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Teresa López-Pellisa

Lecturer in the Master’s Degree programme in Comparative Literature at the Autonomous University of Barcelona

Her areas of research are science fiction and its relations with virtual reality, literature and cyberculture, theatre and new technologies, and gender studies. Notable among her published works are Patologías de la realidad virtual. Ciencia Ficción y Cibercultura (Pathologies of Virtual Reality: Science Fiction and Cyberculture – Fondo de Cultura Económica, 2015); the co-edited books Visiones de lo fantástico en la cultura española (1970-2012) (Visions of the Fantastic in Spanish Culture (1970-2012) – E.D.A. Libros, 2014) and Ensayos sobre ciencia ficción y literatura fantástica (Essays on Science Fiction and Fantastic Literature – Universidad Carlos III, 2009); and another work she edited, Las otras. Antología de mujeres artificiales (The Others: An Anthology of Artificial Women – Díaz Grey Editores, New York). She has also published numerous articles in specialist journals. She is a member of the Editorial Board of Pasavento. Revista de Estudios Hispánicos (which is concerned with fiction, theatre, poetry, film, comics and videogames in Spain and Latin America in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries), chief editor of Brumal. Revista de Investigación sobre lo Fantástico, and she is also a senior member of the creative writing project at the Universidad Desconocida in Brooklyn (USA).

Update: 17 January 2017


Has participated in

"eXistenZ" by David Cronenberg

Screening and visit to the exhibition “Gameplay”

Body, Desire and (Cyber)space

Lecture by Remedios Zafra