Genders in Transition: Masculinities, Affects, Bodies, and Technoscience

Sabrina Vaquerizo González – ORCID: 0000-0003-4839-8516


I studied Translation and Interpretation (English and Japanese) at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) and then I moved to Asian Studies at Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC). I also hold a master’s degree on Edition and a master’s degree on Chinese and Japanese studies. I began in 2017 in the Information and Knowledge Society part-time online program, but I have been recently admitted in the new Humanities and Communication PhD part-time online program at UOC. My research interests are Japanese cinema, gender and media studies, visual culture, anthropology of the body, new materialism and posthumanism. I belong to the research group Medusa -Genders in Transition: Masculinities, Affects, Bodies and Technoscience. My 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 my thesis supervisor is Dr. Begonya Enguix.


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.

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.


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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