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Dra. María del Carmen López Sánchez

PhD in Humanities from the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (2017) and a degree in Journalism (2010) and Humanities (2009) from the Universidad San Pablo-CEU. Currently, she teaches Art History II in the Multimedia and Graphic Design Degree. Her lines of research focus on 19th century Spain and, specifically, on everything related to the Spanish monarchy. She is the author of several book chapters and scientific articles in prestigious journals focusing on the image of the monarchy in the press and the study of the palace organisation. Over the last few years she has participated in national and international conferences and has carried out research stays in different universities: University of Leeds, University of St Andrews or the Università degli Studi di Torino. She has received grants such as the Research Staff in Training grant from the Carlos III University and the Centre de recherche du château de Versailles; she also received a research initiation award for her work on Christian Iconology in the work of Salvador Dalí.