Teresa López-Pellisa

PhD in Humanities specializing in science fiction, gender studies and cyberculture.

Teresa Lópex Pellisa holds a PhD in Humanities from the Carlos III University of Madrid and a degree in Literary Theory and Comparative Literature from the Autonomous University of Barcelona. She is currently a professor at the University of Alcalà. Her lines of research focus on science fiction literature, gender studies, cyberculture and future studies. She has coordinated and edited books such as Historia de la ciencia ficción latinoamericana vol. 1 y vol. 2 (Iberoamericana, 2020, 2021), together with Silvia K. G. Ares; Historia de la ciencia ficción en la cultura española (Iberoamericana, 2018) and Ciberfeminismo: De VNS Matrix a Laboria Cuboniks, together with Remedios Zafra (Holobionte, 2019). She has also edited and curated anthologies such as Las otras. Antología de mujeres artificiales (Eolas Edicions, 2018) and has published a large number of articles in specialised journals. She has completed research stays at universities in Switzerland, New York, Argentina and Peru. She is also editor in chief of Brumal. Revista de Investigación sobre lo Fantástico and member of the editorial board for Pasavento. Revista de Estudios Hispánicos.