Antonio Terrón Barroso
Predoctoral FPI Researcher
Antonio TERRÓN BARROSO is a junior research fellow at ADHUC - Research Centre Theory, Gender, Sexuality at the University of Barcelona. He has a postgraduate Certificate in Social Science Research from Aston University (UK), a master’s degree in Teaching from the King Juan Carlos University, a BA in Translation Studies (Spanish, English and French) from the University of Granada and a second BA in Communication from the Open University of Catalonia. As for his teaching experience, he has worked at several international institutions including the University of Birmingham (teaching fellow in Spanish), the Panthéon-Assas University (lecteur de langue espagnole), Aston University (teaching assistant in Spanish and Translation), Cardiff University (associate tutor in Spanish) and the University of Massachusetts Amherst (visiting teaching associate in Hispanic Studies). The doctoral thesis he is currently preparing under the supervision of Dr Elena Losada Soler and Dr María Xesús Lama López is part of the project Gender, violence and representation. Creative texts in the peninsular women’s press (1848-1918). His work addresses the verbal realisation of gender violence and its discursive normalisation through specific rhetorical figures.
ADHUC—Centre de Recerca Teoria, Gènere, Sexualitat / Càtedra UNESCO Dones, desenvolupament i cultures: investigador predoctoral / predoctoral researcher (01/09/2022 - )
01/09/2022 - FPI, Beca para la formación de investigadores, MINECO
A / To Universitat de Barcelona