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

Teresa Samper-Gras

Teresa Samper-Gras has a degree in Sociology and Political Science (Autonomous University of Barcelona), a postgraduate degree in scientific communication in Medicine (Pompeu Fabra University) and a doctorate in Philosophy of Science and Gender Studies (University of Valencia). She is finishing her doctoral thesis on feminist research in Spain and subversion. Her interest is focused on the studies of the relations between science and gender and on how to investigate from the new feminist materialisms and empiricisms.

She has worked in research and research management in different areas of public health. Currently, at the University of Valencia, she is a professor in the Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology and her research is associated with the Institut Universitari d ’Estudis de les Dones. She teaches in the master’s degree in Gender and Equality Policies and is a professor of the course Introduction to Gender Analysis in Research that has been taught in more than 15 Universities and Research Centers in Spain and Latin America.

She has participated in research in Health Promotion, HIV / AIDS and drug addiction, most recently in research on caring and masculinity, salary gap, joint custody, and is currently participating in a project on open science in oncology.

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