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Dr Tomeu Sales Gelabert

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Dr Tomeu Sales Gelabert
Tenure-track contract Lecturer with a PhD
Moral Philosophy
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    Dr Tomeu Sales Gelabert

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    Curriculum

    Brief CV

    Sales Tomeu Gelabert, Assistant professor on Moral and Political Philosophy at the University of the Balearic Islands; Ph.D. in Philosophy. University of the Balearic Islands, 2009, Modernity, politics and globalization. The social and political theory of Ulrich Beck. He has taught in the Bachelor and the Degree of Philosophy.

    Doctor of Humanities and Social Sciences at the UIB (2009) with the thesis: Modernity, politics and globalization. The social and political theory of Ulrich Beck (excellent cum laude). Master in Cognition and Human Evolution by UIB (2007). Diploma of Advanced Studies in moral and political philosophy by UIB (DEA, 2006). Degree in Philosophy by UIB (1998-2003), Studies in Political Science at UNED (2000-2003).

    He has enjoyed a FPI research grant from the Ministry of Education and Science (2005-2009). As part of the scholarship he developed a research staying at the Ludwig Maximinials Universität München (April- August 2007), under the direction of Prof. Ulrich Beck.

    Member of the Research Group on Politics, Work and Sustainability (PTS) of the Department of Philosophy and Social Work at UIB, directed by Prof. Bernat Riutort. Participated as a research in I+D+I Projects: Globalization, democratic legitimacy and sustainability: the crisis of the welfare state, changes in the working society and consequences of modernity (2004-2007); Social and political transformations in the Western Mediterranean : citizenship , migration and recognition (2008-2009). Currently: Researcher in the project: Women's Europe. Political construction and new forms of citizenship. Project of USC, directed by María Xosé Agra, funded by the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (FFI2012-33557).
    He has participated in several international, national and regional conferences as speaker. He has developed his professional career as a professor of philosophy in high school from 2009 to 2014 (IES Pau Casesnoves, Sa Pobla and Alcúdia).

    Among his most important publications include: «Individualismo Institucionalizado y subpolítica, ¿Los ciudadanos del s. XXI?» a, Indagaciones sobre la ciudadanía, Icaria, Barcelona, 2007; «Modernidad, riesgo indeterminado y democracia», en Laguna. Revista de Filosofía, Universidad de la Laguna, Tenerife, 2008; «Los límites de la ciudadanía europea: Estado-Nación, globalización y Unión Europea» a, RIPS, Revista Investigaciones Políticas y Sociales, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, 2009; «El realismo crítico de Danilo Zolo» en, Astrolabio. Revista Internacional de Filosofía, Universidad de Barcelona, Barcelona, 2009; «Europa Cosmopolita; una identidad para la era global» a, Nájera, E., Pérez, F. M., La Filosofía y la identidad europea, Pre-textos, Valencia, 2010; «Relaciones de poder, democracia y cosmopolitismo» a, Comes, M., Aguiló, A., Sales, T., Globalització; Visions crítiques, Universidad de las Islas Baleares, Palma de Mallorca, 2010; «Feminismo, democracia y ciudadanía; de la crítica a la democracia patriarcal a la política democrática radical» a,Astrolabio. Revista Internacional de Filosofía, nº15, 2013, pp. 72-79; «Ciudadanía y cuidados; apuntes para una política feminista democrática» a, Daimon. Revista internacional de Filosofía, nº63, 2014, 159-174.

    Teaching

    Office Hours

    Lecturer Tutorial Times
    Start Date End Date Day Start Time End Time Location
    02/09/2019 23/07/2020 Thursday 12.00 14.00 BB14

    Subjects taught. Academic Year 2020-21

    Subjects taught
    Subject Degree/campus
    20929 - Final Degree Project
    20933 - Gender and Society
    20904 - Political Ideas
    11212 - Applied ethics
    11215 - Master's Thesis

    Teaching, 5 previous years

    Subject Degree
    11212 - Applied ethics
    11213 - Ethics and politics of advanced modernity
    20904 - Political Ideas
    20910 - Contemporary Social Theory
    20917 - Human Values and Cognition
    20929 - Final Degree Project
    20931 - Citizenship and Human Rights
    20933 - Gender and Society

    Research

    Research groups

    Group Membership type
    Practical Philosophy Research Group (PRAXIS) Member
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