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Gabriel Sevilla Llisterri

Research

Research
FORMATION
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PhD in Media Studies at the University of Valencia (2010), he has delivered courses on Spanish and European cinema, on literary and film analysis at the University of Geneva (2004-2014). As a researcher, he has collaborated in projects on narrative production and comprehension at the University Pompeu Fabra (2016-2019) and Durham University (2016-2017). He has obtained the tenure-eligible lecturer accreditation from the Catalan University Quality Assurance Agency (AQU Catalunya).

His main publications are:

- (2019, in press). “Une tragédie à dominante musicale: Œdipus Rex de Cocteau- Stravinsky”, Paris, Hermann.
- (2018). “Persians on French Television: An Opera-Oratorio Echoing the Algerian War”. In Rebecca F. Kennedy (coord.). Brill's Companion to the Reception of Aeschylus (ISBN13: 9789004249325).
- (2008). Tristana, by Benito Pérez Galdós. Critical edition with Isabel Gonzálvez (ISBN: 978-84-376-2495-2), Madrid, Cátedra.

RESEARCH
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Interested in the sociology of art, cognitive narratology and the interplay between cinema and theatre.

2023 (in press): Jordi Coca. El teatre de Shakespeare en el seu context, Barcelona, Edicions de 1984, in 452ºF. Revista de Teoría de la Literatura y Literatura Comparada. Review

2023 (in press): Manuel Aznar Soler y Felipe Nieto (eds.), Jorge Semprún. Teatro completo, Sevilla, Renacimiento, 2021, in Signa: Revista de la Asociación Española de Semiótica, No. 32 (https://revistas.uned.es/index.php/signa) Review

2022 (in press): “Une tragédie à dominante musicale: Œdipus Rex de Cocteau-Stravinsky”, Paris, Hermann. Paper

2020: Sevilla, G., Hinzen, W. "El lenguaje, clave en la esquizofrenia", in Mente y Cerebro, 32-43, No. 104. Paper

2020: Hinzen, W., Slusna, D., Schroeder, K., Sevilla, G., Vila, E. "Mind - Language = ? The significance of non-verbal autism", Mind & Language 35 (4), 514-538
(https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/mila.12257). Paper

2018: “Persians on French Television: An Opera-Oratorio Echoing the Algerian War”, in Brill's Companion to the Reception of Aeschylus (ISBN13: 9789004249325), coordinado por Rebecca F. Kennedy. Book chapter

2018: Çokal, D., Sevilla, G., Jones, W.S. et al. “The language profile of formal thought
disorder”. npj Schizophr 4, 18 (https://doi.org/10.1038/s41537-018-0061-9). Paper

2018: Sevilla, G., Rosselló, J., Salvador, R., Sarró, S., López-Araquistain, L., Pomarol-
Clotet, E., et al. “Deficits in nominal reference identify thought disordered speech in a narrative production task”. PLoS ONE 13(8):e0201545 (https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0201545). Paper

2015: coordination of the issue “Le récit comme acte cognitif”, in Cahiers de Narratologie (ISSN: 1765-307X), No. 28 (http://narratologie.revues.org/7169). Paper

2014: José Luis Téllez (2013), Paisajes imaginarios, Madrid, Cátedra, in EU-topías. A
Journal of Interculturality, Communication and European Studies (http://eu-topias.org/). Review

2014: “La triple tension narrative: chrono-topique, pathétique, télique”, in Cahiers de
Narratologie (ISSN: 1765-307X), No. 26 (http://narratologie.revues.org/6901). Paper

2014: “Trois langages pour la tension narrative: L'apprenti sorcier de Goethe, Dukas,
Disney”, in Storytelling et tension narrative (ISBN: 978-2-343-02495-0), Paris, L'Harmattan. Book chapter

2012: “La Epifanía según Albert Serra: El cant dels ocells como lectura posmoderna del metarrelato cristiano”, in Composiciones de lugar (ISBN: 978-84-9940-556-8), Asier Aranzubia, Carmen Arocena, Pilar Carrera e Imanol Zumalde (eds.), Madrid, Biblioteca Nueva. Book chapter

2011: “Internet como síntoma en Vila-Matas”, in Campos abiertos (ISBN: 9-788499-539973), Barcelona, Linkgua. Book chapter

2008: “Pascual Duarte, entre picaresca y conductismo”, in Territorios en red (ISBN: 9-788497-428569), Madrid, Biblioteca Nueva. Book chapter

2008: Tristana, de Benito Pérez Galdós. Edición crítica con Isabel Gonzálvez (ISBN: 978-84-376-2495-2), Madrid, Cátedra. Book

2007: El modelo cruzada. Música y narratividad en el cine español de los años cuarenta (ISBN: 978-84-9742-674-9), Madrid, Biblioteca Nueva. Book

2006: “Dos Antígonas periféricas”, in Extravío: revista electrónica de literatura comparada n°1 (ISSN: 1886-4902), Valencia. Paper

2003: “Música y puesta en escena en Raza, de José Luis Sáenz de Heredia”, in Boletín
Hispánico Helvético n°1 (ISSN: 1660-4938), Madrid. Paper

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