MEDUSA
Genders in Transition: Masculinities, Affects, and Bodies

Sabrina Vaquerizo González

 

Biography:

Sabrina Vaquerizo (svaquerizo@uoc.edu) (ORCID: 0000-0003-4839-8516) studied Translation and Interpretation (English and Japanese) at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) and then she moved to Asian Studies at Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC). She also hold a master’s degree on Edition and a master’s degree on Chinese and Japanese studies. She began in 2017 in the Information and Knowledge Society part-time online program, but she has been recently admitted in the new Humanities and Communication PhD part-time online program at UOC. Her research interests are Japanese cinema, gender and media studies, visual culture, anthropology of the body, new materialism and posthumanism. She belong to the research group Medusa -Genders in Transition: Masculinities, Affects, and Bodies. Her PhD project defends an affirmative ethical posthuman positioning and aims to understand the negotiations of embedded significations in becoming in the territorial assemblage nation-gender-body during Japanese postbubble (1990-circa 2010) and her thesis supervisor is Dr. Begonya Enguix.

 

Publications:

  • Vaquerizo-González, Sabrina (2020). “Deterritorialising the Modern Girl in Netflix’s Cable Girls©: A Figuration both from and for Spanish Feminism”. In: Begonya Enguix Grau and Cristina Pereira Vieira (eds.), Sexualities, Gender and Violence: a View from the Iberian Peninsula. New York: Nova Science Publishers, pp. 45-64.
  • Vaquerizo-González, Sabrina (2017). “Análisis fílmico de Tag de Sion Sono: feminae in fabula”. In: Asiademica, 10, pp. 112-137. https://asiademica.com/n10/
  • Vaquerizo-González, Sabrina (2016). La mujer de la arena (1964) de Hiroshi Teshigahara y Kōbō Abe: los conflictos del individuo. In: FilmHistoria Online, 26 (2), pp. 15-30. http://revistes.ub.edu/index.php/filmhistoria/issue/view/1419/showToc

 

Dissemination:

Participation in congresses:

  • Vaquerizo-González, Sabrina (2020). “Godzilla: el monstre hibakusha com a figuració posthumanista”. In: I Congrés Català d’Antropologia (COCA), Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, 30th, 31st January and 1st February.
  • Vaquerizo-González, Sabrina (2019). “Análisis difractivo de Hula Girls: una visión desde el posthumanismo”. In: Xth International Symposium for Young Researchers in Translation, Interpreting, Intercultural Studies and East Asian Studies”, Barcelona, 21th June, 2019.
  • Vaquerizo-González, Sabrina (2018). “Deterritorializing and reterritorializing the ‘Modern Girl’ in Netflix’s Cable Girls”. In: International Conference Humanities in Transition, Barcelona, 23rd-26th October.
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