1 CURRICULUM VITAE Dr. Emiliano Treré Associate Professor, Department of Communication and Journalism, Faculty of Political and Social Sciences, Autonomous University of Querétaro, Mexico. Contact Information: Address UAQ, Cerro de las Campanas, Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico; - Facebook: emiliano.trere; Skype: emiliano.trere Education 31 November 2011 present: Associate Professor at the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences, Department of Communication and Journalism, Autonomous University of Querétaro, Mexico. 13 June November 2011: Visiting Professor and Researcher at the Department of Communication and Journalism, Faculty of Political and Social Sciences, Autonomous University of Querétaro, Mexico. April - July 2010: Visiting Scholar at the Department of Sociology 1 of the Complutense University, Madrid with grant from Udine University under the supervision of Professor Amparo Lasén. September - December 2009: Visiting Scholar at the Department of Communication of Erfurt University, Germany with grant from Udine University for Erasmus Mobility under the supervision of Prof. Joachim Hoeflich. January April 2011: PhD Candidate in the PhD Programme in Multimedia Communication, University of Udine, Italy. On 20 April 2011 I successfully defended the dissertation in English: Social Movements and Alternative Media. The Anomalous Wave Movement and the Ambivalences of the Online Protest Ecology for the title of Doctor in Multimedia Communication. Supervisor: Prof. Leopoldina Fortunati. The thesis was awarded a mention of excellence by the commission. September - December 2003: Visiting Scholar at Dartmouth College, US (joint appointment at the Department of Sociology and the Department of Computer Science) with grant from University of Bologna for thesis abroad under the supervision of Prof. Denise Anthony (Sociology) and Prof.
2 David Kotz (Computer Science). I carried out the fieldwork for my MA thesis titled Wireless Communication: The experience of Dartmouth College which included more than 250 questionnaires, extended periods of offline and online ethnography and 20 in-depth interviews University of Bologna, Italy, Degree (BA and MA) in Communication Sciences. On 15 July 2004 I successfully defended the dissertation Wireless Communication: The experience of Dartmouth College. Bologna University supervisors: Prof. Giulio Blasi, Prof. Giovanna Cosenza. Dartmouth College supervisors: Prof. Denise Anthony, Prof. David Kotz. The thesis obtained mention of excellence (cum laude). Research Interests Digital media; alternative media; social movements; media activism; Web TVs; digital methods; critical perspectives on Web 2.0 and Web 3.0; practice approaches; information ecology perspectives; sociology of disasters; citizen journalism; international perspectives on mediation, mediatization and social change. Work and Research Experience August 2013: invited Professor at the PhD Program in Communication, Universidad del Norte, Barranquilla, Colombia. Doctoral Course: Practices, mediations and platforms: Web 2.0, social media and activism from a critical perspective. June 2011 May 2014: Coordinator of the Project Exploring media practices of Mexican social movements With funding from the Mexican Federal Government trough the PROMEP Programme and from the Autonomous University of Querétaro FOFIUAQ Fund. Coordination of 3 research assistants : Co-coordinator of the Analysis of the L Aquila media ecosystem Project under the supervision of Prof. Leopoldina Fortunati. The project involved: 50 semi-structured interviews, online and offline ethnography during 4 months, literature review on activism and natural disasters. October November 2010: Local press in Pordenone Project Coordinator under the supervision of Prof. Tellia, University of Udine. Selection, training and coordination of a team (3 persons) for the realization of 700 questionnaires and 15 in-depth interviews about local press perception in the Italian province of Pordenone.
