Universitat Rovira i Virgili

Gender Studies: Culture, Societies and Policies - Research lines

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This line is designed to perform research aimed at establishing continuity between the private life and academic life of students, and at teaching values ​​that allow them to establish equitable relationships between the sexes and with their social environment. It investigates the construction of new circuits that allow students to navigate between their own privacy and the acquisition of scientific and cultural knowledge. One of the key objectives is to highlight their knowledge of themselves and of the people around them in order to develop a universe of knowledge more closely tied to life experiences. 

Supervisors Research group
Pilar Carrasquer (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Teresa Torns (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Centre for Sociological Studies on Daily Life
Barbara Biglia (URV)(ELIMINAR)  Intercultural education
Isabel Carrillo Flores(UVic-UCC)(ELIMINAR) Educational research
Elisabeth Huntingford Antigas (URV)(ELIMINAR)   GRESEPIA
Montserrat Duch Plana (URV)(ELIMINAR) 
Inma Pastor Gosálbez (URV)(ELIMINAR) 
Individual incorporation

This line explores physical, personal and social identities. It deals with personal and family relationships, the relational and social inequalities that arise, and the policies and laws that seek to regulate them. 

Supervisors Research group
Encarna Bodelón González  (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Verena Stolcke (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Antígona. Rights and society from a gender perspective
Yolanda Tortajada (URV)(ELIMINAR)  Communication Asterisc
Elisabet Almeda Samarach (UB)(ELIMINAR) Copolis. Welfare, community and social control
Josepa Bru Bistuer (UdG)(ELIMINAR)
Teresa Cabruja (UdG)(ELIMINAR)
Discourse, gender, science and culture
Anna Ortiz Guitard (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Mireia Baylina (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Maria Dolors García Ramon (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Maria Prats Ferret (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Isabel Salamaña (UdG)(ELIMINAR)
Geography and gender
Gerard Coll-Planas  (UVic-UCC)(ELIMINAR) Gender Studies: translation, literature, history and communication
Dolors Comas d'Argemir (URV)(ELIMINAR)  Social anthropology group
Susana Tavera (UB)(ELIMINAR)
Rosa Tello (UB)(ELIMINAR)
Multiculturalism and gender
Meri Torras Frances  (UAB)(ELIMINAR) Social and Business Research
Eva Espasa(UVic-UCC)(ELIMINAR) Translation, audiovisuals, communication and territory
Aurora Leal García (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Montserrat Moreno (UB)(ELIMINAR)
Genoveva Sastre (UB)(ELIMINAR)
Elisabeth Russell Brown (URV)(ELIMINAR) 
Montserrat Duch Plana (URV)(ELIMINAR) 
Montserrat Palau Vergès (URV)(ELIMINAR) 
Individual incorporation

This line addresses female and male representations found in artistic media in our society: novels, theatre, film, television, press, etc. It also deals with the various ways in which these media are considered and accepted by the public from a gender perspective; sexist orientations that appear in the language, and discourses and literary characters that form an important basis of our culture. Finally, women's writing can capture the ways of looking at the outer and inner world, their own culture, their own experiences as women. 

Supervisors Research group
Yolanda Tortajada (URV)(ELIMINAR)  Communication Asterisc
Meri Torras Frances  (UAB)(ELIMINAR) Social and Business Research
Montserrat Palau Vergés  (URV)(ELIMINAR) 
Coral Cuadrada Majó (URV)(ELIMINAR) 
Elisabeth Russell Brown (URV)(ELIMINAR) 
Individual incorporation

The gender perspective has enriched the study of social movements, cultures and political institutions, in addition to the processes of social promotion involving women in contemporary society. It has thereby enhanced the critical capacity regarding the history of women and gender, which has played a pioneering role in the establishment of these studies in Spain.

