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Personal profile

General

Caroline Gray is Lecturer in Politics and Spanish. She specialises in the politics and culture of Spain, focusing on nationalist movements and political decentralisation, as well as the political consequences of the global financial crisis. Having studied Spanish literature as a Modern Languages undergraduate at the University of Oxford, followed later by a PhD in Politics on nationalist movements in Spain, she is particularly interested in how an interdisciplinary approach to the study of Spain can deepen our understanding of the country.

Qualifications

  • PhD in Politics, University of Liverpool
  • MSt in Modern Languages (Spanish) with Distinction, University of Oxford
  • BA in Modern Languages (French and Spanish), First Class Honours, University of Oxford

Teaching Activity

  • LP2113 West European Politics and Society
  • LS2110/LS2111 Politics and Society (Spain)
  • LS1002 International Business Environment I: Spain
  • LS3002 International Business Environment III: Spain and Latin America
  • LS1100/LS1102 Spanish Language Skills I

Awards

'Best Newcomer' - Aston Achievement Awards 2018

Professional/editorial offices

Reviews Editor, International Journal of Iberian Studies (IJIS)

Contact Details

Room: MB771
Email:c.gray1@aston.ac.uk
Phone: 0121 204 3664

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Research Output

Open Access
  • Territorial Politics and the Party System in Spain: Continuity and Change since the Financial Crisis

    Gray, C., 27 May 2020, Routledge. 200 p. (Europa Country Perspectives)

    Research output: Book/ReportBook

  • A Fiscal Model for Political Cosovereignty? How the Economic Agreement Has Shaped the Territorial Ambitions of Basque Nationalists

    Gray, C., 19 Feb 2019, International Perspectives on Fiscal Federalism: The Basque Tax System. Martínez, G. & Irujo, X. (eds.). Reno, Nevada (US), Vol. Basque Politics Series No. 15. p. 137-156 20 p.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

    Open Access
    File

    Afraid of what? Why Islamist terrorism and the Catalan independence question became conflated in representations of the 2017 Barcelona attacks

    Gray, C., 2 Sep 2019, In : Bulletin of Spanish Studies. 96, 7, p. 1113-1133 21 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle