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 Fernando Bayón

 

Fernando Bayón Martín
Institute Director
PhD in Philosophy (2002), University of Deusto
fernandobayon@deusto.es Ext. 2519

He did his PhD at Eberhard Karl University in Tübingen (Germany), where he was a student of Manfred Frank and could even listen to Hans-Georg Gadamer. His interest in the analysis of genealogy and the crisis of Modernity seen through art, drama and literature, have led him to research stays at universities like ETH-Zurich, Princeton and Yale (the realm of Harold Bloom), and to be invited as a guest lecturer at the University of Siena or the Ibero-American University in Mexico D.F. He has been linked to the Institute of Philosophy of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) in Madrid as a postdoctoral fellow as part of its Centre of Human and Social Sciences in “Justice: memory, storytelling and culture" research area, whose principal researcher is Reyes Mate. At present, after joining UD's Institute of Leisure Studies as a researcher, he is still attached to various research projects within CSIC’s R+D+i research plan (together with Juan Carlos Velasco and José M. González García). He is author of the books: "Filosofía y Leyenda. Variaciones sobre la última modenidad (de Tolstói a Musil)" (Anthropos, 2009), and "La prohibición del amor. Sujeto, cultura y forma artística en Thomas Mann" (Anthropos, 2004).


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 Itziar Zubieta
Itziar Zubieta Aguirre

Secretary
izubieta@deusto.es Tel. 944 139 075 Ext. 2275

Diploma from the School of Secretarial Studies at the Univesity of Deusto. She has been a secretary at the Institute of Leisure Studies since 2004, after having worked as a secretary at different university departments. She is an executive secretary responsible for the Institute’s administrative management, logistics, customer care and information. She is especially linked both to the Lifelong Education and the Continuing Education teams.
 Ruth Ahedo Gonzalez


Ruth Ahedo González
Licenciada en Psicología, Diplomada en Magisterio y DEA en Ocio y Potencial Humano Leisure. 
ruth.ahedo@deusto.es Ext. 3171

Desde 1990 forma parte del Equipo de Estudios de Ocio de la Facultad de Ciencias Sociales y Humanas de la Universidad de Deusto, desarrollando diversas labores relacionadas con la docencia y la investigación. Actualmente es profesora y coordinadora de prácticas en el Master Universitario en Dirección de Proyectos de Ocio. Desde 2016 asume también la coordinación del programa Ocio Cultural Universitario de la Escuela de Ciudadanía - DeustoBide. Ha formado parte del Comité organizador del Foro internacional OcioGune que se celebra anualmente y pertenece al Equipo de Investigación Ocio y Desarrollo Humano de la Universidad de Deusto donde ha participado en varios proyectos de investigación.
 

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 Jaime Cuenca

Jaime Cuenca Amigo
PhD in Leisure Studies and BA in Philosophy, University of Deusto.
jaime.cuenca@deusto.es Ext. 2747

He has lectured on the official master’s degrees at the Institute of Leisure Studies and the Diploma in Culture and Solidarity. He is coordinator of “Enjoying the Arts” lifelong education programme. As a member of the «Leisure and Human Development» research team, he studies the significance of the leisure experience in the consumer society. He has presented this research line at various international scientific forums and has published a number of papers in academic journals such as Anthropos, Arbor, Estudios filosóficos or Revista de Ciencias de la Educación. He has also participated in collective works of the Cuadernos de Estudios de Ocio and Documentos de Estudios de Ocio collections.
 

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  Aurora Madariaga

Aurora Madariaga Ortuzar
PhD in Leisure and Human Potential, University of Deusto
aurora.madariaga@deusto.es Ext.2747

Her PhD thesis addressed a wide number of leisure services of disable people organisations in Spain and gained insight into the current situation and the implications of applying leisure integration.
MA in Special Education; Expert in Therapeutic Pedagogy; BA in Clinical Psychology. She has worked at the Leisure and Disability Chair of the Institute of Leisure Studies since 1994 and has run this project since 2010. During all this time her professional work has always been related to research. Within the Chair, she has coordinated the Research and Consultancy Area (1997-2004) and has been its Coordinator (2004-2010). Her extensive and consistent career and her research and teaching activity are underpinned by her wide experience and knowledge of disability issues. She has taught a large number of courses on leisure and disability at both national and regional institutions and entities. She has presented a large number of papers and communications at international, national and regional conferences and seminars on the role of leisure in the lives of people with disabilities, organised by different entities. She has published numerous articles and is also co-author of the book: Protocolo de evaluación de las condiciones de Inclusión en equipamientos de ocio (2002) and co-editor of Ocio para todos: Reflexiones y Experiencias. Actas del VI Congreso Mundial de Ocio (2002); and Los valores del ocio: un horizonte de cambio, choque e innovación. Ociogune 2010 (2011). She is an UNIQUAL accredited lecturer and teaches on the BA in Social Psychology and the Postgraduate course on Accessibility and Inclusion, Project Design Management, Research Processes and Leisure Inclusion. She is a member of the Basque Government’s official team on Leisure and Human Development (Leisure Studies, Faculty of Social and Human Sciences at the University of Deusto) and coordinates the leisure and social responsibility research area. She is also deputy director of UD’s Vodafone Chair on ICT and social inclusion and research project manager. Her main research interests include: Leisure and disability, Social inclusion, People with disabilities, The associative network of disability, Managing leisure diversity, Leisure education and diversity.


