Doctoral Candidate in Communication at the University of Huelva and Erasmus University Rotterdam (Joint PhD). Her research explores the mediated representations of immigration on social media platforms. She has received awards at the local and European levels for her research on migratory narratives and content creation practices on Instagram and TikTok. She is a Key Regional Leader of the TikTok Cultures Research Network  and she is part of FemLab (Feminist Approaches to Labour Collectives). Daniela currently collaborates with various research projects.  


Discussant in Panel: Migrant worlds in the digital era: The repertoires and politics of (dis)connecting

Charles Martin-Shields, Amanda Paz-Alencar, Earvin Cabalquinto, Koen Leurs

IMISCOE (International Migration, Integration, Social Cohesion in Europe)

#Migrantes on TikTok: Exploring Platformed Belongings

Daniela Jaramillo-Dent, Amanda Alencar, Yan Asadchy

International Journal of Communication (In Press), Special Issue on Precarious Migrants in a Sharing Economy: Collective Action, Organizational Communication, and Digital Technologies .

Right-wing immigration narratives in Spain: A study of persuasion on Instagram Stories

Daniela Jaramillo-Dent, Paloma Contreras-Pulido, Amor Pérez-Rodríguez

European Journal of Communication

Immigrant influencers on TikTok: Diverse microcelebrity profiles and algorithmic (in)visibility

Daniela Jaramillo-Dent, Paloma Contreras-Pulido, María Amor Pérez-Rodríguez

Media and Communication (In Press)

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UNHCR Digital Leisure

Prioritizing digital leisure in refugee contexts

The Media Competence of Instatubers

Instagramers and youtubers for the transmedia empowerment of Andalusian citizens.

Media in Action

Media in Action is a project in educator training in media literacy and storytelling.



#En Red

Interview about R+D projects on Yougrammers and Instatubers

Huelva Información

Interview about our book and MiriadaX MOOC


Interview on RTVE about our Book Instagramming