Claudia Chibici-Revneanu (Austria, 1978) is Professor of Gender and Intercultural Development at the Escuela Nacional de Estudios Superiores (ENES, UNAM) in León, Mexico. She holds a PhD in Cultural Policy Studies from the University of Warwick and is a member of the Mexican research program SNI. In 2017 she received the UNAM’s prestigious Sor Juana Inés de Cruz award for women in academia. Her research focuses primarily on gender, music and cultural policy. As a mezzo-soprano, she has given more than 30 conference-concerts on women composers in universities and cultural centres around Mexico. She has published two novels, as well as book chapters and academic articles in international imprints and journals. Recent publications include “Migrating towards growth and oblivion? A contextual account of the lives and work of Spanish-Mexican composers María Teresa Prieto and Emiliana de Zubeldía.” (2020) and “Chasing María Teresa Lara – An Autoethnographic Account of Trying to Recuperate the Story of a ‘Lost’ Woman Composer” (2021) The Routledge Handbook of Women’s Work in Music.