Begonya Enguix Grau (benguix@uoc.edu) is an Associate Professor in the Arts and Humanities Department of the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC). She holds a PhD in Social and Cultural Anthropology (URV).
She has participated as principal investigator or as part of the research team in 22 national and international research projects focused on the anthropology of the body, gender, dissident sexualities, Pride events, love, and digital identities among other topics. Nowadays she is the principal researcher of the project "Genders and Postgenders: A Cartography of Gender Meanings (for Social Transformation)" (National Programme of R+D) and the leader of the research group 'Medusa: Genders in Transition. Masculinities, Bodies, Affects and Technoscience' (UOC).
She lectures and conducts research on masculinities and other gender expressions, bodies, sexualities, affects, identities, and their relations with media, the digital and activism and politics. She has published over 60 works on these fields. Her most recent book is Orgullo, Protesta, Negocio y otras Derivas LGTB (2019, ed. Doce Calles). In 2019, she held the Aigner Rollett Guest Professorship in Women's and Gender Studies at Karl-Franzens Universität, Graz (Austria).

Begonya Enguix Grau Universitat Oberta de Catalunya UOC, Av. Tibidabo 47, 08035 Barcelona, Spain

Begonya Enguix Grau (benguix@uoc.edu) is an Associate Professor in the Arts and Humanities Department of the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC). She holds a PhD in Social and Cultural Anthropology (URV).
She has participated as principal investigator or as part of the research team in 22 national and international research projects focused on the anthropology of the body, gender, dissident sexualities, Pride events, love, and digital identities among other topics. Nowadays she is the principal researcher of the project "Genders and Postgenders: A Cartography of Gender Meanings (for Social Transformation)" (National Programme of R+D) and the leader of the research group 'Medusa: Genders in Transition. Masculinities, Bodies, Affects and Technoscience' (UOC).
She lectures and conducts research on masculinities and other gender expressions, bodies, sexualities, affects, identities, and their relations with media, the digital and activism and politics. She has published over 60 works on these fields. Her most recent book is Orgullo, Protesta, Negocio y otras Derivas LGTB (2019, ed. Doce Calles). In 2019, she held the Aigner Rollett Guest Professorship in Women's and Gender Studies at Karl-Franzens Universität, Graz (Austria).

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