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 Joseba Doistua
 

Joseba Doistua Nebreda
BA in History, Master’s in Leisure Management and Diploma of Advanced Studies in Leisure and Human Potential..
joseba.doistua@deusto.es Ext. 2747

He is currently a lecturer and researcher at the Institute of Leisure Studies and is linked to the human geography area. He has been working at the Institute of Leisure Studies since 2001, and has participated in numerous research studies such as Biscay's Cultural Map, Almeria’s Cultural Map, and local facility study. He is co-author of different publications related to leisure and culture including “Atlas de Infraestructuras culturales de España" or "Las asociaciones culturales en España", in collaboration with Fundación Autor. He teaches several subjects related to leisure, culture, tourism and geography on both postgraduate and undergraduate programmes at the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences.

 
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 Yolanda Lázaro

Yolanda Lázaro Fernández
PhD in Leisure and Human Potential, BA in Psychology
yolanda.lazaro@deusto.es Ext. 2277

MA in Leisure Management, specialism in Cultural Management. She is currently Director of Lifelong Education at the Institute of Leisure Studies and her work focuses on leisure, education and elderly people. She lectures on the BA in Tourism, the Diploma in Culture and Solidarity, the Master’s in Leisure Project Management, the Master’s in Congress, Event and Trade Fair Management and on the PhD Programme in Leisure and Human Potential. Between 1994 and 2004, she worked in the different areas of the Leisure and Disability Chair and has been a member of the Equal Opportunities Team in Bilbao’s Festivities since 1995. She has written several papers on leisure and disability and leisure, education and the elderly. Her most outstanding publications are: "Ocio y Discapacidad en la normativa autonómica española" (2007), "El derecho al ocio de las personas con discapacidad" (1997) written joinlty with Gorbeña and González, and "Ocio, Inclusión y Discapacidad" (2004) and "OcioGune Ocio y Valores: un horizonte de cambio, choque e innovación. Comunicaciones". (2010) jointly with Makua.
 

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 Idurre Lazcano Quintana

Idurre Lazcano Quintana
PhD in Leisure and Human Potential, University of Deusto:
ilazkano@deusto.es Ext. 2782

Desde el año 2000 es investigadora en el Instituto de Estudios de Ocio de la Universidad de Deusto. Miembro del equipo Oficial de Investigación de Gobierno Vasco sobre Ocio y Desarrollo Humano (Categoría A-Ref. IT 587) desde su reconocimiento en 2009. Ha participado en más de 70 proyectos de investigación, entre estos más de 10 competitivos y 29 como investigadora principal. Acreditada por la Agencia de Evaluación de la Calidad y Acreditación del Sistema Universitario Vasco (Unibasq) como Personal Doctor Investigador. Cuenta con un sexenio vivo de investigación.Es co-autora de distintas monografías y una treintena de capítulos de libro y artículos en revistas científicas y especializadas. Es miembro del comité de redacción de la Revista Contextos Educativos (Emerging Sources Citation Index). Forma parte del claustro de distintos postgrados oficiales (U. Deusto, U. Granada…), así como del programa de Doctorado en Ocio, Cultura y Comunicación (U. Deusto), en el que ha sido directora de cinco tesis defendidas, encontrándose en la actualidad dirigiendo otras tres. Ha impartido docencia como profesora visitante en varias universidades en Latino América (Honduras; Ecuador; Brasil; Uruguay…).Desde el curso 2014-2015 es Directora del Máster Universitario en Dirección de Proyectos de Ocio. Desde 2005 coordinadora académica de trabajos fin de máster, habiendo turorizado desde 2001 más de 60 trabajos.Su área de conocimiento se centra en el ocio de la juventud, los espacios y la participación ciudadana.
 

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 MJesus monteagudo

María Jesús Monteagudo Sánchez
PhD in Leisure and Human Potential
mjmonte@deusto.es Ext. 2862

BA in Psychology, University of Deusto. She has been a member of the Institute of Leisure Studies since 1992, where she has worked in the documentation and research area. She is currently a lecturer on the Master’s in Leisure Project Management and the Master’s in Congress, Event and Trade Fair Management at this same Institute. She is Director of Postgraduate Programmes at the Institute of Leisure Studies. Her specialist areas include leisure research, in general, and sport, in particular, from a psychosociological perspective. She has especially focused on the sport and leisure pathways and on leisure benefits and barriers. Her focus groups include childhood, youth and women. She has written and participated in numerous publications. Her latest contributions include the publication of several books: El ocio en la investigación actual: una lectura desde ámbitos, disciplinas, grupos de población y contextos geográficos (2007) and La experiencia de ocio: una mirada científica desde los Estudios de Ocio (2008), as part of the Colección de Documentos de Estudios de Ocio of the University of Deusto. She is deputy director of ADOZ. Revista de Estudios de Ocio, a quarterly publication that was born in 1994 with the aim of disseminating the existing knowledge on the leisure phenomenon and its fields (culture, tourism, sport and recreation) among the scientific community. She is a member of the Spanish Association of Social Research Applied to Sport (AEISAD), of the OcioGune Research Team Network and OTIUM: Ibero-American Leisure Studies Association.

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