Tania Gómez-Zapata, PhD Student, School of Politics and International Relations
Primary supervisor: Professor James Dunkerley
Secondary supervisor: Dr Bryan Mabee
Bachelors degree in Journalism – Escuela de Periodismo Carlos Septién (Mexico)
Masters degree in Globalization and Communications – University of Leicester (UK)
PhD Candidate in Politics – Queen Mary University of London (UK)
Politics, International Relations, Latin America Studies, Diplomacy, Public Diplomacy, Cultural Diplomacy, International Communication and Globalization, Political Communication and Foreign Policy.
- Latin American Studies Association (LASA)
- International Communication Association (ICA)
- Society for Latin American Studies (SLAS)
- Political Studies Association (PSA)
Latin American Studies Association (LASA), May 2016, New York, USA: "The differences of power exerted through public (cultural) diplomacy from developed and developing countries from a Gramscian approach perspective: The USA-Mexico case study".
Media and Governance in Latin America Pre-Conference of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), July 2016, University of Leeds, UK: "The differences of power exerted through public (cultural) diplomacy from developed and developing countries from a Gramscian approach perspective: The USA-Mexico case study".
Latin American Studies Association Conference (LASA), April 2017, Lima, Peru: "The Mexican Public Diplomacy to counteract Trump's presidencial campaign against Mexican-Latin American immigrants in the US".
Journalism, Editing, Public Relations, Corporate Communication, Project Management, Careers Service Student Support, Under 18 Personal Advisor, UK Universities Recruitment Student Advisor