Membre du personnel




Angélique Ibáñez Aristondo is a Marie Curie C2W postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Namur. Her postdoctoral project examines the links between colonialism and the history of gender-based violence, currently focusing on Senegal across the interwar period. She is a member of the PaTHs research centre at the University of Namur with secondments at the IFAN (Dakar, Senegal) and CNRS (Paris, France). 

Ibáñez Aristondo's doctoral research retraced the impact of the First World War on perceptions of gender-based violence and sexual consent in French culture and literature (City University of New York, 2022). She has presented and published elements stemming from this research in peer-reviewed journals, conferences, workshops, invited talks, and has been working towards publishing her first monograph in 2024. Ibáñez Aristondo has also been involved in a variety of collaborative projects. At the City University of New York, she launched and led a digital resource and workshops specialising in pedagogy in higher education. She currently facilitates an interdisciplinary working group on gender at the University of Namur. 

Previously, Angélique Ibáñez Aristondo worked as a teacher, freelance journalist, and news editor in New York, Paris, Lyon, and Philadelphia. And before all of that, she was a lower-income first-generation high school and college student who graduated in Philosophy and Media Studies while working as a waitress, salesperson, and more.

Domaines d'expertises

  • Narratives of gender-based violence and sexual consent across time and place; 
  • History of gender, France, Senegal and West Africa; 
  • History and memory of conflicts (World War One, colonialism); 
  • French and Francophone studies (19th, 20th and 21st century); 
  • Imperial, colonial, and postcolonial history; 
  • Media studies, Legal History; 
  • Pedagogy in Higher Education