3 2 July 26 July 2007 ECO Language School, Manresa, Catalonia Professor of Italian language intensive course May August 2007 BAGES COUNCIL, Manresa, Catalonia, Spain BABALUC Web Project Coordinator (responsible for restructuring of the Web site, Web usability analysis, Web content manager), photographer for the Babaluc tourist Web portal, translator (English-Spanish/Spanish- English; English-Catalan; Catalan-English) for Web sites related to tourism of the Manresa region, providing information on European projects for mobility abroad. With Leonardo Grant from 'GAL Romagna' Company September 2005 May 2007 IEPALA (Institute Of Political Studies For South America And Africa) Madrid, Spain Web Portal project coordinator and content manager of the Communication Section ; translator leader and team coordinator (5 people) for cooperation/communication manuals (Spanish-Italian; Spanish-English), With Leonardo grant from University of Bologna for the first 5 months and then hired by the institute. July 2004 July 2005 Journalist and Photographer at Il Corriere di Ravenna newspaper (covering social and music events around the city of Ravenna and the Emilia-Romagna region) and at Coolissimo free press magazine (movie reviews). Publications Journal Articles Accepted and Forthcoming Farinosi M., Treré E. (forthcoming April 2014) Challenging mainstream media, documenting real life and sharing with the community: an analysis of the motivations for producing citizen journalism in a post-disaster city. Global Media and Communication, 10(1). TRERÉ, Emiliano and BARRANQUERO, Alejandro (forthcoming 2013): De mitos y sublimes digitales: movimientos sociales y tecnologías de la comunicación desde una perspectiva histórica, en Revista de Estudios para el Desarrollo Social de la Comunicación (Redes.com), Nº 8, 2013, Universidad de Sevilla. Págs.: TBA. ISSN: e-issn: (Trad. On myths and digital sublimes: social movements and communication technologies from a historical perspective).
4 Treré, E. (forthcoming 2013). #YoSoy132: la experiencia de los nuevos movimientos sociales en México y el papel de las redes sociales desde una perspectiva crítica. Educación Social. Revista de Intervención Socioeducativa, número 55. (Trad. #YoSoy132: The experience of the new social movements in Mexico and the role of social media from a critical perspective). Already published Treré, E. (2012). Social Movements as Information Ecologies: Exploring the Coevolution of Multiple Internet Technologies for Activism. International Journal of Communication, 6, Available: Barassi, V. and Treré, E. (2012). Does Web 3.0 come after Web 2.0? Deconstructing theoretical assumptions through practice, New Media & Society, 14(8): Treré, E. & Bazzarin, V. (2011): Exploring Italian Micro Web TVs: how high-tech bricoleurs redefine audiences?, ESSACHESS Journal for Communication Studies, volume 4, n 1(7). Available online: Farinosi, M., & Treré, E. (2010) Inside the "People of the Wheelbarrows": participation between online and offline dimension in the post-quake social movement. The Journal of Community Informatics, 6:3. Book Chapters Accepted and Forthcoming Treré, E. (forthcoming May 2014) Resistencia en México en los tiempos del Capitalismo Gore: La comunicación total para rebelarse frente a la cultura de la muerte (trad. Resistance in Mexico in times of Gore Capitalism: total communication to rebel against the culture of death ). In Gumucio Dagron, A., Cadavid, A. (Eds.) book title and publisher to be defined. Farinosi M., Treré E. (forthcoming December 2013) Social Movements, Social Media and Post- Disaster Resilience: Towards an Integrated System of Local Protest. In Denison T., Sarrica M., Stillman L. (eds) Theories and practice for Community and Social Informatics. Victoria, Australia: Monash University Publishing.
5 Treré, E. (forthcoming December 2013) Más allá de la concepción instrumental de la comunicación en los movimientos sociales: los medios como prácticas en el ecosistema comunicativo (trad. Beyond the instrumental conception of communication in social movements: media as practice within the communicative ecosystem) in Carmen Muriel Amezcua, V. (ed.) Comunicación, cultura y sociedad, UAQ editorial, Querétaro, México. Treré, E. (forthcoming December 2013) Cibernomadismo y activismo Líquido: Prácticas de resistencia de una ecología alternativa (trad. Cybernomadism and liquid activism. Resistance practices in an alternative ecology ). In Espino Sanchez, G. (ed.) La insatisfacción con la democracia. Política convencional, movimientos sociales y tecnologías digitales. Fontamara, Mexico City, pp Already Published Farinosi M., Treré E. (2013) Citizen Journalism After A Natural Catastrophe: The Emergence Of An Alternative Public Sphere. In S. Tosoni, M. Tarantino, C. Giaccardi (Eds.) Media & The City: Urbanism, Technology and Communication. