Mª JESÚS GODOY DOMÍNGUEZ received her doctorate degree in Philosophy at the University of Seville, where she is a professor in the Aesthetics area in the same University. Her varied teaching methods in the Bachelor and Postgraduate studies programs, are across the Faculty of Communication, Geography and History, Fine Arts, and the International Centre of the University of Seville. She is a member of the research group "Aesthetics and the Theory of Arts" ("Estética y Teoría de las Artes") (HUM-345). She has published works such as: "La mujer en el arte: una contralectura de la modernidad" (Granada, 2007) and "Imagen artística, imagen de consumo: claves estéticas para un estudio del discurso mediático" (Barcelona, 2009). The latter is cowritten with professor Emilio Rosales. She has also written several articles and book chapters about contemporary aesthetics, images and mass culture, art and gender studies and affection aesthetics. Among the most recent articles are: “Midcult y arte de masas en la sociedad contemporánea” in Daimon, Revista Internacional de Filosofía (Philosophy International magazine) (2017), “La condición sacra del desacralizado arte contemporáneo” en Aisthesis, and Revista chilena de investigaciones estéticas ("Chilean magazine of aesthetics researchers") (2016).