If you are going to work with me on your BA/TFG dissertation, please read the document “Working on a Dissertation (and Beyond)“. I have supervised so far the following dissertations:
Lisandra Muñoz Cabrera, “Lights and Shadows in Disney-Pixar’s Luca: From Normalizing Tender Masculinity and Intimacy between Young Boys to Perpetuating Heteronormativity in Children’s Cinema”.
Manar Kamouni Akachoui, “‘Ready to Wear the hijab’: The Coexistence of Muslim Identity and Western Culture in Randa Abdel-Fattah’s Does My Head Look Big In This?”
Maria Giol Muñoz, “Converging Love Dynamics: Nineteenth-Century Romance and New Millennial Discourse in Sally Rooney’s Normal People”.
Pol Vinyeta Muncunill. “Don’t Trust the Candy Man: A Reading of Willy Wonka’s Enjoyable Villainy in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Its Film Adaptations”.
Rocío Bueno Mora. “Class Tension and Conflict Resolution: The Impact of Social Class on Teen Friendships in Maggie Stiefvater’s The Raven Cycle”.
Andrea Delgado López. “Running Away from White America: Challenging Patriarchal Masculinities through Childish Gambino’s Music Video ‘This Is America'”.
Gala Moreno Camacho, “Between Superstition and Religion: The Double Victimization of Mother and Daughter in Kathleen Kent’s The Heretic’s Daughter”.
Àlex Dalmau Barreal, “To Speak or to Die: The Importance and Achievements of Luca Guadagnino’s Call Me by Your Name (2017)”.
Laura González Herrero, “A Tenacious Ragdoll among Monsters: Sally’s Identity in Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)”.
Sandra Alfaro López, “Living in a Mad Fat Body: The Negative Effects of Body Dissatisfaction and Mental Illness on the Female Protagonist in My Mad Fat Diary”.
Lidia Castillo Rebollo, “Changing Gender Representations in Cinema: Femininity and Masculinity in Disney’s Moana”.
Isabel García Serrano, “An Icarus/Daedalus Dynamic: The Construction of the Father and of Autobiographical Truth in Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home”.
Paula Aguilera Martínez, “Simon Spier’s Process to Sexual Identity Formation: Guilt in Becky Albertalli’s Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda”.
Alba Sierra Berdún, “Finding a Story in a Book without a Story: Constructing a Narrative in Shaun Tan’s Picturebook The Red Tree”.
Paola Nicolás Flores, “At Odds: Women’s Independence and Power in Margaret Oliphant’s Novel Hester (1883)”.
Agnès Gascón Quintana, “The Deconstruction of the Mountain Men’s Wilderness: Environmental Ethics in Abe Andrew’s Novel The Word for Woman is Wilderness (2018)”.
Clara López Barrabés, “Navigating Middle-Class Expectations: Social Class, Gender, and Lesbian Sexuality in Patricia Highsmith’s The Price of Salt”.
Marc Baltà, “‘Paradise Found, Paradise Lost’: The Abolition of Labels and Contemporary Love in André Aciman’s Call Me by Your Name”.
Andrea Atrio Albano, “Silenced Women: Gender Representation, and Narrative Techniques in Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us”.
Josué Martínez Rodríguez, “Playing with Choice: Agency, Plot and Character in Telltale’s The Walking Dead Video Game Series”.
Ana Sáez Garrido, “Discourses of Masculinity in Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games Trilogy: Defending the Alternative Man, Peeta Mellark”.
Pablo Sánchez López, “An (Un)feasible Gay Planet: The Vital Intercession of Women in the Continuity of Athos in Lois McMaster Bujold’s Ethan of Athos”.
Araceli Messegué. “‘That Alien. That Ugly. That Powerful’: An Analysis of the Oankali as the Monstrous Other in Octavia Butler’s Lilith’s Brood”.
Sandra Hernández. “Victimization and Guilt as Two Sides of the Same Coin: Andrew ‘Ender’ Wiggin’s Duality in Ender’s Game”.
Jana Baró, “‘Witch-oil’: Subversive Female Mentors in Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials“.
Teodora Toma, “Fluid Identities and Gendered Intimacies: the Indeterminate Narrator in Jeanette Winterson’s Written on the Body“.
Susana González, “A Flawed Father: Downplaying Fatherhood through the Character of James Potter in Harry Potter“.
Lara Blasco, “Beyond the Hero’s Journey: The Concept of Heroism Applied to the Harry Potter series”.
Marta Oreja, ““What will I do while I’m lasting?”: Joy’s traumatic experience as daughter, mistress and lover in Janice Galloway’s The Trick is to Keep Breathing“.
Elisabet Vioque, “‘Art Thou a Man?’ Representations of Romeo’s Masculinity in Romeo in Franco Zeffirelli’s Romeo and Juliet and Baz Luhrmann’s William Shakespeare’s Romeo + Juliet“.
Melissa Caro, “Holmes and Watson or Sherlock and John: A homoerotic reading of Conan Doyle’s Characters in BBC’s Sherlock“.
Diana Diaz, “The Consequences of Patriarchy in Roddy Doyle’s The Woman Who Walked into Doors“.
Ruben Campos, “Recycling High Culture in Science Fiction: Homer and Shakespeare in Dan Simmons’s Ilium and Olympos“.