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Dr. León Solís is from Andalucía, in Southern Spain. He graduated in English Language and Literature at Granada University in Spain and was later awarded a PhD at Glasgow Caledonian University in 2001.
He is the Joint Editor of the International Journal of Iberian Studies and sits in the editorial board of the academic journal International Communication.
His research expertise falls in the field of Cultural Studies, with a special focus on the construction of Spanish and Catalan identities in the Spanish media. His book (partially based on his PhD thesis) is titled Negotiating Spain: Competing Discourses of National Identity and was published in 2003 by Intellect.
He has presented a number of papers in international conferences dealing with those issues and has published extensively in peer-reviewed academic journals. In 2011 he was the joint conference organizer of the annual conference of the Association for Contemporary Iberian studies held in Glasgow, and in 2002 he was the programme organiser of the conference, held in Valencia.
He is a regular contributor to the Viajeros Urbanos section of the Spanish paper El Pais.
External Examiner, Roehampton University
External Examiner, University of Chester
- H Social Sciences (General)
- national identity
- cultural studies
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