BA Dissertations (TFG)

If you are going to work with me on your BA/TFG dissertation, please read the document "Working on a Dissertation" and take a look at the list of topics I offer here.

I have supervised so far the following BA dissertations (TFG):


Lidia Castillo Rebollo. “Changing Gender Representations in Cinema: Femininity and Masculinity in Disney’s Moana”. (Mark/grade: A).

Isabel García Serrano. “An Icarus/Daedalus Dynamic: The Construction of the Father and of Autobiographical Truth in Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home”. (Mark/grade A+).

Paula Aguilera Martínez. “Simon Spier’s Process to Sexual Identity Formation: Guilt in Becky Albertalli’s Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda”. (Mark/grade A).

Alba Sierra Berdún. “Finding a Story in a Book without a Story: Constructing a Narrative in Shaun Tan’s Picturebook The Red Tree.” (Mark/grade: A).


Paola Nicolás Flores, “At Odds: Women’s  Independence and Power in Margaret Oliphant’s Novel Hester (1883)”. (Mark/grade: A),

Agnès Gascón Quintana, “The Deconstruction of the Mountain Men's Wilderness: Environmental Ethics in Abe Andrew’s Novel The Word for Woman is Wilderness (2018)”. (Mark/grade: A),

Clara López Barrabés, “Navigating Middle-Class Expectations: Social Class, Gender, and Lesbian Sexuality in Patricia Highsmith’s The Price of Salt”.

Marc Baltà, “‘Paradise Found, Paradise Lost’: The Abolition of Labels and Contemporary Love in André Aciman’s Call Me by Your Name”.

Andrea Atrio Albano, “Silenced Women: Gender Representation, and Narrative Techniques in Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us”. (Mark/grade: A+),


Josué Martínez Rodríguez, “Playing with Choice: Agency, Plot and Character in Telltale's The Walking Dead Video Game Series”. (Mark/grade: A),

Ana Sáez Garrido. “Discourses of Masculinity in Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games Trilogy: Defending the Alternative Man, Peeta Mellark”. (Mark/grade: A),

Pablo Sánchez López. “An (Un)feasible Gay Planet: The Vital Intercession of Women in the Continuity of Athos in Lois McMaster Bujold’s Ethan of Athos”. (Mark/grade: A),


Araceli Messegué. “‘That Alien. That Ugly. That Powerful’: An Analysis of the Oankali as the Monstrous Other in Octavia Butler’s Lilith’s Brood”. (Mark/grade: A+),

Sandra Hernández. “Victimization and Guilt as Two Sides of the Same Coin: Andrew ‘Ender’ Wiggin’s Duality in Ender’s Game”.  (Mark/grade: A).


Jana Baró. "'Witch-oil': Subversive Female Mentors in Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials". (Mark/grade: A+).

Teodora Toma, "Fluid Identities and Gendered Intimacies: the Indeterminate Narrator in Jeanette Winterson’s Written on the Body". (Mark/grade: A),

Susana González, "A Flawed Father: Downplaying Fatherhood through the Character of James Potter in Harry Potter".


Lara Blasco, "Beyond the Hero’s Journey: The Concept of Heroism Applied to the Harry Potter series".

Marta Oreja, “What will I do while I’m lasting?”: Joy’s traumatic experience as daughter, mistress and lover in Janice Galloway’s The Trick is to Keep Breathing". (Mark/grade: A),

Elisabet Vioque, "'Art Thou a Man?’ Representations of Romeo’s Masculinity in Romeo in Franco Zeffirelli’s Romeo and Juliet and Baz Luhrmann’s William Shakespeare’s Romeo + Juliet".


Melissa Caro, "Holmes and Watson or Sherlock and John: A homoerotic reading of Conan Doyle’s Characters in BBC’s Sherlock". (Mark/grade: A),

Diana Diaz, "The Consequences of Patriarchy in Roddy Doyle's The Woman Who Walked into Doors." (Mark/grade: A),

Ruben Campos, "Recycling High Culture in Science Fiction: Homer and Shakespeare in Dan Simmons’s Ilium and Olympos." (Mark/grade: A),

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