Laura López Casado holds a BA degree in Journalism from the Complutense University of Madrid (2009), and in Audiovisual Communication from the University Rey Juan Carlos (2011). She has also a master’s degree in Equality of Gender in the Social Sciences from Complutense University of Madrid (2016).
She was admitted to PhD-COMP in the academic year of 2017/2018S as a doctoral student and in 2018/2019 she was granted a scholarship (PD/BD/143049/2018). Her research focuses on Queer Zines and Feminist Theory in Spain and Portugal, under the supervision of Professors Luísa Afonso Soares (University of Lisbon) and Carmen Romero Bachiller (Universidad Complutense de Madrid).
She is a member in training of the Center for Comparative Studies and collaborates in the research projects DIIA-Iberian and Ibero-American Dialogues and Feminisms and Sexual and Gender Dissidence in the Global South.
2019. “Queer Zines in Madrid in 1990s” Keep it Simple, Make it Fast!An approach to underground music scenes (vol. 4), Ed. Paula Guerra and Thiago Pereira Alberto, pp. 342-352.
2017. “Fanzines y teoría queer. El caso de un plumazo y Non-Grata”- Ciberpolítica. Hacia las Cosmópolis de la información y la comunicación. VV.AA. Ed. INAP. Madrid. Available on https://www.libreriavirtuali.com