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ENRIQUE ANDRADE

Enrique Andrade Martínez is a researcher in training at the University of Valencia and recipient of a pre-doctoral grant for the training of research personnel offered by the Valencian government. At the University of Valencia, he received his Bachelor’s degree in Hispanic Studies: Spanish Language and Literatures, his Master’s degree in Advanced Hispanic Studies: Applications and Research and his Master’s degree in Secondary Education. Currently he is working on his PhD dissertation on the aesthetic and political dimension in the representation of victims and perpetuators of post-sovereign violence in contemporary Mexico. On this topic he has written various reviews and articles, including Procesos, discursos y prácticas estructurantes de la violencia contra las mujeres en Ciudad Juárez, published in Kamchatka. Revista de análisis cultural, a journal on whose editorial board he is a member.

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Contemporary representations of perpetrators of mass violence: concepts, stories and images (HAR2017-83519-P), Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities.

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Figures of perpetrators of mass violence: stories and images (AICO / 2018/136), Conselleria d’Educació, Investigació, Cultura i Esport, Generalitat Valenciana.

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From Space of Perpetration to Site of Memory. Forms of Representation (PROMETEU/2020/059)

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