Tenured Professor in Sociology. Universidad de Valladolid

Miguel Vicente Mariño is Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Sociology and Social Work at the University of Valladolid (Uva). He is a Faculty member of the School of Social, Legal and Communication Sciences, at the María Zambrano Campus in Segovia. He holds a PhD in Audiovisual Communication from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (2009), a Bachelor in Sociology from the same university (2006) and a Bachelor in Journalism from the University of Santiago de Compostela (2002).
He has held the position of Academic Secretary of the Faculty of Social, Legal and Communication Sciences between 2012 and 2015, after previously assuming the role of Vice Dean of Students for a year and a half. He has been in charge of the Exchange System between Spanish University Centers (SICUE) since 2010 and, since joining UVa in 2006, has taught several undergraduate and graduate courses in Sociology and Communication, additionally collaborating with postgraduate programs of other institutions, such as PhD programmes at the universities of Salamanca, Minho, Santiago de Compostela, Cádiz, Huelva, Malaga, Sevilla, País Vasco or Jaume I, and Master’s degree at UCM, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos or USAL. In addition, he has taught 37 specialized training courses in research in various Spanish and Portuguese centers.
In October 2012 he was elected member of the Executive Committee of ECREA (European Communication Research and Education Association), and in July 2013 he was elected deputy director of the thematic section of Hearings of the IAMCR (International Association for Media and Communication Research). Since January 2015, he is the deputy director of the Working Group on the History of Communication Research of the AE-IC (Spanish Association for Communication Research).
Among its publications one can find two books, 35 articles in peer-reviewed journals, 24 book chapters, 12 chapters in conference proceedings and 20 book reviews. He has co-edited two collective books and three special issues in Tripodos (2015, with Peter Lunt), Dissertations (2016, with Manuel Martínez Nicolás) and Comunicaçao e Sociedade (2018, with Sandra Marinho). He is one of the editors of the collective book Research Traditions in Dialogue, to be released during the springtime of 2020, and a special issue at the International Journal of Communication.
During his 14-year research career, he has presented 122 contributions in scientific meetings, distributed among 10 keynote papers at international conferences, 9 plenary sessions at national conferences, 87 papers at international conferences, 9 papers at national conferences and 7 posters at international meetings. These activities have resulted in participation in almost one hundred of scientific meetings between 2004 and 2019, held in 27 countries, adding up to three research stays in Leicester (2008), Westminster (2010) and Braga (2012).
He has participated in two European research projects (ECO and DEAR Rural Agenda) and has been part of two COST research networks and eight competitive projects with state funding from Spain. He is the Coordinator of the Research Group in Applied Social Sciences since June 2013. He has supervised three doctoral theses and is currently supervising six more, after having supervised 24 Master theses.