Lecturer at the English Studies Department of the University of Zaragoza, where I teach Film Analysis and English to undergraduate students. My primary areas of interest include film, television and cultural studies. More specifically, my current research focuses on independent cinema and romantic comedy.
Some of my recent publications are:
Global Genres, Local Films: The Transnational Dimension of Spanish Cinema. Elena Oliete-Aldea, Beatriz Oria, Juan Tarancón (eds). London, Oxford, New York: Bloomsbury. 2015.
“Love is a Man’s Thing: Hollywood and the Spanish Homme-com”. Journal of Popular Film and Television. 43.1 2015, 28-38.
“Isn’t it Bromantic?: New Directions in Contemporary Spanish Comedy”, in Global Genres, Local Films: The Transnational Dimension of Spanish Cinema. Elena Oliete-Aldea, Beatriz Oria, Juan Tarancón (eds). London, Oxford, New York: Bloomsbury. 2015. 173-186.
Talking Dirty on Sex and the City: Romance, Intimacy, Friendship. Lanham: Littlefield & Rowman. 2014. ISBN: 978-1-4422-3580-9
"What's Love Got to Do with It? Sex and the City's Comic Perspective on Sex." The Journal of Popular Culture. 47.2. 381-397. ISSN: 0022-3840.
“Star Wars for Women: Intermediality in the Sex and The City Franchise”. The Grove. Working Papers on English Studies. Vol. 19. 2012: 51-70. ISSN: 1137-00SX.
“Just Say Yes: the Romanticisation of Love in Sex And The City”. Journal of Popular Romance Studies. Issue 3.1. 2012. ISSN: 2159-4473.
“Living in Reality Means Living in Pain, Fear, or Brooklyn": The Representation of New York in Sex And The City”. Odisea: Revista de Estudios Ingleses. Vol. 12. 2011: 165-182. ISSN: 1578-3820. http://www.ual.es/odisea/Odisea12_Oria.pdf
“Television to the Rescue of Romantic Comedy: Sex and the City’s Revitalisation of the Genre at the Turn of the Millennium”. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences. Vol. 5, No. 11. 2011. Champaign, Illinois (EEUU): 127-138. ISSN: 1833-1882.
“A Tale of Two Cities: Los Angeles as “the Other” in Sex and the City. The International Journal of the Humanities. Vol. 9. Issue 3. 2011. Champaign, Illinois (EEUU): 277-283. ISSN: 1447-9508.