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp Farinosi M., Treré E. (2013) Attivismo sismico: partecipazione dal basso in un contesto di emergenza (trad. Seismic Activism: grassroots participation in an emergency context ) In Farinosi M., Micalizzi A. (eds) NetQuake: Media Digitali e Disastri Naturali. Dieci ricerche empiriche sul ruolo della Rete nel terremoto dell Aquila. FrancoAngeli, Milano, pp [ISBN ] Treré, E. y Farinosi, M. (2012), (H)earthquake TV: People rebuilding life after the emergency, in Abruzzese, A., Barile, N., Gebhardt J. & Fortunati, L. (eds). The New Television Ecosystem, Berlin: Peter Lang. Treré, E.; Bazzarin, V. (2012). Anatomy of the Italian Web TV ecosystem. Current issues and future challenges. In Denicoli, S. and Sousa, H. (Eds.), Digital Communication Polices in the Information Society Promotion Stage, CECS, Braga. PP ISBN:
6 Treré, E. (2012) A manera de presentación. Un fantasma indignado recorre el mundo (trad. By way of introduction. A angry ghost travels the world ). In Espino Sánchez, G. Cyberrevolución en la política? Mitos y verdades sobre la ciberpolitica 2.0 en México. México, D.F.: editorial Fontamara, pp Treré, E., Sapio, B. (2009) DTV in Italy, in Van der Broeck, W. & Pierson, J. Digital Television in Europe. Brussels: VUBpress, pp ISBN Treré, E. (2008) Problematiche e prospettive delle web tv universitarie, in Caprettini G.P., Denicolai, L. (a cura di) Extracampus. La televisione universitaria. Case-history di un esperienza vincente, Cartman editore. ISBN: Selection of Peer-reviewed Conference Proceedings Treré, E. (2013). Redes sociales y movimientos sociales: entre antiguas lógicas de difusión y nuevas dinámicas participativas. Reflexiones a partir de un análisis cuali-cuantitivo de la página Facebook del Movimiento por la Paz con Justicia y Dignidad. In Proceedings of the XXV Encuentro Nacional AMIC 2013 Democracia, Comunicación y Movimientos Sociales, june, Facultad de Ciencias Políticas y Sociales de la Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México, Toluca, México. ISBN: TBA. Trere', E. (2012). Ciber-resistencia para rebelarse a la muerte: el colectivo Barrio Nómada. In: Memoria en extenso del 5o Congreso Internacional de Sociología. Espacios contestatarios. p. 1-21, ENSENADA: UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE BAJA CALIFORNIA, ISBN: Espino Sanchez, G. & Treré, E. (2012). Política convencional y movimientos sociales, dos caras de una moneda llamada Ciberpolítica 2.0. In: Memoria en extenso del 5o Congreso Internacional de Sociología. Espacios contestatarios. p. 1-20, ENSENADA: UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE BAJA CALIFORNIA, ISBN: Treré, E. (2012) Nuevos movimientos sociales, activismo digital y nuevas tecnologías de la comunicación, in Herrera Aguilar, M. (ed.) Memorias de las cuartas jornadas: la comunicación como objeto de estudio, UAQ editorial. ISBN
7 Treré, E. (2011) Studying media practices in social movements, en Conference Proceedings CIRN Community Informatics Conference 9-11 November 2011, Monash Centre Prato, Italy, ISBN , format CD-ROM Farinosi, M. & Treré, E. (2011) Between the Square and the Net: Civic Engagement and Participation in a Post-Earthquake Movement, SSRN (Social Science Research Network). Available online: Farinosi, M. & Treré, E. (2010) The alternative Quake: discrepancies beween mainstream and user generated information in the L Aquila case, Vision and Reality in Community Informatics. CIRN-DIAC Conference Proceedings: Prato, Italy October L. Stillman and R. Gomez (Eds) CCNR Monash University, Information School, University of Washington ISBN: Farinosi, M., Treré, E. (2010) Inside the People of the Wheelbarrows : participation between online and offline dimension in the post-quake social movement, Vision and Reality in Community Informatics. CIRN-DIAC Conference Proceedings: Prato, Italy October L. Stillman & R. Gomez (Eds) CCNR Monash University, Information School, University of Washington ISBN: Treré, E. (2010) The No Gelmini student movement and the use of ICTs, Prato Community CIRN Conference 2009: Empowering communities: learning from community informatics