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Dr Carmen Induráin Eraso has been a lecturer in the Department of Philology and Language Methodology at the Public University of Navarre since 1996. She has also been a lecturer at the Spanish Distance Education University (UNED) in Pamplona since 2002. She holds a Ph.D. degree in English Philology from the University of Zaragoza (Spain, 2005), where she also did a degree in French Philology.
She has taught different subjects since 1996: Morphology, Syntax and Semantics of the English Language, Literature in the Teaching of English as a Second Language, etc., Disciplinary Intensification in the ‘Master de Formación de Profesorado en Secundaria (Inglés), Inglés y su Didáctica (English Language and Methodology) in the course: Curso de Acceso a Grado, and currently, she teaches in the ‘Grados de Maestro’: English Language 1 and English Language 3. She was the coordinator of the former subject from 2019 to 2015 and has been coordinating English Language 3 since 2012. She has also tutorized the teaching placements or ‘Prácticas Escolares II y Prácticas Escolares 2’ of the Master and of the ‘Mención en Lengua Inglesa’. Furthermore, she has so far supervised 4 TFMs and 8 TFGs and been a member of the jury in several Doctoral theses.
Her research field focuses on film and cultural studies of English speaking countries as well as Spain: on genre (especially the road movie and the border film, and on generic hybridization), gender, minorities, migration, transnational cinema and globalization). She is the author of A Culture on the Move: Contemporary Representations of the US in Road Movies of the 1990s (UMI ProQuest, 2006), and of a number of essays that have appeared in Beyond Borders. Re-defining Generic and Ontological Boundaries; American Mirrors: (Self)Reflections and (Self)Distortions; Generic Attractions: New Essays on Film Genre Criticism (Houdiard, 2010); American Secrets: The Politics and Poetics of Secrecy in the Literature and Culture of the United States (Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2011); Global Genres/Local Films: The Transnational Dimension of Spanish Cinema (Bloomsbury Academic, 2015); Transcontinental Reflections on the American West: Words, Images, Sounds beyond Borders (Portal Education, 2015) and in Film Journal, Atlantis, EIUC (Estudios Ingleses de la Universidad Complutense) and ES (English Studies) journals. She has also participated in three research projects of the Spanish Ministry of Education (I+D) of the University of Zaragoza, the current one entitled: “Vistas Locales de un Cine Global: Diálogo Textual y Cultural entre los Cines Estadounidense, Británico y Español”/“Local Views of a Global Cinema: Textual and Cultural Dialogue Between US American, British and Spanish Cinemas” and in international film and American Studies conferences (SCMS, Film and History, NECS, EAAS, SERCIA, AEDEAN, SAAS). She has been and still is a member of TEXTO, a research group at the UPNA. She has also participated in international film and American Studies conferences (SCMS, Film and History, NECS, EAAS, SERCIA, SAAS, AEDEAN, etc.). She held the position of coordinator of the Film Studies panel of AEDEAN International Conferences during the 2012-2016 period.
As regards her personal merits as a university lecturer, so far she has achieved 4 quinquenios docentes and one sexenio investigador (evaluated positively by the ANECA agency)