EDITORIAL BOARD

Editorial Board

Carlos Herrero
Research, PhD and Master programs coordinator @ Instituto Franklin–UAH
carlos.herrero@institutofranklin.net
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PhD candidate in American Studies @ Instituto Franklin–UAH.
Bachelor’s Degree in History and holder of a Diploma of Advanced Studies in Medieval History by the Universidad de Alcalá. Teaches in the Study Abroad in Spain Program. His interests focus on Cultural Studies, Travel Literature and the concept of Identity throughout History.

Daniel Bustillo
daniel.bustillohurta@edu.uah.es
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PhD candidate in American Studies @ Instituto Franklin–UAH.
BA in English Studies and MA in North American Studies. My PhD thesis deals with Spanish–US relations during the “Critical Period” (1783-1789). My research interests are: early American history and international relations, and historical representations of Hispanophobia and Antiamericanism across the Atlantic. Recipient of the 2019 Benjamin Franklin scholarship with the project Las relaciones de Diego de Gardoqui con los EE.UU. y el “American Southwest” (@ McNeil Center for Early American Studies, University of Pennsylvania).

Joaquín Saravia
joaquin.saravia@edu.uah.es
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PhD candidate in American Studies @ Instituto Franklin–UAH.
Master’s Degree in American Studies (Outstanding Master’s Award) by the Instituto Franklin-UAH and the Complutense University of Madrid. Master’s degree in Strategic Cooperation between Latin America and the EU by the IELAT-UAH. Bachelor’s Degree in English Studies by the University of Alicante and ERASMUS student at the Manchester Metropolitan University. Recipient of the 2019 scholarship Zenobia Camprubí within the project The Spanish migration in the US 1880-1940.

Chief Editor
Anna Marta Marini

anna.marini@edu.uah.es
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PhD candidate in American Studies @ Instituto Franklin–UAH.
MA and BA in Linguistic and Cultural Mediation (specializing in Anglo and Hispanic American Cultures, as well as Mexican Studies), 2nd level postgraduate MA in Public History. My PhD thesis work (realized in collaboration with the CISAN–UNAM) explores the film representation of reciprocate Otherness bridging the US–Mexico boundary. My main research interests are: discursive and cultural representation of the US borderlands and Mexican American communities; CDA related to direct/structural violence, political discourse, and the US–Mexico border discourse; identity re/construction and narration through cinema and comics, especially related to US Hispanic minorities as well as otherness in the US–Mexico borderlands.