Supervisors Research group
Encarna Bodelón (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Verena Stolcke (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Antígona. Rights and society from a gender perspective
Elisabet Almeda (UB)(ELIMINAR) Copolis. Welfare, community and social control
Gerard Coll-Planas (UVic-UCC)(ELIMINAR) Gender Studies: translation, literature, history and communication
Susana Tavera (UB)(ELIMINAR)
Rosa Tello (UB)(ELIMINAR)
Multiculturalism and gender
Cristina Borderías (UB)(ELIMINAR) Work, institutions and gender (TIG)
Montserrat Duch (URV)(ELIMINAR) 
Joana Zaragoza (URV)(ELIMINAR) 
Inma Pastor (URV)(ELIMINAR) 
Coral Cuadrada (URV)(ELIMINAR) 
Barbara Biglia (URV)(ELIMINAR) 
Individual incorporation

Because of its complexity, this line combines several approaches. A multidisciplinary perspective embraces the spheres of law, sociology, psychology, education and history. The line focuses on the treatment of physical, psychological, discursive and symbolic violence in the interpersonal, labour and institutional spheres. It also includes actions, movements and initiatives aimed at dispensing care to those affected after violence occurs, in addition to preventing and eradicating it. 

Supervisors Research group
Encarna Bodelón (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Verena Stolcke (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Antígona. Rights and society from a gender perspective
Teresa Cabruja (UdG)(ELIMINAR) Discourse, gender, science and culture
Barbara Biglia (URV)(ELIMINAR)  Intercultural education
Jenni Cubells (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Enrico Mora (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Estudis social de de gènere del poder i de la subjetivitat
Meri Torras (UAB)(ELIMINAR) Social and Business Research
Ángel Martínez Hernáez (URV)(ELIMINAR) -
Dolors Comas d'Argemir (URV)(ELIMINAR)  Individual Corporation

This line studies ideas about health, disease and dependency from different perspectives: historical studies and beliefs about the notions of disease and the medical professions, especially in relation to the female body; the physical and psychological ailments that appear today, including dependants and the resulting care needs; and the role of women in the institutions in these areas.

Supervisors Research group
Josepa Bru (UdG)(ELIMINAR)
Teresa Cabruja (UdG)(ELIMINAR)
Discourse, gender, science and culture
Gerard Coll-Planas(UVic-UCC)(ELIMINAR) Gender Studies: translation, literature, history and communication
Dolors Juvinyà (UdG)(ELIMINAR) Health and health care
Joana Zaragoza Gras (URV)(ELIMINAR) 
Coral Cuadrada Majó (URV)(ELIMINAR) 
Individual incorporation
Serena Brigidi(ELIMINAR)  Social anthropology group

This line organises research in the fields of territory and population from a critical and intersectional perspective. It deals with aspects of current importance such as mobility, multiculturalism, community, welfare, and the relationship between the global and the local.

Supervisors Research group
Elisabet Almeda Samarach  (UB)(ELIMINAR) Copolis. Welfare, community and social control
Anna Ortiz Guitard  (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Maria Dolors García Ramon  (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Maria Prats Ferret  (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Mireia Baylina Ferré  (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Isabel Salamaña Serra  (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Geography and gender
Dolors Comas d'Argemir  (URV)(ELIMINAR)  Social anthropology group
Susana Tavera (UB)(ELIMINAR) Multiculturalisme i gènere
Inma Pastor (URV)(ELIMINAR)  Individual incorporation

An interdisciplinary forum of historians, economists, specialists in business administration, sociologists, social and cultural anthropologists, educators, specialists in theory and history of communication, and experts in public law and historical and legal sciences. 

Supervisors Research group
Encarna Bodelón González (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Verena Stolke  (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Antígona. Rights and society from a gender perspective
Pilar Carrasquer (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Teresa Torns (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Centre for Sociological Studies on Daily Life
Elisabet Almeda (UB)(ELIMINAR)  Copolis. Welfare, community and social control
Inma Pastor (URV)(ELIMINAR)  Intercultural education
Mireia Baylina Ferré (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Maria Dolors García Ramon  (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Maria Prats (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Anna Ortiz Guitard  (UAB)(ELIMINAR)
Cristina Carrasco (UB)(ELIMINAR)
Geography and gender
Dolors Comas d'Argemir (URV)(ELIMINAR)  Social anthropology group
Rosa Tello Robira  (UB)(ELIMINAR)
Susana Tavera García (UB)(ELIMINAR)
Multiculturalism and gender
Cristina Borderías (UB)(ELIMINAR)  Work, institutions and gender (TIG)
Isabel Salamaña (UdG)(ELIMINAR) 
Coral Cuadrada Majó (URV)(ELIMINAR) 
Individual incorporation