Ángel Mateos-Aparicio Martín-Albo is Assistant Professor of English language and literature at the University of Castilla-La Mancha (Ciudad Real, Spain). His main research interests are at the intersection of science fiction, mainstream postmodern literature, and postmodern culture. He has been a member of several research projects, such as Las fronteras de la hospitalidad en los estudios culturales de EE.UU. y Europa (SA342U14) and Cuerpos y textuales: Representaciones del cuerpo y género en la literatura y el cine anglo-norteamericanos (GE20112084). Among his recent publications are the book chapters “Popularizing Postmodern Utopian Thinking in Science Fiction Film: Matrix, V for Vendetta, In Time and Verbo,” in María del Mar Ramón Torrijos and Eduardo de Gregorio-Godeo (eds.), Making Sense of Popular Culture (2017), “Perfect Cities, Permanent Hells: The Ideological Coordinates of Urban Space in Postmodern Science Fiction,” in David Walton y Juan Suárez (eds.), Borders, Networks, Escape Lines: Contemporary Writing and the Politics of Space (2017), and “The Cyborg and the Representation of Masculinity and Femininity in the American Science Fiction Literature and Film of the 1980s”, in José María Armengol (ed), Embodying Masculinities: Towards a History of the Male Body in U.S. Culture and Literature (2013).