Investigadora Ramón y Cajal
Diana BERRUEZO-SÁNCHEZ is a Ramón y Cajal Research Fellow at the Universitat de Barcelona and a member of ADHUC—Centre de Recerca Teoria, Gènere i Sexualitat at the Universitat de Barcelona, as well as Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Oxford, where she held full-time research and teaching positions for six years (2017-2021). Her main research interests focus on the cultural legacy of the Afro-Iberian diaspora in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Spain. She has examined the cultural agency of Black women and men, and their collective and anonymous contributions to the literary texts of the period. Also, she has worked on the circulation of early modern literary texts between Italy and Spain, on which she has published extensively. She has obtained funding from the Leverhulme Trust, the John Fell Fund, the Balliol Interdisciplinary Institute and the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation to lead interdisciplinary research projects at the University of Oxford and the Universitat de Barcelona. She has been awarded grants and scholarships from the Ministry of Education, Community of Madrid, Ibercaja Foundation, Agustí Pedro i Pons Foundation. She has conducted research stays in Spain, Italy, the UK, and the US.
ADHUC—Universitat de Barcelona / Càtedra UNESCO Dones, desenvolupament i cultures: investigadora / researcher (13/09/2022 -)