Agustin Rico-Albero

Dr Agustin Rico-Albero

Senior Lecturer in Spanish and Film


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Agustín Rico-Albero has a BA in Modern Languages from the University of Valencia (Spain) and Nottingham Trent University (UK), an MA in Humanities from the University Carlos III of Madrid (Spain), and Postgraduate Diplomas in Audiovisual Translation and Teaching Spanish as foreign Language from the University Autónoma of Barcelona and University Antonio de Nebrija of Madrid respectively. He has taught Spanish and Film at the University of Auckland (New Zealand) and the University of Leicester (UK), where he completed his PhD in Film Studies entitled ‘Representations of Violence in Contemporary Spanish Cinema’. He is currently a full-time Senior Lecturer in Spanish and Film at the University of Hertfordshire (UK) where he teaches Spanish language and culture, European Film, and also contributes to the MA in Film and Television Aesthetics. He has participated in numerous international workshops, symposiums and conferences dedicated to Spanish film. He is the author of several works on Spanish film studies and language pedagogy, including contributions to the Directory of World Cinema Spain (2011, Intellect) and a forthcoming chapter on adolescent cinema and violence for (Re)viewing Creative, Critical and Commercial Practices in Contemporary Spanish Cinema (2014, Intellect). Since 2011 Agustín has been a Fellow of The Higher Education Academy (UK).


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