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Academic background

  • Doctor en Sociología y Antropología
    Universidad Complutense de Madrid (05/05/2022)
  • Máster Universitario en Dinámicas de Cambio en las Sociedades Modernas Avanzadas
    Universidad Pública de Navarra (08/08/2016)
  • Graduado o Graduada en Sociología
    Universidad de Alicante (28/07/2015)

Pablo de Gracia-Soriano. PhD in Sociology and Anthropology from the Complutense University
of Madrid. Undergraduate Degree in Sociology from the University of Alicante (UA, 2011-
2015). Master’s Degree in Dynamics of Change in Advanced Modern Societies from the Public
University of Navarra (2015-2016). Since 2016 he has been an honorary collaborator of the
University of Alicante’s Department of Sociology I, where he has also been a teacher and
researcher since 2022. He collaborates as a researcher in the Sociological Research Group (GIS-UA), in the Sociological Observatory of Education (OBSOEDU), in the Building, Technology, Research and Development Group (AEDIFICATIO) of the University of Alicante, and in the Group of Contemporary Sociocultural Studies (GRESCO) of the Complutense University of Madrid, linked to the Complutense Institute of Sociology for the Study of Contemporary Social Transformations (TRANSOC). He is part of
the editorial team of the journal Revista de Sociología de la Educación (RASE) and of the
Library Committee of the UA Department of Sociology 1. Currently, he serves as treasurer of
the Valencian Association of Sociology (AVS) and is part of the Advisory Committee of the
Spanish Federation of Sociology’s Doctoral School (EDFES). His professional career includes
extensive experience as field coordinator and technical director in the private sector, having
been involved in the design, layout, tabulation and analysis of dozens of market and public
opinion studies. He has participated in projects related to, among other fields, urban planning,
electoral processes, citizen participation, health, age structures and processes, gender,
education, uses and experiences of time and lifestyles. His main line of research is the
relationship between society and time within the framework of the sociology of time.