University of Alcalá, Spain; Instituto Franklin, Spain
Alejandro Rivero-Vadillo (University of Alcalá) is a graduate in Modern Languages and Translation and English Studies from the University of Alcalá and holds a Master’s degree in North American Studies from the Complutense University of Madrid/ University of Alcalá of Henares. Alejandro is currently a doctoral student with a scholarship at the University of Alcalá in University Personnel Training, where his thesis focuses on posthumanism, science fiction and climate change. Rivero-Vadillo is a member of Ecocritica GIECO research group of the Franklin Institute and a member of the editorial committees at Ecozon@: Revista Europea de Literatura, Cultura y Medioambiente [The European Journal of Literature, Culture and the Environment] and Contrapunto: Revista de Crítica Literaria y Cultural de la Universidad de Alcalá [The University of Alcalá Journal of Literature and Cultural Criticism]. In addition, he was a member of the organization committee of the I Congreso Internacional de Humanidades Ambientales “Relatos, Mitos y Artes para el Cambio” [The First International Conference on Environmental Humanities “Stories, Myths and Arts to Envision a Change”] in 2018.