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Begoña González-Cuesta

WHO

Begoña González-Cuesta

POSITION

Professor, Master in Corporate & Marketing Communication Full Time and Part Time, Master in Customer Experiencie & Innovation and Master in Visual & Digital Media

Dean of Communications & Media at HST and Director of Faculty & Student Experience at HST

AREA

Master in Corporate & Marketing Communication FT

Master in Corporate & Marketing Communication PT

Master in Customer Experience & Innovation

Master in Visual and Digital Media

Subjects
Representation and Ethics
Storytelling

Adjunct Professor of Storytelling, and Representation & Ethics. Dean of Communication and Media, Director of Faculty and Student Experience at IE School of Human Sciences and Technology, IE University. Ph.D. in Literature, University of Navarra. BA in Hispanic Philology, University of Navarra, Spain.

Begoña’s research and teaching interests are focused on audiovisual works, in the areas of contemporary art film, documentaries, TV series, and new audiovisual formats.

In her current research she studies the ethical and aesthetic implications of audiovisual representations of marginal realities and conflicts, analyzing how creative images critically question mainstream depictions of those realities.

She has published several books and articles and has directed interdisciplinary research projects and graduate dissertation papers.

Academic Experience
Dean of Communication and Media, IE School of Human Sciences and Technology, IE University. 2015 – Present.
Director of Faculty and Student Experience,IE School of Human Sciences and Technology, IE University. 2018 – Present.
Dean of IE School of Communication, IE University. 2010 – 2015.
Adjunct Professor of Storytelling and Representation & Ethics, IE University, 2008 – Present.
Adjunct Professor of Visual Narratives and Media Ethics, Universidad SEK, 2000 – 2008.
Adjunct Professor of Visual Narratives, Navarra University, 1988 – 1995.

Academic Background
Ph.D. in Literature, Navarra University, Spain, 1995.
Bachelor in Linguistics and Literature, Navarra University, Spain, 1988.