DSc in Political Science, part-time lecturer at the Autonomous University of Madrid. Her work is focused on political and social science and feminist theory. She has published works on the political theory of migrations, such as És el multiculturalisme bo per als immigrants? and On Immigration Politics in the Context of European Societies and the Structural Inequality Approach. She has studied issues related to deliberative and communicative democracy in depth, with a special interest in the impact that the technological revolution is having on contemporary political theory. Most of her analyses include a gender perspective and she has published numerous works on that.