practice ISBN: Format: CD-ROM Editors: Larry Stillman, Graeme Johanson, Tom Denison Published by: Centre for Community Networking Research, Monash University, 2010 Treré, E. (2008) The GLOOBAL Internet portal experience, 5th Prato Community Informatics & Development Informatics Conference 2008: ICTs for Social Inclusion: What is the Reality? Conference CD, 27 October-30 October, Monash Centre, Prato Italy, Centre for Community Networking Research, Caulfield School of Information Technology, Faculty of Information Technology, Monash University, Caulfield East Australia December Editors: Larry Stillman, Graeme Johanson, ISBN Treré, E. (2008). Privacy and Facebook. Reflections on past, present and future research. In: proceedings of the conference Mobile Communication and the Ethics of Social Networking. Budapest, September 2008, Budapest: Kristof Nyiri (editor), p
8 Treré, E., Fortunati, L. (2008) Net TV. Exploring the Italian University Experiences, proceedings of the workshop Digital Television Revisited. Linking Users, Markets and Policies, edited by Agnes Urban, Bartolomeo Sapio and Tomaz Turk. Budapest: COST Action 298, pp Book reviews Treré, E. (forthcoming in the winter issue volume 3(3) of Transfers, Interdisciplinary Journal of Mobility Studies) The digital face of contemporary China. ISSN: (Print) ISSN: (Online) Treré, E. (2011) Review of the book Caruso, L. et al. (eds) Alla ricerca dell onda. I nuovi conflitti nell istruzione superiore, Milano: Franco Angeli. Journal Partecipazione e Conflitto, edited by Franco Angeli, ISSN Available online: Selected Presentations Keynote and Invited 6 September 2013: invited conference, Uniminuto University, Bogotá, Colombia. Title: Medios Digitales y Movimientos Sociales: Un Decálogo Crítico de Lecciones Aprendidas para Sugerir Futuras Rutas de Investigación a Través de la Mediación y las Prácticas Comunicativas (trad. Digital Media and Social Movements: A Critical Decalogue of Learned Lesson in order to Suggest Future Direction of Inquiry Through Mediation and Communicative Practices ). Seventh International Week of Communication, dedicated to the work of Jesús Martin-Barbero, Uniminuto University, Bogotá, Colombia 3 September 2013: invited conference, Uniminuto University, Zipaquirá, Colombia. Title: Alcances y Retos de las Redes Sociales para el Activismo (trad. Achievements and challenges of social media for activism). 24 May 2013 invited postgraduate conference Digital Methods at Master in Communications and Politics, UAM, Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City. 20 July hours invited seminar at PhD in Multimedia Communication, University of Udine. Title: Social movements and Digital Media: a practice approach.
9 23 September Keynote Speech De Arpanet a Facebook, las transformaciones de la red y del activismo digital inside the Conference Cuartas Jornadas: La comunicación como objeto de estudio. Teorías y prácticas en Ciencias Sociales, Faculty of Political and Social Sciences, Autonomous University of Querétaro 16 June 2010 Invited Speech by the CIBERSOMOSAGUAS Research Group & by the TRANSOC Institute of Complutense University of Madrid, Spain. Presentation: Movimientos sociales y medios alternativos en la Red: Onda Anomala, Autistici/Inventati y Popolo delle carriole 4 April 2011: University Carlos III, Madrid, Spain. Invited speech inside the Comunicación Ciudadana y Participación en Internet Course of Professor Raúl Magallón Rosa. Presentation: Nuevas tendencias en el ciberactivismo. 29 March 2011: Rey Juan Carlos University, Madrid, Spain. Invited speech inside the Periodismo Multimedia Course of Professor José Maria Garcia de Madariaga Miranda. Presentation: La Web 3.0 sigue a la Web 2.0? Descontruyendo asunciones teóricas a través de la práctica. 26 November 2010 UOC University, Barcelona, Spain. Invited lecture inside the Digital Culture and Creative Practices seminar organized by Mediations Research Group (part of the Internet Interdisciplinary Institute). Presentation: Does Web 3.0 come after Web 2.0? Deconstructing Theoretical Assumptions through Practice. Other presentations 5-6 September 2013: Conference - VI Jornadas: La comunicación como objeto de studio Sociedad y Cultura Contemporáneas, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro. Chair of the section Social Movements: Citizens Participation and mobilization in and out of the internet. Presenter within the same section of the following article: Web 1.0, 2.0 and some critical perspectives June 2013: IAMCR Conference Crises, Creative Destruction and the Global Power and Communication Orders, Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland. Papers presented at the Community Communication Section: - Deconstructing techno-imaginaries in social activism: the case of the Spanish Indignados with with Alejandro Barranquero from Carlos III University (Madrid, Spain); - The importance of hidden media practices for activism: evidence from Mexican social movements
