Diana Roig-Sanz is a Ramón y Cajal senior research fellow at the Open University of Catalonia and a Visiting Scholar at the Oxford Internet Institute. Her research interests have to do with sociology of translation and cultural history from a global, network science and digital humanities approach. She is the principal investigator of the MapModern project (https://mapmodern.wordpress.com/) and the coordinator of GlobaLS-Global Literary Studies Research Group. Her publications include Bourdieu after Bourdieu (Arco Libros, 2014), Literary Translation in ‘Peripheral’ Cultures. Customs Officers or Smugglers? (Palgrave, 2018, co-edited with Reine Meylaerts), Mapping Global Literary Translation Flows. Literature Across Boundaries (in preparation for John Benjamins) and Politics of the Spirit. Networks and Agents in the Institutionalization of Hispanic Culture (co-edited with Jaume Subirana).