Sabrina Vaquerizo González
I studied Translation and Interpretation (English and Japanese) at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) and then I moved to Asian Studies at the Open University of Catalonia (UOC). I also hold a master’s degree on Edition and a master’s degree on Chinese and Japanese studies. Now, I am in my second year of the in the Information and Knowledge PhD program at UOC. My research interests are Japanese cinema, gender and media studies, visual culture, anthropology of the body new materialism and posthumanism, and my thesis will propose a critical study of the meaning of body tropes in Japanese post-bubble cinema from 1990-2010 in relation to the Japanese nation. My thesis supervisor is Dr. Begonya Enguix.
Análisis fílmico de Tag de Sion Sono: feminae in fabula. In: 24th July, 2017, Asiademica, 10, pp. 112-137. <https://asiademica.com/n10/>
La mujer de la arena (1964) de Hiroshi Teshigahara y Kōbō Abe: los conflictos del individuo. In: 30th November, 2016. FilmHistoria Online, 26 (2), pp. 15-30.
“Deterritorializing and reterritorializing the ‘Modern Girl’ in Netflix’s Cable Girls”. In: International Conference Humanities in Transition, Barcelona, 23rd-26th October, 2018.