10 - Chair of the Session Waves of Change: Enabling Community Media in Latin America. At the Political Economy of Communication Section: - #Yosoy132 and the struggle for media democratization with Rodrigo Gómez, Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City June 2013: OURMEDIA Conference, Dublin, Ireland. Paper presented: Techno-myths in new social activism. Case study: 15M / Indignados movement in Spain with Alejandro Barranquero from Carlos III University (Madrid, Spain); Looking beyond social media centrism in researching activism: Mexican struggles against neoliberal capitalism 21 June 2013: #Yosoy132 and the struggle for media democratization, paper presented at Conference The Challenges of the Academia facing communication policies and emerging technopolitical practices. An analysis from Latin America and the Iberian peninsula, City University London, UK June 2013: XXV Encuentro Nacional AMIC 2013 Democracia, Comunicación y Movimientos Sociales, Facultad de Ciencias Políticas y Sociales de la Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México, Toluca, México. Paper Presented: Redes sociales y movimientos sociales: entre antiguas lógicas de difusión y nuevas dinámicas participativas. Reflexiones a partir de un análisis cualicuantitivo de la página Facebook del Movimiento por la Paz con Justicia y Dignidad. (trad. Social Media and social movements: between old logics of diffusion and new participatory dynamics. Reflections from a quali-quantitative analysis of the Facebook page of the Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity October 2012: ECREA 2012, Fourth European Communication Conference, Istanbul (Turkey) Barrio Nómada from Ciudad Juárez: Rebellion against death through "total communication September 2012: 5 th International Congress of Sociology, Contested Spaces. University of Baja California, Mexico. Two presentations: Ciber-resistencia para rebelarse a la muerte: el colectivo Barrio Nómada and, together with Dr. Esp no Sanchez Política convencional y movimientos sociales, dos caras de una moneda llamada Ciberpolítica May 2012: ALAIC (Latin American Association for Communication Studies) Conference 2012, Montevideo University of the Republic (Uruguay), presentation: Barrio Nómada, prácticas de resistencia en una ecología alternativa. Chair of the alternative media session inside the Communication for social change Working Group coordinated by Alfonso Gumucio Dagrón.
11 2 March 2012: Faculty of Political & Social Sciences, University of Querétaro, Conference La formación en Ciencias Sociales: diagnósticos, perspectivas y retos, presentation: Los Media Studies 2.0 y la necesidad de reformar el campo de estudio de los medios en México. 4 February 2012: Catholic University of Milan, Italy. International Seminar Media & The City organized by ECREA. Presentation: New Media and the City in an out of ordinary context: exploring the motivations behind the citizen journalism production after a natural disaster. 11 November 2011: Monash University Centre, Prato, Italy. Conference Prato CIRN Community Informatics 2011, presentation: Studying media practices in social movements. 22 September 2011: Oxford Internet Institute (UK), A decade in Internet time Symposium, presentation Between the square and the net July, 2011: Kadir Has University, Istanbul, Turkey, International Association of Media and Communication Research (IAMCR). 3 Presentations: "The Online Protest Ecology: Exploring the Tensions among Multiple Internet Technologies for Activism", "Rebuilding Community: Participation and Engagement in a Post-Quake Networked Movement" & "Web 2.0 and 3.0 in Practice: Criticai Reflections on the Political Economy of the Internet." October, 2010 Prato, Italy. International Conference CERN Vision and reality in Community Informatics coordinated by the Centre for Community Networking Research (Monash University, Australia), Information School (University of Washington, US) & the Public Sphere Project (Evergreen State College, US). Papers presented: The Alternative Quake: discrepancies between mainstream and user-generated information in the L'Aquila case and Inside the People of the Wheelbarrows: participation between online and offline dimension in the post-quake social movement co-authored with Dr. Manuela Farinosi, University of Udine. Co-chair of the 2009 Aquila Earthquake and Social ICTs section 8 October, 2010 Milan, Italy. 