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Communication Department
CINEMA, Center For Aesthetic Research On Audiovisual Media
Predoctoral researcher

Juan M. Pardo Garrido (Úbeda, 1995) holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Audiovisual Communication from the University of Granada, a Master’s Degree in Contemporary Film and Audiovisual Studies from the Pompeu Fabra University and a Master’s Degree in Teacher Training in Obligatory Secondary and Upper Secondary School Education, Vocational Training and Languages from the University of Jaén. Currently, he develops his Ph.D. thesis, focused on the relationship between the mythological and everyday life based on its aesthetic representation on televisual contemporary fiction (both European and American) and about the capacity for mythogenesis that the televisual media hold in and on itself at the Pompeu Fabra University.

Research lines:

-Theoretics and analysis of televisual fiction and its serial forms.
-Rapports between televisual and cinematographic fiction.
-Mythology and its figuration.
-Every day life and its aesthaetizacion.
-Comparative cinema.
-Literary and televisual serial narrative.