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Dr Gabriel Moreno-Esparza

Assistant Professor

Department: Arts

Dr Moreno received in September 2009 a PhD by UK-based Communication and Media Research Institute (CAMRI) within the University of Westminster, asresult of his investigation about the role of television news in the experiences of immigrant families. In January 2010 he moved to Mexico under the auspices of Mexico’s National Council of Science and Technology, as full-time member of the research and teaching staff at Universidad de Guadalajara’s Department of Social Communication Studies (DESC). He then joined Jesuit University of Guadalajara’s (ITESO) Department of Sociocultural Studies (DESO) as lecturer and researcher. 

Gabriel’s teaching experience in the UK dates back to his role as visiting lecturer from January 2006 to November 2009 at the University of Westminster’s School of Media, Arts and Design in Harrow Campus. He has a professional background in journalism, which he practiced for 12 years at various news outlets, including Guadalajara’s quality newspapers Siglo 21 and Publico, and as financial and general news correspondent for Reuters’ news bureau in Mexico City. 

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  • Transnational Latin American Television: genres, formats and adaptations, Moreno-Esparza, G. 19 May 2022, In: Transnational Screens
  • Digital diasporas: accounting for the role of family talk in transnational social spaces, Moreno-Esparza, G. 11 Apr 2019, The Handbook of Diasporas, Media, and Culture, Wiley
  • Mobile Journalism: Reflexive storytelling in the co-produced public sphere, Schleser, M., Moreno-Esparza, G., Kapur, A. 1 Jun 2017, Creative Mobile Media: A Complete Course, London, World Scientific
  • Visualizing Simultaneity in Diasporic Public Spheres: The Case of the Mexican Diaspora in the U.S., Moreno-Esparza, G., Martinez Tellez, R. 12 Jul 2017, In: Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies
  • Circuitos migratorios y telefonía de larga distancia: hablando de violencia en México, Moreno-Esparza, G. 2011, XXIII Encuentro Nacional AMIC 2011: Violencia, comunicación y vida cotidiana, Pachuca, Hidalgo, Asociación Mexicana de Investigadores de la Comunicación (AMIC)
  • Noticiero Univision: Coverage of the Arizona law as a case study about the construction of diasporic public spheres, Moreno-Esparza, G. 2011, In: Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture
  • Televisa and Univision, 50 years of media post-nationalism, Moreno-Esparza, G. Apr 2011, In: Global Media and Communication
  • Transnational audiences and the reception of television news: A study of Mexicans in Los Angeles, Moreno-Esparza, G. Sep 2011
  • Viewing globalization in transnational, Mexican American spaces, Moreno-Esparza, G. 2009, In: Global Media Journal: Mediterranean edition

  • Van Luong Cultural hybridity in the production, distribution and prosumption of K-Pop in Vietnam Start Date: 01/03/2017 End Date: 14/07/2022
  • Van Luong Start Date: 01/03/2017 End Date: 27/11/2019

  • Journalism PhD September 01 2005
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2015

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