3rd ESA Sociology of Culture RN mid-term Conference, Bocconi University. Paper presented Post-quake participation: the l'aquila case 18 July, 2010 Braga, Portugal. International Association of Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) Mediated Communication & Public Opinion section, conference paper Social movements, alternative media and the counter-public sphere. Chair & Discussant of Session 2: Media, Public Opinion and Citizenship
12 16 June, 2010 Madrid, Spain. Invited lecture co-organized by the CIBERSOMOSAGUAS research group and by the TRANSOC Institute (Complutense University, Madrid). Paper presented Movimientos sociales y medios alternativos en la Red: Onda Anomala, Autistici/Inventati y Popolo delle carriole 20 November, 2009 Berlin, Germany. Digital Media Technologies Revisited: Theorising social relations, interactions and communication conference co-organised by the ECREA Digital Culture & Communication (DCC) section, the DGPuK Computer-Mediated Communication (CMC) section and the DGPuK Media Sociology (MS) section with support from the Centre for Material Digital Culture (DMDC), University of Sussex, UK and the COST 298: Participation in the Broadband Society network, University of the Arts, Berlin. Paper presented inside the COST 298 panel: Social movements & ICTs: some reflections on methodologies and approaches 28 September 2 October, 2008 Erfurt, Germany. (Mobile) Media and the Change of Everyday Life Conference, Erfurt University, paper presented Positive and negative social consequences of the mobile phone use September, 2008: Budapest, Hungary. Mobile Communication and the Ethics of Social Networking Conference, Budapest, organized by Hungarian Academy of Sciences and T-Mobile; paper presented Privacy and Facebook. Reflections on past, present and future research 22 May, 2008 University of Udine, Multimedia Lab, Pordenone (Italy). International Workshop Gender & ICTs in collaboration with Erfurt University, Germany. Paper presented The GEM (Gender evaluation methodology) case study 15 May, 2008 Budapest, Hungary. COST198 Action International Workshop, Digital Television Revisited: Linking Users, Markets and Policies, paper presented Net TV. Exploring the Italian University Experience co-authored with prof.leopoldina Fortunati (University of Udine) Teaching Miscellaneous
13 26 April 2013: Lecture Challenges and complications regarding fieldwork inside the course Research in Communication and Culture II, ITESO (Westerrn Institute of Technology and Higher Education), Guadalajara, Mexico. 27 May 2010: Lecture The People of the Wheelbarrows: the digital protest inside the course Social Movements and Interest Groups, 5th BA Course of Political Sciences, Universidad Complutense of Madrid, supervisor: Prof. Amparo Lasén. Degree in Communication and Journalism, Faculty of Political & Social Sciences, Autonomous University of Querétaro (Mexico) 2013 Second semester BA course: Research Seminar (how to carry out a research project from the beginning, including epistemology, overview of methods, etc.). First semester BA courses: New Media course and Media Research Methods (with focus on developing projects with qualitative methods) course. Inside the MA in Social Sciences: professor of the New social marketing technologies course Second semester BA courses: Citizen Participation and Communication in the Network Society course, Media Research Methods course. First semester BA courses: Cybercultures (taught in Spanish and English); Media Research Methods ; Cinema & Comics Seminar. Inside the MA in Social Sciences, professor of the New Media course (bilingual taught in Spanish and English) Professor of the BA course New social movements and ICTs. Degree in Sciences and Multimedia Technologies, University of Udine (Italy) 2009 and Teaching assistant for the Sociology of communication and culture (BA) and the Languages and technologies of new media (MA) course. Course Leader: Prof. Leopoldina Fortunati. Courses, Summer Schools, Seminars August 2012: 15 hours Course on The Methods of Building Questionnaires, Professor Aina Gallego, Stanford University.
