Natalia Nuñez-Bargueño

First name: 
Natalia
Family name: 
Nuñez-Bargueño
Country: 
France
Institution: 
Sorbonne University
Department: 
UFR d'Études Ibériques et Latino-Américaines
Title: 
Doctor in Philosophy
Short description: 
I am a Spanish scholar (Hispanist) interested in culture and art from an aesthetic, social, anthropological, historical, political and psychological perspective. I am particularly interested in cities, and how these have been created, imagined, and lived. The title of my Phd. Dissertation was “Barcelona múltiple: transformaciones urbanas, ciudadanos, visitantes e inmigrantes. De ‘ciudad condal’ vencida a urbe postolímpica.” It was supervised by Daniela Flesler, and read by Lou-Charnon Deutsch, Kathleen Vernom, Adrian Melgosa and Teresa Vilarós-Soler. I defended it in Sept. 2007 at Stony Brook University (State University of New York). I currently live and teach in Paris.
Languages: 

Spanish: Mother tongue.

English: Bilingual.

French: Intermediate.

Catalan and Portuguese: good reading comprehension.

Teaching areas: 

Urban studies.

Peninsular (Spanish) Cultural studies.

Filmic studies.

Spanish language.

Academic Writing.

 

Research areas: 
Within the Iberian Peninsula, I study instances of tourism, inmigration, urban development, psycho-sociology of space, the advent of the modern city, cultural identity and stereotypes, the effects of globalization, regionalism and nationalism, geopolitics, biopolitics, the arrival of democracy, memory and the Spanish Civil War.

Fall 2006:      “Letropolis” at Stony Brook University: provided help running and

organizing the gradutate student conference.

 

Spring 2004: “Memoria, Lenguajes, Cuerpos/Memory, Languages, Bodies at Stony

Brook University: provided help running and organizing the conference

conceived by Professor Benigno Trigo.

 

Spring 2003:  “Europe and the Gypsies” at Stony Brook University: provided help

running and organizing the conference, conceived by professors Lou

Charnon-Deutsch and Kathleen Vernon, in collaboration with Ann E.

Kaplan.

 

10/2002:       SUNY at Stony Brook: “Issues of Voice and Discourse in Teaching

College Writing”, attended pedagogical training.

Conferences: 


 

03/2008 IGRS, in collaboration with the British Library, London: “Whose vanguardist city? The Barcelona model from the pheriphery.”

02/2008 Temple of Peace, Cardiff (Wales): “Fantastic realism: Guillermo del Toro’s cinematic challenge to the representation of the Spanish Civil War.”

 

04/2005: SUNY at Stony Brook Graduate Student Conference: “Espacios urbanos violentos: Barcelona durante la posguerra en Juan Marsé en Si te dicen que caí"

10/2004: Hofstra University (New York): “Latin American and North American Women Writers in the United States: A Dialogue" (Panel moderator)

 

 


04/2004: SUNY at Westbury: Commemoration of the centenary of Pablo Neruda’s birth: “Hay en mi corazón tanto luto y tanta muerte: The Poetics/Politics of Trauma in Neruda’s España en el corazón

Publications: 

03/2008 IGRS, in collaboration with the British Library, London: “Whose vanguardist city? The Barcelona model from the pheriphery.” Forthcoming commemorative volume.