Beatriz Revelles Benavente is a Postdoctoral scholar granted with a scholarship named Juan de la Cierva in University of Barcelona (Spain). Her doctoral thesis was titled Understanding Toni Morrison’s work in the Information Society: Gender, Politics and Communication in the making”. Currently, for her Postdoctoral research, she wants to develop this in the area of higher education and pedagogy by finding feminist alternative ways to teach literature and communication in the information society. She has been a visiting scholar in the universities of Rutgers, Santa Cruz (California), Utrecht (Netherlands) and Manchester (UK). Currently, she is a visiting scholar in the Digital Ethnography Research Centre at RMIT University (Australia). In addition, she was a board member of Atgender: European Asociation for Gender Research, Education and Documentation from 2014 until 2017 and management committee of the COST Action IS1307: Networking European New Materialisms: How matter comes to matter. Her most recent publication is Teaching Gender: Feminist Pedagogies and Responsibilities in Times of Political crisis, a co-edited volume in Routledge.