interests are centered on visual narratives and representation and ethics, focusing on the aesthetic, cultural, anthropological and ethical dimensions of contemporary screen works, in the areas of contemporary cinema, non-fiction film, art film, advertising, and new audiovisual formats.
Her current research is focused on the ethical and aesthetic implications of audiovisual representations of marginal realities and conflicts. She has published several books and articles and has directed interdisciplinary research projects and graduate dissertation papers.
Some of the subjects taught by Prof. González-Cuesta are Visual Narratives, Representing Reality, Audiovisual Language, Storytelling, Texts and Images Analysis, Reading Film and Television, Written Communication, Film History, Constructing Narratives in Documentaries, and Re-creating
Reality in Contemporary Film. Prof. González-Cuesta has taught in the Doctoral Program “Culture and Communication for the Information Society.”