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Eva María Moreno Lago

University of Sevilla
Eva María Moreno Lago

PhD in Philological Studies (research line Women, Writing and Communication) from the University of Seville with Extraordinary Doctorate Award. Degree in Performing Arts from the Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático, obtaining the Extraordinary End of Degree Award by the Junta de Andalucía in 2012 and Official Master in Performing Arts. She began her academic career with a predoctoral FPU contract from the Ministry of Education (02/09/2014 - 02/09/2018). Since 2013 she is part of the Research Group Escritoras y Escrituras (HUM753), which in 2020 won the Sevilla Territorio de Igualdad award for its trajectory in gender studies in literature.

Within this group she develops her lines of research: the study of the performing arts with a gender perspective, literary and cultural history starring women from the early twentieth century in Spain, autobiographical literature of Spanish intellectual women, literature of exile; and, also, lesbian literature. At the same time, she has been developing other lines of research on Italian women writers and Italian-Spanish comparative literature studies. During her pre-doctoral period she has made two short stays financed by the Ministry of Education: one at the University of Bari, Italy, in a research group specialized in theatrical semiotics and the second at the University of Buenos Aires, in the Group of Studies of Argentine and Ibero-American Theater. She has completed more than twenty courses of the Institute of Education Sciences (ICE) on teaching innovation and research improvement.

In 2018 she obtained a postdoctoral bridging contract funded by the Plan Propio of the University of Seville (01/01/2019-31/12/2019), with a postdoctoral stay in the Italian department of the University of Szczecin (Poland) and another at the University of Salamanca, where she is currently pursuing studies of the degree in Italian Philology to complete her training as a philologist and as an Italianist. She has obtained from the University of Seville's own Plan a postdoctoral improvement contract (01/05/2020 - 31/10/2020) with which she made a postdoctoral stay at the University of Rome Tor Vergata. He has participated as a speaker in International Congresses in Spain, Portugal, Italy, Poland, Morocco, Buenos Aires and France with about fifty papers in seminars, conferences and congresses. She has been part of the organizing committee of eight International Congresses (seven at the University of Seville and one at the University of Salamanca). She has been a researcher in the working team of two R&D projects of the Ministry of Science and Technology. She has participated in two Erasmus+ K1 projects and currently in an Erasmus+ K2 project. Member of five doctoral thesis evaluation commissions in three Spanish universities: University of Oviedo, UNED of Madrid and University of Seville.

She has taught in various undergraduate and master's degree courses. Currently, she is a lecturer in the Department of Spanish and Latin American Literature at the University of Seville and, also, visiting professor of Spanish Literature at the Ateneum University of Gdansk (Poland), where she made a postdoctoral stay (January-March 2020).

She is the director of the collection Escritoras y Escrituras of Editorial Dyckinson. Member of 3 international scientific committees and evaluator of several scientific journals. She currently holds the position of president of the University Association Women's Studies (AUDEM) since October 4, 2018. She is co-director of the scientific journal: International Journal of Cultures and Literatures (US) together with Mercedes Arriaga.

In February 2021 she has won the first prize for Teaching Innovation and Best Practices María Moliner convened by the Chair Leonor de Guzman and the City Council of Córdoba with a work entitled "Rotas. Real stories about lives shattered by male violence in Spain. Didactic application".