14 5 6 March 2012: 20 hours Course on NVivo for Social Sciences, prof. Edgar Gomez Cruz, UOC (Barcelona) 6 9 December 2011: 15 hours Seminar on Gore Capitalism as analysis of the narco-machine, Dr. Sayak Valencia, Autonomous University of Querétaro April - June 2009: Advanced Course Current issues in Multimedia Communication, University of Udine, Multimedia Lab 3 7 August 2009: University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. ECPR Summer School in Methods and Techniques: Ethnographic methods and in-depth interviewing course, Prof. Bojana Lobe July 2008: Madrid Complutense University, El Escorial, 30 hours course on The new frontiers of television, formats and contents to come, Dr. Antonio San José. With scholarship from Universidad Complutense 28 September 2 October: University of Erfurt, Germany, (Mobile) Media and the Change of Everyday Life Training School organized by European Action Cost May 2008: Qualitative Methodologies Seminar on New Media, prof. Marina Chiaro, Multimedia Lab, University of Udine April 2008: Vietri sul Mare (Salerno, Italy) International School E. R. Caianiello" on Multimodal Signals: Cognitive and Algorithmic Issues, with scholarship from COST 2102 Academic Memberships IAMCR (International Association for Media and Communication Research), ECREA (European Communication Research and Education Association), COST 298 European Action Participation in the Broadband Society, Member of the Program Committee of the CIRN-DIAC Conference in Prato (Italy), ALAIC (Latin American Association for Communication Studies), AMIC (Mexican Association of Media Researchers). Grants and Awards
15 2013 Awarded the Perfil deseable PROMEP : a certificate of excellence for full time Mexican professors. Member of the SNI (National System of Mexican Researchers). Only researchers and professors with high production are allowed into the system For my research project on Mexican social movements media practices: funding from the Mexican Federal Government trough the PROMEP Programme and from the Autonomous University of Querétaro FOFIUAQ Fund Both my MA (2004) and PhD (2011) dissertation obtained mention of excellence. April July 2011: grant from Udine University for Visiting Scholarship at Complutense University, Spain September - December 2009: grant ERASMUS MOBILITY for Visiting Scholarship at Erfurt University, Germany November 2008 April 2011: Awarded with the Title of Expert for the Teaching of Sociology of Communication and Culture. The title is awarded to Italian PhD students who demonstrated particular skills in teaching July 2008: Scholarship from Universidad Complutense for 30 hours course on The new frontiers of television, formats and contents to come under the supervision of Dr. Antonio San José April 2008: Vietri sul Mare (Salerno, Italy) International School E. R. Caianiello" on Multimodal Signals: Cognitive and Algorithmic Issues, with scholarship from COST 2102 January 2008 April 2011: Grant from the Italian Ministry of Education to carry out the PhD Programme in Multimedia Communication May August 2007 Leonardo Grant from 'GAL Romagna' Company to work at BAGES COUNCIL, Manresa, Catalonia as the BABALUC Web Project Coordinator
16 September 2005 December 2005 IEPALA (INSTITUTE OF POLITICAL STUDIES FOR SOUTH AMERICA AND AFRICA) Madrid, Spain. With Leonardo grant from University of Bologna for the first the five months September-December 2003: Grant from University of Bologna for Visiting Scholarship at Dartmouth College, US Languages Italian (mother-tongue) Spanish (bilingual) English (fluent) French (basic) German (basic) Catalan (basic) Computing Skills OS (Windows, Mac, Linux); Microsoft Office and Open Office. Research Softwares: NVivo, SPSS, TAMS Analyzer, Endnote, Zotero, Evernote. Tutoring, reviewing and supervising 2013: currently supervisor of two BA thesis at the Autonomous University of Querétaro on social media and privacy (Diana Patricio Amador) and creative online practices (Adrián Quino Percil) co-supervisor of the MA thesis Piracy Fandom: piracy and sharing fans, successfully defended by Simone Cancian on 20 th November present: More than 300 hours of tutorship with BA and MA students of the Degree in Communication, Faculty of Political and Social Sciences, University of Querétaro present: Reviewer for the following journals: New Media & Society, The Information Society, The Journal of Community Informatics, Interface: a journal for and about social
17 movements, Communication & Society (University of Guadalajara), Acta Sociologica (UNAM, Mexico City University). Reviewer of international projects for the Complutense University, the Udine University, the Bologna University and the Querétaro University. Supervisor of two dissertations at MA level and three at BA level. Currently co-coordinating the creation of a Master on Digital Media and Society in the Communication and Journalism Department at the Autonomous University of Querétaro. References Prof. Leopoldina Fortunati, Director of the PhD Programme in Multimedia Communication, Department of Human Sciences, University of Udine (Italy), Tel ; Prof. Amparo Lasén, Department of Sociology I (Social Change), Faculty of Political and Social Sciences, Complutense University of Madrid (Spain), Tel ; Prof. Denise Anthony, Chair, Associate Professor of Sociology, Research Director, Institute for Security, Technology and Society (ISTS), Faculty Affiliate, The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice Adjunt in Community and Family Medicine, Dartmouth College, 6104 Silsby Room 124 Hanover, NH (US) 03755, Tel ,