María Rosón (Madrid, 1981) received her Ph.D. from Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (History of Art Department) in 2014. She works as a postdoctoral researcher in Valencia University’s Department of Language Theory and Communication Science. Rosón carried out research stays in Southampton University; New York University; and University of Oxford and Leeds University. She had a research fellowship in Museo Reina Sofia, Collection Department. Also, she curated the exhibitions José Ortiz Echagüe: Depicting Women, Types and Stereotypes (Madrid Community, 2010) and Women under Suspicion: Memory and Sexuality (UNED, 2013). Her research is especially focused on twentieth-century Spanish visual culture in intersection with gender studies. She has published Género, memoria y cultura visual en el primer franquismo (materiales cotidianos, más allá del arte).