Alfonso Gonzalez Aguado has an undergraduate degree in Architecture from the Polytechnic University of Catalunya (UPC), where he also received his MA in History and Theory of Art and Architecture (2015). He studied Architecture as an exchange student at Universita di Roma La Sapienza (2009-2010). He has recently taught History of Architecture in Chile (Universidad de Valparaiso, Pontifica Universidad Catolica de Chile), and is the author of the article "Urban design in post-industrial Barcelona: defending the urban vs. the urbana", published in De Arquitectura magazine (University of Chile, n. 30, 2016). His dissertation was entitled "Urban mutation, cultural mutation: an approach to the margins imaginary in Pasolini's filmwork", exploring the Roman peripheries urban development across Pasolini's early filmwork. His research interests include cultural approaches to urban and architectural phenomena, postwar Italian film and politics, Gramscian theory and the Southern Question, among others.
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